Locavore or Vegetarian? What’s the Best Way to Reduce Climate Impact of Food?

This year’s Thanksgiving feast falls only a few days before the start of the global climate summit in... Read more

Combating Cybercrime When There’s Plenty of Phish in the Sea

As more and more crime moves online, computer scientists, criminologists and legal academics have joined forces in Cambridge... Read more

Top Five Questions Left-Handers Ask, #4: Will Switching Writing Hands Mess Up My Brain

Recently I gave a talk titled The Mystery of Left-Handedness at Lifeworks an organization in Erie, PA that promotes life-long... Read more

Should We Be Taxing Sugar?

We´re witnessing the biggest obesity epidemic ever recorded in history. The occurrence of diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and other... Read more

How Music Helps Resolve Our Deepest Inner Conflicts

Billions of people enjoy music; many feel that they can’t live without it. Why? It’s a question that... Read more

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Plant & Animal Sciences

How Animals Are Adapting to cope with Their Noisiest Neighbors – Humans

Human noise is forcing animals around the world to go through changes, unknown and invisible to most of us. Here's… Read more

Life Sciences

Yoshinori Ohsumi – A Deserving Winner of the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine

These studies have highlighted the importance of autophagy in processes including infection and immunity, neurodegenerative diseases and cancer. Read more

Social Sciences

Numerous and Powerful Cases for Giving in the Academic Library

By approaching it from a development officers' perspective, our authors discuss opportunities that truly have potential for private funding of… Read more

Social Sciences

Top Five Questions Left-Handers Ask – Question Number 1

In this five part series on questions left-handers ask, author Clare Porac addresses the normalcy of people who write with… Read more

Social Sciences

Remembering Mac Elrod and a Life-Long Love of Cataloguing

As the cataloging community mourns the loss of a long-time active and outspoken colleague, we also recognize and appreciate his… Read more

Biomedicine & Biochemistry

Quadruple Helix Form of DNA May Aid in the Development of Targeted Cancer Therapies

Researchers have identified the role that a four-stranded version of DNA may play in the role of cancer progression, and… Read more

Biomedicine & Biochemistry

Antibody Therapy Targeting Cancer

An important component of all of these therapies is the design of antibodies that specifically target specific cancer epitopes, and… Read more

Life Sciences

Genetic Studies Reveal Diversity of Early Human Populations – and Pin Down When We Left Africa

Some scientists believe that all non-Africans today can trace their ancestry back to a single migrant population. Read more

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