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Gene associated with schizophrenia risk regulates neurodevelopment
Gene associated with schizophrenia risk regulates neurodevelopment 22 September 2017 A gene associated with the risk of schizophrenia regulates critical components of early brain development, according to a new study led by researchers from Penn State University. The gene is involved in the translation of proteins from RNA and in the proliferation and migration of neurons in the brain.

Russell E. Marker Lectures in the Statistical Sciences set for October 5 and 6
Russell E. Marker Lectures in the Statistical Sciences set for October 5 and 6 21 September 2017 Jianqing Fan, Frederick L. Moore '18 Professor of Finance, Professor of Statistics, and Professor of Operations Research and Financial Engineering at Princeton University, will present the 2017 Russell Marker Lectures in Statistical Sciences on October 5 and 6 at Penn State University.

Mystery solved: Super-energetic space particles crash to Earth from far, far away
Mystery solved: Super-energetic space particles crash to Earth from far, far away 21 September 2017 Super-energetic space particles, which were thought to have been blasted toward Earth from somewhere outside our solar system, now have been discovered to be from very far away indeed -- from far outside our Milky Way galaxy.

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