(NaturalNews) The entire editorial board of the Washington Post functions as a group of hilarious quack science Monsanto operatives pretending to be engaged in reporting real news. It's so bad that key articles published by the Post now appear to be "written" by Monsanto, with the "Greenwashington Post" parroting Monsanto's quack corporate "science" talking points. Nowhere is this more . Maybe Entine can get a new job writing GMO lies for the Washington Post!)
A group of Cambridge computer scientists have set a new gold standard for openness and reproducibility in research by sharing the more than 200GB of data and 20000 lines of code behind their latest results - an unprecedented degree of Computer science has embraced open access more than many disciplines, with some publishers sub-licensing publications and allowing authors to publish them in open archives. .. Feature Stories · Weblog & Reports · Archive.
But a paper published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) Early Edition by a group from the University of Leeds and University of York unlocks its meaning and demonstrates that jamming the code can disrupt virus assembly. It is like finding a secret message within an ordinary news report and then being able to crack the whole coding system behind it. We have now proved that those computer models work in real viral messages.".
Spanish scientists from the U. of Granada and the Azti-Tecnalia technology centre have designed a type of lactose protein which is easier to digest by humans, and which could lower the allergenicity of milk. "In this project, which has been published in the journal Soft Matter, we have used a type of lactose protein modified by means of a treatment with pulsed light, a method of bacterial inactivation which is widely used in the food industry, but never before used to
Supported by funding from the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health, the research also indicates that the Neanderthal nasal complex was not adaptively inferior to that of modern humans, and of specialists published their findings on the Neanderthal nasal complex in the November issue of The Anatomical Record, which is part of a special issue on The Vertebrate Nose: Evolution, Structure, and Function (now online). . Related Stories
genus of carnivorous plants, possess the smallest genomes known in plants. To elucidate genomic evolution in the group as a whole, researchers have now surveyed a wider range of species, and found a new record-holder.
An initial divergence between the Ainu and Beijing group was dated to approximately 20,000 years ago, while evidence of genetic mixing occurred 5,000 to 7,000 years ago, older than estimates from the archaeological records, Related Stories. Sunlight adaptation region of Neanderthal genome found in up to 65 percent of modern East Asian population. Dec 17, 2013. With the Neanderthal genome now published, for the first time, scientists have a rich new
UNSW scientists have achieved a world first, publishing the complete DNA sequence of the Queensland fruit fly – a development that will improve both biosecurity and methods for controlling this global horticultural pest. small genetic differences it will be much easier than usual to pinpoint the genetic basis for different traits, such as reproduction, physical characteristics, host fruit preferences, attraction to odours, and potential to invade new areas. Related Stories
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