Thursday, July 2, 2020
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MRI scan used for heart disease could also pick out aggressive...

A type of smart MRI scan used in people with heart disease could help assess whether children's cancers are especially aggressive and spot early...

Protecting natural forest in oil palm plantations crucial for conservation

Forest conservation areas in oil palm plantations play a vital role in storing carbon and boosting rainforest biodiversity, a new study on...

First egg from Antarctica is big and might belong to an...

In 2011, Chilean scientists discovered a mysterious fossil in Antarctica that looked like a deflated football. For nearly a decade, the specimen...

Wearable patch may provide new treatment option for skin cancer

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Conventional melanoma therapies, including chemotherapy and radiotherapy, suffer from the toxicity and side effects of repeated treatments due...

Most people accessing USC COVID-19 patient self-assessment tool report mild symptoms

Of the more than 275,000 people worldwide who accessed a USC web-based COVID-19 patient self-assessment tool, only 20 percent reported severe symptoms requiring immediate...

Scientists unravel the evolution and relationships for all European butterflies in...

For the first time, a complete time-calibrated phylogeny for a large group of invertebrates is published for an entire continent. In a...

Genetics could help diagnose diabetes in Indians, study shows

Genetics could help diagnose diabetes in Indians, study showsA new way of using genetics to diagnose diabetes could pave the way for better diagnosis...

Plant cell gatekeepers’ diversity could be key to better crops

Scientists have shed new light on how the network of gatekeepers that controls the traffic in and out of plant cells works,...

A new character for Poku00e9mon? Novel endemic dogfish shark species discovered...

Newly discovered creatures can often be as impressive and exciting as the ones from the Japanese movies and shows. Many of those...

Scientists lament ‘Humpty Dumpty’ effect on world’s spectacular, rare wildlife

Some of the world's largest, most spectacular and unheralded mammals are silently slipping away, species like Tibetan wild yaks and Patagonia's huemul,...