Researchers at the University of Arkansas have discovered and characterized a new organism that will help scientists understand the molecular mechanisms and ancestral genetic toolkit that enabled animals and fungi to evolve Brown, now a biology professor at Mississippi State University, is the lead author of the study, which was published August 28 in Proceedings of the Royal Society B. "The importance . Feature Stories · Latest news · Week's top · Archive.
News. by Matt Miller on August 04, 2015 at 04:40 PM. 187,048 Views. 54. We recently visited Bungie for an in-depth look at Destiny: The Taken King, coming away with all sorts of details about the upcoming release. One of the most surprising changes is coming to what is arguably Destiny's most We have additional details about the Ghost in this month's cover story, including ways in which the character now presents a new optional avenue into learning about Destiny's lore.
Cui's group worked on the first reaction, developing a new cadre of porous materials for water splitting. They notably used earth abundant metal oxides, which are inexpensive. The oxides also are very stable, undergoing the
A new initiative aims to build a grand tree of life that brings together everything scientists know about how all living things are related, from the tiniest bacteria to the tallest tree. Thanks in large part to advances in DNA sequencing, thousands of new phylogenetic trees are published in scientific journals each year —most of them focused on isolated branches of the tree of life, for everything from birds to Sundew discovery on Facebook makes plant science news.
A new paper by a team of researchers that includes Haifeng Gao, an assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry at the University of Notre Dame, presents, for the first time, a one-pot, one-batch synthesis of hyperbranched . In addition, the reaction of monomer in polymerization showed accelerated reaction of the two B groups, producing hyperbranched polymers with high degree of branching (DB) = 0.83. . Feature Stories · Latest news · Week's top · Archive.
The new algorithm, called SPAdes, can be used to sequence bacteria that can't be submitted to standard cloning techniques—what researchers refer to as the dark matter of life, from pathogens found in hospitals, Last fall, Pevzner's group, in collaboration with single-cell sequencing pioneer Roger Lasken at the J. Craig Venter Institute and researchers at Illumina Inc., developed the first software capable of handling single-cell sequencing. Related Stories
Jeff Benca is an admitted über-geek when it comes to prehistoric plants, so it was no surprise that, when he submitted a paper describing a new species of long-extinct lycopod for publication, he ditched the standard line Today, lycopods are represented by a group of inconspicuous plants called club mosses, quillworts and spikemosses. Both living and extinct lycopods Sundew discovery on Facebook makes plant science news. 12 hours ago Related Stories
Indeed, in the short span of 30 minutes between that brief interview and the publication of this story, several of the Impact Team's Web links were no longer responding. “We're not denying this happened,” Biderman said.
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