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Mapping human disease: 'Not all pathoge...

For the first time, researchers have mapped human disease-causing pathogens, dividing the world into a number of regions where similar diseases occur. The findings show that the world can be separated into seven regions for vectored human diseases -- d...

Hate to diet? It could be very well wired

If you're finding it difficult to stick to a weight-loss diet, scientists say you can likely blame AGRP neurons -- hunger-sensitive cells in your brain. New experiments show these neurons are responsible for the unpleasant feelings of hunger that make ...

Emotion Can Shut Down High-Level Mental...

Psychologists at Bangor University believe that they have glimpsed for the first time, a process that takes place deep within our unconscious brain, where primal reactions interact with higher mental processes. Writing in theJournal of Neuroscience, th...

Chemical engineering is full of opportu...

By Eric Luchman You're just about to leave campus to visit some friends, when you notice your car's fuel gage is nearly on empty. You pull up to your local Quickie-Mart, pay the cashier and wait in your car while the fuel attendant puts a hydrogen ...

Important Step in NASA’s Endeavor to Re...

Important Step in NASA’s Endeavor to Rebuild America's Ability to Launch Crews to the International Space Station

Resetting the circadian clock: Shift wo...

Workers punching in for the graveyard shift may be better off not eating high-iron foods at night so they don’t disrupt the circadian clock in their livers. "Iron is like the dial that sets the timing of the clock," the lead researcher says. "Discove...

What is STEM Education?

What is STEM Education?

Modern physics; problems and solutions

Some of the major unsolved problems in physics are theoretical, meaning that existing theories seem incapable of explaining a certain observed phenomenon or experimental result. The others are experimental, meaning that there is a difficulty in creatin...

A look into Graphene the wonder materia...

By MILTON BERTRAND Graphene is the strongest, thinnest material known to exist today.  It is a form of carbon; it conducts heat and electricity better than any other materials. The property of Graphene is very impressive.  Graphene is not on...

Possible Hints of Higgs Boson Remain in...

Simulated production of a Higgs event in ATLAS. This track is an example of simulated data modeled for the ATLAS detector on the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. (Credit: Image courtesy of DOE/Brookhaven National Laboratory) Two experiments at the Large ...

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