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Dog Making Puppy-Dog Eyes? He Likely Knows You're Looking

Yes, your puppy is making those absolutely adorable faces just for you. At least that's the takeaway from a study published Thursday in Scientific Reports. Researchers from the University of Portsmouth's Dog Cognition Centre studied 24 dogs of various breeds and came away with the first evidence that dogs move...

New IOF Compendium documents osteoporosis, its management and global burden

(International Osteoporosis Foundation) On the occasion of World Osteoporosis Day, the International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF) has issued the first edition of a comprehensive and scientifically referenced report on osteoporosis.Show More Summary

Stress might be just as unhealthy as junk food to digestive system

We all know that a poor diet is unhealthy, but a new BYU study finds that stress may just as harmful to our bodies as a really bad diet. In a new paper published in Nature Scientific Reports, BYU professor of microbiology and molecular...Show More Summary

Report: Key changes needed to prevent fiery rail crashes

A prestigious scientific organization on Wednesday called for more frequent and better inspections of freight railroad tracks to prevent potentially catastrophic oil and ethanol train crashes.

Molecular basis for memory and learning

(Goethe University Frankfurt) Learning and memory are two important functions of the brain that are based on the brain's plasticity. Scientists from Goethe University Frankfurt report in the latest issue of the scientific journal Cell Reports how a trio of key molecules directs these processes. Their findings provide new leads for the therapy of Alzheimer's disease.

Official fish trade hugely underestimates global catches

Conservation of dwindling fish stocks is being severely hampered by poor controls on global trade, according to research published today (Monday, October 9, 2017) in Scientific Reports.

Human minibrains reveal effects of psychedelic substance

(D'Or Institute for Research and Education) A Brazilian study, published in Scientific Reports on Oct. 9, 2017, has identified changes in signaling pathways associated with neural plasticity, inflammation and neurodegeneration triggered by a compound from the family of dimethyltryptamine known as 5-MeO-DMT.

Fingerprints lack scientific basis for legal certainty

(Carnegie Mellon University) A new American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) working group report on the quality of latent fingerprint analysis says that courtroom testimony and reports stating or even implying that fingerprints collected from a crime scene belong to a single person are indefensible and lack scientific foundation.

Fingerprints lack scientific basis for legal certainty

A new report on the quality of latent fingerprint analysis says that courtroom testimony and reports stating or even implying that fingerprints collected from a crime scene belong to a single person are indefensible and lack scientific foundation.

Meet Madagascar's oldest animal lineage, a whirligig beetle with 206-million-year-old origins

(University of Kansas) A new study in Scientific Reports suggests the Malagasy striped whirligig beetle Heterogyrus milloti boasts a genetic pedigree stretching back to the late Triassic period.

Novel platform for investigating quiescence in dormancy-capable cancer cells

(World Scientific) A team of researchers from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities has reported a novel encapsulation approach to identify dormant cancer cells and maintain them in a quiescent state.

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New method for tissue regeneration, inspired by nature, described by scientists

Scientists have found a way of mimicking our body's natural healing process, using cell derived nano-sized particles called vesicles, to repair damaged tissue. The paper, published in Scientific Reports, describes a new approach to bone...Show More Summary

A Few Easy Tricks May Keep Bedbugs Away While Traveling

Nobody wants to bring home bedbugs after being on the road, and now scientists have some practical advice on how to avoid that fate. A new study in Scientific Reports shows that the little critters are drawn to the scent of dirty laundry, and the lead author translates that into...

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and World Mercury Project Issue Report Regarding New Evidence of Ongoing Corruption and Scientific Misconduct at CDC

NOTE: From World Mercury Project, Robert Kennedy's organization. Kennedy hopes new evidence and a fresh look at criminal misconduct will result in law enforcement action, rigorous and transparent vaccine safety science, and safer vaccines. Washington, DC – In a new...

Crunchy Crustaceans and Rotting Wood on the Menu for Dinosaurs

Kaiparowits, Coprolites, Crustaceans and Consumption This week sees the publication of a new scientific paper that questions the strictly herbivorous diet of Ornithischian dinosaurs.  Writing in the journal "Scientific Reports", theShow More Summary

Headlines claim light drinking during pregnancy is ‘okay’ — researchers say that’s not okay

A study about alcohol use during pregnancy kicked up major media waves last weekend—but was all that frothy coverage warranted? It was another lesson in the pitfalls of reporting on scientific research, as headlines around the world issued some potentially dangerous misinformation. The Times of London, one of the largest daily newspapers in the UK, […]

Supervolcano in Italy is "becoming more dangerous" as magma builds beneath the surface

Like the super volcano in Yellowstone National Park, experts have been preparing for the eruption of the Campi Flegrei volcano near the Bay of Naples, in Italy for some time. Now, a new study published in Scientific Reports has renewed fear that it could erupt very soon. Show More Summary

Too stressed to write? Try stepping outside of yourself

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When you're under pressure, thinking of yourself in the 3rd person can help you cope according to a recent study published in Scientific Reports. Instead of thinking, "How can I possibly get this done!?", think, "How can [your name] possibly...

New Research: The Brain and Moral Development

Why are some people more likely to perform community service, or give to charity, than other people? Why do some people seem to have clear moral judgment, while others are utterly lacking? A new study, published in Scientific Reports, delved into how brain functioning correlates […]

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