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Article ID: 692990

Your Immune System Holds the Line Against Repeat Invaders, Thanks to This Molecule

Scripps Research Institute

This new insight may allow researchers to design drugs that improve immune responses to vaccines.

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17-Apr-2018 2:05 PM EDT
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Article ID: 692991

Smooth Dance Moves Confirm New Bird-of-Paradise Species

Cornell University

Newly publicized audiovisuals support full species status for one of the dancing birds-of-paradise in New Guinea.

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Article ID: 692979

How Coastal Surveillance Could Benefit from Enterprise Information Sharing

Homeland Security's Science & Technology Directorate

Today, the Integrated Maritime Domain Enterprise - Coastal Surveillance System (IMDE-CSS) has evolved well beyond the initial information-gathering requirement into an information-sharing capability.

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Article ID: 692972

Multidisciplinary Study Provides New Insights About French Revolution

Indiana University

New research from experts in history, computer science and cognitive science shines fresh light on the French Revolution, showing how rhetorical and institutional innovations won acceptance for the ideas that built the French republic's foundation and inspired future democracies.

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Article ID: 692963

Researchers Establish Link Between Hormone, Generosity in Birds

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

A new experimental study from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has found that administering a naturally produced hormone to pinyon jays can increase food sharing among the highly social species.

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Article ID: 692959

Six Indonesians Plead Guilty for Trespass in Malaysian Wildlife Crime Hotspot

Wildlife Conservation Society

Six Indonesians pleaded guilty yesterday to charges for trespassing into the Lanjak-Entimau Wildlife Sanctuary, a hotspot for wildlife crime including the illegal extraction of internationally protected agarwood.

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17-Apr-2018 11:05 AM EDT
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Article ID: 692707

Understanding Mercury’s Magnetic Tail

American Institute of Physics (AIP)

Theoretical physicists used simulations to explain the unusual readings collected in 2009 by the Mercury Surface, Space Environment, Geochemistry, and Ranging mission. The origin of energetic electrons detected in Mercury’s magnetic tail has puzzled scientists. This new study, appearing in Physics of Plasmas, provides a possible solution to how these energetic electrons form.

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Article ID: 692661

Machine Learning Techniques May Reveal Hidden Cause-Effect Relationships in Protein Dynamics Data

American Institute of Physics (AIP)

Machine learning algorithms excel at finding complex patterns within big data, so researchers often use them to make predictions. Researchers are pushing the technology beyond finding correlations to help uncover hidden cause-effect relationships and drive scientific discoveries. At the University of South Florida, researchers are integrating machine learning techniques into their work studying proteins. As they report in The Journal of Chemical Physics, one of their main challenges has been a lack of methods to identify cause-effect relationships in data obtained from molecular dynamics simulations.

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Article ID: 692499

Performing under Pressure: Modeling Oxidation in High-Stress Materials

American Institute of Physics (AIP)

Each year, the effects of corroding materials sap more than $1 trillion from the global economy. As certain alloys are exposed to extreme stress and temperatures, an oxide film begins to form, causing the alloys to break down even more quickly. What precisely makes these conditions so conducive for corrosion, however, remains poorly understood, especially in microelectromechanical devices. Chinese researchers have started to chip away at why these materials corrode under mechanical stress; they describe their work in the Journal of Applied Physics.

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