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Personalizing Heart Health

Image: iStock/Natali_Mis   Personalizing Heart Health Genetic analysis links hormone GLP-1 with cardiovascular mortality risks By Eric Bender Harvard Medical School scientists at Joslin Diabetes Center have taken another step toward solving a long-standing puzzle about heart health in type …

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Short stories: Clever Hans by The Brothers Grimm

  Clever Hans by The Brothers Grimm   The mother of Hans said, “Whither away, Hans?” Hans answered, “To Grethel.” “Behave well, Hans.” “Oh, I’ll behave well. Good-bye, mother.” “Good-bye, Hans.” Hans comes to Grethel, “Good day, Grethel.” “Good day, …

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A Poem by John Milton: Sonnet 07

Sonnet 07 VII How soon hath Time the suttle theef of youth, Stoln on his wing my three and twentith yeer! My hasting dayes flie on with full career, But my late spring no bud or blossom shew’th, Perhaps my …

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Pulmonary fibrosis caused by single transcription factor

New therapeutic approach to treating idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis. A key factor in the development of the disease is low levels of activity of the FoxO3 transcription factor. Experiments on mice have shown that treatment with UCN-01 stops progression of the …

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A poem by Herman Melville: Formerly A Slave

  Formerly A Slave The sufferance of her race is shown, And retrospect of life, Which now too late deliverance dawns upon; Yet is she not at strife. Her children’s children they shall know The good withheld from her; And …

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Can computers help us synthesize new materials?

A new machine-learning system for analyzing materials “recipes” uses a variational autoencoder, which squeezes data (left-hand circles) down into a more compact form (center circles) before attempting to re-expand it into its original form (right-hand circles). If the autoencoder is …

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Prototype Space Sensors Take Test Ride on NASA ER-2

The view from NASA’s ER-2 flying at approximately 65,000 feet (19,812 meters) near a controlled fire burning near Flagstaff, Arizona, during the Aerosol Characterization from Polarimeter and Lidar (ACEPOL) airborne campaign on Nov. 7, 2017. Credit: NASA/Stu Broce   Prototype …

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Modeling the Effects of Wastewater Injection

Wastewater injected in an underground reservoir layer crossed by a fault triggers an earthquake. The earthquake rupture grows larger than the zone pressurized by water injection. Credit: Galis et al., and Thomas Willard/Caltech Graphic Resources   Modeling the Effects of …

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Wet Winters May Not Dampen Small Wildfires

A wet winter allows grasses to grow profusely, but during the next fire season, the abundant dried grass fuels more small wildfires. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Carol Rasmussen   Wet Winters May Not Dampen Small Wildfires NASA scientists conducting research on the connection …

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White noise tunes into learning potential

  White noise tunes into learning potential Listening to white noise can increase your ability to learn new words, a study by The University of Queensland has revealed. UQ School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences Dr Anthony Angwin said the …

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Hearing is believing in gene therapy’s promise

In a new Nature paper, a Rice University professor outlines a strategy that uses gene editing to slow the progression of a genetic hearing disease. Illustration by Xue (Sherry) Gao   Hearing is believing in gene therapy’s promise Mike Williams …

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Moroccan Lamb Tagine

  Moroccan Lamb Tagine Ready 3 hours Adapted from BBC Food and Drink Ingredients: 2 teaspoons Black Pepper; ground 2 tablespoons Paprika 2 tablespoons Ground ginger 1 tablespoon Turmeric 2 tablespoons Ground cinnamon 1 tablespoon Ground coriander 1 tablespoon Ground …

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