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Every disease has a protein basis.
101 articles from MONDAY 19.6.2023
Every disease has a protein basis.
The African continent faces a multitude of challenges, and food security is among the most pressing. New research by an international team of researchers sheds light on the challenges and opportunities facing the African continent in securing sufficient food supplies with a particular focus on rice.
Misconceptions and stereotypes about the role of dads in family life are not only rife but are setting men up to fail, according to a family relationship expert, who claims millions of families are being hurt as a result.
At a time when LGBTQ+ rights are increasingly the subject of public discussion, it is important to consider the effect on those who share an affinity with that community. Rensselaer researchers Billur Aksoy and Ian Chadd have conducted an experiment to determine whether individuals strategically mask signals about their affinity with the LGBTQ+ community in response to anticipated discrimination.
Researchers have now found out how to stop the formation of harmful acrylamides when deep-frying potatoes to make potato chips.
A research team from the Hefei Institutes of Physical Science of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) has developed an analysis service platform called CRISPRimmunity, which was an interactive web server for identifying important molecular events related to CRISPR and regulators of genome editing systems. The study is published in Nucleic Acids Research.
De facto decriminalization of drug possession may be a good first step in addressing the disproportionate impact of an overburdened United States criminal justice system on the Black community.
Areas of Kaikōura's seabed show promising signs of recovery just four years after the 2016 earthquake, says NIWA.
States' to-do lists just got a little longer: Decide how—or whether—to oversee building, planting and water quality in some wetland areas.
Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr., the latest scion of the Kennedy clan to seek the presidency, has a set of unusual fans: some of the most influential tech executives and investors in America. Kennedy's strong anti-vaccine views are, for this group, a sideshow.
On a recent morning about an hour outside Phoenix, the pounding of tribal drums reverberated across the desert from a stand of oaks in the Tonto National Forest, where nearly 20 men had packed into a squat green sweat lodge to pray.
Global support for one of the cheapest and most powerful climate actions is accelerating—and it couldn't come at a more urgent time.
A North Carolina town was hit June 16 by its eight earthquake in just over three weeks, which means there's an old fault line that's now active, the U.S. Geological Survey says.
In a new study, researchers of the Complexity Science Hub highlight the connecting elements between traditional financial market research and econophysics. "We want to create an overview of the models that exist in financial economics and those that researchers in physics and mathematics have developed so that everybody can benefit from it," explains Matthias Raddant from the Complexity Science...
El Niño has returned.
To be able to self-determine is to be able to control one's own life and tell one's own story—an ability that people who were enslaved in the U.S. did not legally have before the Emancipation Proclamation (1862) or the 13th and 14th amendments. The ability to purchase land, not just work it, represented Black Americans' hard-won and newfound ability to self-determine.
Non-typhoidal Salmonella (NTS) is a major cause of human salmonellosis globally. Food animals are major NTS reservoirs. An increase in antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in foodborne NTS has led to clinical treatment failures. To examine the prevalence and perform characterization of foodborne NTS with AMR in China, the authors of a newly published article in Zoonoses tested the antimicrobial...
Would you be able to identify what emotions your pet is feeling? A team of cognitive neuroscience and animal behavior scientists have discovered that cat and dog owners perceive a variety of emotional states in their animals, ranging from simple to complex.
A new study from the University of Eastern Finland and the University of Vaasa sheds light on how digital-based start-ups, and especially platform businesses, can make use of digital artifacts in their international endeavors and business development. The study is published in the Global Strategy Journal.
Gravity-based structures may offer a porpoise and dolphin-friendly construction alternative to traditional pile-driven wind turbine foundations, new research suggests.