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Eco Lips develops new lip scrubs

Antoinette AlexanderEco Lips has introduced an organic lip treatment called Lip Scrub that gently exfoliates and polishes the skin for smooth, soft lips. read more

Medical News Today: Computer models the most complex 3D DNA shapes

Biological engineers at MIT have developed a computer model that can create the most elaborate 3D shapes of DNA ever made - including rings, bowls and complex viral structures.

Nature, as Well as Nurture, Shapes Human Gut Microbiome

Specific groups of gut microbes may offer protection against obesity. Medscape Medical News

‘Editing Marks’ Mapped on Fly, Worm, Human Genomes

The genome we inherited from our parents shapes many aspects of our lives.Read more

Radiante Olga Albizu

Radiante, by the Puerto Rican painter Olga Albizu (1924-2005), is a composition of puzzle-shaped colors in a flat, mustard-yellow ground. The yellow pigment is applied thickly around the edges and int...

Ancient swamp creature had lips like Mick Jagger

(Duke University) A swamp-dwelling, plant-munching creature that lived 19 million years ago in Africa has been named after Rolling Stones lead singer Sir Mick Jagger, because of its big, sensitive lip...

Computer model enables design of complex DNA shapes

(Massachusetts Institute of Technology) MIT biological engineers have created a new computer model that allows them to design the most complex three-dimensional DNA shapes ever produced, including rin...

Pictorial Quilt Harriet Powers

Many of the quilts brought to the United States by European immigrants in the 18th and 19th centuries were wholecloth designs, which were made by filling two layers of fabric with tufts of wool and se...

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Human Faces Are Slower than Chimpanzee Faces.

While humans (like other primates) communicate with facial expressions, the evolution of speech added a new function to the facial muscles (facial expression muscles). The evolution of speech required...

Human preferences are biased towards associative information.

There is ample evidence that the brain generates predictions that help interpret sensory input. To build such predictions the brain capitalizes upon learned statistical regularities and associations (...

Bacterial evolution: rewiring modules to get in shape.

Bacterial species take on a wide variety of shapes, but the mechanisms by which specific shapes evolve have remained poorly understood. A recent study demonstrates that two Asticcacaulis species repur...

Mapping Dynamic Bayesian Networks to α-Shapes: Application to Human Faces Identification Across Ages.

We propose to map a dynamic Bayesian network (DBN) to an ordered family of α -shapes to improve DBNs classification power. This mission is achieved by: 1) embedding a DBN into a topological manifold ...

Lip morphometry in 600 North Indian adults: a data base study for sexual dimorphism.

The study comprised lip morphometry of 600 North Indian adults (300 males and 300 females). The aim of the study was to create base data of various linear and vertical measurements of the upper and lo...

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