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ScienceNews | Research: Stinging Cells of Jellyfish Hold Clues to Biodiversity

Washington [US], May 21 (ANI): According to a new Cornell research, Cnidocytes, also known as stinging cells are characteristics of Corals and Jellyfish. It makes us cautious of our feet while wading in the sea, are also a magnificent model for a better understanding of the emergence of new cell types. In new research published […]

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African scientists baffled by monkeypox cases in Europe, US

LONDON (AP) — Scientists who have monitored numerous outbreaks of monkeypox in Africa say they are baffled by the disease’s recent spread in Europe and North America. Cases of the smallpox-related disease have previously been seen only among people with links to central and West Africa. But in the past week, Britain, Spain, Portugal, Italy, […]

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Classroom Winners of Learning AZ Donation Drive in Collaboration with UNICEF Kid Power® Announced

Students Donate More Than 1M Days of Clean Water and 100k Healthy Meals to Families in Need TUCSON, Ariz., May 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Learning AZ®, a Cambium Learning Group company, announced the winners of its Spring 2022 Student Donation Challenge, held in collaboration with UNICEF Kid Power®, a program of UNICEF USES. Taylor […]

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A ‘mystery monkey’ in Borneo may be a rare, worrisome hybrid

Six years ago, tour guide Brenden Miles was traveling down the Kinabatangan River in the Malaysian part of Borneo, when he spotted an odd-looking primate he had never seen before. I have snapped a few pictures of the strange monkey and, on reaching home, checked his images of him. “At first, I thought it could […]

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Full Sail University and 2022 Special Olympics USA Games Collaborate to host the First Ever 2022 USA Games Unified Esports Invitational

WINTER PARKFla. , May 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Full Sail University is honored to announce in collaboration with the 2022 Special Olympics USES Games global broadcast partner ESPN, it will fully produce the first ever 2022 Special Olympics USES Games Unified Esports Invitational on Tuesday, June 7, 2022. Taking place at the university’s on-campus esports […]

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Why it’s so hard for a one-hit wonder to have a lasting music career

It’s hard to predict which songs will become hits. It’s even more difficult to predict which artists topping today’s charts will go on to record more hits and who will see their fame fizzle out. Now an extensive study of the pop charts provides some tips about how to avoid being a one-hit wonder. Artists […]

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Build scientific talent in the Global South to prevent future health crises

There’s a clamor around the world to return to the pre-pandemic “normal.” In reality, though, a reset to the fall of 2019 is out of the question. Leaders at all levels, all around the globe, must apply the painful lessons learned these past three years. And that means fundamentally shifting the world’s approach to many […]

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Community Newsletter: Hormonal gene regulation, gene-disease links, INSAR | spectrum

Illustration by Laurene Boglio Autism researchers were atwitter this week over a “magnum opus on hormonal regulation of gene expression in the brain”published in Nature. “Our findings have significant implications for how sex differences are considered,” tweeted lead investigator Jessica Tollkuhn, assistant professor of neuroscience at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in New York. Thrilled to […]

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Does presenting credibility labels of journalistic sources affect news consumption? New study finds limited effects — ScienceDaily

Labeling the credibility of information sources does not shift the consumption of news away from low-quality sources or reduces belief in widely circulated inaccurate claims among average internet users, but providing an indicator of sources’ quality may improve the news diet quality of the heaviest consumers. of misinformation, shows a new study by New York […]

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Magnets made by soil bacteria offer hope for breast and prostate cancer | cancer research

Scientists are developing magnetically guided microscopic projectiles that can be injected into patients’ blood to attack breast, prostate and other tumors. The project – led by researchers at Sheffield University – builds on progress in two key medical fields. The first involves viruses that specifically attack tumors. The second focuses on soil bacteria that manufacture […]

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