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Projects currently housed at Jinkle.Com
Disability411.Com - The Podcast for Disability Professionals
Disability 411 Podcast
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OMGCissp.com
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GS.Dcre-labs.com
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(Research)
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DoNotVoteFromFear.Org
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  Science headlines

Astrophysics team lights the way for more accurate model of the universe
Posted on Monday October 19, 2020

Scientists demonstrated the first use of a method called self-calibration to remove contamination from gravitational lensing signals. The results should lead to more accurate cosmological models of the universe.

Patients who had more severe COVID-19 may be the best donors for convalescent plasma therapy
Posted on Monday October 19, 2020

Sex, age, and severity of disease may be useful in identifying COVID-19 survivors who are likely to have high levels of antibodies that can protect against the disease.

Fear and anxiety share same bases in brain
Posted on Monday October 19, 2020

A recent report provides new evidence that fear and anxiety reflect overlapping brain circuits. The findings run counter to popular scientific accounts, highlighting the need for a major theoretical reckoning.

Scientists find medieval plague outbreaks picked up speed over 300 years
Posted on Monday October 19, 2020

Researchers who analyzed thousands of documents covering a 300-year span of plague outbreaks in London, England, have estimated that the disease spread four times faster in the 17th century than it had in the 14th century.

Restoration of retinal and visual function following gene therapy
Posted on Monday October 19, 2020

A breakthrough study results in the restoration of retinal and visual functions of mice models suffering from inherited retinal disease.

Management of a popular game fish, the smallmouth bass
Posted on Monday October 19, 2020

For recreational fishing enthusiasts, the thrill of snagging their next catch comes with discovering what's hooked on the end of the line. In many freshwater streams and rivers -- across the central and eastern parts of the U.S. -- anglers are often catching a popular freshwater game fish: the smallmouth bass. Now, scientists have discovered a new level of biodiversity within that species.

Immune protein orchestrates daily rhythm of squid-bacteria symbiotic relationship
Posted on Monday October 19, 2020

New research has revealed that, in the mutually beneficial relationship between with the Hawaiian bobtail squid and the luminescent bacterium, Vibrio fischeri, an immune protein called 'macrophage migration inhibitory factor' is the maestro of daily rhythms.

Glimpse deep into Earth's crust finds heat source that may stabilize continents
Posted on Monday October 19, 2020

Rocks from the Rio Grande continental rift have provided a rare snapshot of active geology deep inside Earth's crust, revealing new evidence for how continents remain stable over billions of years, according to a team of scientists.

A trillion turns of light nets terahertz polarized bytes
Posted on Monday October 19, 2020

Nanophotonics researchers have demonstrated a novel technique for modulating light at terahertz frequencies with plasmonic metasurfaces.

Cheaters don't always win: Species that work together do better
Posted on Monday October 19, 2020

The sign of a healthy personal relationship is one that is equally mutual - where you get out just as much as you put in. Nature has its own version of a healthy relationship. A team of researchers investigated these interactions, known as mutualisms, and why they are so critical for healthy environments.


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