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A new study offers a detailed look at the status of Lyme disease in Central Illinois and suggests that deer ticks and the Lyme disease bacteria they host are more adaptable to new habitats than previously appreciated.
In a new study, researchers tested the claims of a Boston police officer who said he ran past a brutal police beating without seeing it.
The results of a two-year study released on Friday offers the first glimpse of the daily lives of feral and free-roaming house cats, capturing the roaming behavior of 42 owned and un-owned adult cats living in Illinois.
Bacterial infections really stink. And that could be the key to a fast diagnosis.
A new study in fruit flies offers a broad view of the potent and sometimes devastating molecular events that occur throughout the body as a result of methamphetamine exposure.
In two new studies, researchers provide the first detailed view of the elaborate chemical and mechanical interactions that allow the ribosome â€“ the cell's protein-building machinery â€“ to insert a growing protein into the cellular membrane.
Like any other newborn, the neonatal horse can be a challenging patient.
A new study louses up a popular theory of animal evolution and opens up the possibility that dinosaurs were early â€“ perhaps even the first â€“ animal hosts of lice.
Researchers have built a computer model of the crowded interior of a bacterial cell that â€“ in a test of its response to sugar in its environment â€“ accurately simulates the behavior of living cells.
URBANA, Ill., March 25, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Programmers with little or no exposure to parallelism have an opportunity to learn about multicore programming at the UPCRC Illinois Summer School to be held July 25-29, 2011 at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The week-long, intensive workshop will provide a solid foundation in the fundamentals of multicore programming, offer hands-on experience with the use of multicore languages and libraries, and introduce emerging...
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