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Thin Not In When Talking About Lips

NEW YORK, Oct. 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Aging lips or genetically thin lips are getting a makeover right in the kisser with the latest lift in cosmetic surgery.  Dr. Oleh Slupchynskj, an exp...

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

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

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...

Disney Research process designs tops and yo-yos with stable spins despite asymmetric shapes

Tops and yo-yos are among the oldest types of playthings but researchers at Disney Research Zurich and ETH Zurich have given them a new spin with an algorithm that makes it easier to design these toys...

Young researcher discovers source of disco clams' light show

(University of California - Berkeley) The disco clam was named for the rhythmic, pulsing light that ripples along the lips of its mantle. UC Berkeley graduate student Lindsey Dougherty was fascinated ...

Medical News Today: Softening of human features 'coincided with technological breakthrough'

Humans developed softer, more feminine skull shapes around the time of a tool-making breakthrough 50,000 years ago, suggesting that lowered testosterone may have played a part.

Ecstasy use affects ability to detect faces, shapes and patterns

Using ecstasy significantly affects a person's ability to detect faces, shapes and patterns, a study has found.

Scientists fold RNA origami from a single strand

(Aarhus University) RNA origami is a new method for organizing molecules on the nanoscale, making it possible to fabricate complicated shapes from a single strand of RNA. Unlike existing methods for f...

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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...

Effect of hydration on the tactile and thermal sensitivity of the lip.

The vermilion lip is a body site particularly susceptible to water loss. Therefore, the role of hydration in tactile perception at the lip was investigated. A series of measures of tactile performance...

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...

Uncertainty Visualization in HARDI based on Ensembles of ODFs.

In this paper, we propose a new and accurate technique for uncertainty analysis and uncertainty visualization based on fiber orientation distribution function (ODF) glyphs, associated with high angula...

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