Posts Tagged ‘Science’

New drug can give you a tan without getting any sun

Building upon work they completed more than a decade ago, a team of researchers has come up with a new drug that can mimic the effects of tanning in humans without the need for exposure to harmful ultraviolet radiation – a breakthrough detailed Tuesday in the journal Cell Reports. While the research is still in […]

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MIT creates bacteria-powered clothing straight out of science fiction

The exercise gear of the future could be covered in living microbial cells capable of expanding and shrinking in response to changes in humidity, thus allowing an athlete’s body to cool down after sensing increases in body heat and sweat, according to a team of researchers at MIT. In fact, Dr. Wen Wang, a former […]

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Megafauna of the UKSRL exploration contract area and eastern Clarion-Clipperton Zone in the Pacific Ocean: Echinodermata

Biodiversity Data Journal 5: e11794
DOI: 10.3897/BDJ.5.e11794
Authors: Diva Amon, Amanda Ziegler, Antonina Kremenetskaia, Christopher Mah, Rich Mooi, Tim O’Hara, David Pawson, Michel Roux, Craig Smith
Abstract: This paper gives the…

An Editor’s Science Writing Cheat Sheet

The secret to being a good science writer is thinking like a reader.

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