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Monday, November 29, 2021
FDA approves pioneering drug for ovarian cancer surgery
Ovarian cancer patient Carol Giandonato admits to being apprehensive when her oncologist told her he wanted to make her cancer cells turn fl...
Pesticides Can Affect Multiple Generations of Bees
The blue orchard bee, shown here on the lacy phacelia wildflower, was exposed to a neonicotinoid for the study. Credit: Clara Stuligross/UC ...
Rhythms of the krill
Diffuse sunlight, moonlight, aurora, and artificial light can all be seen during the Arctic Polar night, including near Kongsfjorden, Svalba...
New cancer therapy from Yibin Kang’s lab
Yibin Kang Photo by Denise Applewhite, Office of Communications Imagine you could cure cancer by targeting one tiny gene. Imagine that same ...
Sizing Up the Challenges in Extracting Lithium from Geothermal Brine
The hot brine that comes up from the subsurface as part of geothermal power production at the Salton Sea in California is a rich stew of min...
Nibbling prehistoric herbivore sheds new light on Triassic diversity
Credit: Mark Witton A Triassic herbivore, known for its supposed similarities to a modern-day ostrich, has been revealed to have entirely di...
People want a better world after the COVID-19 pandemic but don’t believe it will really happen
Photo by Ron Lach from Pexels People strongly favor a fairer and more sustainable way of life in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, despite ...
Monkeys go fishing to survive harsh Japanese winters
Snow monkey (Japanese macaque Macaca fuscata) Photo by Prof. Alexander Milner Snow monkeys living in one of the world’s coldest regions sur...
Researchers developed mini-breast cancer as a new weapon against the most common type of breast cancer
Breast cancer tissue in a culture model in which hormone receptors disappear (left) and within the culture model developed in this study whi...
Sunday, November 28, 2021
Morally divided societies more likely to elect extreme political leaders
Unorthodox leaders who shake up the political system are more likely to be elected if people believe their society is morally divided and br...
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