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By Editage Insights | September 28, 2016
Under Medicine, Health, and Nursing | 2,120 Views
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Sucralose and cancer not linked, a study says
Sucralose is the choice of no-calorie sweetener for those who wish to keep their weight in check. However, many people have raised questions about how safe it is to consume sucralose and whether it...
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By Nitin Nair | September 23, 2016
Under Business and Economics | 2,103 Views
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et tu economicus?
Yes, we economists can have double standards too. We often rail against non-productive rent-seekers, barriers to entry in markets, and the paucity of intellectual honesty in public debates on emotive...
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By Editage Insights | September 20, 2016
Under Plant and Animal Science | 2,310 Views
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Eggs from smaller flocks of birds more likely to carry Salmonella enteritidis
Contrary to popular belief that eggs from small local enterprises are safer than those produced commercially, researchers in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences found that eggs from small...
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By Editage Insights | September 20, 2016
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Genetic link underlies mosquitoes’ preference for humans or animals
Do some mosquitoes prefer to feed on animals rather than humans? Some species of mosquitoes are carriers of malaria like Anopheles arabiensis, which is the primary vector of malaria in East African...
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By Nitin Nair | September 02, 2016
Under Business and Economics | 2,212 Views
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Paying for talent pays off
Russ Roberts, a research fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution, talks to Matthew Futterman, sportswriter for the Wall Street Journal, about his recent book "Players" on the progress,...
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By Editage Insights | August 26, 2016
Under Earth and Planetary Science | 2,655 Views
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Humankind has altered 97% of Earth’s biologically richest regions
Researchers at the James Cook University studied the ecological effect of humans on the planet and found that around 97% of Earth's biologically richest regions have ecological footprints of...
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By Nitin Nair | August 25, 2016
Under Business and Economics | 2,323 Views
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Arthropods - the new luxury good?
Back in the day, many a development economist would tally up a household's ownership of consumer durables to estimate their socioeconomic position. Should they be counting local bug populations...
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By Editage Insights | August 17, 2016
Under Psychology and Neuroscience | 3,647 Views
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Is the Internet affecting human memory?
A team of researchers at the University of California, Santa Cruz and University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign studied the effect of Internet usage on our memory. According to them, we have come to...
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By Editage Insights | August 17, 2016
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Body clock and Bmal1 affect our susceptibility to viruses
Researchers at the Wellcome Trust-Medical Research Council Institute of Metabolic Science, University of Cambridge, have found that the time at which our body is invaded by viruses has an impact on...
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By Editage Insights | August 12, 2016
Under Plant and Animal Science | 2,791 Views
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Cortical neurons distinguish human brain from those of primates
For the longest time, researchers have wondered why humans have bigger and more developed brains compared to primates. A new study by researchers at Vanderbilt University has revealed that there is...

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