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Human skin has evolved to be as durable and flexible as possible

New research provides better understanding of skin’s durability.

A step towards more environmentally friendly paints and coatings

A new study shows that nanoparticles could be more environmentally friendly.

Non-sexual intimate touch might build a stronger relationship

According to a new study by the Binghamton University, scientists found that non-sexual intimate touch -- for example, hugging, holding hands or cuddling on...

Scientists discovered the world’s oldest forest

Modern trees emerged earlier than previously believed, new research reveals.

Paid family leave improves vaccination rates in infants

Analyzing the impact of time constraints on immunization of infants on time.

Facebook can help college students with lower confidence build relationships

Accounting Facebook's effect on relationships versus the impact of more traditional media.

Positive work environment leads to feelings of inclusion among employees

Promoting an inclusive working environment can lead to higher satisfaction, innovation, trust, and retention among employees suggest a new study. Scientists examined the relationships among...

Easter Island statues: mystery behind their location revealed

The island of Rapa Nui is well-known for its elaborate ritual architecture, particularly its numerous statues (moai) and the monumental platforms that supported them...

Diet has a big effect on emotional well-being in women than in men

In order to support a positive emotional well-being, women require more nutrient-rich diet than men. It is because the anatomical and functional differences in men's and women's...

New design for ultra-thin capacitive sensors

As a part of progressing acoustic research at Binghamton University, State at New York Distinguished Professor Ron Miles has made a workable sensor with...

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