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Green Tea Compound Aids Tumor-Suppressing, DNA-Repairing Protein
Green Tea Compound Aids p53, “Guardian of Genome” and Tumor Suppressor
Red Cross responds to Perth Hills bushfire emergency
Bushfire information for pet owners
Bushfire advice for pet owners
Fire emergency underway in City of Swan
Researchers identify two factors in experience of otherworldly phenomena
All-purpose dinosaur opening reconstructed for first time
Research reveals how airflow inside a car may affect COVID-19 transmission risk
Study examines role of mobile health technology in monitoring Covid-19 patients
Assault after minor traffic collision in Fremantle
That’s a Wrap: Protein ‘Burritos’ Stabilize Vaccines
UNE Center for Global Humanities presents “The Psychology of Courage and Inaction”
IOP Publishing’s International Quantum Technology award winners are announced
Monique Roelofs appointed Professor of Philosophy of Art and Culture
Shrinking deep learning’s carbon footprint
Talbot/Avoca Road works recommence
Greenland bedrock drilling project to understand past, future ice sheet melting
Different tracks, same dinosaurs: Brown researchers dig deeper into dinosaur movements
New $2.9M grant to fund science and religion research
UCLA machine-learning model is helping CDC predict spread of COVID-19
Early Bird uses 10 times less energy to train deep neural networks
Bumblebee disease, reproduction shaped by flowering strip plants
WSU selects Elizabeth Chilton as next provost
First results from NASA’s ICESat-2 map 16 years of melting ice sheets
Reducing carbon footprint of artificial intelligence
In Earth’s largest extinction, land die-offs began long before ocean turnover
Pablo Escobar’s hippos might have helped to restore local ecological diversity
New Research on an Important Little Fish
Talbot/Avoca Road Stage Two works commence
Optical Society Names Kei May Lau 2020 Nick Holonyak Jr. Award Recipient
Ethnic minority candidates face bias during UK elections
Cornell co-leads effort to use big data to combat catastrophes
Research Helps Show Limited Effects of Native Americans on Landscape in Pre-Pilgrim New England
Microbubble findings could reduce chemical, water use in food processing
Ancient events are still impacting mammals worldwide
Bending an Organic Semiconductor Can Boost Electrical Flow
Stanford, UMass Amherst develop algorithms that train AI to avoid specific misbehaviors
Soft double gyroids are unique, but imperfect, crystals
Early humans evolved in ecosystems unlike any found today
CDC Funds Carnegie Mellon’s Flu Forecasting Center
New 3D-printed lattice designs defy conventional wisdom on metamaterials
UConn Ranked in U.S. News Top 25; Academic Quality Consistently Strong
Researchers flip how electrical signals move liquid droplets
From streams to teams
Snagging ‘job of year’
New Laws of Attraction: Scientists Print Magnetic Liquid Droplets
A new way of making complex structures in thin films