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Sea Lampreys Rewrite Our Understanding of Vertebrate Brain Evolution

A new study from the Krumlauf laboratory shows that the hindbrain of humans and jawless sea lamprey is built using a similar molecular and genetic toolkit. This discovery implies that these molecular features were present in the common ancestor of all vertebrates today.
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Magnolia Berry Compound Shows Promise for Colon Cancer in Preclinical Models

A new study has discovered a naturally occurring compound found in a fruit has the potential to be an effective alternative treatment for colon cancer.
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A New Approach To Target and Destroy Leukemia Stem Cells

Scientists at City of Hope, one of the largest cancer research and treatment organizations in the United States, have devised an innovative approach to target and destroy hard-to-kill leukemia stem cells.
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Sea Cucumbers Keep Coral Healthy

Researchers have discovered a crucial missing element that plays a profound role in keeping coral healthy — an animal of overlooked importance known as a sea cucumber.
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Platform Developed To Enhance Drug Discovery

In a new study, researchers describe the development of a new technological platform that will enhance the accuracy and efficiency of drug discovery related to a large family of important pharmacological targets.
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Antarctica Began Thinning in the 1940s

New research has revealed that the Thwaites and Pine Island glaciers in Antarctica have been thinning and retreating since the 1940s.
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Human and Canine Meningiomas Are Genetically Similar

Researchers have discovered genetic similarities between common brain tumors in humans and dogs, opening the door for collaborations between human and animal medicine.
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Researchers Set New World Record for CIGS Solar Cell Efficiency

Uppsala University is the new world record holder for electrical energy generation from CIGS solar cells. The new world record is 23.64 per cent efficiency.
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Researchers Hack 3D Printer To Fabricate Components for Bioelectronics

Hacking a 3D printer has boosted the speed of innovation in bioelectronics, as researchers report a simple way to fabricate electrochemical transistors for bioelectronics.
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Relaxing Words Can Slow the Heart Rate Down During Sleep

This discovery reveals that the sleeping body also reacts to the external world during sleep, explaining how some information from the sensory environment can affect sleep quality.
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