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A new theory developed at Purdue University may solve the mystery of why the New Madrid fault, which lies in the middle of the continent and not along a tectonic plate boundary, produces large earthqu
A protein Mec1 in yeast safeguards the yeast cells genome during replication - a process vulnerable to errors when DNA is copied - according to new Cornell research.
Two powerful new tests developed by Harvard psychologists show great promise in predicting patients risk of attempting suicide, researchers say Two new tests help to diagnose patients at risk

a series of fatal airliner crashes due to microburst wind shear between 1975 and 1985, NASA and the FAA researched the phenomenon and paved the way for the mandatory wind shear detection systems

Water ice rich crater was identified by Mni-RF of NASA on board Chandrayaan-1, Indian Spacecraft now confirmed by LRO

Something unknown is causing a strange, symmetrical structure in the charged-particle environment around Rhea, Saturns second-largest moon. But contrary to 2008 reports, its not a system of rings.
A type of prostate cell that has been largely ignored by cancer researchers can, in fact, trigger malignant prostate cancer, according to new studies by Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) scientis
A type of prostate cell that has been largely ignored by cancer researchers can, in fact, trigger malignant prostate cancer, according to new studies by Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) scientis