Humans, Other Mammals Similarly Voice Frustrations

Pet owners and scientists who spend a lot of time in the wild say that they can tell when an animal is upset by the sound of its voice. Now new analyses of animal calls may offer an explanation; humans seem to express frustration ...

Polycystins : proteins that regulate the cellular barometer

What is the role of proteins called polycystins in patients with polycystic kidney disease? A team of researchers from CNRS and INSERM, led by Eric Honoré from the Institut de Pharmacologie Moléculaire et Cellulaire ...

Touting tech tools of the future

While most people were turning their clocks backward over the weekend, Microsoft research chief Craig Mundie was moving his forward, five to 10 years into the future.

Starring Intelligent Aliens

The most probable place to find intelligent life in the galaxy is around stars very similar to our sun, a new study has found.

Nanoparticles may cause DNA damage across a cellular barrier

(PhysOrg.com) -- Scientists have shown in the laboratory that metal nanoparticles damaged the DNA in cells on the other side of a cellular barrier. The research, by the University of Bristol, is published online this week ...

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