Wednesday, January 23, 2019

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Saturn's rings

Waves in Saturn’s Rings Give Precise Measurement of Planet’s Rotation Rate

Saturn's distinctive rings were observed in unprecedented detail by NASA's Cassinispacecraft, and scientists have now used those observations to probe the interior of...
climate change

Scientists Discover Natural Fitness Watch in Fishes That Records Their Activity Levels

An international research team including scientists from the University of Southampton have shown for the first time that the energetic cost of...
CRISPR-Cas9 systems

Scientists Engineer New CRISPR Platform for DNA Targeting

A team that includes the scientist who first harnessed the revolutionary CRISPR-Cas9 and other systems for genome editing of eukaryotic organisms, including...
Traumatic Brain Injury

One Quarter of Prisoners Have Suffered Traumatic Brain Injury

A quarter of all Scottish prisoners have been hospitalised with a traumatic brain injury at some point in their lives, according to...
chronic sinusitis

Study Finds Unique Form of Chronic Sinusitis in Older Patients

Older patients with a diagnosis of chronic sinusitis — a disease of the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses that often persists over...
osteoporosis

Discovery of Enhanced Bone Growth Could Lead to New Treatments for Osteoporosis

UCLA and UC San Francisco life scientists have discovered a dramatic pattern of bone growth in female mice — research that could...
AI Technology

Fujitsu Develops AI Technology to Determine the Necessity of Cyberattack Responses

Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. today announced that it has developed an AI technology that automatically determines whether action needs to be taken in...
wastewater treatment

Recycling Biosolids to Make Sustainable Bricks

Biosolids are a by-product of the wastewater treatment process that can be used as fertiliser, in land rehabilitation or as a construction...
supercapacitor electrode

Ultrathin Carbon Nanosheets with Hierarchical Porosity for a High-Performing Supercapacitor Electrode

The design of advanced high-energy-density supercapacitors requires the design of unique materials that combine hierarchical nanoporous structures with high surface area to...
bipolar disorder

Study Shows How Specific Gene Variants May Raise Bipolar Disorder Risk

A new study by researchers at the Picower Institute for Learning and Memory at MIT finds that the protein CPG2 is significantly...
germanium telluride

Novel Thin Film Approach Published to Help Improve Future Memory and Energy Harvesting Devices

Scientists at the University of Southampton have developed a molecular reagent for a highly functional chemical compound used in phase change memory...
hospital-borne infections

A ‘Decathlon’ for Antibiotics Puts Them Through More Realistic Testing

The environments where bacteria thrive in our bodies are very different from those in which they’re tested in the lab, and that...
3D print piezoelectric materials

Mechanical Engineers Develop Process to 3d Print Piezoelectric Materials

The piezoelectric materials that inhabit everything from our cell phones to musical greeting cards may be getting an upgrade thanks to work...
diabetes

New Risk Score Far More Effective for Diabetes Diagnosis

Researchers at the University of Exeter and the Pacific Northwest Research Institute in Seattle have developed a new risk score which takes into account...
Wireless Sensor Networks

Multi-hop Communication: Frog Choruses Inspire Wireless Sensor Networks

If you’ve ever camped by a pond, you know frogs make a racket at night; but what you might not know is...
diabetes

Study Points to Alternate Therapy for Rare Form of Diabetes

Vanderbilt University Medical Center researchers say an unexpected finding during the cellular analysis of human pancreatic tissue has revealed new information about...
Photonics

‘We Need Smart Combinations for Next Generation Photonics’

Photonics and radio signals join forces for high-speed mobile data communication, like in 5G communications. At the same time, the applications of...
radon

The Healing Effect of Radon

Natural thermal water that contains radon has been used for over 100 years to treat chronic degenerative, inflammatory and musculoskeletal conditions. Most...
robotic rehabilitation devices

Designing Advanced Controllers for Robotic Rehabilitation Devices

Aitziber Mancisidor-Barinagarrementeria, a researcher in the UPV/EHU's Department of Systems Engineering and Automation, has designed a control algorithm for robotic devices rendering...
future foods

