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a substance that acts as a sunscreen for the microscopic spores of a fungus, brightening prospects for wider use of the fungus as a means of wiping out insect pests that attack food crops based on Soy
A new battery-like device that opens the possibility that people one day could recharge cell phones, laptops, and other portable electronics in an unlikely way ¯ with a sugar fix from a shared sip o
Tight double-star systems might not be the best places for life to spring up, according to a new study using data from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope.
Future missions, whether to the Moon, an asteroid, Mars or other location, will need this capability to land safely near specific resources that are located in potentially hazardous terrain
Eating certain polyphenols decreased the amount of iron the body absorbs, which can increase the risk of developing an iron deficiency.
Helicase enzymes are best known for “unzipping” DNA for replication, but have many other functions for DNA repair and maintenance. The Illinois team focused on a particular bacterial helicase called P
Repeatedly boosting brain levels of one natural painkiller soon shuts down the brain cell receptors that respond to it, so that the painkilling effect is lost,
just two 8-ounce glasses of the stuff, taken before meals, enables people to shed pounds. An appetite-control agent that requires no prescription, has no common side effects,