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Posted: 25 May 2009 11:50 AM PDT
A new species of yeast has been discovered deep in the Amazon jungle. In a paper published on-line in FEMS Yeast Research, IFR scientists and colleagues from Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador describe the novel characteristics of Candida carvajalis sp. nov.
Posted: 25 May 2009 11:48 AM PDT
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A virtual tour into the growth of a tumor. Shows how blood vessels help tumors grow and metastasize. This blood vessel growth, known as angiogenesis, helps to complicate cancer and it is a prime target for fighting cancer
Posted: 25 May 2009 11:10 AM PDT
COME 2030, electronic gadgets will gobble three times as much electricity as they do today, requiring 280 gigawatts of new generating capacity, unless we do something about it. A new study by the International Energy Agency (IEA) reports that devices from cellphones to personal computers consume 15 per cent of all household power,
Posted: 25 May 2009 10:49 AM PDT
Posted: 25 May 2009 10:30 AM PDT
Prevailing theory of aging challenged by Stanford University Medical School researchers. Their discovery contradicts the prevailing theory that aging is a buildup of tissue damage similar to rust. The Stanford findings suggest specific genetic instructions drive the process.
Posted: 25 May 2009 10:10 AM PDT
Despite calamities from economic recessions, wars and famine to a flu epidemic afflicting the Earth, a new study from the University of Kansas and Gallup indicates that humans are by nature optimistic.
Posted: 25 May 2009 09:43 AM PDT
Posted: 25 May 2009 09:30 AM PDT
New light has been thrown on how humans choose their partners, a scientist will tell the annual conference of the European Society of Human Genetics today.
Posted: 25 May 2009 09:20 AM PDT
Posted: 25 May 2009 09:18 AM PDT
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