Tag archive for ‘Nature Communications’
Jewish Business News On Thursday, January 29th, 2015

70 Million-Year-Old Fossils Change the Ways We View Snakes

Fossilized remains of four ancient snakes have been dated between 140 and 167 million years old – nearly 70 million years older than the previous record of ancient snake fossils – and are changing More...

Jewish Business News On Sunday, January 25th, 2015

Scientists map brains of the blind to solve mysteries of human brain specialization

New research suggests unexpected brain connectivity can lead to fast brain specialization, allowing humans to adapt to the rapid technological and cultural innovation of our generation     Studying More...

Jewish Business News On Thursday, January 8th, 2015

Research Findings Have Implications for Regenerating Damaged Nerve Cells

Two new studies involving the University of Colorado Boulder and the University of Queensland (UQ) in Brisbane, Australia have identified a unique molecule that not only gobbles up bad cells, but also has More...

Jewish Business News On Monday, September 8th, 2014

Fish as good as chimpanzees at choosing the best partner for a task

– – Coral trout are fast when chasing prey above the reefs of their habitat, but can’t pursue their quarry if it buries itself into a hard-to-reach reef crevice. When this happens, the More...

Jewish Business News On Tuesday, August 5th, 2014

Discovery: Pheromones Regulate Aggression of Non-Mother Female Mice toward Pups

– Laboratory mice are one of the most common animal models used in biological and medical research. Thousands of laboratory mouse strains are produced by artificial selection – the process by which humans More...

Jewish Business News On Monday, July 28th, 2014

Weizmann Institute Research Solves Riddle of Survival of the Impotent

– – Some 15% of adults suffer from fertility problems, many of these due to genetic factors. This is something of a paradox: we might expect such genes, which reduce an individual’s ability More...

Gil Tanenbaum On Tuesday, May 13th, 2014

Scientists Discover Fungus In Dead Sea That Can Be Used To Solve World Hunger

– A fungus that thrives in the high salt levels of the Dead Sea may just be the answer to drought and famine around the world. – – Tourists love to come to Israel’s Dead Sea. The high More...

Jewish Business News Service On Monday, January 20th, 2014

Israeli Researchers Turning Off the “Aging Genes”

– A computer algorithm developed by TAU researchers identifies genes that could be transformed to stop the aging process. – Aging / Wikipedia – Restricting calorie consumption is one of the More...

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