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Biochemical Cascade Causes Bone Marrow Inflammation, Leading to Serious Blood Disorders

Biochemical Cascade Causes Bone Marrow Inflammation, Leading to Serious Blood Disorders
Like a line of falling dominos, a cascade of molecular events in the bone marrow produces high levels of inflammation that disrupt normal blood formation and lead to potentially deadly disorders ...

Contact: Eric Schoch
eschoch@iu.edu
316-274-8205
Indiana University

Sound Waves and the Evolution of Stars (2 of 2)

Sound Waves and the Evolution of Stars (2 of 2)
In a young region like the so-called Christmas Tree Cluster, stars are still in the process of forming. A star is 'born' once it becomes optically visible (bottom right). During its further evolution...

Contact: Dr. Konstanze Zwintz
konstanze.zwintz@ster.kuleuven.be
32-163-27037
KU Leuven

Wet Wraps Cut Need For Drugs In Kids With Eczema

Wet Wraps Cut Need For Drugs In Kids With Eczema
The largest study ever conducted on wet wrap therapy shows it can dramatically improve skin conditions like atopic dermatitis and eczema. Experts at National Jewish Health in Denver saw a 71 percent ...

Contact: Shannon McCormick
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MediaSource

Jumping Tree Frog

Jumping Tree Frog
Tree frogs reach great heights with their jumps, but do not cover much distance.

Contact: Caroline Wood
cwood4@sheffield.ac.uk
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Society for Experimental Biology

Jumping Burrowing frog

Jumping Burrowing frog
Burrowing frogs have short limbs and squat bodies, restricting their jumping ability.

Contact: Caroline Wood
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Society for Experimental Biology

Light Scattering

Light Scattering
After the diffuser, the information content of the object is scrambled so that the light distribution at the pixelated sensor looks like the familiar speckle noise.

Contact: Angela Stark
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202-416-1443
The Optical Society

Running Wood Ant

Running Wood Ant
This video shows a wood ant running on a force plate designed to measure the tiny forces generated by each limb.

Contact: Caroline Wood
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Society for Experimental Biology

Plants Respond to Leaf Vibrations Caused by Insects' Chewing

Plants Respond to Leaf Vibrations Caused by Insects' Chewing
Experiments by Heidi Appel and Rex Cocroft at the University of Missouri mark the first time scientists have shown that a plant responds to an ecologically relevant sound in its environment. Appel is ...

Contact: Jeff Sossamon
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University of Missouri-Columbia

Controversial Clues of Two 'Goldilocks Planets' That Might Support Life are Proven False (1 of 3)

Controversial Clues of Two 'Goldilocks Planets' That Might Support Life are Proven False (1 of 3)
This animation shows planets believed to orbit the red dwarf star Gliese 581. These detections, made with the Doppler technique, were published in scientific papers from 2004 to 2014 and put some of ...

Contact: Barbara K. Kennedy
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Penn State

Kangaroo Locomotion

Kangaroo Locomotion
This video is an analysis of video of kangaroos walking has helped scientists discover how important their tails are during locomotion.

Contact: Rodger Kram
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303-492-7984
University of Colorado at Boulder

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