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Immunotherapy

Scientific Breakthrough: Promising New Target for Immunotherapy

Following the 2018 Nobel Prize for Medicine, global attention is now more than ever turned toward the promise of immunotherapy in oncology. An international...
quantum information

Quantum Information Science: Making the Leap

Quantum information science will contribute to one of the next revolutions in computing, but realizing that promise will stretch our scientific understanding and technological...
Oriental latrine blowflyvideo

Blowfly Uses Saliva to Keep Cool

On warm days the Oriental latrine blowfly (Chrysomya megacephala) keeps cool by moving a droplet of saliva repeatedly in and out of its buccal...
Electronics Laboratory

Smart Buildings That Can Manage Our Electricity Needs

A smart grid that decides how best to distribute energy based on availability, cost and customers’ needs – that’s the energy concept being developed...
medical scanning

Researchers Unlocking Potential for Next-Generation Medical Scanning

While still in the early stages, research reported today in the journal Science Advances has made significant steps towards a new MRI method with the potential...
drug development

Drug Manufacturing That’s out of This World

Liquid-liquid separation and chemical extraction are key processes in drug manufacturing and many other industries, including oil and gas, fragrances, food, wastewater filtration, and biotechnology.Three...
robotvideo

Killer Robots, Free Will and the Illusion of Control

Control. We all like to think we have it, but is it all just an illusion? It might seem like a very existential question...
power computing

Bending a New Tool for Low Power Computing

The ScienceToday’s computers rely on moving electrons to move data. Moving these charges, like the currents in electricity, can generate waste heat. What if...
jaundice detectorvideo

NEST360º’s Low-Cost Jaundice Detector Passes First Test in Africa

The first clinical study of a low-cost, hand-held jaundice detector invented by Rice University students couldn’t have come at a better time for NEST360°,...
Microsystems

UMD-Developed Microsystems Detect, Treat Bacterial Biofilms that Cause Postoperative Infections

A long-term, interdisciplinary research collaboration at the University of Maryland’s A. James Clark School of Engineering has made significant progress in detecting and treating...
anxiety

Combinations of Certain Personality Traits May Guard Against Depression and Anxiety

Though high levels of neuroticism put people at risk for depression and anxiety, if those same individuals are also highly extraverted and conscientious they...
memories

To Forget or to Remember? Memory Depends on Subtle Brain Signals,...

The fragrance of hot pumpkin pie can bring back pleasant memories of holidays past, while the scent of an antiseptic hospital room may cause...
catalyst

New Catalyst Controls Activation of a Carbon-Hydrogen Bond

Chemists have developed another catalyst that can selectively activate a carbon-hydrogen bond, part of an ongoing strategy to revolutionize the field of organic synthesis...
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IBM Expands Watson Data Platform to Help Unleash AI for Professionals

IBM today announced new offerings to itsWatson Data Platform, including data cataloging and data refining, which is designed to make it easier for developers and data...
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With Midlife Comes Sexual Wisdom: Pitt Research Shows Women’s Sexuality Adapts...

While women experience changes with the menopausal transition that can negatively affect their sex lives, they often adapt behaviorally and psychologically to these changes,...
root canal

Antimicrobial Gel Developed at IU School of Dentistry Could Improve Root...

More than 15 million root canals are done each year, according to the American Association of Endodontists. During the procedure, the tooth's pulp and...
avionics

Hellenic Navy Readies P-3 Avionics for the Future

The Rockwell CollinsFlight2™ integrated avionics system has been selected by Lockheed Martin to bring Hellenic Navy P-3 aircraft into compliance with upcoming mandates for...
clothes dryer

Keeping It Clean: Mechanical Engineering Students Work to Develop Clothes Dryer...

Five seniors from the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M University are working together to develop clothes dryer technology to help astronauts save...
battery

Leading the Way in Battery Technology

Business Secretary Greg Clark has announced the universities that will lead pioneering research into the next generation of battery technology."...fostering innovative research collaboration between our...
Inflammatory Disease

Universities to Create World’s Largest Inflammatory Disease Biobank

The University of Manchester is part of a national consortium which has been awarded a £1.7 million grant to create the world’s largest Immune-Mediated...