A Future-Proof Diet with Future Foods

In search for a planet-friendly diet, the main focus has been on eating more plant-source foods, and eating no or less animal-source...
Solar Modules

Scientists Boost Stability of Low-Cost, Large-Area Solar Modules

Scientists at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) have resolved a fundamental weakness in a promising solar technology...
CO2 reservoirs

CO2 Reservoirs in Fractured Rock

In order to achieve ambitious international climate objectives, it will be necessary to remove CO2 from the atmosphere and store it. A project...
Snake robot

Snake Robot Ready to Go on Watch in the Deep Seas

The Åsgard oil and gas field off the Norwegian coast is between 240 and 310 metres deep. The oilfield is among the...
livebearer fish

Size Matters — to Livebearer Fish, Big Fins Are a Big Deal

To female molly and Limia fish, nothing is hotter than a male with a large dorsal fin. But these fins aren’t just...
semiconductor gallium arsenide

5000 Times Faster Than a Computer

The absorption of light in semiconductor crystals without inversion symmetry can generate electric currents. Researchers at the Max-Born-Institute have now generated directed...
Amino Acids, machine learning, Cryptocurrency Mining, ebola, cell clusters, biomedical, graphene

Branched-Chain Amino Acids Found to Regulate the Development and Progression of Cancer

Researchers at A*STAR's Singapore Bioimaging Consortium (SBIC) have discovered that branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) in tumours can be targeted to prevent and...
hepatitis C

HepVu Releases State-Level Maps Showing Impact of Hepatitis C Epidemic Across the U.S.

HepVu launched new interactive maps illustrating state-level estimates of people living with hepatitis C across the United States. The maps highlight a...
fusion energy

Science Up-Close: Developing a Cookbook for Efficient Fusion Energy

Hot plasma swirls in a massive tokamak machine, burning 10 times hotter than the core of the sun. The plasma's energy rises...
MRAM and AI hardware

Novel Technology Reduces Energy Consumption of MRAM and AI Hardware

Researchers from Osaka University, in collaboration with the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) and Grenoble Alpes University, succeeded...
Accelerometers and artificial intelligence

UCLA Researchers Using Data-Driven Approach to Make Earthquakes Less Damaging

The 1994 Northridge earthquake was one of the costliest natural disasters in U.S. history. Fifty-seven people died, more than 8,700 were injured,...
Body-painting

Body-Painting Protects Against Bloodsucking Insects

A study by researchers from Sweden and Hungary shows that white, painted stripes on the body protect skin from insect bites. It...
Mass-Produce Detectors

Scientists Team Up With Industry to Mass-Produce Detectors for Next-Gen Cosmic Experiment

Chasing clues about the infant universe in relic light known as the cosmic microwave background, or CMB, scientists are devising more elaborate...
greenhouse pests

Functional Biodiversity with Soilborne Fungi to Suppress Greenhouse Pests

Pests and diseases are often suppressed by various species of natural enemies and antagonists that naturally occur in cropping systems. Stimulating and...
black hole spinning

University Researchers Discover Black Hole in Our Galaxy Spinning Rapidly Around Itself

A University of Southampton-led project has shown a black hole spinning near its maximum possible rate around its axis.
glucose monitor

A New Glucose Monitor for Diabetics Proves Virtually Painless and Even More Accurate

Continuous monitoring is a way to safely and reliably lower blood glucose – giving the user a full picture of their glucose...
durian fruit

​NTU Singapore Scientists Find One More Reason for Us to Love the Durian

Scientists from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have developed an all-natural food stabiliser from the seeds of the durian fruit.
Silicon-Based Electronics

New Material to Push the Boundaries of Silicon-Based Electronics

The electronics market is growing constantly and so is the demand for increasingly compact and efficient power electronic systems. The predominant electronic...
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Ready, Steady, Fuse!

