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Body organs may have a sexual identity

A Deeper Take on Our Sexual Nature The organs in our body may have a sexual identity of their own, new research suggests. The idea...

The Aliens Are Silent Because They’re Dead

Life on other planets would probably go extinct soon after its origin, due to runaway heating or cooling on their fledgling planets Life on other...

Get up offa that thang!

Study Finds Too Much Sitting Harmful, But Antidote Is Easy By Carol Pearson A number of studies show that the more we sit, the higher our...

Ancient DNA reveals ‘into Africa’ migration

By Rebecca Morelle An ancient African genome has been sequenced for the first time. Researchers extracted DNA from a 4,500-year-old skull that was discovered in the...

NASA Announces Evidence Showing Water On Mars

By Nathan James In a stunning announcement of scientific discovery, NASA officials unveiled evidence showing the presence of liquid water on Mars, adding fuel to...

African Genome Project Highlights Migration History

By Art Chimes Scientists have been making rapid advances in studies of genetic variations in European and East Asian populations. Now, populations in Africa, the...

TSRI and UC San Diego Launch New Consortium to Create ‘Virtual...

LA JOLLA, CA –  Drawing on complementary strengths of two San Diego institutions, The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) and the University of California, San...

$5 Million National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Grant Awarded to Northwestern, UChicago

Northwestern University and the University of Chicago have received a five-year, $5 million grant from the National Science Foundation to establish a collaborative venture...

HIV flushed out by cancer drug

HIV can be flushed out of its hiding places in the body using a cancer drug, researchers show. The cornerstone of treatment, anti-retroviral therapy, kills...

African synchrotron bid gathers pace

The effort to build a synchrotron in Africa is gaining momentum, a leading proponent has told a US conference. Prof Herman Winick said a...