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  • 07.02.2017: Bacterial survival strategy

    Scientists have discovered a long-term epigenetic memory switch that controls different modes of bacterial virulence, a bacterial survival strategy for outsmarting the human immune response. The study sheds new light on bacterial virulence strategies, resulting in increased disease severity, higher infection persistence, and improved host-to-host spreading.
    Source: COSIS.net - Science News

  • 02.09.2015: Welcome, CAET!

    COSIS.net now welcomes submissions for Creative Arts in Education and Therapy (CAET) – Eastern and Western Perspectives.
    Source: COSIS.net - Science News

  • 29.05.2015: Little-known quake, tsunami hazards lurk offshore of Souther

    While their attention may be inland on the San Andreas Fault, residents of coastal Southern California could be surprised by very large earthquakes -- and even tsunamis -- from several major faults that lie offshore, a new study finds.
    Source: COSIS.net - Science News

  • 29.05.2015: Working together to build drought resiliency

    As drought continues, and demand grows, researchers are looking to new models to improve the Rio Grande region's drought resiliency.
    Source: COSIS.net - Science News

  • 29.05.2015: New technique harnesses everyday seismic waves to image Eart

    Earth researchers have devised a technique that transforms the tiny tremors generated by the everyday hustle and bustle of city life into a tool for probing the subsurface of Earth.
    Source: COSIS.net - Science News

  • 20.07.2013: Drop falls in one of the World's longest running experiments

    In one of the slowest physics experiments, on 11 July this year, around 5 pm, a drop of pitch fell from a glass funnel at Trinity College, Dublin. The last time a drop fell in this experiment may have been a dozen of years or so ago.
    Source: COSIS.net - Science News

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