White blood cells, also known as monocytes, play a key role in the immune system’s response to infection. They have been shown...
Broadband achromatic metalens

Broadband Achromatic Metalens Focuses Light Regardless of Polarization

We live in a polarized world. No, we aren’t talking about politics — we’re talking about light. Much of the light we...
brain tissue

Mapping the Brain at High Resolution

Researchers have developed a new way to image the brain with unprecedented resolution and speed. Using this approach, they can locate individual...
microrobotsvideo

Smart Microrobots That Can Adapt to Their Surroundings

One day we may be able to ingest tiny robots that deliver drugs directly to diseased tissue, thanks to research being carried...
Hand-knitted Molecules

Hand-knitted Molecules

Molecules are usually formed in reaction vessels or laboratory flasks. An Empa research team has now succeeded in producing molecules between two...
magnetic nanoswitches

Photoreactions Activate Magnetic Nanoswitches

A way to use light to induce changes in the optical and magnetic properties of water-dispersed titanate nanosheets has been devised by...
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Making Heart Tissue ‘Beat’

The transformation of embryonic stem cells, and their induced pluripotent counterparts into potentially limitless supplies of new heart tissue has been hindered...
prosthetic device

Reinforcement Learning Expedites ‘Tuning’ of Robotic Prosthetics

Researchers from North Carolina State University, the University of North Carolina and Arizona State University have developed an intelligent system for “tuning”...
antibiotic sensitivity testing

GeneCapture Scientists Preview New Invention to Determine Antibiotic Sensitivity in an Automated Rapid Portable...

Scientists at GeneCapture, Inc., an associate company on the campus of the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology, have developed a method to report phenotypic antibiotic...
silicon chipvideo

Light Connects Two Worlds on a Single Chip

For the first time, researchers of the University of Twente succeeded in connecting two parts of an electronics chip using an on-chip...
volcanic ash

Geological Fingerprinting of Volcanic Ash

Volcanic ash consists of tiny particles containing minerals and glass. LMU researchers have now used a new analytical technique based on quantitative...
data security and privacy

DARPA Explores New Computing Architectures to Deliver Verifiable Data Assurances

Whether a piece of information is private, proprietary, or sensitive to national security, systems owners and users have little guarantees about where...
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Recognizing the Right Tool for the Job

A*STAR researchers working with colleagues in Japan have developed a method by which robots can automatically recognize an object as a potential...
genetic disorder

Common Gene Disorder Causes Serious “Stealth” Disease, but Could Be Easily Treated

Two major studies have revealed that the iron overload condition haemochromatosis, previously thought to be a low-level health risk, actually quadruples the...
Biological Mutualism

Simple Rules Predict and Explain Biological Mutualism

Scientists have long employed relatively simple guidelines to help explain the physical world, from Newton’s second law of motion to the laws...
Quantum sensors

Quantum Sensors That Improve the Sensitivity of Magnetic Resonance

The QUTIS (Quantum Technologies for Information Science) group of the UPV / EHU has participated in an international investigation together with the...
Feathers

Feathers: Better Than Velcro?

You may have seen a kid play with a feather, or you may have played with one yourself: Running a hand along...
2-D titanium carbide materials

MXene Researchers Find 2-D Transition Metal Carbides React with Water, Opening a Door to...

Researchers at Missouri University of Science and Technology have discovered that 2-D titanium carbide materials, or MXenes, can react with water without...
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New Stem Cell Antibody Targets Cancer

An antibody that targets and is taken up only by certain types of cancer cells has been developed by A*STAR researchers. Combining...
Hair follicle stem cells

Hair Follicle Stem Cells Secrete Protein That Controls the Skin’s Sense of Touch

The location of stem cells in the skin that help give mice their sense of touch has been pinpointed by a RIKEN-led...
Tonawanda Coke Soil

Scientists Discuss Next Steps in Tonawanda Coke Soil Study

At a community meeting on Jan. 16, scientists provided the public with an update on a court-ordered study that investigates how pollution...
introns

Revising the Textbook on Introns

A research team from Whitehead Institute has uncovered a surprising and previously unrecognized role for introns, the parts of genes that lack...
pediatric cancer

