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In Georgia, there is scientific evidence that bullying doesn’t just give you a tummy ache, but it literally changes your gut. And not just...

Drinking water technology keeps water microbe free for months

In Lithuania, researchers at Kaunas University of Technology are developing drinking water disinfection technology to destroy microorganisms and provide long-term (up to 3 months)...

Sound Meets Science in Tracking Pesky Coconut Beetle

In Hawaii, researchers at the University of Hawaii in Honolulu are using sound to track the movements and migration of the Coconut Rhinoceros Beetle....

Cardiff University Looking for New Contractor to Complete New Innovation Campus

In the United Kingdom, Cardiff University is looking for a new contractor to complete its £135 million (nearly $175 million) Innovation Campus in Wales....

New Study Shows Concerning Molecular Differences Between GMO and Non-GMO Corn

In the United Kingdom, researchers from King’s College in London published their findings that there are higher levels of certain toxic chemicals in the...

Design Your Own Baby Coming Soon? Could Be Within Five Years

In New York, Jef Boeke, Director of the Institute for Systems Genetics at New York University, told The Daily Mail that artificial human DNA...

Genetics and Tax Incentives Being Used to Combat Deathly Citrus Greening Disease

In Florida, the world’s biggest citrus research facility, the Citrus Research and Education Center is garnering some attention from politicians with a recent visit...

Targeted Genetic Therapy Helps Pancreatic Cancer Patients

In Pennsylvania, researchers are using genomic profiling to help future treatment of pancreatic cancer, which is the third leading cause of cancer deaths in...

Flower or flesh? Genetics explain mosquito preference

In Ohio, researchers at Ohio State University are working on creating a world in which mosquitoes choose flowers over flesh, saving us from itchy...

Better Way to Break Down Biomass for Biofuels? Fungi Holds Promise

In California, chemical engineering researchers have discovered that unusual fungi called Anaeromyces robustus can transform lignocellulose from plants into sugars, which could be quite...

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