Women gain weight when job demands are high

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Heavy pressures at work seem to predispose women to weight gain, irrespective of whether they have received an academic education. This is shown in a study...

Antireflection coating makes plastic invisible

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Antireflection (AR) coatings on plastics have a multitude of practical applications, including glare reduction on eyeglasses, computer monitors and the display on your smart-phone when outdoors. Now, researchers at Penn State have developed an...

Exercise benefits brains and changes blood flow in older adults

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Exercise training alters brain blood flow and improves cognitive performance in older adults, though not in the way you might think. A new study published by...

Forest soils need many decades to recover from fires and logging

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A landmark study from The Australian National University (ANU) has found that forest soils need several decades to recover from bushfires and logging - much longer than previously thought. Lead researcher Elle Bowd from the...

Artificial intelligence applied to the genome identifies an unknown human ancestor

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By combining deep learning algorithms and statistical methods, investigators from the Institute of Evolutionary Biology (IBE), the Centro Nacional de AnĂ¡lisis GenĂ³mico (CNAG-CRG) of the Centre...

Scientists turn carbon emissions into usable energy

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A recent study, affiliated with UNIST has developed a system that produces electricity and hydrogen (H2) while eliminating carbon dioxide (CO2), which is the main contributor...

A new low-latency congestion control for cellular networks

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Heavy traffic on narrow roads could be one of the leading causes of traffic congestion and this applies to communication networks, as well. If more data...

Mystery orbits in outermost reaches of solar system not caused by ‘Planet Nine’

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The strange orbits of some objects in the farthest reaches of our solar system, hypothesised by some astronomers to be shaped by an unknown ninth planet, can instead be explained by the combined gravitational...

Scientists forecast where is the highly invasive fall armyworm to strike next

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Known to be feeding on many economically important crops cultured across the world, including maize, rice, sugarcane, sorghum, beet, tomato, potato, cotton and pasture grasses, the larvae of the native to the Americas fall...

Drones shown to make traffic crash site assessments safer, faster and more accurate

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Idling in a long highway line of slowed or stopped traffic on a busy highway can be more than an inconvenience for drivers and highway safety...
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