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By Editage Insights | August 11, 2016
Under Plant and Animal Science | 1,762 Views
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Exposure to crude oil causes heart and skull deformities in haddock
A team of scientists from Norway and NOAA Fisheries' Northwest Fisheries Science Center in Seattle studied the effect of oil spills on the haddock, cod, and pollock species of fish. They discovered...
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By Editage Insights | August 04, 2016
Under Chemistry and Materials Science | 1,780 Views
Average: 5
Roboticist develops a 3D food printer that prints edible items
Professor Hod Lipso, a roboticist at Columbia Engineering who works in the areas of artificial intelligence and digital manufacturing, has along with his students developed a prototype of a 3D food...
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By Editage Insights | August 02, 2016
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Human nose houses a potential lifesaving antibiotic
When researchers at the University of Tübingen and the German Center for Infection Research (DZIF) were studying Staphylococcus lugdunensis, an antibiotic-resistant pathogen that colonizes the human...
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By Editage Insights | July 19, 2016
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After 20 years researchers locate the mutant gene cloche
Researchers at the Max Plank Institute led by Didier Stainier, Director of the Department of Developmental Genetics at the Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research in Bad Nauheim, have...
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By Editage Insights | July 18, 2016
Under Psychology and Neuroscience | 1,690 Views
Average: 3.7
Researchers propose an in-depth study of the drug ecstasy or MDMA
Researchers Robert Malenka and Boris Heifets at Stanford University have expressed the need for an in-depth study of the drug ecstasy, scientifically known as MDMA. According to the pair, the...
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By Editage Insights | July 14, 2016
Under Plant and Animal Science | 1,755 Views
Average: 3.3
Diver-operated underwater microscope to study processes in natural settings
Researchers from Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California San Diego, led by oceanographer Jules Jaffe, have developed a new type of underwater microscope that would enable...
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By Editage Insights | July 11, 2016
Under Earth and Planetary Science | 2,655 Views
Average: 5
Exoplanet with three suns and a stable orbit discovered
A team of astronomers led by the University of Arizona, USA, have discovered an exoplanet, named HD 131399Ab, which has three stars. As a result, it likely experiences triple sunrises and sunsets...
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By Editage Insights | July 05, 2016
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Can E. coli be used to transport vaccines?
A team of researchers from the University of Buffalo have developed an E. coli based capsule, which according to them, can transport vaccines more efficiently than the currently available...
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By Editage Insights | June 24, 2016
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Mosquito bite inflammation helps the replication of viruses
When a mosquito bites a human, it leaves behind some of its saliva, leading to an inflammation that can help the virus it is carrying to infect the body. However, when the white blood cells –...
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By Editage Insights | June 22, 2016
Under Plant and Animal Science | 2,155 Views
Average: 5
Female bears find human settlements ideal to protect cubs
Bear cubs are at a high risk of losing their life to infanticidal male bears who may want to impregnate a female who has just borne cubs. To protect the cubs, female bears in Scandinavia seem to have...

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