by Deane Morrison
A sizable gap in indigenous language fluency and traditional practices has opened up between teenage students and their parents in Papua New Guinea.
Research suggests nature has placed constraints on how much the underlying rate of aging can be slowed, even as nutrition and public health improve.
As global carbon dioxide levels rise, the degree of biodiversity in grasslands is vital to their ability to function as carbon “sinks.”
Incoming males to a baboon troop may reap an evolutionary benefit from inducing miscarriages in high-ranking females.
Research into how neurons become damaged sets the stage for drugs or other treatments that could limit or prevent long-term harm following a concussion.
A researcher has identified characteristics that separate invasive cancer cells from metastatic cells that are gearing up to spread to distant organs.
'White dwarf' stars going supernova likely spewed seeds of our solar system.
The MagiCoil detects the virus in blood and respiratory material and delivers results in as little as 10 minutes via smartphone.
UMN scientists have laid the groundwork for designing drugs to block the novel coronavirus from attaching itself to, and infecting, human cells.
In researchers' study of 14 Western European countries, infection-fighting genes were shown to protect the populations against dementia.
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