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Arrested Development Because Of Sedimentation Arrested Development Because Of Sedimentation
  • October 31st, 2014
  • Australian researchers have found that suspended sedimentation in coastal environments prolongs the development of local fish larvae.

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Featured Research

Arrested Development Because Of Sedimentation

Arrested Development Because Of Sedimentation

Australian researchers have found that suspended sedimentation in coastal environments prolongs the development of local fish larvae.

Ultra-thin 3D Displays For The Future

Ultra-thin 3D Displays For The Future

Researchers have developed a three-dimensional liquid crystal display which is thinner and more energy efficient.

Many Herbal Meds Contaminated With Mold

Many Herbal Meds Contaminated With Mold

A study of herbal medicines in Pakistan shows that many are contaminated with toxic molds.

Revolutionary New Tool For Joining Peptides

Revolutionary New Tool For Joining Peptides

Scientists at NTU have discovered an enzyme that can join peptides 10,000 times faster than before.

Moving In The Quantum World

Moving In The Quantum World

Understanding how quantum particles move could help further the development of quantum computing.

Making 3D Metamaterials With A Natural Bent

Making 3D Metamaterials With A Natural Bent

RIKEN scientists have developed a method to fabricate three dimensional isotropic metamaterials of up to 4 mm by 4 mm in size.

Observing DNA In A Tiny Worm

Observing DNA In A Tiny Worm

Super-resolution microscopes have shed light on the importance of the protein PP4 in meiosis, the process that gives rise to sex cells.

Tackling The Genetic Culprits of Obesity

Tackling The Genetic Culprits of Obesity

A Singaporean research team has developed novel inhibitors that selectively fight the actions of obesity-linked genes.

Harnessing Nature’s Design To Reduce Chemo Side-Effects

Harnessing Nature’s Design To Reduce Chemo Side-Effects

Using a naturally occurring protein, scientists have designed a drug nanocarrier that can deliver high doses of cancer drugs to tumors.

Sunshine May Slow Onset Of Diabetes & Weight Gain

Sunshine May Slow Onset Of Diabetes & Weight Gain

Exposure to sunlight suppressed weight gain and early signs of diabetes in mice fed a high fat diet.