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NUS Researchers Pioneer Water-Based, Eco-Friendly and Energy-Saving Air-Conditioner

A team of researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) has pioneered a new water-based air-conditioning system that cools air to as low...
obesity

NFIA Identified as Promising Target for Treating Obesity

University of Tokyo researchers have identified a novel regulator of brown adipose tissue, a heat-producing tissue also known as brown fat. This finding holds...
DrugPredict

Computer Program Finds New Uses for Old Drugs

Researchers at the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center (CCCC) at Case Western Reserve University have helped develop a computer program to find new indications for...
wireless systems

Southampton Wireless Researchers Prepare for Billions of Connected Devices

Collaborative research between university experts from Southampton and Surrey is helping develop connectivity for future wireless systems that will combine tens of billions of...
E. coli Strains

One-Step Production of Aromatic Polyesters by E. coli Strains

KAIST systems metabolic engineers defined a novel strategy for microbial aromatic polyesters production fused with synthetic biology from renewable biomass. The team of Distinguished...
quantum state

A Rare Quantum State Realized in a New Material

The Science An exotic quantum state called a Dirac semimetal was realized in a novel magnetic material Sr1-yMn1-zSb2. This material features an unusual combination of...
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Further Evidence Shows Education Reduces Risk of Alzheimer’s

A study just published in the ‘British Medical Journal’ confirms there is a link between education and the build-up of 'plaques' and 'tangles' of...
quantum hall

Leaving Flatland – Quantum Hall Physics in 4D

In literature, the potential existence of extra dimensions was discussed in Edwin Abbott’s satirical novel “Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions” (1884), portraying the...
Multiple Sclerosis

Lipid Metabolism Controls Regeneration in the Central Nervous System

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a chronic inflammatory disease of the central nervous system, in which the body's own immune cells attack the fatty, insulating...
Postpartum depression

Neuroscientists Shed Light on Causes of Postpartum Depression Using New Research...

Postpartum depression strikes nearly one in five new mothers, who may experience anxiety, severe fatigue, inability to bond with their children and suicidal thoughts....
Nanowire Devicevideo

Development of a Nanowire Device to Detect Cancer with a Urine...

Cells communicate with each other through a number of different mechanisms. Some of these mechanisms are well-known: in animals, for example, predatory threats can...
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...
graphene

Graphene Spin Transport Takes a Step Forward Towards Application

The strong collaborative ethos of the Graphene Flagship is accelerating developments in new technologies based on graphene – the single-atom-thick allotrope of carbon –...
Alzheimer

Brains of Old Monkeys and Humans Share Same Signs of Alzheimer’s

Very old rhesus monkeys exhibit similar patterns of brain pathology as human Alzheimer’s patients, researchers report in the journal Alzheimer’s & Dementia: The Journal...
flexible electronics

Undergrad Stretches Possibilities of Flexible Electronics

What if a flat-screen TV could be rolled up like a piece of paper? Binghamton University undergraduate Peter Tomlinson can picture it, thanks to...
floating solarvideo

Columbia Engineers Develop Floating Solar Fuels Rig for Seawater Electrolysis

In a single hour, more energy from the sun hits the Earth than all the energy used by humankind in an entire year. Imagine...
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Biological Age Explains Variation of Responses to Stress

Our response to acute stress prioritises behavioural and physiological processes to maximise our survival when we are faced with an immediate threat. This change...
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How a Common Cancer Hijacks Wound-Healing Switch

A*STAR researchers have identified the molecular means by which a common form of cancer hijacks wound-healing processes to help it spread. The team hope...
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Advance in Light Filtering Technology Has Implications for LCD Screens, Lasers...

Vector polarizers are a light filtering technology hidden behind the operation of many optical systems. They can be found, for instance, in sunglasses, LCD...
X-ray microscopy

Novel Lenses Enable X-Ray Microscopy with Record Resolution

Scientists at DESY have developed novel lenses that enable X-ray microscopy with record resolution in the nanometre regime. Using new materials, the research team...