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Oxford PV and Oxford University Partnership to Develop an All-Perovskite Solar...

Oxford PVTM – The Perovskite CompanyTM, the leader in the field of perovskite solar cells, today announced a five year research project with the University...
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Study Shows Link Between Regular Attendance at Religious Services and Health...

Researchers from the Emory Rollins School of Public Health have published a paper inPLOS ONE that links regular attendance at religious services with improved...
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High-Performance OLED Microdisplays for Next-Generation Smart Glasses

They are increasingly considered as a must-have for near-eye applications such as virtual reality glasses: within the next few years, OLED microdisplays are likely...
Influenza Infection

Antibodies May Reveal Timing of Previous Influenza Infection

The amount of influenza-specific antibodies present in an individual’s blood can indicate not only if they experienced the flu, but potentially when — a finding...
ketamine

Ketamine Shows Positive Results for Treating Severe Depression

Ketamine is known to be an effective antidepressant for people whose depression has not responded to other treatment. The paper, which is co-authored by Professor...
neural implants

Stretching the Boundaries of Neural Implants

Implantable fibers have been an enormous boon to brain research, allowing scientists to stimulate specific targets in the brain and monitor electrical responses. But...
medicine

New Research Aims to Unlock Power of Big Data and Open...

The Oxford Martin School is funding two new research programmes that will harness the power of data and collaboration to advance the field of...
Treatment Resistance

Moffitt Researchers Use Mathematical Modeling to Explain Evolutionary Phenomenon That Leads...

Modern medicine and treatments for bacterial infections and cancer have significantly increased life spans and improved quality-of-life. However, many drugs eventually fail because of...
brain

Brain Activity Predicts the Force of Your Actions

A clear link between the activity in nerve clusters in the brain and the amount of force generated in a physical action has been...
several diseases

Brazilian and British Scientists Develop Technology to Detect Several Diseases

Researchers at São Paulo State University’s Chemistry Institute (IQ-UNESP) in Araraquara, Brazil, working with colleagues at Oxford University in the UK have developed a...

Small Brain – Astounding Performance

The elephantnose fish (Gnathonemus petersii) is widespread in the flowing waters of West Africa and hunts insect larva at dawn and dusk. It is...

Reprogramming biology

Since arriving at MIT last December, James Collins’ biggest challenge has been finding time to take on all of the research projects that appeal...

Researchers Find Way to Control Heart Waves With Light

Electrical waves regulate the rhythm of the heartbeat, and when those signals go awry, the result is a potentially fatal arrhythmia. Now, a team...

More-flexible machine learning

Machine learning, which is the basis for most commercial artificial-intelligence systems, is intrinsically probabilistic. An object-recognition algorithm asked to classify a particular image, for...

Permanent Data Storage with Light

The first all-optical permanent on-chip memory has been developed by scientists of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and the universities of Münster, Oxford, and...