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Astronomers find 51 Eridani b, an infant at 20m years old that is still cooking and throwing off clues about methane-rich biggest planet in Earth’s solar system

Astronomy

"Stole My Heart" Yarn Nursery Decor with Free Printable

“Stole My Heart” Yarn Nursery Decor with Free Printable<p><b>Materials:</b><p>Hot Glue Gun<br>Yarn (colour of your choice)<br>Printable in pink or blue – printed and cut …

FDA demands Kim Kardashian remove Instagram pill ad

The FDA sent Kim Kardashian a warning letter last week, demanding that she remove an Instagram post in which she endorsed a bottle of Diclegis morning sickness pills but failed to mention any of the potential side effects associated with the product. Kardashian is a paid promoter of the product, …

Administrative Law

'Alien' genome reveals octopus secrets - Futurity

The octopus genome is similar to those of other invertebrates—but scrambled "like it's been put into a blender and mixed."

Rapid Eye Movements Show When The Scenes Change In Your Dreams

And also when you're awake<p>It’s easy to know when someone is in REM sleep—her eyes move quickly back and forth. Researchers have long known that the movements accompany dreaming, and theorized that the nature of the movements were indicative of some aspect of the dreams. Now researchers have …

'Young Jupiter' Exoplanet Discovered 100 Light-Years Away

A newly discovered planet in a young star system located 100 light-years away could give astronomers an idea what Jupiter looked like early in its development.<p>The planet, 51 Eridani b, is relatively young -- only 20 million years old. That might sound ancient to most people, but, as the researchers …

Astronomy

Super-Sniffing Ants Smell Things Humans Can't

Ants may be experts at sniffing out body odor, according to a new study that reveals these insects have a "high-definition ability" to detect tiny chemical changes in the pheromones other ants give off.<p>Scientists from the University of California, Riverside, studied how ants tell each other apart …

When Parasites Attack, Flies Diversify Their Babies’ Genes

Imagine an animal that reproduced by budding off genetically identical clones. This asexual creature doesn’t have to bother with finding or attracting mates: it is a self-contained factory for making more of itself. This sounds like a recipe for success, but asexual animals are far from successful. …

Biology

You Don't Need To Go Low-Carb To Burn Body Fat, Study Says

If you've ever tried to lose weight, you've probably gotten drawn into the argument over whether it's better to cut carbs or fat from your diet. A new study doesn't completely resolve that question, but it does provide an important insight.<p>Some proponents of the low-carb diet insist that you must …

Yeast cells genetically modified to create morphine-like painkiller

Scientists have genetically modified yeast cells to make them churn out painkillers that are normally harvested from opium poppies.<p>The procedure raises hopes for a biological manufacturing route that slashes the time it takes to make the valuable drugs from a year to several days.<p>Researchers at …

Organisms