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Scientists stabilize HIV structure, design potential AIDS vaccine candidates

Scientists stabilize HIV structure, design potential AIDS vaccine candidates | New Science | Scoop.it
Want to catch a criminal? Show a mugshot on the news. Want to stop HIV infections? Get the immune system to recognize and attack the virus's tell-tale structure.
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Earth has a tiny tagalong, and no, it’s not a moon

Earth has a tiny tagalong, and no, it’s not a moon | New Science | Scoop.it
Asteroid 2016 HO3 is a quasisatellite of Earth — orbiting the sun while never wandering far from our planet.
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Scientists stabilize HIV structure, design potential AIDS vaccine candidates: Findings represent 'big accomplishment' in biomedical engineering, design

Scientists stabilize HIV structure, design potential AIDS vaccine candidates: Findings represent 'big accomplishment' in biomedical engineering, design | New Science | Scoop.it
Want to stop HIV infections? Get the immune system to recognize and attack the virus's tell-tale structure, say researchers. Two new studies advance efforts to produce HIV vaccine candidates, potentially suitable for large-scale production.
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No sweet surrender: Glucose actually enhances self-control, study shows

No sweet surrender: Glucose actually enhances self-control, study shows | New Science | Scoop.it
In the age of the 'sugar tax', good news about glucose is hard to come by. But an Australian scientist has just proposed a new understanding of the established link between the sweet stuff and improved self-control.



As Neil Levy, from Macquarie University, explains in the journal Ph
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Physicists discover an infinite number of quantum speed limits

Physicists discover an infinite number of quantum speed limits | New Science | Scoop.it
(Phys.org)—In order to determine how fast quantum technologies can ultimately operate, physicists have established the concept of "quantum speed limits." Quantum speed limits impose limitations on how fast a quantum syste
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Newly Discovered Tumor Suppressor Protein May Provide New Cancer Therapy Solutions

Newly Discovered Tumor Suppressor Protein May Provide New Cancer Therapy Solutions | New Science | Scoop.it
Phosphatase and tensin homolog (or “Pten” for short), is a tumor suppressor that is deficient in around 20 to 25 percent of cancer sufferers. Researchers from the Mayo Clinic recently found that Pten safeguards against tumor formation by keeping chromosome numbers optimal when a cell splits in two, leaving the body with two daughter cells …
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Graphene-based transparent electrodes for highly efficient flexible OLEDS

Graphene-based transparent electrodes for highly efficient flexible OLEDS | New Science | Scoop.it
The arrival of a thin and lightweight computer that even rolls up like a piece of paper will not be in the far distant future. Flexible organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs), built upon a plastic substrate, have receive
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A new Einstein Ring

A new Einstein Ring | New Science | Scoop.it
The Royal Astronomical Society, encourages and promotes the study of astronomy, solar-system science, geophysics and closely related branches of science. The RAS organizes scientific meetings in Burlington House, its London HQ, and throughout the country, publishes international research and review journals, recognizes outstanding achievements by the award of medals and prizes, maintains an extensive library, supports education through grants and outreach activities and represents UK astronomy nationally and internationally.
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Flat lens promises possible revolution in optics - BBC News

Flat lens promises possible revolution in optics - BBC News | New Science | Scoop.it
A flat lens made of paint whitener on a sliver of glass could revolutionise optics, its US inventors say.
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Spinning electrons yield positrons for research

Spinning electrons yield positrons for research | New Science | Scoop.it
Researchers use accelerators to coax the electron into performing a wide range of tricks to enable medical tests and treatments, improve product manufacturing, and power breakthrough scientific research. Now, they're learnin
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US bid to grow human organs for transplant inside pigs - BBC News

US bid to grow human organs for transplant inside pigs - BBC News | New Science | Scoop.it
US scientists try to grow human organs inside pigs to solve the transplant shortage by injecting human stem cells into pig embryos.
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Origin of mystery deep-sea mushroom revealed - BBC News

Origin of mystery deep-sea mushroom revealed - BBC News | New Science | Scoop.it
Australian scientists have used genetic material to pinpoint the origin of the deep-sea mushroom, an unusual gelatinous creature first dredged up near Tasmania in 1986.
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Human activity created a new mosquito species, study shows - Redorbit

Human activity created a new mosquito species, study shows - Redorbit | New Science | Scoop.it
We know species around the planet are going extinct due to human activities, but humans are also triggering the rapid development and emergence of new species, according to a new report. Published in Proceedings of Royal Society B, the new study summarizes the cause of manmade speciation and talks about why newly evolved species can’t …
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Cannabinoids remove plaque-forming Alzheimer's proteins from brain cells

Cannabinoids remove plaque-forming Alzheimer's proteins from brain cells | New Science | Scoop.it
Scientists have found preliminary evidence that tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and other compounds found in marijuana can promote the cellular removal of amyloid beta, a toxic protein associated with Alzheimer's disease.
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Snails use 'two brain cells' to make decisions, Sussex University discovers - BBC News

Snails use 'two brain cells' to make decisions, Sussex University discovers - BBC News | New Science | Scoop.it
Snails use two brain cells to make "complex decisions", a team of scientists finds.
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Study shows how judgment of sensory simultaneity may develop in the brain | News from Brown

Study shows how judgment of sensory simultaneity may develop in the brain | News from Brown | New Science | Scoop.it
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Failing livers transformed into healthy organs by virus therapy

Failing livers transformed into healthy organs by virus therapy | New Science | Scoop.it
A relative of the cold virus has been used to transform bad cells in failing livers  into healthy cells, reducing scarring and improving liver function
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Underwater ‘lost city’ found to be geological formation - Press Release - UEA

Underwater ‘lost city’ found to be geological formation - Press Release - UEA | New Science | Scoop.it
The ancient underwater remains of a long lost Greek city were in fact created by a naturally occurring phenomenon – according to joint research from UEA and the University of Athens.
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Famous peppered moth's dark secret revealed - BBC News

Famous peppered moth's dark secret revealed - BBC News | New Science | Scoop.it
Scientists unravel details of the famous mutation that turned moths black during the industrial revolution.
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A New Microscopic Camera Lets Us Peer Inside All the Things We Normally Can't See

A New Microscopic Camera Lets Us Peer Inside All the Things We Normally Can't See | New Science | Scoop.it
An imaging tech so precise it can read a message written on the belly of a dust mite.
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Toddlers Instinctually Know How to Use a Wild Ape's Tools

Toddlers Instinctually Know How to Use a Wild Ape's Tools | New Science | Scoop.it
A new study undermines the idea that humans only understand tool use by learning from others
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We want information

We want information | New Science | Scoop.it
Even Stephen Hawking sometimes turns out to be wrong. Who better to put him right than himself?
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