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Newswise: Oysters and Clams Can be Farmed Together
Released: 2-Apr-2020 6:00 AM EDT
Oysters and Clams Can be Farmed Together
Rutgers University-New Brunswick

Eastern oysters and three species of clams can be farmed together and flourish, potentially boosting profits of shellfish growers, according to a Rutgers University–New Brunswick study. Though diverse groups of species often outperform single-species groups, most bivalve farms in the United States and around the world grow their crops as monocultures, notes the study in the journal Marine Ecology Progress Series.

Newswise:Video Embedded scientists-take-aim-at-the-coronavirus-toolkit
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Released: 2-Apr-2020 12:00 AM EDT
Scientists Take Aim at the Coronavirus Toolkit
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

PNNL scientist Garry Buchko is part of a nationwide network exploring the complex 3D structures of the 27 proteins of the novel coronavirus, each part of the molecular toolkit that the virus uses to infect, replicate and spread. Creating atomic-level pictures of the protein structures is a crucial first step toward mucking up the virus’s inner workings.

Released: 1-Apr-2020 4:20 PM EDT
CMS upgrade will shine light on Higgs boson
Cornell University

Cornell is leading a $77 million effort, beginning April 1, to upgrade the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) experiment at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN).

Released: 1-Apr-2020 2:50 PM EDT
Radiology, Engineering investigating ways to help Mayo Clinic during COVID-19 response
Mayo Clinic

A supply shortage of critical materials, such as ventilators, face shields and masks, is possible in the U.S. In response, several Mayo Clinic teams have reached out to colleagues to assess their current and expected needs. These teams also are determining how they could print critical medical supplies as part of the organization's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Released: 1-Apr-2020 2:20 PM EDT
Modern humans, Neanderthals share a tangled genetic history, study affirms
University at Buffalo

A new study reinforces the concept that Neanderthal DNA has been woven into the modern human genome on multiple occasions as our ancestors met Neanderthals time and again in different parts of the world.

Newswise: Ancient hominins had small brains like apes, but longer childhoods like humans
Released: 1-Apr-2020 2:00 PM EDT
Ancient hominins had small brains like apes, but longer childhoods like humans
University of Chicago Medical Center

Using precise imaging technology to scan fossil skulls, researchers found that as early as 3 million years ago, children had a long dependence on caregivers.

31-Mar-2020 3:05 PM EDT
Researchers Find Apelike Brain in Human Ancestor
Florida State University

New research from a team of anthropologists has found that a species widely accepted to be an ancestor to humans had a brain with characteristics of apes.

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26-Mar-2020 9:00 AM EDT
Homo naledi juvenile remains offers clues to how our ancestors grew up
PLOS

A partial skeleton of Homo naledi represents a rare case of an immature individual, shedding light on the evolution of growth and development in human ancestry, according to a study published April 1, 2020 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Debra Bolter of Modesto Junior College in California and the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, and colleagues.


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