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3-D Galaxy-mapping project enters construction phase
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IMAGE: This is a view of the ProtoDESI setup during assembly at Berkeley Lab, with the underside of the robotic fiber-positioners visible at left. ProtoDESI is now installed at the 4-meter… view more. Credit: Paul Mueller/Berkeley Lab. A 3-D sky

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FDA commissioner discusses future of cardiovascular medicine
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Advances in technology coupled with an increased use of social media and personal devices could offer new possibilities for treating patients and improving outcomes, but the new approaches must be rigorously evaluated, according to a column by Food and …

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IMAGE: Josh Zimmerman, Ph.D., (right) and Todd McDevitt, Ph.D., discovered a biomaterials hack that can boost cells' ability to combat inflammation and potentially treat autoimmune diseases. view more. Credit: [Credit: Elisabeth Fall]. SAN FRANCISCO …

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Zoo releases last summer batch of threatened butterflies
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In this photo provided by The Oregon Zoo, a newly emerged Oregon silverspot butterfly alights in a meadow atop Mount Hebo, Ore., Aug. 3, 2016. Conservationists released the last of the summer's Oregon Zoo-reared silverspots in an attempt to boost the …

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Researchers ask public for old photos of Lake Tahoe algae
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In this Aug. 2014 photo, algae growing along the south shore of Lake Tahoe is seen at Regan Beach in South Lake Tahoe, Calif. The UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center is seeking personal photographs of shore-side algae in past decades to …

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Self-cleaning, anti-reflective, microorganism-resistant coatings
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Coatings or paints are materials applied to different surfaces basically for decorative and protective purposes. Yet today the market for these materials is being subjected to increasingly tougher specifications. In addition to being decorative and

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Idaho man finds mammoth tusk while digging on his property
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PRESTON, Idaho (AP) — An Idaho man stumbled upon a rare find while digging in a gravel pit on his property. Kasey Keller of Preston tells KIFI-TV (http://bit.ly/2aDYFrT ) that at first he thought he'd found a plastic pipe, then petrified wood. But

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NOvA shines new light on how neutrinos behave
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Scientists from the NOvA collaboration have announced an exciting new result that could improve our understanding of the behavior of neutrinos. Neutrinos have previously been detected in three types, called flavors – muon, tau and electron. They also
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