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NEWS RELEASES BY SUBJECT
MEDICINE & HEALTH
Train your brain, change your brain
Ecological study identifies potential association between antimicrobial resistance and climate change
More Medicine & Health
Scientists develop artificial chemical receptor to assist viral transduction for T cell engineering
Knowing how cells grow and divide can lead to more robust and productive plants
TECH & ENGINEERING
Tiny light-up barcodes identify molecules by their twinkling
Harnessing microorganisms for smart microsystems
More Tech & Engineering
SOCIAL & BEHAVIOR
New studies can inform programs to prevent sexual violence among teens locally, globally
Digital parent training for child’s disruptive behavior successful in primary health care
More Social & Behavior
CHEMISTRY & PHYSICS
Characterization of ‘hidden’ dioxins from informal e-waste processing
Unexpected properties uncovered in recently discovered superconductor
More Chemistry & Physics
New species of early human found in the Philippines
Archaeologists identify first prehistoric figurative cave art in Balkans
SPACE & PLANETARY
DIY gravitational waves with ‘BlackHoles@Home’
Hubble peers at cosmic blue bauble
More Space & Planetary
Genetic variant linked to cucumber fruit length
New meta-analysis of glyphosate-based plant protection products does not alter the assessment of the active substance
Electric vehicle adoption improves air quality and climate outlook
New research supports volcanic origin of Kiruna-type iron ores
More Earth Science
Earliest life may have arisen in ponds, not oceans
Thunderstorms half a world away significantly contribute to heat waves in central California
More Atmospheric Science
Clear sight in the data fog with PAGA
More Michigan students taking, passing advanced math
Countries that help working class students get into university have happier citizens
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
Lack of awareness of inequality means we penalize those who have least money
Could ‘sensitive’ interventions be a tipping point in addressing climate change?
More Business & Economics
POLICY & ETHICS
University of Arkansas project makes a difference for low-income youth with disabilities
More than a strip of paint needed to keep cyclists safe
More Policy & Ethics
BUSINESS, INNOVATION & SOCIETY ANNOUCEMENTS
National Breastfeeding Committee switches to the Max Rubner-Institut
Plant protection products — more openness and transparency
More Business, Innovation & Society
Novo Biosciences achieves major milestones in moving trodusquemine into clinical trials
New CASA programme to benefit 565,000 smallholders in Uganda, Malawi and Nepal
DOE’s Science Graduate Student Research Program selects 70 students to pursue research at DOE labs
Industry leaders honored for research partnerships with UMass Lowell
Jonathan Pass: ‘It’s too soon to talk about the end of American hegemony’
The heartland always a place of global connection, not isolation, author says
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