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New Insecticide Makes Mosquitoes Pop
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New Insecticide Makes Mosquitoes Pop

The substance prevents mosquitoes taking a blood meal from producing waste—causing them to swell up, and sometimes even explode. Christopher Intagliata reports. 

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Using Novel Neurons, Scientists Seek to Repair the Brain

Induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) are emerging as promising tools for modeling and treating human neural diseases. For more on this article read Lab-Grown Neurons Could Help Scientists Repair Damaged Brain Tissue Sponsored by AXA Research Fund  

September 8, 2016


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Commuting Patterns Help Forecast Flu Outbreaks

60-Second Science - December 6, 2016 - By Christopher Intagliata01:57
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High-Fiber Diet Keeps Intestinal Walls Intact

60-Second Science - November 23, 2016 - By Christopher Intagliata02:09
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NIH Director Looks at Presidential Transition

60-Second Science - November 16, 2016 - By Steve Mirsky02:49
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Ebola Virus Grew More Infectious in the Latest Epidemic

60-Second Science - November 14, 2016 - By Christopher Intagliata01:45
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