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Study identifies gene variants linked to severe schizophrenia

Dec 14, 2021
Researchers have found that individuals who suffer from the most severe form of schizophrenia have a significantly higher number of rare mutations than more typical forms of the illness.

Trees are biggest methane 'vents' in wetland areas: Study

Dec 7, 2021
Researchers at the University of Birmingham have found that most of the methane gas emitted from Amazon wetlands regions is vented into the atmosphere via tree root systems - with significant emissions occurring even when the ground is not flooded.

Arctic Ocean started getting warmer decades earlier

Nov 25, 2021
A new study has suggested that the Arctic Ocean has been getting warmer since the beginning of the 20th century - decades earlier than the records have previously suggested.

Warmer soil stores less carbon: Study

Nov 18, 2021
Global warming will cause the world's soil to release carbon, new research shows.

Study finds anxiety cues in brain despite safe environment

Nov 15, 2021
Researchers have used a virtual-reality environment to understand the impact of anxiety on the brain and how brain regions interact with one another to shape behaviour.

Role of gene associated with Alzheimer's disease in brain's immune cells

Nov 13, 2021
Indiana University School of Medicine researchers investigated how the immune cells in the brain — microglia— relate to a gene mutation recently found in Alzheimer's disease patients.

Researchers recreate deep-Earth conditions to see how iron copes with extreme stress

Nov 12, 2021
New observations of the atomic structure of iron reveal it undergoes 'twinning' under extreme stress and pressure.

NASA's SpaceX Crew-3 astronauts head to ISS

Nov 11, 2021
NASA's SpaceX">SpaceX Crew-3 astronaut team led by PIO Raja Chari are in orbit following their launch to the space-station">International Space Station on the third commercial crew rotation mission aboard the microgravity laboratory.

High cell membrane tension constrains spread of cancer, finds study

Nov 9, 2021
The membranes of cancer cells are more pliant than the membranes of normal cells.

Study finds it takes cellular teamwork to heal intestine

Nov 4, 2021
Researchers at Baylor College of Medicine have uncovered how the lining of the intestines heals itself after infection with rotavirus.




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