The forces of attraction: How cells change direction

Many cell types in higher organisms are capable of implementing directed motion in response to the presence of certain chemical attractants in their vicinity. A team led by Dr. Doris Heinrich of the Faculty of Physics and ...

A flash of insight: Chemist uses lasers to see proteins at work

Binghamton University researcher Christof Grewer thinks he has an important brain transport protein – glutamate transporter – figured out. And he's using a novel approach to spy on them by taking aim with lasers.

The apps that eat your wireless data

(AP) -- If you have a cellphone with a monthly limit on how much data you can use, here are some tips on what types of phone use will gobble up your precious megabytes:

Britain shocked by hacking into slain girl's phone

(AP) -- Britain's long-running phone hacking scandal has taken a sickening twist, with claims that a tabloid newspaper hacked into the phone mail of an abducted teenage girl and may have hampered the police investigation ...

A pitcher perfect relationship

(PhysOrg.com) -- It seems counterintuitive, but in rare cases carnivorous plants and herbivorous animals nourish each other in a mutually beneficial relationship.

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