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Article ID: 689880

Remembering Really Fast

Department of Energy, Office of Science

Colossal magnetoresistance at terahertz frequencies in thin composites boosts novel memory devices operated at extremely high speed.

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Article ID: 689926

Threatened Shorebird Species Faces Increased Peril

Rutgers University-New Brunswick

Scientists from Rutgers University–New Brunswick and elsewhere documented fewer than 10,000 red knot shorebirds in Chile in January, down from more than 13,000 a year earlier.

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Article ID: 689952

MD Anderson Receives $22 Million in CPRIT Funding for Research, Prevention and Recruitment

University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center

The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center was awarded $22.3 million from the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT), accounting for 30 percent of the $73.5 million in awards CPRIT announced today. The awards included $16.3 million for individual investigator research including awards for cancer in children and adolescents, computational biology, clinical translation, and prevention and early detection. MD Anderson also received $2 million for recruitment and $4 million for a colorectal cancer prevention coalition award.

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Article ID: 689951

Olympics Scholar Studies Doping, Co-Directs International Network for Doping Research

California State University, Fullerton

John Gleaves, who conducts research on doping in sports, comments on the Russian Federation's ban from the 2018 Winter Games and the involvement of government officials in doping.

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Article ID: 689942

Testing Lithium Battery Limitations May Improve Safety and Lifetimes

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Researchers are using neutrons to study a battery material that could offer a safer alternative to the flammable liquid component found in most types of lithium-ion batteries.

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Article ID: 689934

Climate Warming Causes Local Extinction of Rocky Mountain Wildflower Species

University of Colorado Boulder

New University of Colorado Boulder-led research has established a causal link between climate warming and the localized extinction of a common Rocky Mountain flowering plant, a result that could serve as a herald of future population declines.

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Article ID: 689920

Hunting for Neutrinos: When the Ordinary Is Unexpected

Department of Energy, Office of Science

Neutrinos are the most abundant particles in the universe and could reveal insight into physics beyond the Standard Model. However, they’re incredibly difficult to detect. While most neutrino detectors are very large, two experiments supported by the Department of Energy at Oak Ridge National Laboratory are poised to demonstrate that even modest neutrino experiments can make big discoveries.

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Climate Warming Causes Local Extinction of Rocky Mountain Wildflower Species

University of Colorado Boulder

New University of Colorado Boulder-led research has established a causal link between climate warming and the localized extinction of a common Rocky Mountain flowering plant, a result that could serve as a herald of future population declines.

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Article ID: 689928

Scientists Use Tiny Diamond Anvils to Put Squeeze on Materials

University of Chicago

Scientists have turned tiny bits of diamond and super-hard specks into “molecular anvils” that squeeze and twist molecules until chemical bonds break and atoms exchange electrons. They believe the method­ offers a new way to perform chemistry research at the molecular level that is greener, more efficient and much more precise.

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