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If confirmed, the acting administrator and former coal lobbyist will permanently replace former boss Scott Pruitt.
The structure was the cornerstone of a UCLA conservation science center.
Researchers recovered audio recordings of the fish's mating calls in the eye of the storm.
Two different marketplaces for genetic data, Nebula and EncrypGen, recently launched with the promise of better protections for their users.
In kidney organoids, brain and muscle cells also develop.
Breslau found that interpersonal traumas, not just combat or natural disasters, can cause post-traumatic stress disorder.
Seven women are suing the university over alleged assault, harassment, and discrimination by three prominent scientists.
Researchers have outfitted brewer's yeast with light-harvesting semiconductors to boost chemical productivity.
In mice, seeing and smelling food causes immediate cellular changes that ready the liver to convert incoming amino acids to proteins.
This is the first time researchers have tested the use of the reprogrammed stem cells in the human brain.
Anthropogenic climate change and urbanization appear to boost rainfall and exacerbate flooding risks, according to two Nature papers.
A study of Danish adults reveals moderate changes in the abundance of multiple gut bacteria species, but the results might not be due to reduced gluten per se.
Liquid-like droplets containing DNA and proteins provide a model for researchers to study membraneless organization in the cell.
The study will examine the efficacy of four drugs--an antiviral and three monoclonal antibodies--that are already being used to treat patients in Democratic Republic of Congo.
Newly developed techniques could propel a field already advancing rapidly to complement modern medicine.
A case study of two patients with advanced cancer shows it might be possible to avoid a common and severe side effect of immunotherapy treatment.
Robert Wilkie, head of the US Department of Veterans Affairs, defends controversial research practices that have been heavily criticized by lawmakers on both sides of the aisle.