A Vital Solution

Every two minutes, a child is diagnosed with cancer. But the likelihood that child will survive the disease is, in many ways,...
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Releasing the Brakes on Wound Repair

After a flesh wound, skin cells march forward to close the gap and repair the injury. Findings from a team led by...
plasma

Found: A Precise Method for Determining How Waves and Particles Affect Fusion Reactions

Like surfers catching ocean waves, particles within the hot, electrically charged state of matter known as plasma can ride waves that oscillate...
breast cancer

Research Team Documents Potential New Treatment Path for Breast Cancer

Immunotherapies that take off the “brakes” on the adaptive anti-tumor response have worked well in melanoma and lung cancer but less so...
food allergy

Intestinal Bacteria from Healthy Infants Prevent Food Allergy

First published by Matt Wood of University of Chicago Medicine. Researchers from the University of Chicago, Argonne National Laboratory...
fabricate polymers

Programmable Materials

Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials IWM have come up with a process to fabricate polymers with a specific...
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Gut Feelings Are Not for Everyone

Microbial communities residing within the gut have been implicated in several aspects of health and disease. The mammalian gut microbiome, for example,...
OroBOT

A Robot Recreates the Walk of a 300-Million-Year-Old Animal

Using the fossil and fossilized footprints of a 300-million-year-old animal, an interdisciplinary team that includes scientists from EPFL and Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin...
dyslexia

Difficulties with Audiovisual Processing Contributes to Dyslexia in Children

A University at Buffalo psychologist has published a neuroimaging study that could help develop tests for early identification of dyslexia, a disorder...
artificial intelligence

Measuring AI’s Ability to Learn Is Difficult

Organizations looking to benefit from the artificial intelligence (AI) revolution should be cautious about putting all their eggs in one basket, a...
Cervical cancer

Vaccination as a Therapy: Experimental Vaccine Against Cervical Cancer Successfully Tested in Mice

Cervical cancer is the third most frequent cancer in women worldwide. It is caused by human papillomaviruses (HPV) that infect cells of...
personal radiation detector

New Technique Offers Rapid Assessment of Radiation Exposure

Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a new technique that allows them to assess radiation exposure in about an hour...
elephantiasis and river blindness

Elephantiasis and River Blindness Could Be Eliminated Faster with New Molecule

The new molecule has been designed to more effectively target and kill the cause of elephantiasis and river blindness while having potentially...
lab-on-a-chip

Lab-On-A-Chip Helps Search for Human DNA at Crime Scenes

Every year, the Netherlands Forensic Institute (Nederlands Forensisch Instituut, NFI) carries out more than 100,000 DNA analyses. Half of them do not...
climate change

Upper-Ocean Warming Is Changing the Global Wave Climate, Making Waves Stronger

Sea level rise puts coastal areas at the forefront of the impacts of climate change, but new research shows they face other...
2D Materials

Creating a Roadmap for 2D Materials

The rapid growth of research on 2D materials – materials such as graphene and others that are a single or few atoms...
coralline red algae

Sudden Ageing

Coralline red algae have existed for 130 million years, in other words since the Cretaceous Period, the time of the dinosaurs. At...
Tiny generators

Tiny Generators Turn Body Motion into Weight Control and Wound-Healing Therapies

Although electrical stimulation has therapeutic potential for various disorders and conditions, ungainly power sources have hampered practical applications. Now bioengineers have developed...
Honey Bee Parasite

Study Gives Major New Insight on Honey Bee Parasite

Honey bee colonies around the world are at risk from many threats, including pesticides, diseases, poor nutrition and habitat loss. However, recent...
polymer-graphene

Technique Permits Scale Gains in the Production of Materials with Graphene

A group of Brazilian researchers have developed strategies to produce polymer-graphene nanocomposites on an industrial scale. The isolation of graphene crystals is...
Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia Can Be Caused by Structural Abnormality in Adolescent Brain Associated with Genetic Risk

· A genetic mutation that causes abnormalities in adolescent’s brains can predict Schizophrenia later in life according to researchers from the University of...
enzyme biomarker test

Researchers Develop New Test That Could Save Time, Money and Lives

Researchers at Queen’s University Belfast have developed a highly innovative new enzyme biomarker test that has the potential to indicate diseases and...
nitrogen pollution

New Conservation Practice Could Reduce Nitrogen Pollution in Agricultural Drainage Water Flowing to the...

