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By Editage Insights | January 13, 2017
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Bacteria advertise to recruit new members to their community
Biologists at University of California, San Diego, have discovered that bacteria living in biofilm communities interact with each other using “ion channels,” which is an electrical signaling method...
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By Editage Insights | January 13, 2017
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Researchers create the most tightly knotted physical structure ever
A team of researchers at The University of Manchester led by Professor David Leigh in Manchester's School of Chemistry have been successful in producing the most complex regular woven molecule. They...
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By Editage Insights | January 06, 2017
Under Plant and Animal Science | 77 Views
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How long did it take for a dinosaur to hatch from its egg?
The incubation period of dinosaur eggs has been a subject of interest to researchers. A team of researchers led by Gregory Erickson, a Florida State University professor of biological science, found...
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By Editage Insights | January 06, 2017
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Artificial spider silk that can heal wounds and deliver drugs
A collaborative effort by Professor Neil Thomas from the School of Chemistry and Dr. Sara Goodacre from the School of Life Sciences and their teams has led to the development of antibiotic synthetic...
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By Editage Insights | December 29, 2016
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The movement of tumor cells makes them deadly
Ryan Petrie, PhD, an assistant professor in Drexel's College of Arts and Sciences, has led a study related to the spread of cancer. According to him, cancer is fatal because of the ability of cancer...
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By Editage Insights | December 20, 2016
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Multiresistent bacteria display behavior akin to hibernation
Multiresistant bacteria render treatments ineffective and scientists worldwide are trying to tackle this issue. Often even sensitive bacteria display resistance to drugs and are therefore called “...
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By Editage Insights | December 20, 2016
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El Niño and climate change triggered Zika outbreak, new research suggests
Researchers at the University of Liverpool conducted a study to understand whether climatic changes affected the spread of Zika virus. They created an epidemiological model that analyzed the...
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By Nitin Nair | December 15, 2016
Under Business and Economics | 215 Views
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The university press - a system on life support
A university press is most often a loss making entity serving an established research university. In addition to producing textbooks for students, its rationale has long been to serve the needs of...
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By Nitin Nair | November 28, 2016
Under Business and Economics | 253 Views
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Knowing whom to ask
In today’s digital world, there are numerous platforms on which people can pose questions and add to their knowledge. In August 2016, EconTalk - one of the leading economics podcasts - host Russ...
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By Editage Insights | November 28, 2016
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Social status has an effect on immune cells in monkeys
Researchers from the Duke University conducted a study on rhesus monkeys and discovered that stress on monkeys belonging to lower social rungs affected their immune system. The team studied a group...

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