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Widespread vascular tumors, massive hemorrhage and death reported in mice.
Careful analysis shows seismometer noise includes signals from storms in the South Atlantic and 'footquakes' from soccer matches.
A study published this week says that dying young was not the reason Neanderthals went extinct, adding that that early modern humans had about the same life expectancy as their hairier kin.
Scientists have invented a way to â€˜watchâ€™ proteins fold â€” in less than thousandths of a second -- into the elaborate twisted shapes that determine their function.
An international team of physicists and neuroscientists has reported a breakthrough in magnetic resonance imaging that allows brain scans more than seven times faster than currently possible.
Experiments show that drilling mud that behaved more like quicksand and less like ketchup might have prevented the top-kill blowout.
Scientists have an ingenious explanation for the strange ridge belting Saturn's outermost moon, Iapetus.
It sounds a bit like spinning straw into gold, but novel metal catalysts may be able to turn greenhouse gases like methane and carbon dioxide into liquid fuels without producing more carbon waste in the process.
Decoding the DNA of a woman who died of acute myeloid leukemia (AML) has led researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis to a gene that they found to be commonly altered in many patients who died quickly of the disease.
Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St Louis have identified a gene linked to the spread of eye melanoma.
- A transitional zone between two communities containing the characteristic species of each.