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It is harder to suppress negative, emotional memories after a night’s sleep, reveals a study published in Nature Communications. Comprehending how changes in the brain affect the ability to suppress negative memories could potentially help to treat conditions such as PTSD. Read the paper here: [ Nature.com Link ]

Never go to bed angry - study finds evidence for age-old advice

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11/29/2016 at 12:13. Facebook
Evidence from meteorites shows that a low-mass supernova triggered the formation of our solar system, according to a study published in Nature Communications. Read the paper here: [ Nature.com Link ]

Meteorites confirm our solar system was 'born' when a small star exploded and died

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Finger-like silica deposits, formed among hot springs in Chile by processes that combine biological and non-biological activity, appear similar to those found eight years ago in the Gusev Crater on Mars, according to a study published in Nature Communications. Read the paper here: [ Nature.com Link ]

NASA Didn't Find Life on Mars—But It Did Find Something Very Cool

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The detection of gravity signals created by earthquakes could potentially improve early warning times, a study in Nature Communications reports. These findings could herald new developments in early warning systems for earthquake hazards, such as tsunamis. Read the paper here: [ Nature.com Link ]

Gravity signals may provide a little extra warning before an earthquake strikes

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A new method for swapping young and old mouse blood is described in Nature Communications. A single blood exchange between mice of different ages is shown to alter tissue function within a matter of days. The transfusion system may be a useful tool for studying tissue ageing. Read the paper here: [ Nature.com Link ]

Scientists to 'reset' blood proteins in attempt to slow ageing process

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Bird droppings (guano) offer a small contribution to cooling in the Arctic by encouraging cloud formation, according to a study published in Nature Communications. Read the paper here: [ Nature.com Link ]

How Bird Poop Could Help Keep the Arctic Cool

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Changes in the immune system genes of First Nations people in Canada, reported in Nature Communications, may be linked to the introduction of European-borne epidemics in the 1800s. Read the paper here: [ Nature.com Link ]

European diseases left their mark on First Nations' DNA

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Clues about how a 6,000 year-old amulet was manufactured are uncovered by an imaging method reported in Nature Communications. The method, known as photoluminescence imaging, allows visualisation of microstructures that are invisible under other conventional microscopes. Read the paper here: [ Nature.com Link ]

This 6,000-year-old amulet is the oldest example of a technology still used by NASA

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Tsunamis generated by the eruption of Santorini in the Bronze Age were caused by the pyroclastic flow of volcanic material into the sea, suggests a Nature Communications study. Previous studies proposed that the collapse of the volcanic crater may have caused the tsunamis. Read the paper here: [ Nature.com Link ]

Santorini eruption: new theory says 'pyroclastic flows' caused devastating Bronze Age tsunamis

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Despite increasing emissions atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) from human activity, enhanced carbon uptake from land-based vegetation may have helped to offset a large fraction of human related carbon emissions between 2002–2014, according to a study in Nature Communications. Read the paper here: [ Nature.com Link ]

Rise in atmospheric CO2 slowed by green vegetation

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The melt source region for Mount St Helens may lie to the east, rather than directly below the volcano according to a study published in Nature Communications. This research challenges the assumptions of where melt may be sourced from in active volcanoes. Read the paper here: [ Nature.com Link ]

Explosives reveal Mount St. Helens' cold heart

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Wild chimpanzees have reduced stress hormone levels when social partners are present, finds a study published in Nature Communications. The findings suggest that social interactions play an important role in reducing stress levels and potentially in maintaining health. Read the paper here: [ Nature.com Link ]

Chimp study shows how hanging out with friends makes life less stressful

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The loss of elephants across Africa could cost around US$25 million per year in lost tourism revenue, reports a modelling study published in Nature Communications. Read the paper here: [ Nature.com Link ]

Elephant poaching costing African nations millions in lost tourism revenue

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Hundreds of metres of solid ice were lost from Antarctica’s glaciers between 2002 - 2009, according to a study in Nature Communications. The findings support the hypothesis that the influx of warm ocean water beneath ice shelves significantly increased during the mid-2000s. Read the paper here: [ Nature.com Link ]

These Antarctic Glaciers Are Melting At A 'Staggering' Rate

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Vaccines that combine dozens of varieties of rhinovirus at once are effective in stimulating antiviral antibodies in mice and monkeys, according to a study in Nature Communications. Read the paper here: [ Nature.com Link ]

Scientists Wonder If the Common Cold May at Last Be Beatable

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Methods for ancestral sequence reconstruction are currently tested with computer simulations, since true biological phylogenies are unknown. Here, Randall et al. build an experimental phylogeny to benchmark the performance of alternate ancestral sequence reconstruction algorithms in inferring ancestral genotypes and phenotypes.

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Modern European bison appeared around 120,000 years ago through hybridization between the extinct steppe bison and modern cattle ancestors, according to combined evidence from the analysis of ancient DNA and cave art presented in Nature Communications. Read the paper here: [ Nature.com Link ]

Mysterious origin of European bison revealed using DNA and cave art

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A virus that infects bacteria shares DNA sequences with animals, including the black widow spider, finds a study published in Nature Communications. Read the paper here: [ Nature.com Link ]

Why Does This Virus Have Spider DNA?

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Humans show markedly higher preference for foods rich in fat and a lower preference for high-sugar foods when they have mutations in a specific receptor found in the brain, compared with people without these mutations, reports a study published in Nature Communications. Read the paper here: [ Nature.com Link ]

Scientists discover fat-craving gene after hosting all you can eat buffet

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Fossil algae discovered at high altitudes in the Antarctic were transported there 3 million years ago by winds in combination with ice sheet melt, finds a Nature Communications study. The findings suggest parts of the East Antarctic Ice Sheet are vulnerable to modest warming. Read the paper here: [ Nature.com Link ]

Scientists may have solved a key riddle about Antarctica — and you’re not going to like the answer

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