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How Prehistoric Elephants Gave Us Pumpkin Pie

Autumn is the season of the pumpkin and, according to a new study published in PNAS , we have prehistoric mammoths and mastodons to thank for our pumpkin pies, butternut squash soup and over-priced lattes. Or, more precisely, we have their ... Vocativ, 5 days ago

Correction for Choi et al., The SWI/SNF chromatin remodeling complex regulates germinal center formation by repressing Blimp-1 expression [Correction]

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Research Confirms ExxonMobil, Koch-funded Climate Denial Echo Chamber Polluted Mainstream Media

A new study published today in the Proceedings of the National Academies of Science (PNAS) shows that the climate denial echo chamber organizations funded by ExxonMobil and Koch family foundations produced misinformation that effectively
 EnvironmentGuru.com6 days ago Bolstering Case Against Exxon, New Study Confirms Vast Damage of Denial Campaign  Common Dreams5 days ago Las Vegas holds key to abrupt climate change  PhysOrg.com2 weeks ago

Perfluoroalkylchain conjugation as a new tactic for enhancing cell permeability of peptide nucleic acids (PNAs) via reducing the nanoparticle size

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What does two degrees Celsius global warming look like in Copenhagen?

[embedded content] The goal of the COP21 meeting in Paris is to limit global temperature rise to two degrees Celsius--the temperature threshold that should avert some of the most severe effects of climate change. But what does this number ...
 ScienceNordic4 hours ago COP21: What does two degrees Celsius global warming look like?  ScienceNordic1 hour ago

Loneliness linked to premature death

Video Isolation linked to earlier death Loneliness can increase the risk of premature death by 14 percent in older adults, according to a study published Monday that posits a physiological basis for the phenomenon. The dangers of social ...
 Countryman10 hours ago Feeling Lonely? This Can Be Dangerous For Your Health  Science World Report4 days ago Health risk of loneliness has physiological basis: study (7News)  Yahoo! News Australia1 day ago Loneliness linked to early death  Gulf Time UAE5 days ago

Siberian cold: Yakutian horses adapted to -70C Cold-adapted species survived Siberian extremes. From an evolutionary perspective, it happened almost overnight. In less than 800 years Yakutian horses adapted to the extremely cold temperatures found in the environments of ...
 Sott.net21 hours ago Adapting to -70C in Siberia: A tale of Yakutian horses  MyInforms6 days ago Adapting to -70 degrees in Siberia: A tale of Yakutian horses  EurekAlert!6 days ago

When every species counts

The relationship between biodiversity and ecosystem functioning greatly depends on the prevalent environmental conditions. An interdisciplinary team consisting of microbiologists and ecological modellers from the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental ...
 Terra Daily22 hours ago Every species counts  HealthMediciNet.com1 week ago The value of biodiversity is particularly high in poor environmental conditions  PhysOrg.com1 week ago Every species counts / The value of biodiversity is particularly high in poor environmental conditions  Alpha Galileo1 week ago

Mayo Clinic lobbies US panel to accept noninvasive colon cancer test

Market Technology We asked 4 Wall Street recruiters about the hottest trends in hiring Winter is coming to Wall Street. That means hiring is slowing down and the biggest banks are starting to think about their plans for next year. Business ...
 E-Servicis.com1 day ago Market - We asked 4 Wall Street recruiters about the hottest trends in hiring  E-Servicis.com1 day ago
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The Water Bear's Secret

Tiny tardigrades are amazing: the seemingly indestructible animals are the only ones known to survive the vacuum of space, and now researchers publishing in PNAS report one-sixth of their DNA comes from foreign organisms. Tardigrades, the ...
 Slate Magazine1 day ago Indestructible Water Bears Have a Genome That Is Seriously Weird  Gizmodo5 days ago
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