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Does Everyone Have a Look-Alike?
Thanks to the limited number of genes available to make a human, there's a fairly decent chance that everyone has a look-alike. Of course, there are several nuances that can shift the likelihood of your doppelganger.
LiveScience.com, Sat, 05 Sep 2015 13:30:37 GMT

The Rare and Exotic Animals of Russia's Far East (Photos)
The Russian Far East hosts some of the world's most exotic creatures, many represented by just a few hundred remaining animals that exist nowhere else.
LiveScience.com, Sat, 05 Sep 2015 13:30:37 GMT

An Arachnid Dracula? Rare, Red-Fanged Spider Is Uncovered
A one-of-a-kind spider from Down Under looks more like a Transylvania transplant than an Aussie, thanks to its red fangs.
LiveScience.com, Sat, 05 Sep 2015 13:30:37 GMT

'Snail's pace' row at climate talks
UN climate officials have reacted sharply to criticism that the talks to land a new global deal are going at a "snail's pace".
BBC News - Science & Environment, Sat, 05 Sep 2015 14:11:29 GMT

Gravity quest set to go into orbit
Lisa Pathfinder is a fundamental physics experiment that will test the technology needed to detect gravitational waves - what are sometimes referred to as ripples in the curvature of space-time.
BBC News - Science & Environment, Sat, 05 Sep 2015 14:11:29 GMT

Science and maths 'vital for adults'
Adults who lack basic science and maths skills risk being "bamboozled" and making bad decisions, according to a leading scientist.
BBC News - Science & Environment, Sat, 05 Sep 2015 14:11:29 GMT

Mitochondrial function changes as we age
(Phys.org)窶尿 new study finds that age-related onset of type 2 diabetes and impaired glucose tolerance may be due to the lowered ability of muscle mitochondria to switch from metabolizing fatty acids to metabolizing glucose in healthy elderly people compared to young people. The study was reported in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Medical Xpress - latest medical and health news stories, Sat, 05 Sep 2015 13:39:08 GMT

Common antidepressant sertraline may change brain structures
A commonly prescribed antidepressant may alter brain structures in depressed and non-depressed individuals in very different ways, according to new research at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.
Medical Xpress - latest medical and health news stories, Sat, 05 Sep 2015 13:39:08 GMT

Highly effective seasickness treatment on the horizon
The misery of motion sickness could be ended within five to ten years thanks to a new treatment being developed by scientists.
Medical Xpress - latest medical and health news stories, Sat, 05 Sep 2015 13:39:08 GMT

Fortifying computer chips for space travel
Space is cold, dark, and lonely. Deadly, too, if any one of a million things goes wrong on your spaceship. It's certainly no place for a computer chip to fail, which can happen due to the abundance of radiation bombarding a craft. Worse, ever-shrinking components on microprocessors make computers more prone to damage from high-energy radiation like protons from the sun or cosmic rays from beyond our galaxy.
Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily, Sat, 05 Sep 2015 14:11:29 GMT

New nanomaterial maintains conductivity in three dimensions
An international team of scientists has developed a one-step process for making seamless carbon-based nanomaterials that possess superior thermal, electrical and mechanical properties in three dimensions.
Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily, Sat, 05 Sep 2015 14:11:29 GMT

New medical device concept could reduce time to diagnose infections
When a patient arrives at a hospital with a serious infection, doctors have precious few minutes to make an accurate diagnosis and prescribe treatment accordingly. A new diagnostic device may significantly reduce the amount of time necessary to diagnose tissue infections.
Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily, Sat, 05 Sep 2015 14:11:29 GMT

Chimp attacks drone with stick, wins
The incident at a Dutch zoo deツュmonツュstrates an abツュility to both plan ahead and use tools, reツュsearchツュers say.
World Science, Sat, 05 Sep 2015 13:30:38 GMT

Sex buyers, sexually aggressive men often the same people, study finds
The study authテつュors say their findテつュings should give pause to adテつュvocテつュates of legalテつュization.
World Science, Sat, 05 Sep 2015 13:30:38 GMT

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