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By Editage Insights | November 15, 2016
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Do immune cells assist in tumor growth?
Immune cells protect the body from any infection and foreign invasions. However, it has been observed that in several types of tumor, immune system cells called macrophages help tumors grow....
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By Nitin Nair | November 11, 2016
Under Business and Economics | 1,692 Views
Average: 4.3
Economics has a last name bias
Scientific research is increasingly collaborative and contributions made by each author must be suitably acknowledged by co-authors. Often, there is much prestige (and career benefits) associated...
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By Editage Insights | November 11, 2016
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Researchers discover chemicals that regenerate damaged heart cells in mice
Our body is incapable of repairing injured or dead heart cells. When a person gets a heart attack, the connective tissue forms a scar tissue at the site of the injury, which ultimately leads to heart...
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By Editage Insights | November 04, 2016
Under Psychology and Neuroscience | 1,478 Views
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What happens neurologically when a person processes new information?
Offering deeper insights into the mechanics of learning, researchers at the University of Texas at Austin analyzed how dynamic shifts in a person's knowledge influence decision making. The...
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By Editage Insights | November 04, 2016
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What causes inflammation in diabetic patients?
Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis wanted to find out the reasons behind inflammation in diabetics, which is an underlying cause of various problems such as heart...
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By Editage Insights | October 20, 2016
Under Plant and Animal Science | 2,250 Views
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How animals detect and react to high temperatures
To understand behavioral responses of animals to fast and slow rise in temperature, researchers at the University of California - Santa Barbara conducted a study on fruit fly larvae. They found that...
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By Editage Insights | October 20, 2016
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Cortisol in women’s hair linked to IVF success
Researchers at the University of Nottingham conducted a study that found that high levels of cortisol, also known as the 'stress hormone', in the hair of women who were undergoing in vitro...
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By Editage Insights | October 13, 2016
Under Medicine, Health, and Nursing | 1,587 Views
Average: 5
Physicians outperform app-based symptom checkers in diagnostic accuracy
Many people use Internet or app-based symptom checkers to make self-diagnosis. To understand whether physicians are better at making diagnoses than symptom checkers, researchers at Harvard Medical...
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By Nitin Nair | October 07, 2016
Under Business and Economics | 1,658 Views
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Can economic research effectively influence policy?
Economists rarely agree with each other and sometimes contradict themselves. Understandably frustrated by the lack of conviction afflicting his economic advisers, President Truman famously asked for...
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By Editage Insights | September 29, 2016
Under Earth and Planetary Science | 1,971 Views
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Researchers confirm the universe is expanding uniformly
Cosmologists’ standard model of the universe assumes that the universe expands identically in all directions. A team of researchers at the University College London and Imperial College London proved...

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