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Amazon Basin, forest and wildlife ecology, Tropical Forests, rain forests, Archeaology, Climate, Satellite Archaeology, soil, terra preta, Amazonian Dark Earths

UNH Researchers Find Human Impact on Forest Still Evident After 500 Years

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Tropical forests span a huge area, harbor a wide diversity of species, and are important to water and nutrient cycling. Researchers used high-tech tools to more precisely view where these cleared sites were and the lasting impact they had on the rainforest in the South American Amazon Basin.

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Contraception, reproductive knowledge, Sex Education

Study Finds Adult Contraceptive Use Linked to Teen Knowledge

Bowling Green State University Associate Professor of sociology Dr. Karen Guzzo and an Ohio State University researcher analyzed data that establishes a long-term linkage between adolescent reproductive knowledge and attitude and adult contraceptive behavior. The study appears in the January 2018 issue of Maternal and Child Health Journal.

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Researchers at Sandia Work on New Way to Image Brain

Sandia National Laboratories researchers want to use small magnetic sensors to image the brain in a way that’s simpler and less expensive than the magnetoencephalography system now used.

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APA Releases New Journal Article Reporting Standards

As part of its promotion of greater transparency and the assessment of rigor in psychological science, the American Psychological Association has released new Journal Article Reporting Standards for researchers seeking to publish in in scholarly journals.

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Arthroplasty, Joint Replacement, Infection, next generation sequencing, periprosthetic joint infection, Antibiotics

Novel Method of Isolating Infecting Organisms After Joint Replacement

Next-generation Genomic Sequencing could help identify infecting organisms and guide treatment for patients with joint-replacement infection

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Biological and Environmental Research, biological and environmental sciences, Xanthos, hydrologic model, hydrologic cycle, hydrologic modeling, Hydrologic Sciences, Journal of Open Research Software, integrated assessment, PNNL, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Water, Software, water availability, Runoff, River, Rivers, Streams, streams and rivers, Ope

Exploring Past, Present, and Future Water Availability Regionally, Globally

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New open-source software simulates river and runoff resources.

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New Research Finds Drinking 100% Fruit Juice Does Not Affect Blood Sugar Levels

New research shows that 100% juice has no impact on blood sugar levels.

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Discuss Endodontics’ Hottest Topics at Higher Elevation During AAE18

Registration is now open for AAE18, the annual meeting of the American Association of Endodontists, taking place April 25-28 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. The world's largest education, exhibit and networking event for endodontists, AAE18 features a broad range of speakers, great variety of program formats and exciting special events.

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Why Some of Your Old Work Commitments Never Seem to Go Away

You can quit work commitments if you want – but some of them never really leave you, new research suggests. In a study of 420 employees representing a wide variety of occupations and work settings at three organizations, researchers found that commitments that workers no longer had were still lingering in their minds.

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T Cell, Immunotherapy, Biomaterials, Cellular therapies, Mechanosensing, Cancer

Bioengineered Soft Microfibers Improve T-Cell Production

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Columbia biomedical engineers design a new, biomaterials-based system that takes a soft approach to improving cell manufacturing and may bring new hope to cancer patients for T-cell therapy.







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