FRONT PAGE: Carnivores May Adjust Schedule To Avoid Each Other, Researchers Find
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FRONT PAGE: Carnivores May Adjust Schedule To Avoid Each Other, Researchers Find

Newswise — Just as humans may leave their home five minutes early to avoid a talkative neighbor or depart work late to avoid a rude coworker, carnivorous mammals may go out of their way to avoid other species. But they’re not trying to navigate awkward social interactions; rather, they are negotiating space and resources for…

BUSINESS: AP Content Services Expands In Asia
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BUSINESS: AP Content Services Expands In Asia

TOKYO, Oct. 14, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — AP Content Services works with brands and advertisers worldwide to create and distribute authentic, impactful and informative content in video, text and photos through the AP distribution network. Clients can distribute paid-for content on the AP wire, APNews.com and the AP News app and AP Content Services-created content via AP-branded…

Immune function of small chloroplasts in the epidermal cells of plants
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Immune function of small chloroplasts in the epidermal cells of plants

News Release 25-May-2021 Immune function of small chloroplasts in the epidermal cells of plants Shinshu University Research News IMAGE: The epidermal chloroplasts of plants are involved in increasing resistance to invasion from pathogenic fungi. Fungal infection begins with invasion of the plant epidermis. In response to fungal attacks, small… view more Credit: HIROKI IRIEDA, SHINSHU…

Odd angles make for strong spin-spin coupling
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Odd angles make for strong spin-spin coupling

News Release 25-May-2021 Odd angles make for strong spin-spin coupling Rice physicists’ RAMBO reveals magnetic phenomenon useful for quantum simulation and sensing Rice University Research News IMAGE: A Rice University-led study finds a unique form of tunable and ultrastrong spin-spin interactions in orthoferrites under a strong magnetic field. The discovery has implications for quantum simulation…

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