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Which factors increase the risk for armed conflict and war?
The rules of school are simple: it is all about watching the kid nearest to you and making sure you do what they do.
Humans not only mated with the ancient Neanderthals, but according to a new study the East Asian population of the modern species may have also mated with a hominin species known as Denisovans that lived in Siberia 40,000 years ago.
The manuscript seems straight out of fiction: a strange handwritten message in abstract symbols and Roman letters meticulously covering 105 yellowing pages, hidden in the depths of an academic archive.
The earth's most successful bacteria are found in the oceans and belong to the group SAR11.
Our data indicate that the brain becomes hypersensitive to rewards when this co-signaling of glutamate and dopamine does not function.
Our understanding of what differentiates cancer cells from normal cells is limited by a lack of methods for studying the complex signal systems of individual cells.
A new, promising marker for diagnosing prostate cancer has been discovered by Uppsala researchers with the aid of a unique method developed at the Department of Immunology, Genetics and Pathology.
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