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Article ID: 698088

Enduring ‘Radio Rebound’ Powered by Jets From Gamma-Ray Burst:

National Radio Astronomy Observatory

Astronomers using ALMA studied a cataclysmic stellar explosion known as a gamma-ray burst, or GRB, and found its enduring “afterglow.” The rebound, or reverse shock, triggered by the GRB’s powerful jets slamming into surrounding debris, lasted thousands of times longer than expected. These observations provide fresh insights into the physics of GRBs, one of the universe’s most energetic explosions.

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Article ID: 697835

Saturn and Mars Team Up to Make Their Closest Approaches to Earth in 2018

Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI)

NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has photographed Saturn and Mars near their closest approaches to Earth in June and July 2018. It’s now summertime in Saturn’s northern hemisphere and springtime in Mars’ southern hemisphere. The Hubble images show that Earth isn’t the only planet where intense spring and summer storms wreak havoc.

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Article ID: 697875

Bacterial Communities Use Sophisticated Strategy to Communicate over Long Distances

University of California San Diego

“Percolation” theory is helping explain how communities of bacteria can effectively relay signals across long distances. Once regarded as simple microorganisms, communities of bacteria have been found to employ a strategy we use to brew coffee and extract oil from the sea. Percolation helps the microscopic community thrive and survive threats.

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24-Jul-2018 4:35 PM EDT
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Article ID: 697943

Demon in the Details of Quantum Thermodynamics

Washington University in St. Louis

Researcher in physics in Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis are working out a theory of thermodynamics in quantum physics and finding some interesting results, including “negative information.”

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25-Jul-2018 10:30 AM EDT
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Article ID: 697915

Johns Hopkins School of Nursing's Jacquelyn Campbell Named Nursing Edge Runner

Johns Hopkins School of Nursing

Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Professor Jacquelyn Campbell, PhD, RN, FAAN, has been named an American Academy of Nursing Edge Runner for her program, Danger Assessment: An Instrument to Help Abused Women Assess Their Risk of Homicide.

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25-Jul-2018 8:05 AM EDT
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Article ID: 697628

Pediatric Sepsis Care Within an Hour Decreases Chance of Death, Largest Ever Analysis Finds

Health Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh

More than one in 10 children hospitalized with sepsis die, but when a series of clinical treatments and tests is completed within an hour of its detection, the chances of survival increase considerably.

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19-Jul-2018 12:05 PM EDT
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Article ID: 697812

Center for Infectious Disease Research to Join Seattle Children’s Research Institute

Seattle Children's Hospital

After 42 years as the oldest and largest, independent non-profit organization in the United States solely focused on infectious disease research, The Center for Infectious Disease Research (CIDR) will join Seattle Children’s Research Institute to create a world-class team of researchers working to find viable solutions to infectious diseases that can pose risks to our communities, and disproportionately impact children and those in poverty.

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24-Jul-2018 9:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 697799

Scientists Develop New Materials That Move in Response to Light

Tufts University

Researchers have developed magnetic elastomeric composites that move in different ways when exposed to light, raising the possibility that these materials could enable a wide range of products that perform simple to complex movements, from tiny engines and valves to solar arrays that bend toward the sunlight.

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23-Jul-2018 4:00 PM EDT
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Article ID: 697795

Scientists Introduce New Way to Mimic ‘Machine of Machines’

University of California San Diego

Nature freely puts together microscopic building blocks. To mimic this self-assembly would revolutionize science’s approach to synthesizing materials that could heal, contract or reconfigure. UC San Diego and NYU scientists explored this mimicry and introduced a new way to assemble specially designed microscopic blocks into small gear-like machines.

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23-Jul-2018 3:05 PM EDT
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Article ID: 698113

MedicsPremier® for Laboratory Billing and Reports and MedicsRCM® are Enhanced with Sales Activity and Commission Reporting

70th AACC Annual Scientific Meeting Press Program

Advanced Data Systems Corporation (ADS) is pleased to announce that its MedicsPremier system, a leading, innovative billing and reporting software solution for laboratories has been enhanced with a built-in utility for managing and reporting on laboratory sales activities and commissions.

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23-Jul-2018 2:05 PM EDT
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