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Meal times drive critical circadian rhythms

When you eat may affect your health as much aswhat you eat, say Salk Institute researchers who discovered that the body’s critical metabolic functions are mostly controlled by food intake, and not by the body’s circadian clock as was previously believed. “If feeding time determines the activity of a large number of genes completely independent […]

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Evolution Appears To Be A Start-Stop Affair

Some regions of the human genome have been hotspots for acquiring duplicated DNA sequences, but only at specific time-points during evolution. Researchers say that long periods of genomic stasis, in regard to the accretion of duplicated DNA fragments, are “punctuated” by relatively brief episodes of duplicative activity. The study, appearing in Genome Research, is the […]

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Nuclear Fusion From Bubbles Blasted With Sound

Physical Review E has announced the publication of an article by a team of researchers from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), Purdue University, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and the Russian Academy of Science (RAS) stating that they have replicated and extended previous experimental results that indicated the occurrence of nuclear fusion using a novel approach […]

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