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Post-traumatic stress disorder: What can research learn from firefighters?
Understanding the stress that leads to PTSD may help other high-pressure occupations
World’s smallest cyclocopter requires process to make ultralight blades
A&M researchers explore possibilities that could eventually serve U.S. soldiers in the field
Fossils explain how species adapted to prehistoric changes in ecosystems
New data could help biologists improve effectiveness of conservation programs
Can computer prompts enhance benefits of sit-or-stand workstations?
Research team looks for ways to break up long periods of sedentary time among office workers or school children
Closed-loop dairies could be future of sustainable farming, researcher says
Concept could change how well dairies, swine and poultry farms deal with manure, wastewater and greenhouse gasses while using waste to generate electricity
Interdisciplinary team develops scalable, cost-effective polymer
Able to keep its structure under extreme conditions, the conjugated ladder polymer can adapt to virtually any shape needed for a range of industries and applications ...
Method combines ceramics and metals to create stable composites
In only nine seconds, rapid technology can combines ceramics and metals with little to no reaction between materials
New study looks at how social norms affect spread of AIDS in China
Researchers find a correlation between peer group attitudes and safer sex practices that is similar to that found in the United States
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