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pulmonary embolism

Nuclear Imaging Trial Aiming to Clear up Airway Diagnosis

With the first patient enrolled this week, the new study will assess lung function in real time, using a radioactive functional ventilation tracer called...
membranes

A Traffic Cop for Molecules

The Science Whether making a plastic coating or fuel, saving energy reduces costs. A vital target for cost savings is separating chemicals that are slightly...
potato

Potato Waste Processing May Be the Road to Enhanced Food Waste...

With more than two dozen companies in Pennsylvania manufacturing potato chips, it is no wonder that researchers in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences...
Probiotics

Probiotics Helps Poplar Trees Clean up Toxins in Superfund Sites

Probiotics – or natural microbes – are believed to provide boost the human immune system and provide other health benefits. New research involving a...
graphene

“Fizzy” Soda Water Could Be Key in Clean and Sustainable Manufacture...

Whether you call it effervescent, fizzy, or sparkling, carbonated water is making a comeback as a beverage. Aside from quenching thirst, researchers at the...
Aging Disease

Artificial Blood Vessels Mimic Rare Accelerated Aging Disease

Biomedical engineers have grown miniature human blood vessels that exhibit many of the symptoms and drug reactions associated with Hutchinson-Gilford Progeria Syndrome—an extremely rare...
aquaculture

A Tiny Fraction of Oceans Could Satisfy the World’s Fish Demand

From sashimi to smoked salmon, ceviche to mussels Provençal, seafood dishes are among the world’s best-loved culinary delights and dietary staples. But the billions of...
cancer

Birth Defects, Cancer Linked

Some children born with birth defects may be at increased risk for specific types of cancer, according to a new review from the Brown...
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A Small Drop of Blood for an Ocean of Information

The new method, called pharmacoscopy, combines automated microscopy and single-cell image analysis to provide over 20 million cells worth of data. Thanks to the...
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Sony and Sony Global Education Develop a New System to Manage...

IBM Japan today announced that Sony Corporation and Sony Global Education, a subsidiary of Sony that works to provide global educational services, have developed a...
Nanocoating

Material-Independent Nanocoating Antimicrobial Spray Significantly Extends the Shelf Life of Produce

The edible coating on produce has drawn a great deal of attention in the food and agricultural industry. It could not only prolong postharvest...
crab nebula

New Observations Reveal Crab Nebula’s Polarised Emissions for First Time

The researchers' observations of polarised X-rays from the Crab Nebula and Pulsar, published today in Scientific Reports, may help explain sudden flares in the...
breast cancer

Breast Cancer Genomic Profiling Reveals Clues to Treatment Resistance

Thanks to advances in treatment, the relative five-year survival rate from all combined subtypes of breast cancer now exceeds 90 percent and yet the...
Antibiotic Resistance

New Ultrafast Method for Determining Antibiotic Resistance

Antibiotic resistance is a growing medical problem that threatens human health globally. One important contributory factor in the development of resistance is the incorrect...
ultraviolet radiation

High Resolution Without Particle Accelerator

A visit to the optometrist often involves optical coherence tomography. This imaging process uses infrared radiation to penetrate the layers of the retina and...
obesity

Gene Therapy via Skin Could Treat Diseases Such as Obesity

A University of Chicago-based research team has overcome challenges that have limited gene therapy and demonstrated how their novel approach with skin transplantation could...
Inflammations

Hibernating Control Cells or Why Inflammations Become Chronic

Rheumatoid arthritis is the most common autoimmune disease of the joints. It causes a chronic inflammatory response, with the body’s own immune cells attacking...
tuberculosis

Predicting TB’s Behavior

Novel molecular tests are gaining popularity as a rapid way to detect genetic mutations that render tuberculosis impervious to drugs. Yet, how well these...
pregnancyvideo

Pregnancy Loss and Evolution of Sex Linked by Cellular Line Dance

After Dan Levitis and his wife lost two pregnancies, before having their three children, he was drawn to investigate why pregnancy loss is so...
memory alloy sensory

Embedded Shape Memory Alloy Sensory Particles May Better Detect Damage in...

Most of us take flying in an airplane for granted. We book our tickets, sit through the long check-in lines, and if we’re lucky,...