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Self-cannibalizing mitochondria may set stage for ALS development
Study provides strong framework for 1 billion years of green plant evolution
Northwestern to convene international scholars on archiving black arts
65 ways to end HIV epidemic
Watching materials crystallize
Pre-programmed microfluidic systems offer new control capabilities
Turning plastic trash into treasure
New treatment may reverse celiac disease
Highest-throughput 3D printer is future of manufacturing
Have a vexing problem? Sleep on it
Scholars to examine life and work of James Cone, founder of black theology
Bioelectronic implant could prevent opioid deaths
New research furthers understanding about what shapes human gut microbiome
Accurate lymphoma prognosis from a simple blood test
New tool provides critical information for addressing global water crisis
Catching evolution in act
Tiny, biocompatible nanolaser could function inside living tissues
New center aims to improve pursuit of scientific discovery through advanced analytics, artificial intelligence
Women grossly underrepresented in music industry
Gem-like nanoparticles of precious metals shine as catalysts
Solving longstanding mystery of how friction leads to static electricity
Afterglow sheds light on nature, origin of neutron star collisions
Sponsored research funding up to nearly $800M
Evidence suggests rare deer lived 50 years beyond ‘extinction’
Mastercard Names New Executive Vice President, Global Communications
Right-wing WhatsApp users in Brazil are louder, more active, more effective
Spaceflight consistently affects gut
Are Attitudes Contagious?
Study: Peer influence, social networks might be leveraged to aid gun violence reduction efforts
ALS drug grant to spur drug discovery at Northwestern
Nanoparticles’ movement reveals whether they can successfully target cancer
Sesame allergy is more common than previously recognized, study says
Police officers’ exposure to peers accused of misconduct shapes their subsequent behavior
Resilient shark spines may inform treatment for human bone disease
Multiple Dosing of Long-Acting Rilpivirine in a Model of HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)
Slowing metabolism can prevent detrimental effects of genetic mutations
America’s packaged food supply is ultra-processed