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nephrotic syndrome

Personalized Treatment for Childhood Nephrotic Syndrome

A study being conducted at the Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP), São Paulo State, Brazil, assembles efforts in clinical and basic research on...
topological insulator laservideo

The Future of Semiconductor Lasing: Topological Insulator Lasers

Researchers at the Technion and in the U.S. have developed a new, highly efficient coherent and robust semiconductor laser system: the topological insulator laser. The...
wireless communication

Beyond 5G

Imagine a roomful of 1,000 students all simultaneously experiencing an augmented reality lecture and demonstration. Or, how about riding in an autonomous vehicle that...
magnetic resonance imaging

A Parallel MRI Method Accelerating Imaging Time Proposed

KAIST researchers proposed new technology that reduces MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) acquisition time to less than a sixth of the conventional method. They made...
memory

Study: Rhythmic Interactions Between Cortical Layers Underlie Working Memory

Working memory is a sort of “mental sketchpad” that allows you to accomplish everyday tasks such as calling in your hungry family’s takeout order...
quantum networks

Developing a Secure, Un-Hackable Net

To date, communicating via quantum networks has only been possible between two devices of known provenance that have been built securely. With the EU and...
quantum

Quantum “Spooky Action at a Distance” Becoming Practical

Scientists from Griffith University have overcome a major challenge in applying a strange quantum effect to real applications. The team from the Centre for Quantum Dynamics have...
graphene sensorvideo

Manchester Scientists Develop Graphene Sensors That Could Revolutionise the Internet of...

Researchers at The University of Manchester have devised graphene sensors embedded into RFIDs, which have the potential to revolutionise the Internet of Things (IoT). By...
machine learning

Machine Learning Provides a Bridge to the Texture of the Quantum...

The Science Does it conduct electricity? Or insulate against electricity? Physicists commonly classify material phases as one or the other. Machine learning is a powerful...
cancer

Unraveling the Mechanisms That Control Cell Growth and Size

All living cells, from simple yeasts to human brain cells, regulate their rate of growth and their ultimate size and shape. How they do...
computers

Can Computers Help Us Synthesize New Materials?

Last month, three MIT materials scientists and their colleagues published a paper describing a new artificial-intelligence system that can pore through scientific papers and...
brain regions

New Brain Mapping Technique Highlights Relationship Between Connectivity and IQ

This could take us closer to being able to get an idea of intelligence from brain scans, rather than having to rely on IQ...
stroke paralysis

Computer Game Highlights Stroke Paralysis Partly Due to a Lack of...

Patients who have suffered a stroke – where the blood flow to the brain is interrupted by a clot or bleed – often experience...
atmospheric organic aerosol

Cleaner Air, Longer Lives

The air we breathe contains particulate matter from a range of natural and human-related sources. Particulate matter is responsible for thousands of premature deaths...
optical network

Development of a New Optical Communications Network System with Flexible Scalability

An intermediate controller was developed to control multivendor products installed in a common system. The developed system permits users to optimize quickly and easily...
sensor

Sensors to Make Waste Management More Climate-Friendly

Shen Leslie is studying nanobiotechnology at Uppsala University and has won theCleanTech Challenge, a competition organised by Uppsala Municipality and Uppsala University. Now he is...
topology

Shape Separates Substance

Researchers at University of Tokyo Institute of Industrial Science (IIS) report a new physical model that shows how the topology of a porous material...
brain lesions

Brain Lesions and Criminal Behavior Linked to Moral Decision-Making Network

When brain lesions occur within the brain network responsible for morality and value-based decision-making, they can predispose a person toward criminal behavior, according to...
immune system

The Body’s Street Sweepers

The active role of blood platelets in immune defense has been underestimated. A new study now published by LMU medical researchers led by Dr....
solar

UT Leads International Project to Study the Energy Performance of Solar...

Solar energy systems lead to significantly reduced CO2 emission levels during electricity generation. It is therefore important that these systems offer high energy yields...