The hidden order in DNA diffusion

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Spread the loveTweet IMAGE: A new single-molecule tracking method based on fluorescence molecular imaging revealed nonrandom motion of DNA molecules. view more  Credit: © KAUST Anastasia Khrenova A different approach to…


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Home blood pressure monitors inaccurate 70 percent of the time: Study

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Spread the loveTweet IMAGE: A study led by Jennifer Ringrose, assistant professor of medicine at the University of Alberta, examined dozens of home blood pressure monitors and found that most were…


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Retailers charging women more than men for common hair loss medication

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Spread the loveTweet IMAGE: This is Dr. Jules Lipoff. view more  Credit: Penn Medicine PHILADELPHIA – Women pay an average of 40 percent more than men for minoxidil foams – a…


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Clinical efficacy & future development of continuous glucose monitoring highlighted in DTT

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Spread the loveTweet IMAGE: Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics (DTT) is a monthly peer-reviewed journal that covers new technology and new products for the treatment, monitoring, diagnosis, and prevention of diabetes and…


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Mining cancer data for treatment clues

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Spread the loveTweet IMAGE: Galaxy Circos plot showing data produced from (A; at top) exome and transcriptome analysis of Mia PaCa2 cell line and (B; at bottom) transcriptome analysis of a…


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Waste not, want not

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Spread the loveTweet IMAGE: Dinner time! Late-season cattle diet, supplemented with distillers’ grains, provides vital protein and energy unavailable in typical forage grass across the south and southeast United States. view…


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How cells divide tasks and conquer work

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Spread the loveTweet IMAGE: Tatyana Sharpee provides a theoretical framework for understanding biological complexity. view more  Credit: Salk Institute LA JOLLA–(June 7, 2017) Despite advances in neuroscience, the brain is still…


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‘Charliecloud’ simplifies Big Data supercomputing

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Spread the loveTweet IMAGE: A streamlined code from Los Alamos National Laboratory scientists Reid Priedhorsky and Tim Randles aims to simplify supercomputer use. view more  Credit: Los Alamos National Laboratory LOS…


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Rising sea levels will boost moderate floods in some areas, severe floods in others

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Spread the loveTweet IMAGE: Researchers at Princeton and Rutgers universities found that sea-level rise will boost the number of moderate and severe coastal floods by different amounts based on the location…


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New technique enables 3-D printing with paste of silicone particles in water

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Spread the loveTweet IMAGE: New technique published in Advanced Materials shows the process of 3-D printing silicone rubber. view more  Credit: Orlin Velev, NC State University Using the principles behind the…


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