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Volume 11, Number 32
August 6, 2012


Physical sciences
Technology
Life sciences
Neuroscience, psychology, behavior
Health and medicine
Physical sciences

O-type stars
Black hole disruption of star

Technology

Quantum computing

Life sciences

Mitochondria, evolution, and longevity

Neuroscience, psychology, and behavior

Health and medicine

Cancer stem cells



Physical sciences


O-type stars

References:
  1. August 1, 2012 - Most very bright stars have companions
Background


Black hole disruption of star

References:
  1. August 2, 2012 - Weighing a Star-Eating Black Hole
  2. August 2, 2012 - Satellites watch stellar death throes
  3. August 2, 2012 - Star-Shredder's Brief Pulse
  4. August 2, 2012 - Star's 'cry' heralds new era for testing relativity - also here
  5. August 3, 2012 - Astronomers detect cry of a dying star
  6. August 3, 2012 - Scientists 'hear a star scream as it gets devoured' by a lurking supermassive black hole
  7. August 14, 2012 - A star's dying scream may be a beacon for physics
Background



Technology


Quantum computing

References:
  1. August 2, 2012 - Quantum Computers Have a Fit
Background



Life sciences


Mitochondria, evolution, and longevity

References:
  1. August 2, 2012 - Fruit flies offer DNA clue to why women live longer
  2. August 3, 2012 - It's in our genes: why women outlive men
  3. August 3, 2012 - Why Women Outlive Men
  4. August 6, 2012 - Mom's Genes Make Males Die Sooner
Background, Background



Neuroscience, psychology, and behavior



Health and medicine


Cancer stem cells

References:
  1. August 1, 2012 - Cancer stem cells tracked
  2. August 1, 2012 - Cancer Stem Cells Can Fuel Tumor Growth
  3. August 1, 2012 - Cancer Stem Cells Really Do Exist?
  4. August 1, 2012 - Select cells appear to spawn tumors
  5. August 1, 2012 - Study suggests new treatment target for deadly brain tumors
Background, Background


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