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A 3D microfluidic chip that emulates the cellular and microvasculature environment of a colorectal tumor can be used to test the efficacy of drug-loaded nanoparticles, a new study finds.
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Science Magazine 10h
In this week's : ✨The could be making particles that physicists haven’t looked for. 🏠A new type of wood could passively cool buildings. 🎙Take a listen:
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Science Magazine 15h
The that make the news are usually the big ones—but research focusing on smaller events can tell us more about previously unknown activity. ($)
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Science Magazine May 25
Billions of miles from Earth, the two spacecraft carry disco-era messages for extraterrestrials. “The Vinyl Frontier” tells the tale of how the records came full circle.
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Science Magazine May 25
How do acquire resistance in the presence of antibiotics? The disconcerting results of a new Science study shows how it can happen. ($)
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News from Science May 24
Over the last 1,000 years, Icelanders' genes have changed more than you might expect.
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Science Magazine May 24
"In 1993, the Chinese government banned any trade of tigers, but in October 2018, the commerce of captive tigers was legalized for scientific, educational, and medicinal purposes." A details how this may revive the illegal tiger trade. ($)
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Science Magazine May 24
Targeting certain protein crystals could hold clinical potential in reversing the symptoms of allergic diseases. ($)
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Science Magazine May 24
Using a genetically modified with a patient’s own mutations could be a new approach for identifying ways to fight treatment-resistant colorectal . Learn more in :
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Science Magazine May 24
"You’re in for a whirlwind tour of coffee breaks, hotel conference rates, and sitting, sitting, sitting!" A fun-filled guide to conferences from 's humor column.
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News from Science May 24
To scientists, the exquisitely preserved fossils in Burmese amber offer a priceless look into the age of dinosaurs. But they also bring an ethical minefield.
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Science Magazine May 24
A new study in illuminates which transcription factor is required for cells to undergo an inflammatory form of cell death called .
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Science Magazine May 24
An innovative approach to the production of synthesis for the industry could eliminate, if implemented on a global scale, nearly 1% of all emissions. Read the research in Science: ($)
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Science Magazine May 23
Training awards may be playing an increasingly important role in a successful faculty job search—but that doesn’t mean that they’re a requirement for a faculty position.
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Science Magazine May 23
The survival of relies on seldom seen, historically overlooked cryptobenthic reef —the smallest of vertebrates. Read more in the study from Science. ($)
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Science Magazine May 23
Using earthquakes to find earthquakes, new insights into the mitochondrial DNA of humans, and how fossil-containing Burmese amber is troubled treasure for scientists—and more in the newest issue of Science.
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Science Translational Medicine May 23
The new issue of Science Translational Medicine is out!
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Science Magazine May 23
New research on creating complex molecules in fewer steps may lead to lower financial and environmental costs of manufacturing. ($)
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Science Magazine May 23
Teaching deep to recognize the concept of “similar, but different” may improve , says Atsuto Maki from in : ($)
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Science Magazine May 23
"The U.S. government should invest in a database to provide researchers with adequate data to conduct studies on toxicant exposure." ($)
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