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How a genetic locus protects adult blood-forming stem cells

KANSAS CITY, MO--A particular location in DNA, called the Dlk1-Gtl2 locus, plays a critical role in protecting hematopoietic, or blood-forming, stem cells--a discovery revealing a critical role of metabolic control in adult stem cells,...Show More Summary

'Material universe' yields surprising new particle

An international team of researchers has predicted the existence of a new type of particle called the type-II Weyl fermion in metallic materials. The discovery suggests a range of potential applications, from low-energy devices to efficient transistors.

Grab Your Luggage For Franchise Discovery Day

The day you travel to franchise headquarters – for a visit, is a big one. It’s when the rubber will meet the road. It’s when you’ll experience a sense of excitement and at the same time, a sense of doom.   Real fear will set in. Normal fear. So, are you ready to grab your […] The post Grab Your Luggage For Franchise Discovery Day appeared first on The Franchise King®.

Discovery could open door to frozen preservation of tissues, whole organs

CORVALLIS, Ore. - Researchers in the College of Engineering at Oregon State University have discovered a new approach to "vitrification," or ice-free cryopreservation, that could ultimately allow a much wider use of extreme cold to preserve...Show More Summary

Tolerability Index: This week we’re barely putting up with Black Friday

A guide to what we’re barely putting up with this week. The return of Investigation Discovery’s least tawdry program, A Crime To Remember. It’s like Mad Men, if Mad Men was made by the same network that brought you Swamp Murders and Evil Twins. Show More Summary

Scientists Slam Lamar Smith's NOAA Witch-Hunt

Yesterday, some Christians of the literalist variety got their Twitter knickers in a twist over a Google doodle celebrating the 41st anniversary of the discovery of the Lucy fossil. You...

Osteoarthritis Finding Sheds New Light on HA Injection Controversy

A discovery by Cornell University bioengineers is shedding new light on the controversy surrounding a common treatment for osteoarthritis that has divided the medical community over its effectiveness.

This week has demonstrated that dabbing with the limited flexibility of an older person makes it look like you're just very sick

Everyone is dabbing now! Including a lot of, well, older folks, which has led to an important discovery: the dabbing efforts of older people look instead like signs of possibly severe illness. For example: Roy Williams: Roy Williams dabbing after the win = awesome. Show More Summary

Scientists identify promising new melanoma drug

La Jolla, Calif., 22, 2015 - A new drug discovered by scientists at Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute (SBP) may show promise for treating skin cancers that are resistant or unresponsive to today's leading therapies. In...Show More Summary

'RHOA' Star Kim Fields: 'I've Lost Myself'

Kim Fields made a discovery upon joining The Real Housewives of Atlanta. The former Facts of Life star openly admitted she has lost herself while becoming a mom and didn't realize it until her conversation with Phaedra Parks.

NATO's Dirty Secret: Why the Alliance Abhors Russian Involvement in Syria

NATO's defense of Turkey, after it shot down a Russian jet which was fighting terrorism, is testament to the fear in the alliance that Moscow's involvement in the fight against the Islamic State in Syria will lead to the discovery of Turkey's links to the terrorist organization, the German press wrote on Wednesday.

Vine Adds New Discovery Tools – The Next Big Thing?

Twitter-owned video platform Vine has introduced a raft of new features this year, all of which have added to the user experience. And as it's slowly and quietly grown, Vine has established a place within the wider social space, and could, possibly, be positioned to be the next big platform. Don't believe me? The numbers may tell the story. 

Fundamentalist Christians Outraged By Google Evolution Doodle

Google’s image celebrating scientific discovery is outraging some Christians. On Nov. 24, Google celebrated the 41st anniversary of the archeological discovery of “Lucy,” a fossil from 3.2 million years ago. The web giant posted an evolutionary doodle of the March of Progress, which signifies 25 million years of evolutionary development. Show More Summary

Art of War and Peace

Los Angeles' art scene continues to burst with high profile museum and gallery exhibitions. But today, I want to share with you a few intriguing and delightful discoveries I made somewhat off the beaten path. At Manhattan Beach Art Center,...Show More Summary

Vine launches on Apple Watch, adds new content discovery features for iPhone

Vine on Tuesday released a long-awaited extension of their popular app for Apple Watch, and added a new feature to its iOS app designed to make it easier to surface new content quickly.

$5,000 Reward Offered for Help Nabbing Person Who Sealed Puppies Inside Aquarium

A Hinds County resident made a shocking discovery while walking by a creek near Clinton Tinnin Road on November 18: Two puppies had been sealed inside a glass aquarium,... The post $5,000 Reward Offered for Help Nabbing Person Who Sealed Puppies Inside Aquarium appeared first on PETA.

Supermicro with Greenlow Motherboards at SuperComputing 15

One of the bigger shakeups of the Xeon ecosystem of late is the recent discovery that Intel will be severing the few ties that the Xeon family of processors from the consumer arm of the company. While it is still fundamentally the same...Show More Summary

New Reality TV From TLC and the NRA: Baby's Got a Gun

(I just received this press release from a PR flack at TLC. A new reality show about America's armed and dangerous toddlers? WTF?? Is this for real?!?) WASHINGTON, DC. Nov. 23, 2015 / PRNewswire -- Discovery Communications announcedShow More Summary

I Love Lucy: Google Doodle Celebrates Discovery Of World-Famous Human Ancestor

Today's Google doodle celebrates Lucy, one of the most famous hominin ancestors. The doodle becomes one of the few illustrations of human evolution that focuses on females.

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