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Virtual Human System Developed Based on Big Data

A team led by Doheon Lee, a professor at the Department of Bio and Brain Engineering, developed a virtual human system (CODA) based on...
SARS mask

Researcher Turns “SARS mask” into a Virus Killer

A University of Alberta engineering researcher has developed a new way to treat common surgical masks so they are capable of trapping and killing...
Energy Transition Research, Wearable Robotics Lab, dialysis membranes, post stroke, Islet Transplantation, 3D printed veins, diamond crystal, Diabetes, Transistors, alcohol addiction, chronic pain

University of Twente Researchers Able to Study Individual Defects in Transistors

Previously it was only possible to study these flaws in large numbers. However, fundamental research conducted by University of Twente scientists has now made...
inflammatory diseases, soybean, heavy rainfall, agriculture, mosquitoes, Vector-borne Diseases, plant volatiles, soil moisture, Electrocatalyst, climate change, thermoelectric, plant, blood collection, chronic pain, blood test, global warming, Optogenetics, disease-fighting drugs, tumor, soil health, Tuberculosis, solar, nano ribbons, GMOs, brain's signaling network, fatty tumors, bacteria, caffeinated alcoholic, plant hormone, Cardiac, cancer

Purdue Scientists Have Bright Idea for Detecting Harmful Bacteria in Food...

Scientists looking for traces of E. coli O157:H7 contamination in foods soon could have a new detection method on their hands - turning off the...
bacteria

Mechanical Engineering in Hot Pursuit of Creeping Bacteria

University of Alberta mechanical engineering professor Aloke Kumar and members of his lab are hot on the trail of bacteria as they spread between...
nanotube forests

System creates on-demand ‘nanotube forests,’ has potential industry applications

A system that uses a laser and electrical current to precisely position and align carbon nanotubes represents a potential new tool for creating electronic...
antibiotics, earthquake, Cyber-Physical Systems, nanofilter

​NTU scientists discover way to improve effectiveness of antibiotics 

Scientists at Nanyang Technological University (NTU Singapore) have discovered that antibiotics can continue to be effective if bacteria’s cell-to-cell communication and ability to latch on to...
phosphor-free

KAIST develops manufacturing technology for phosphor-free white LEDs

A team led by Professor Cho Yong-Hoon of the Department of Physics developed a phosphor-free white LED manufacturing technology. White LEDs can be obtained...