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The Water Wars of Arizona Jul 19th, 2018 04:57 UTC A small woman with a tight smile and a bright orange streak in her hair, Lori was immediately unnerved by the . “a gold-rush mentality,” which in the next five years yielded a dozen new vineyards, a
Animal Welfare Groups Are Building a Database of Every Cat in Washington, D.C. Jul 19th, 2018 09:56 UTC Exactly how many there are is the question a new . dozens of images of cats playing around with catnip.) That said, not all cats respond to catnip. According to Topper, an estimated 70 percent of ca
Can a Laugh Be Inherited? How Genes Define Who We Are (Jul 2018) National Geographic National Geographic When National Geographic caught up with Zimmer at Yale University, he explained why it’s impossible to predict what skin or hair color Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s children will have, how a book by an American geneticist underpinned Hitler’s mass .
Combing Through the Fishy Origins of Human Hair on 18th of Jul 2018 Smithsonian Smithsonian New research from the university suggests the first vertebrates to colonize dry land carried with them a souvenir from the sea: scales. . But for decades, scientists could not find the link, leading to the idea that mammals and birds may have .
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Crispr Can Speed Up Nature—and Change How We Grow Food (Jul 2018) WIRED WIRED Stout, with close-cropped hair and beard, Lippman was standing in a greenhouse in the middle of Long Island, surrounded by a profusion of rambunctiously bushy plants. “Don’t get me . Crispr/Cas-9. Lippman and Joyce Van Eck, his longtime collaborator .
Fur, Feathers, Hair, and Scales May Have the Same Ancient Origin (Jul 2018) Gizmodo Gizmodo New research shows that the processes involved in hair, fur, and feather growth are remarkably similar to the way scales grow on fish—a finding that points to a . The ancient armor of fish — scales — provide clues to hair, feather . Science Codex
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The ancient armor of fish — scales — provide clues to hair, feather development (Jul 2018) Science Daily Science Daily A new study, scheduled for online publication Tuesday in the journal eLife, examines the process as it occurs in a common laboratory genetics model, the zebrafish. “We’ve found that the molecular . We discovered profound similarities in the .
Why do we age? Communication inside your cells may offer clues Jul 19th, 2018 09:03 UTC Philly.com Philly.com In the new study, researchers starved lab-grown human cells and then looked to see how the mitochondria would respond. Using sophisticated microscopes, they were able to see a specific genetically encoded molecule move from the mitochondria into the .
Common, misdiagnosed, traumatic, taboo: PCOS’ hidden costs for women Jul 19th, 2018 15:01 UTC The Sydney Morning Herald The Sydney Morning Herald Scientists struggle to understand it. Doctors struggle to diagnose it, or to even know what to look for. And patients struggle to talk about it. But Australian researchers hope a new set of global guidelines will encourage women and their health .
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