Fairer finance could speed up net zero for Africa by a decade
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Fairer finance could speed up net zero for Africa by a decade

According to UCL researchers, increasing access to finance to enable poorer countries to afford renewable energy could lead to regions like Africa
MD Anderson research highlights for June 30, 2021
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MD Anderson research highlights for June 30, 2021

HOUSTON – The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center's Research Highlights gives a glimpse at recently published studies in clinical,
Repairing 'broken' hearts -- new promising surgical technique for heart attacks
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Repairing 'broken' hearts -- new promising surgical technique for heart attacks

Myocardial Infarction (MI) is a common condition that affects the heart. MI can be caused by problems with blood supply to certain parts of the
'Plugging in' to produce environmentally friendly bioplastics
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'Plugging in' to produce environmentally friendly bioplastics

According to a Texas A&M AgriLife Research scientist, bioplastics, which are biodegradable plastics that are made from biological substances, can
University of Cincinnati screening program contributes to increase in HIV diagnoses
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University of Cincinnati screening program contributes to increase in HIV diagnoses

A new study has shown that HIV was detected in Hamilton County by a screening program at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center Emergency
Genetic risks for nicotine dependence span a range of traits and diseases
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Genetic risks for nicotine dependence span a range of traits and diseases

While some people smoke cigarettes casually for a short time and then quit, others have a long-term habit of smoking several packs per day. This risk
Still Flowing at 14
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Still Flowing at 14

Jun 30, 2021 Last week, FlowingData celebrated 14 years of existence. Is it really that old? It's old. This site was created as a place to store
Polymers in meteorites provide clues to early solar system
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Polymers in meteorites provide clues to early solar system

Meteorites are tiny pieces of asteroids that do not have to experience high temperatures during their existence. These meteorites are a record of
Wildfire changes songbird plumage and testosterone
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Wildfire changes songbird plumage and testosterone

A tropical songbird can have her sex on ice by lighting fire. Researchers discovered that male red-backed fairywrens were less likely to mate after
Thinking in 3D improves mathematical skills
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Thinking in 3D improves mathematical skills

How well small children are able to spatially reason is a reflection of how well they will do in math later. This conclusion was reached by