Every summer, a “dead zone” forms in the Gulf of Mexico. Plumes of oxygen-robbing algae, fed by excess nitrogen coming in from...
Smart fabrics

Smart Fabrics Made Possible by New Metal Deposition Technique

A multidisciplinary team of researchers from Imperial College London led by Dr Firat Güder from the Department of Bioengineering have developed an innovative technique to print...
future circular collider

International Collaboration Publishes Concept Design for a Post-LHC Future Circular Collider at CERN

Geneva. Today, the Future Circular Collider (FCC) collaboration submitted its Conceptual Design Report (CDR)for publication, a four-volume document that presents the different options for...
glaciers

How Glaciers Slide

The glaciers in the peripheral regions of Greenland and Antarctica have significantly increased their flow rate in recent decades. They transport more...
magnetic phenomenon

An Effect That Einstein Helped Discover 100 Years Ago Offers New Insight into a...

More than 100 years ago, Albert Einstein and Wander Johannes de Haas discovered that when they used a magnetic field to flip...
bioenergy production

Researching Cleaner, More Efficient Bioenergy Production Using Neutrons

Nordic countries such as Sweden rely heavily on biomass-derived fuels to power their homes and businesses. However, in the process of burning...
quantum systems

Experiments Detect Entropy Production in Quantum Systems

The production of entropy, which means increasing the degree of disorder in a system, is an inexorable tendency in the macroscopic world...
cell membrane

Two Inhibitory Molecules Ensure That Cells Move Full Steam Ahead

Two molecules that drive the motion of a wide range of cells inhibit each other, and so are not expressed in the...
exercise

Exercise Before Surgery Can Protect Both Muscles and Nerves

Exercise can protect both muscle and nerves from damage caused by the restoration of blood flow after injury or surgery, new research...
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New Device Achieves Better Blood Sugar Control in Young Children with Type 1 Diabetes

The number of people living with type 1 diabetes is increasing worldwide, particularly among young children. According to the International Diabetes Federation, there...
grass

Grass to Be Turned into Profitable and Safe Source of Protein

Today, grass is only served to ruminants, but in the future, grass protein will also be part of the human diet, if...
parkinsonian disorders

X-Ray Experiments Reveal Important Mechanism Behind Parkinsonian Disorders

A new X-ray study has revealed one of the key mechanisms behind certain familial-parkinsonian disorders. The study demonstrates in detail how poisoning...
aging

Older Workers Maintain Productivity

The findings of a survey conducted every two years in 27 European countries and Israel dispel a number of myths regarding the...
Multiple Influenza

Assessing the Performance of Multiple Influenza Forecasting Models

In what the authors believe is the first documented comparison of several real-time infectious disease forecasting models by different teams across many...
habitat restoration

Idled Farmland Presents Habitat Restoration Opportunities in San Joaquin Desert

Most of the native habitat in California's San Joaquin Desert has been converted to row crops and orchards, leaving 35 threatened or...
Walking robots

Walking Robots Made More Affordable

Walking robots could soon assist in search and rescue missions or deliver your groceries now that a new system has been developed...
Brain and Cognitive

Brain Study Finds Circuits That May Help You Keep Your Cool

The big day has come: You are taking your road test to get your driver’s license. As you start your mom’s car...
Tiny silicon

Tiny Silicon Particles Could Power Lithium Ion Batteries with 10 Times More Capacity

University of Alberta chemists have taken a critical step toward creating a new generation of silicon-based lithium ion batteries with 10 times...
earthquake

Waiting for the Complete Rupture

In April 2015, Nepal – and especially the region around the capital city, Kathmandu – was struck by a powerful tremor. An...