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dengue

A Biomarker That Detects Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever Is Discovered

Patients infected by dengue virus will soon be able to take a new blood test capable of predicting whether the disease will progress to...
nozzle-free electrospinning device, HIV-associated heart disease, robots, dementia and stroke, fatty liver, stroke, sleeping sickness, Sight Loss

Nano-Scale Process May Usher in Cheaper Products

The process could speed the commercial development of devices, materials and technologies that exploit the physical properties of nanoparticles, which are thousands of times...
Rare Neurological Disorders

Researchers Link Three Rare Neurological Disorders, Identify Potential Therapeutic Venue

According to the National Institutes of Health, one in 10 Americans is impacted by one of more than 7,000 identified rare diseases. The majority...
Composite Materialsvideo

Materials of the Future

Materials that are light and robust, inherently stable and still easily adjustable, and which can also be produced sustainably and in a resource-friendly way...
Bone-mimetic biomaterials

Car Component Quality Testing Technology Helps Hip Surgeons Ensure Prostheses Bind...

Hip surgeons are making significant advances in designing hip replacement components using additive manufacturing (3D printing) but have been struggling to devise easy methods...
microelectronics

Ultra-Secure, Ultra-Reliable Trusted Microelectronics Development Project Will Focus on Hardware First

The sophisticated spy-vs.-spy of cybersecurity and cyberattacks has reached the point where even the foundational hardware and materials of electronic devices needs to be...
koalas

Australian Scientists Crack the Genetic Code of Koalas

A team of Australian and international scientists – including UNSW Sydney Professor Marc Wilkins – have made a significant breakthrough, successfully sequencing the full koala...
minerals

New Mineral Reaction Path Discovered

With the aid of the latest, highly precise laboratory methods an international team of scientists with GFZ-participation identified a so far unknown reaction path...
Glassomer

Advanced Materials: Processing Glass Like a Polymer

Pure quartz glass is highly transparent and resistant to thermal, physical, and chemical impacts. These are optimum prerequi-sites for use in optics, data technology...
Glycoproteins

Chemical Octopus Catches Sneaky Cancer Clues, Trace Glycoproteins

Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have engineered a chemical trap that exhaustively catches what are called glycoproteins, including minuscule traces that have previously escaped...
portable smartphone

Researchers Develop Smart Phone for Quicker Infection Testing

Washington State University researchers have developed a low-cost, portable laboratory on a phone that works nearly as well as clinical laboratories to detect common...
artificially intelligent wheelchair

Self-Driving AI Wheelchair Edges Closer to Aiding People with Disabilities

The research prize will help a team at Imperial College London to develop a self-driving, self-navigating wheelchair for paralysed people who can lead with their gaze....
Tiny Nanomachine

Tiny Nanomachine Successfully Completes Test Drive

Nanomachines include structures of complex proteins and nucleic acids that are powered with chemical energy and can perform directed movements. The principle is known...
networked sensors

Fraunhofer Solves Networked Sensors‘ Energy Problems

The Internet of Things (IoT) is growing steadily. An enormous number of networked nodes collecting, evaluating and converging data in a network is therfore...
Nanostructures

Nanostructures Made of Previously Impossible Material

When you bake a cake, you can combine the ingredients in almost any proportions, and they will still always be able to mix together....
malaria

Fighting Malaria with Green Chemical Synthesis

The most important active ingredient against malaria can now be produced in a considerably more efficient and environmentally friendly way. Researchers at the Max...
Nanofibers

“Living bandages”: NUST MISIS Scientists Develop Biocompatible Anti-burn Nanofibers

A group of NUST MISIS’s young scientists, for the very first time in Russia, has presented a new therapeutic material based on nanofibers made of polycaprolactone modified with a thin-film antibacterial...
Metasurface Optics

Flat Metasurface Optics: Watson Lecture Preview

For hundreds of years, most optical elements like lenses and polarizers have been fabricated using carefully polished pieces of glass or crystals and assembled...
RNA nucleosides

Progenitors of the Living World

“And the Earth was without form and void” – before the emergence of life. Meanwhile, we know rather more about the early Earth, but...
Tail Weaponry

Why Don’t Turtles Still Have Tail Spikes? Researchers Explain Why Tail...

We’re all familiar with those awesome armored giants of the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods –Stegosaurus and Ankylosaurus – and their amazing, weaponized tails. But...