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Unraveling the crystal structure of a -70° Celsius superconductor, a world first

For the first time in the world, a research group led by Osaka University, Japan, clarified the crystal structure of hydrogen sulfide in its superconducting phase at the high temperature of -70°C. This was achieved by conducting a combination of experiments at one of the world's largest synchrotron radiation facilities, SPring-8 in Japan. Show More Summary

Resolving the 'Hispanic paradox'

A new paper co-authored by a UC Santa Barbara researcher reveals that Latinos age at a slower rate than other ethnic groups. The findings, published in the current issue of Genome Biology, may one day help scientists understand how to slow the aging process for everyone. read more

This company is turning car exhaust into inks and paints

For the past few years, teams of researchers have been figuring out how to transform carbon dioxide emissions into diamonds, solid rocks, and clean energy. Turns out they can also create art from it. Graviky Labs, a spinoff group from...Show More Summary

Simulation Suggests Self-Driving Vehicles Will Make 90% Of Urban Cars Redundant

A group of researchers at the Organization for Cooperation and Development recently took accumulated trip data for the city of Lisbon, Portugal, and utilized it for a simulation of the effects that self-driving vehicle technology (through the use of a fleet of self-driving taxis) could have on the city. Show More Summary

Pro-Clinton group takes a Donald Trump quote out of context

“You have to be wealthy in order to be great, I’m sorry to say it.” — Donald Trump, quoted in a new ad by Priorities USA  With the wealth of outrageous Trump statements available to opposition researchers, why would a pro-Hillary Clinton group push the envelope by taking a quote out of context? Beats us. […]

Logged rainforests can be an 'ark' for mammals, extensive study shows

Research reveals that large areas of 'degraded' forest in Southeast Asia can play an important role in conserving mammal diversity. Mammals can be one of the hardest-hit groups by habitat loss, and a lot of research has been carriedShow More Summary

World's most efficient AES crypto processing technology for IoT devices developed

Our research group has discovered a new technique for compressing the computations of encryption and decryption operations known as Galois field arithmetic operations, and has succeeded in developing the world's most efficient Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) cryptographic processing circuit, whose energy consumption is reduced by more than 50% of the current level.

New Research Uncovers Voters Who May Not Be Participating In Polls...And May Determine Election

Newly released research by Drs. Martin Block and Don Schultz of the Medill School of Integrated Marketing Communications at Northwestern University has uncovered a significant group of potential voters who represent 30% of the population and may have not been analyzed before. As a result, this group may play a [...]

Zillow busts first-time buyer myths with new research

Ready to increase your market share? If so, pay attention to a soon-to-be-released study from Zillow Group that shows 53 percent of all buyer sales in 2016 were to first-time buyers...

Citrus fruits could help prevent obesity-related heart disease, liver disease, diabetes

PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 21, 2016 -- Oranges and other citrus fruits are good for you -- they contain plenty of vitamins and substances, such as antioxidants, that can help keep you healthy. Now a group of researchers reports that these fruits also help prevent harmful effects of obesity in mice fed a Western-style, high-fat diet. read more

Rick Blumberg Joins Marlow’s Tavern to Lead Adult Beverage Program

Marlow’s Tavern welcomes Rick Blumberg as manager of adult beverage, research and development and purchasing. The former beverage director for Bacchanalia Restaurant Group totes 23 years of restaurant management and beverage experience to the neighborhood tavern bar program. Show More Summary

Standing up for beliefs in face of group opposition is worth the effort, study shows

A new study that assessed bodily responses suggests that standing up for your beliefs, expressing your opinions and demonstrating your core values can be a positive psychological experience, report researchers.

Anti-Google research group in Washington is funded by Oracle

At least 17 news articles have cited research by the "nonprofit watchdog group."

Researcher Studies Common Bacteria to Give Babies a Fighting Chance

Group B streptococcus (GBS) is the most common life-threatening bacterial infection in newborns worldwide. GBS typically resides in the lower genital tract but does not cause infections in healthy women. But if the infection is transmitted to an infant during pregnancy, it can lead to preterm birth or stillbirth. Show More Summary

Judging a SurfaceBook by a different cover

Michael Gartenberg has covered the personal technology beat for more than two decades at places like Gartner, Jupiter Research and Altimeter Group. Most recently, he spent a few years at Apple as Sr. Director of Worldwide Product Marketing. / /-->/ /-->/ it's...Show More Summary

Is There Hope for Ancient Palmyra After Daesh 'Spared No Bombs' Demolishing it

A Russian group of scientists went to visit city of Palmyra in Syria to see the extent of damage that has been done to the ancient sites by Daesh militants. Gazeta.ru talked with the Director of the Grabar Research and Restoration Center, Alexander Lesovoy, who visited the ancient city with a delegation of Russian scientists.

Neural stem cells control their own fate

To date, it has been assumed that the differentiation of stem cells depends on the environment they are embedded in. A research group now describes for the first time a mechanism by which hippocampal neural stem cells regulate their own cell fate via the protein Drosha.

Pastor Blaming Disasters on Gays Loses Home to Flood

A flood has destroyed the home of a Christian lobbyist who preached that God sends natural disasters to punish gays. President of the controversial Christian group Family Research Council, Tony Perkins, described a deluge of "near biblical proportions" hitting his Louisiana home that forced him to flee in a canoe. Show More Summary

Voting Should Be Easier—But Not Like This

The internet is the worst ballot box of all, according to three research and public-interest groups who are slamming states' use of online voting and urging people to protect their privacy by physically mailing in their ballots instead. "Internet...Show More Summary

A Very Ironic Thing Happened To A Man Who Blames Gay People For Disasters

5 days agoNews : Huffington Post

A home owned by the head of a “family” group that has claimed that the LGBT community could bring about human extinction has been nearly destroyed in a flood. In 2015, the Family Research Council’s Tony Perkins interviewed extreme Messianic...Show More Summary

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