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After Watching Disturbing Video, CPAP Usage Soars (1 of 2)

After Watching Disturbing Video, CPAP Usage Soars (1 of 2)
Hoping to get patients to wear CPAP masks more consistently while they sleep, Mark Aloia, Ph.D., of National Jewish Health in Denver took a novel and emotional approach. Aloia videotaped patients ...

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The Rochester Cloak

The Rochester Cloak
Scientists have recently developed several ways -- some simple and some involving new technologies -- to hide objects from view. The latest effort, developed by University of Rochester physics ...

Contact: David Barnstone
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University of Rochester

ALT Telomeres Fish for Homology

ALT Telomeres Fish for Homology
The perpetual proliferation of cancer cells requires a means to maintain telomere length. Alternative lengthening of telomeres (ALT) is a poorly understood mechanism of telomere maintenance that is ...

Contact: Karen Kreeger
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University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine

NASA CME Week: Mapping the Journey of a Giant Coronal Mass Ejection

NASA CME Week: Mapping the Journey of a Giant Coronal Mass Ejection
Two main types of explosions occur on the sun: solar flares and coronal mass ejections. Unlike the energy and X-rays produced in a solar flare -- which can reach Earth at the speed of light in eight ...

Contact: Susan Hendrix
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NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center

Efficient Solar to Hydrogen Conversion

Efficient Solar to Hydrogen Conversion
Science published on Sept. 25, 2014 the latest developments in Michael Grätzel's laboratory at EPFL in the field of hydrogen production from water. By combining a pair of perovskite solar ...

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Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

How Gene Networks Work to Create Patterns

How Gene Networks Work to Create Patterns
Researchers at the CRG try to understand how networks of genes work together to create specific patterns like stripes.

They have gone beyond studying individual networks and have created ...

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Center for Genomic Regulation

NASA CME Week: The Difference Between Flares and CMEs

NASA CME Week: The Difference Between Flares and CMEs
There are many kinds of eruptions on the sun. Solar flares and coronal mass ejections both involve gigantic explosions of energy, but are otherwise quite different. The two phenomena do sometimes ...

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Ultimatum Game

Ultimatum Game
This is a video describing the ultimatum game in chimpanzees.

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Georgia State University

Smallest Possible Diamonds Form Ultra-thin Nanothreads (1 of 3)

Smallest Possible Diamonds Form Ultra-thin Nanothreads (1 of 3)
For the first time, scientists have discovered how to produce ultra-thin 'diamond nanothreads' that promise extraordinary properties, including strength and stiffness greater than that of today's ...

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Penn State

Stanford Researchers Develop Protein Therapy to Stop Metastasis

Stanford Researchers Develop Protein Therapy to Stop Metastasis
Early but promising tests in lab mice suggest that a bioengineered 'decoy' protein, administered intravenously, can halt the spread of cancer from the original tumor site. Years of subsequent tests ...

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Stanford School of Engineering

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