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A team of researchers from Chung-Ang University and their collaborators have revealed a critical role of sequence differences in ribosomes—the cell’s protein-production…
Newly discovered mechanism of gene regulation underlies bacterial virulence
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Why are mental health problems elevated among graduate students? This post delves deep into understanding the reasons that lead to the excessive pressure and ways…
Why are mental health problems elevated among graduate students?
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Cactus Foundation has launched a global mental health survey for researchers 
Inviting researchers to participate in global survey on mental health in academia
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A look at this year's Nobel Prize winners in the sciences along with highlights of their distinguished achievements
The winners of the 2019 Nobel Prize are…
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Scientists uncover new genetic pathways leading to antibiotic resistance in Escherichia coli, which can be targeted to remove that resistance
The threat of multidrug resistance: One step toward unraveling the rise of superbacteria
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Doctors suggest that the “adaptive” motion of nickel-titanium rotary files used for root canal procedures decreases the instrument’s torque generation, thereby reducing…
Improved root canal instrumentation to reduce dental work complications
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Posterior circulation strokes are difficult to diagnose because of the “normal” MRI scans as well as ambiguous symptoms, and a holistic approach can be adopted for…
"Normal" MRI scan accompanied by dizziness—warning sign of posterior stroke
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The Research on Research Institute (RoRI) is a newly formed international consortium that will aim to provide insights to individuals, organizations, and governments on…
New 'research on research' project to guide decision-makers on research and science policy
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Have you struggled to understand whether you should apply for a patent and what it entails? This article explains the basics to help you expand your knowledge about…
Patents 101: What are patents and how do you acquire them?
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Scientists from Pusan National University show that development of the concept of “fairness” among adolescents is related to structural changes in the brain