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Cultural awareness bridges the gap for Indigenous Australians

Police liaison officers (PLOs) might not carry guns or have the same powers as serving police officers, but their role in keeping the greater community safe is equally important. Hailing from a variety of ethnic backgrounds, PLOs are charged with ... ABC Online, 4 days ago

Rare frogs and the circle of life

The new insights on the life stages of a species of dancing frog in the Western Ghats reported in the journal PLoS One serve as a reminder, if any were needed, that key features of the rainforests are vital to the survival of less-known species. As a ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
Popsci.com.au

A Brain Atlas, Armor For Modern Day Jousting, And Other Amazing Images Of The Week

Peacock Feathers On Physics Roslyn Dakin/PLOS One To attract females, male peacocks not only display their array of beautiful feathers, but also vibrate them. The speed at which they do, researchers recently found, can enhance the display of ...
 Popsci.com.au1 day ago The Physics of Peacock Tail Feathers Is Even More Dazzling Than We Realized  Gizmodo3 days ago Shaking Your Tail Feathers Takes Physics  Scientific American1 day ago Male peacocks shake feathers to charm females  ProKerala.com3 days ago
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Science Recorder

Ancient carnivores feasted on early humans

Tooth-marks on a 500,000-year-old hominin femur bone found in a Moroccan cave. Image: C. Daujeard/PLOS ONE 143 SHARES Ancient carnivores may have hunted down and consumed early humans some 500,000 years ago, a recent study published in PLOS ...
 Science Recorder3 days ago Human Ancestors Used to be Snacks For Ice Age Predators  Gizmodo3 days ago Tooth-Marks on 500,000-Year-Old Bone Indicate Hominin Hunting/Scavenging by Large Carnivores  Sci-News.com1 day ago Large Carnivores May Have Eaten Ancient Hominins  Before It's News1 day ago
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Citizen.co.za

Common stomach bug costs planet $64 billion per year: study

Miami (AFP) The study by experts at Johns Hopkins University in Maryland was published in the journal PLOS ONE. You only seem to hear about it when people get sick on a cruise ship or at a restaurant, but norovirus is everywhere, said lead ...
 Citizen.co.za4 days ago Norovirus costs world $64B per year study  Manila Times3 days ago Norovirus Costs Over $60 Billion In Health Care And Lost Productivity Per Year  Tech Times4 days ago Worldwide human and economic costs of norovirus are huge  Before It's News4 days ago
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Bioscience Technology Online

The Checkup: How to Get the Benefits of a Long Workout in Just 1 Minute — Really!

gradyreese/iStock.com • Say goodbye to long workouts : A new study, published in PLOS One, found that men who completed a workout that consisted of just one minute of all-out exercise (10 minutes of movement total) three times a week saw the ...
 Philadelphia Magazine3 days ago One Minute of Intense Exercise May Equal 45 Minutes of Moderate Exercise  VOA News3 days ago The 1 minute workout: how to get fit in 60 seconds — McMaster study  CBC1 day ago Health Benefits from 1 Minute of Intense Exercise, Study Says  Bioscience Technology Online1 day ago
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ODT Mag

Differences in timing of stem cells turning into cartilage play major role in shaping the face

at 2:30 PM Timing is everything when it comes to the development of the vertebrate face. In a new study published in PLoS Genetics , USC Stem Cell researcher Lindsey Barske from the laboratory of Gage Crump and her colleagues identify the roles ...
 News-Medical.Net5 days ago USC Study Shows How Skeletal Stem Cells Form the Blueprint of the Face  ODT Mag1 day ago

C. elegans demonstrates distinct behaviors within a fixed and uniform electric field. Chrisman SD, Waite CB, Scoville AG, Carnell L in: PLoS One 2016; 11 (3): e0151320

By: Chrisman SD, Waite CB, Scoville AG, Carnell L Published in: PLoS One 2016; 11 (3): e0151320 ( full-text | PubMed | Journal website ) No general data is available for this article. Exposure: electric field , DC
 EMF-Portal2 days ago
Infection Control Today

Influenza in the Tropics Shows Variable Seasonality

This map illustrates distinct peaks of influenza activity. Courtesy of Hirve et al. PLOS One. While countries in the tropics and subtropics exhibit diverse patterns of seasonal flu activity, they can be grouped into eight geographical zones to ...
 Infection Control Today3 days ago Flu Scan for Apr 28, 2016  Centre For Infectious Disease Research and Policy2 days ago Study shows tropics, subtropics exhibit complex patterns of seasonal flu activity  News-Medical.Net2 days ago
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Child Homicide - Speaking of the Unspeakable

New estimates published in PLOS Medicine suggest that homicide could be responsible for just over 1% of all neonatal deaths in South Africa. Together with other studies reporting on child homicide from other countries, these findings emphasize the ...
 ScienceNewsline4 days ago Child homicide -- speaking of the unspeakable  EurekAlert!4 days ago
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