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Discovery of distinctive channel and flow calculations suggest fast and furious flow formed the sea.
Computer screening reveals possible drugs the H1N1 and H5N1 flu viruses wouldn’t be able to resist.
The newly installed wide field camera captured several thousand new galaxies.
The structure of snowflakes can help researchers determine the state of ground-level ozone.
While a tumor may be composed of billions of cells, only a tiny fraction break away and spread.
On way to providing relief, depression medication modifies certain traits.
Study shows smiles and scowls provide cues for gender identification
New technology could produce lightweight and simple energy storage using nanotubes and paper.
For the seventh year, CO2 emissions have increased among industrialized countries.
The phone's touch-screen, microphone, GPS and accelerometer can all be used to generate sounds.