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By Editage Insights | March 24, 2017
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Do female mosquitoes have an extra set of odor sensors to detect human scents?
Researchers have been trying to understand why and how mosquitoes get attracted to humans as their prey by studying their odor sensor system. However, biologists at Vanderbilt University have...
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By Editage Insights | March 24, 2017
Under Earth and Planetary Science | 44 Views
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Mars might get rings in the future, a new theory suggests
Mars is known as the red planet while Jupiter is the one with rings. However, according to a latest theory by Prudue University researchers – David Minton, assistant professor of Earth, atmospheric...
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By Hema Thakur | March 10, 2017
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Is Our Econometrics Class ‘Regressive’?
Has econometrics taught in classes kept pace with its application? Is a paradigm shift needed? Angrist and Pischke’s (2017) “Undergraduate econometrics instruction: through our classes, darkly”...
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By Editage Insights | March 10, 2017
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Potential damage to astronauts’ health on Mars mission assessed
The effect of exposure to deep space radiance on astronauts’ health is one of the major concerns of planning a mission to Mars. Therefore, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) funded...
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By Editage Insights | February 23, 2017
Under Earth and Planetary Science | 176 Views
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Seven Earth-sized exoplanets discovered in habitable zone
NASA’s Spritzer Space Telescope has discovered seven Earth-sized exoplanets that are likely to have liquid water. All seven planets closely circle around a single dwarf star Trappist-1. The system is...
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By Editage Insights | February 09, 2017
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Algae survive extreme temperatures and cosmic radiation for two years
In a long-term experiment lasting two years, two varieties of algae survived in the space without any lasting adverse effects. Dr. Thomas Leya at the Fraunhofer Institute for Cell Therapy and...
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By Editage Insights | February 02, 2017
Under Plant and Animal Science | 311 Views
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Removing exotic plants restores ecosystem
To study the effect of exotic plants on the ecosystem, a group of researchers led by PD Dr Christopher Kaiser-Bunbury, member of the Ecological Networks Study Group of the TU Darmstadt Biology...
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By Editage Insights | January 24, 2017
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3-D bioprinter to print functional human skin
Can a printer print out human skin? A team of researchers belonging to the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M), CIEMAT (Center for Energy, Environmental and Technological Research), Hospital...
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By Editage Insights | January 24, 2017
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Commonly found synthethic chemicals disrupt physiological processes
The University of Buffalo researchers have studied the effect of commonly found synthetic chemicals on human health. Insecticides and garden products such as carbaryl (the third most widely used...
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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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