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Discovering rare red spiral galaxy population from early universe with

Spiral galaxies represent one of the most spectacular features in our universe. Among them, spiral galaxies in the distant universe contain significant information about their origin and evolution. However, we have had a limited understanding of these galaxies due...

Generalized Anxiety Disorder: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

People who experience generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) exhibit excessive concern about multiple events or activities most days of the week. While it is not unusual for people to experience some stress as they go about their daily lives, GAD...

Ancient Americans Crossed Back into Siberia in a Two-Way Migration,

Science has long known that people living in what is now Siberia once walked (and later paddled boats) across the Bering Strait into North America. But new evidence now shows that these early migrations weren’t one-way trips: in a...

See the Largest Flower Ever Found Encased in Amber

The fossilization process is an unrelenting slog of decay, compression and erosion that can take millions of years and favors the preservation of tough material such as bones, teeth and shells. But with a little bit of sticky tree...

Can white noise help you sleep better?

A good night's sleep is vital for optimal health. Not getting enough shut-eye can affect a person's mood and concentration the next day and it's been linked to a greater risk of chronic conditions, according to the National Heart,...

Humans plunder the periodic table while turning blind eye to

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Genetically modified tobacco plant produces cocaine in its leaves

Researchers have reproduced the entire biochemical pathway for how coca plants make cocaine in another plant, which could help people manufacture the drug for scientific study ...

Blood clotting research holds hope for sepsis

Researchers from the University of Birmingham, UK, who identified a novel mechanism for platelet activation in pathogenic blood clotting (thrombosis) are now turning their attention to sepsis. Identified by Associate Professor Julie Rayes and Dr Martina Colicchia from the...

National Ignition Facility achieves fusion ignition

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and DOE's National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) today announced the achievement of fusion ignition at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) -- a major scientific breakthrough decades in the making that will pave the...

Medieval pendant found in a garbage pit may hold the

For 900 years, a corroded medieval pendant discovered in a trash heap in Germany has been hiding a religious treasure: tiny fragments of bone, possibly from the body of a saint, a new study has found. And further studies...
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