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Researchers study browser game community to understand wealth
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Researchers study browser game community to understand wealth

The researchers, whose study was published in the online journal PloS One, state that in a world where 1% of the population owns 50% of the assets, and the top 10% own about 86%, understanding what leads to wealth is important. By using the science ... Times Live South Africa, 6 days ago
The effect of serotonin on sensitivity to pain Medical News Today, 6 days ago
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New study proves that dogs are capable of feeling jealous

Dogs are capable of feeling a basic form of jealousy, according to a study published in the PLOS ONE scientific journal. The post New study proves that dogs are capable of feeling jealous appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com1 month ago Just as you suspected: Study proves dogs get jealous too  Washington Times6 days ago Dogs can get jealous too  Jagran Post1 month ago

IMTECH fake data case: US journal to keep watch on authors involved; doesn't blacklist

Chandigarh: After the recent retractions, the PLOS One journal has decided to minutely scrutinize the works of co-authors whose publications were withdrawn following fabrication of scientific data.
 Times of India1 month ago
MedIndia

Improving Child Health by Increasing Access to Sanitation in India Analyzed

Challenges in achieving sufficient access to latrines are highlighted in a study published in this week's PLOS Medicine on large-scale rural sanitation programs in India. The study also reveals that reduction in open defecation will yield ...
 MedIndia2 days ago Challenges ahead in improving child health by increasing access to sanitation in India  EurekAlert!5 days ago Oldest metal object in Middle East discovered in woman's grave  Sott.net1 week ago Why brash can be best: Overconfident people 'can fool others into thinking they are smarter than they really are'  Capital Bay1 day ago
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Boise State University Physicist Helps Unravel Mystery of Death Valleys Sailing Stones

PLOS ONE Newswise — Nestled high in the craggy mountains of Death Valley National Park, Racetrack Playa, a seasonally dry lake bed, is home to one of the longest-standing mysteries in
 Big News Network3 days ago Scientists may have solved the mystery of Death Valley's sailing stones  Washington Post4 days ago 'Sailing rocks' mystery of Death Valley solved  CBC2 days ago Sailing Stones Finally Filmed Cruising Death Valley Lake Bed  Softpedia2 days ago
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How Rabies Virus Hijacks Nerve Cell Transport System to Reach the Brain Identified

A new study published in the journal PLOS Pathogens has shed new light on how the rabies-causing virus hijacks the transport system in the nerve cells to quickly and efficiently reach the brain. Pathogens that travel in the blood can spread ...
 MedIndia2 days ago From bite site to brain: How rabies virus hijacks and speeds up transport in nerve cells  EurekAlert!3 days ago
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Spero Therapeutics Announces Publication in PLoS Pathogens Describing Potential Strategy for Combating Resistant Gram-Negative Bacteria

Spero Therapeutics, LLC, a biopharmaceutical company founded to develop novel therapies for treatment of bacterial infections, announced the publication of a paper available online today and in the August issue of the journal ...
 CEOWorld Magazine1 week ago
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Sott.net

Telepathically linked: Scientist transmits message into the mind of a colleague 5,000 miles away using brain waves

PLoS ONE The researchers used electroencephalography (EEG) headsets which recorded electrical activity from neurons firing in the brain to convert the words hola and ciao into binary. In EEG, electrical currents in the brain are linked with ...
 Sott.net22 hours ago From Kerala to France: Brainwaves emailed  Times of India1 day ago Mind over matter: Scientists find way to email brainwave  Pune Mirror2 days ago

NASA Spaceline Current Awareness List Current Awareness List #613 29 August 2014

Mice in Bion-M 1 space mission: Training and selection. PLoS One. 2014 Aug 18;9(8):e104830. Note: Bion-M 1 results. This article may be obtained online
 SpaceRef2 days ago
Softpedia

Wolves Can Catch Yawning from One Another

A recent paper in the journal PLOS ONE argues that, according to evidence at hand, wolves can easily catch yawning from one another. In fact, it appears that yawning is surprisingly contagious in the case of these predators. After closely monitoring ...
 Softpedia2 days ago Yawning contagious in wolves too  NewKerala.com3 days ago
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