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image: the second most-shared release included an image showing a reconstruction of how the grave with the woman may have looked.credit: the illustration is made by þórhallur þráinsson (© neil price).



managing western flower thrips | eurekalert! science news




pesticide evaluation is an important aspect of agricultural research providing useful information to farmers and professionals involved in the pesticide industry. different studies conducted on conventional broccoli cultivars against multiple species of aphids and lettuce against western flower thri...



report confirms 2016 was another warm year




a new report published in weather confirms that 2016 was another exceptionally warm year, with global temperature having reached 0.77± 0.09?c above its level between 1961 and 1990. although 2016 was not measurably warmer than 2015, both 2015 and 2016 were clearly warmer than any other year in the r...



hubble friday | eurekalert! science news




this beautiful clump of glowing gas, dark dust and glittering stars is the spiral galaxy ngc 4248, located about 24 million light-years away in the constellation of canes venatici (the hunting dogs).this image was produced by the nasa/esa hubble space telescope as it embarked upon compiling the firs...



how science has shaped the international response to climate change




the royal meteorological society is publishing a special issue in weather focused on the science of climatic change. one article in the issue reviews the use of scientific evidence in the development of the international response to climate change. the article examines how climate change became main...



is bone strength hereditary? | eurekalert! science news




a new study indicates that bone strength may be inherited and that its genetic determinants are to some extent shared with bone mineral density. the findings may be used to help inform other studies seeking to identify specific genetic variants underlying susceptibility to fractures. knowledge of mo...



recent generations are experiencing higher rates of arthritis




in an analysis of the canadian population born between the 1930s and 1960s, each succeeding generation had a higher prevalence of arthritis.the prevalence of arthritis increased over time especially in obese individuals. "overall increases due to obesity were partially offset by concurrent increases...



the society for integrative and comparative biology 2017 annual meeting




the society for integrative and comparative biology (sicb), an american institute of biological sciences member society, fosters research, education, public awareness, and understanding of living organisms from molecules and cells to ecology and evolution. for this episode of bioscience talks, we ch...



too many bats are being killed for research




the work of zoologists worldwide is often an important asset for biodiversity protection, but a new article notes that scientists kill many bats--even of threatened species--to study them.in the last 20 years, 222 studies mentioned the collection of 7482 bats of 376 species, mostly from south americ...



taylor swift's 'look what you made me do' video breaks adele's vevo 24-hour reco




another day, another new record set by taylor swift. the singer's new "look what you made me do" video is on track to break vevo's 24-hour record, which was most recently held by adele's "hello" video.swift's first official reputation-era music video is on its way to surpassing 30 million views in...



taylor swift's 'look what you made me do' video breaks adele's vevo 24-hour reco




another day, another new record set by taylor swift. the singer's new "look what you made me do" video is on track to break vevo's 24-hour record, which was most recently held by adele's "hello" video.swift's first official reputation-era music video is on its way to surpassing 30 million views in...



the dangers of driving after restricted sleep and moderate alcohol intake




in a recent study, combining moderate alcohol consumption (within legal limits for driving) and moderate sleep restriction led to greater drowsiness and increased deficits in attention, compared with either sleep restriction or alcohol intake alone. the synergistic effects lasted between 2 and 3 hou...



how animals glow (video) | eurekalert! science news




washington, aug. 14, 2017 -- fireflies, frogs, jellyfish, mushrooms and even parrots have the ability to emit light from their bodies. these creatures use either bioluminescence or fluorescence to put on their light shows. speaking of chemistry explains the chemistry behind these natural light sourc...



marker may improve lung cancer screening and detection




investigators have found a new marker that might be used for diagnosing a common form of lung cancer, especially at late stages.high expression of this marker, which is a particular circular rna, in blood and lung cancer tissue was linked with increased cell proliferation, migration, and invasion, w...



greater efforts are needed to promote biopesticides




there are a number of environmental and economic reasons to promote the development and use of biological compounds as pesticides. a new analysis finds that there are fewer biopesticides registered in the european union (eu) compared with the united states, india, brazil, and china. the relatively l...



being overweight linked to longer life in older diabetics




among older patients with diabetes, those who are overweight or obese may have a lower risk of dying prematurely than their normal weight counterparts. the finding comes from a recent analysis of published studies.in the journal of diabetes investigation analysis of 20 studies with 250,016 patients ...



time between pregnancies may affect autism risk




investigators have found a link between the amount of time between pregnancies and autism spectrum disorder in children. the findings are published in autism research. autism spectrum disorder was increased in second and later-born children who were conceived less than 18 months or 60 or more months...



oral bacteria may help forensic scientists estimate time since death




accurately determining the time since death is an important aspect of forensic sciences and casework. new research indicates that this might be achieved by examining changes in the bacterial communities of the mouth that occur after death.three donated individuals (one male and two females) were stu...



resident physician is shaped by a difficult patient's life and death




when a patient dies in the early years of a resident's training, the resident gains insights into the complicated relationships that can mark patients' lives and deaths. although she had a conflicted relationship with her insensitive patient, the resident finds that the experience taught her to reac...



michelle branch breaks free - mtv




do you remember michelle branch? you know, the singer-songwriter who made the classic early-2000s pop-rock albums the spirit room and hotel paper, won a grammy for a santana collaboration, and could also casually stop time? that michelle branch. after 14 years without a solo full-length release, the...



granular material conductivity increases in mysterious ways under pressure




in a recent study published in epj e, a french team of physicists made systematic measurements of the electrical resistance -- which is inversely related to conductivity -- of metallic, oxidised granular materials in a single 1d layer and in 3d, under compression. mathieu creyssels from the ecole ce...



technology may help increase number of kidneys transplanted




many deceased donor kidneys are declined for transplantation because of concerns over their quality, but a new bjs (british journal of surgery) study found that a technique called normothermic machine perfusion can assess the quality of a kidney and determine its suitability for transplantation. "of...



new model may provide insights on neurocognitive disorders caused by hiv




hiv infects certain cells in the brain called microglia, and infected microglia release toxic and inflammatory molecules that can impair or kill surrounding neurons. researchers have been limited in their ability to study hiv in microglia, but in a new febs journal study, investigators developed a n...



review sheds light on prostate orgasms




a new clinical anatomy review notes that stimulating the prostate via the rectal wall can create ecstatic feelings in men that are exceptionally pleasurable, often surpassing those obtained by stimulation of the penis. the review also describes what we know about the anatomy and physiology of the pr...



can sleep quality and burnout affect shift-work nurses' job performance?




in a journal of advanced nursing study, female gender and personal burnout were linked with impaired sleep quality among nurses. also, working in the psychiatric setting, working a long cycle shift pattern, and experiencing daytime dysfunction were associated with burnout. a significant negative ass...