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Robotics Researchers Track Autonomous Underground Mining Vehicles

QUT robotics researchers have developed new technology to equip underground mining vehicles to navigate autonomously through dust, camera blur and bad lighting. Using mathematics and...
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CAR T, Immunotherapy Bring New Hope for Multiple Myeloma Patients

Two investigational immunotherapy approaches, including chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T cell therapy, have shown encouraging results in the treatment of multiple myeloma patients who...
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What’s in a Brain? Why Networking Might Be the Key to...

What makes some people more clever than others? One of the central aims of cognitive neuroscience is to understand how the make-up of our...
HIV Viruses

Yale Researchers Root out Latent HIV Viruses

Up to this point in HIV treatment research, biomedical engineers have been unable to find strategies to target the virus in its undercover, dormant...
genetic switches

Study Identifies Hundreds of Genetic ‘Switches’ That Affect Height

The network of factors behind height is becoming clearer, thanks to the work of Harvard scientists. Led by Associate Professor of Human Evolutionary Biology Terence...
Narwhals

Heart Monitors on Wild Narwhals Reveal Alarming Responses to Stress

Narwhals released after entanglement in nets and outfitted with heart monitors performed a series of deep dives, swimming hard to escape, while their heart...
brain

Electrical Stimulation in Brain Bypasses Senses, Instructs Movement

The brain’s complex network of neurons enables us to interpret and effortlessly navigate and interact with the world around us.  But when these links...
fuel

Making Fuel out of Thick Air

Scientists hoping to develop new energy resources have long pursued the goal of directly converting methane, a simple and abundant chemical found in natural...
ocean methane

Researchers Establish Long-Sought Source of Ocean Methane

Industrial and agricultural activities produce large amounts of methane, a greenhouse gas that contributes to global warming. Many bacteria also produce methane as a...
Anorexia

Anorexia Aggravates Disease Progression in Heart Failure

More than 80 percent of patients with heart failure are elderly people who, for the most part, also suffer from co-morbidities. These additional health...
Alzheimer’s

Population of Americans with Alzheimer’s Will More Than Double by 2060,...

About 15 million Americans will have either Alzheimer’s dementia or mild cognitive impairment by 2060, up from approximately 6.08 million this year, according to...
quantum bits

Stable Quantum Bits

Milestone on the path to the quantum computer: Scientists of the University of Konstanz, Princeton University, and the University of Maryland develop a stable...
anti-drug

​Brain Scans May Reveal Most Effective Anti-Drug Messages

What if you could look into the brains of potential drug abusers and see what messages would be most likely to persuade them to...
blood clot

National Clinical Trial Finds Certain Treatments for Blood Clots Not Effective

Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) – blood clots, usually in the legs – is commonly treated with either a blood thinner or by combining the...
biorobots

Mapping out a Biorobotic Future

You might not think a research area as detailed, technically advanced and futuristic as building robots with living materials would need help getting organized,...
driverless cars

How Will Driverless Cars Change How We Travel?

The idea of a completely autonomous vehicle is exciting — and a bit scary. As we envision future advancements on the road, many would like...
gaming

Gaming to Inspire Future Generations of Health Scientists

If the United States wants to remain a leader in health sciences, it needs to interest young people from diverse backgrounds in the field....
purified nanotubes

Wheat Gets Boost from Purified Nanotubes

The introduction of purified carbon nanotubes appears to have a beneficial effect on the early growth of wheatgrass, according to Rice University scientists. But...
nanoscale

Three Kinds of Information from a Single X-Ray Measurement

Whatever the size of mobile phones or computers are, the way in which such electronic devices operate relies on the interaction between various materials....
malaria

Birth Control for Parasites: Researchers Reveal New Vaccine Target for Malaria

Malaria, a disease caused by the transfer of the Plasmodium parasite from certain mosquitos to humans, is responsible for 429,000 deaths every year according...