In this issue of the Journal of Clinical Investigation, Kathryn North and colleagues at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute report that the loss of alpha-actinin-3 in fast-twitch muscle fibers, results in compensation by alpha-actinin-2. …read more Source: EurekAlert

file photo  BRIDGETON — A Walnut Street resident’s screaming scared off a home intruder, according to police, after the resident foudn him in the house early Monday morning. According to the report, the resident awoke to noises and lights turning on in the house around …

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Jersey Unique Minds Paranormal Society had to postpone the Salem City Cafe investigation we had scheduled for Sept. 6. So, in light of that, I bring you … clowns. Smithsonian Magazine (Smithsonian.com writer Linda Rodriguez McRobbie) recently published a study that …

Mark Jurkowitz, Amy Mitchell and Katerina Eva Matsa, September 16, 2013 /**/ /**/ /**/ /**/ /**/ /**/ Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE HE In its coverage of the Syrian crisis, the fledgling Al Jazeera America cable news channel provided  viewers with content that …

A research team from Bielefeld University analysed how the body language of the potential customer helps bartenders to identify who would like to place an order and who does not. The team found that real-life observations were at odds with the widespread belief that customers …

New research led by a University of Calgary geophysicist provides strong evidence against continent formation above a hot mantle plume, similar to an environment that presently exists beneath the Hawaiian Islands. …read more Source: EurekAlert

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