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Less fertilizer good news for the Great Barrier Reef James Cook University
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James Cook University researchers have shown a way to potentially halve the amount of fertiliser dairy farmers use while maintaining pasture yields, providing improved protection for the Great Barrier Reef. JCU's Dr Paul Nelson said nitrogen from

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Nottingham researchers show novel technique that can 'taste' DNA
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Scientists at The University of Nottingham have demonstrated for the first time that it is possible to selectively sequence fragments of DNA in real time, greatly reducing the time needed to analyse biological samples. A paper published today in the

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Researchers discover how honey bees 'telescope' their abdomens
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Honey bees are able to wiggle their abdomens in a variety of ways. Now new research published in the Journal of Insect Science shows how they are able to do it. In 2015, a team of researchers from Tsinghua University in Beijing used a high-speed camera …

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Hot news flash! Menopause, insomnia accelerate aging
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Two separate UCLA studies reveal that menopause and the insomnia that often accompanies it make women age faster. The dual findings, respectively published July 25 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences and Biological Psychiatry, …

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Induced labor not associated with risk for ASDs
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Inducing labor appears not to be associated with risk for autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) in offspring when siblings discordant for labor induction – induced vs. not induced births – were compared, according to an article published online by JAMA
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Self-healing textiles not only repair themselves, but can neutralize chemicals
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Someday, chemically protective suits made of fabric coated in self-healing, thin films may prevent farmers from exposure to organophosphate pesticides, soldiers from chemical or biological attacks in the field and factory workers from accidental

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WSU researchers 'watch' crystal structure change in real time
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PULLMAN, Wash.–Washington State University researchers have met the long-standing scientific challenge of watching a material change its crystal structure in real time. While exposing a sample of silicon to intense pressure–due to the impact of a

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