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April 2018

Non-invasive imaging predicts cancer malignancy — ScienceDaily

Non-invasive imaging predicts cancer malignancy — ScienceDaily

from research organizationsNon-invasive imaging predicts cancer malignancyDate:October 3, 2017Source:Osaka UniversitySummary:Non-labeling multiphoton microscopy (NL-MPM) can be used for quantitative imaging of cancer that is safe and requires no resection, fixation or staining of tissues, new research shows. This report is expected to simplify and reduce the time of cancer diagnosis. Share:Principle…

Geology Hike: Borates of Death Valley

Geology Hike: Borates of Death Valley

Join eminent Death Valley geologist Jim Calzia for an intimate look at the geologic formation and mining of borates in the Death Valley area. This excursion includes stops at Zabriski Point, locations relevant to recent and historic borax mining and processing operations, and a 3-4 mile round-trip hike to look…

Mars rover opportunity on walkabout near rim — ScienceDaily

Mars rover opportunity on walkabout near rim — ScienceDaily

NASA's senior Mars rover, Opportunity, is examining rocks at the edge of Endeavour Crater for signs that they may have been either transported by a flood or eroded in place by wind.Read More

See Inside Graceland’s $137-million Expansion

See Inside Graceland’s $137-million Expansion

The King of Rock and Roll was also a fashion icon. Explore the trends set by Elvis by looking through his collection of custom-made clothing. (Courtesy of Elvis Presley Enterprises; Inc.) Check out hundreds of Graceland artifacts at "Elvis: The Entertainer," a 20,000-square-foot museum celebrating Elvis' music, movie, and live…

Why 2016 Is Only the Most Recent Worst Year Ever

Why 2016 Is Only the Most Recent Worst Year Ever

But decrying the most recent year as the worst of all is hardly a new tradition. It’s practically built into our DNA, thanks to our innate negativity bias. The constant barrage of news media only further skews our perception. Yet even the dark side of news is nothing new: in…

How to find a job in China

How to find a job in China

More than 7,000 high-fliers have relocated to China under the Thousand Talents Plan.Credit: miR156/AlamyTheoretical chemist Jeffrey Reimers had been working in Sydney, Australia, for 28 years when he decided to relocate. In previous years he might have moved to the United States, but he decided that China’s deep pockets and…

A ubiquitin-dependent signalling axis specific for ALKBH-mediated DNA dealkylation repair

A ubiquitin-dependent signalling axis specific for ALKBH-mediated DNA dealkylation repair

Altmetric: 89 Letter A ubiquitin-dependent signalling axis specific for ALKBH-mediated DNA dealkylation repairJoshua R. Brickner1, Jennifer M. Soll1n1, Patrick M. Lombardi2n1, Cathrine B. Vågbø3, 4, Miranda C. Mudge1, Clement Oyeniran1, Renana Rabe3, Jessica Jackson5, Meagan E. Sullender1, Elyse Blazosky2, Andrea K. Byrum1, Yu Zhao1, Mark A. Corbett6, Jozef Gécz6, 7,…

Why The First Complete Map of the Ocean Floor Is Stirring Controversial Waters

Why The First Complete Map of the Ocean Floor Is Stirring Controversial Waters

Earth has no shortage of stunning landforms: Mt. Everest rises majestically above the clouds; the Grand Canyon rents deep into desert rock layers; the mountains that make up the Ethiopian Highlands, aka the Roof of Africa, tower above the rest of the continent. But all of these natural icons pale in comparison…

Making Cents of Currency’s Ancient Rise

Making Cents of Currency’s Ancient Rise

Sometimes you run across a grimy, tattered dollar bill that seems like it’s been around since the beginning of time. Assuredly it hasn’t, but the history of human beings using cash currency does go back a long time – 40,000 years.Scientists have tracked exchange and trade through the archaeological record, starting…

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