Monday, July 22, 2019
Home Tags Heavy

Tag: heavy

smallest wearable device

World’s Smallest Wearable Device Warns of Uv Exposure, Enables Precision Phototherapy

The world’s smallest wearable, battery-free device has been developed by Northwestern Medicine and Northwestern’s McCormick School of Engineering scientists to measure exposure to light...
environmental pollution

Trees Reveal the Evolution of Environmental Pollution

While walking or driving along tree-lined streets in São Paulo, Brazil’s largest city, you will pass many a tipuana tree (Tipuana tipu). Also known...
Carbon fiber plasters

Carbon Fiber Plasters for Bridges

Empa scientists are saving iron bridges from the 19th century from collapse. Carbon fiber plasters are strengthening the crumbling structures. A railway bridge in...
carbon emissions

Experts Build Pulsed Air Rig to Test 3d Printed Parts for...

The new Transient Air System Rig (TASR) was designed and built by Dr Aaron Costall and his team from Imperial College London’s Department of Mechanical Engineering.The researchers...
sleeping habits

Kids’ Sleeping Habits Disrupted by Sneaky Media Use

Preschoolers who spend more time watching television, playing video games or using computers—especially if they're sneaky at bedtime—get less sleep, say University of Michigan...
memristors

Making the Internet of Things Possible with a New Breed of...

The internet of things is coming, that much we know. But still it won’t; not until we have components and chips that can handle...
hairloss

Study Shows Increased Risk of Uterine Fibroids in African-American Women With...

In a study of medical records gathered on hundreds of thousands of African-American women, Johns Hopkins researchers say they have evidence that women with...
mosquito

Flower or Flesh? Genetics Explain Mosquito Preference

Imagine a world in which mosquitoes choose blossoms over blood.Nice, right?There already exists a mosquito species called Wyeomyia smithii in which most of the...
elephant

Scientists Uncover Patterns of Elephant Poaching in East Africa

Scientists analysing data from aerial surveys carried out over one of East Africa’s most important nature reserves have uncovered clusters of elephant carcasses close...
vanadium

Heavy Oils and Petroleum Coke Raising Vanadium Emissions

Human emissions of the potentially harmful trace metal vanadium into Earth’s atmosphere have spiked sharply since the start of the 21st century due in...
immune cells

Immune Cells Turn Back Time to Achieve Memory

Memory T cells earn their name by embodying the memory of the immune system – they help the body remember what infections or vaccines...
Cancer cells, cilia development, air pollution, photonic devices, Micro-lens, mosquito-borne infections, Microbiota, bone repair, 3D printing, neurodegenerative disease, cancer treatments, biological research, sepsis, foot and mouth disease, cytometry, batteries, Influenza A virus, vascular diseases, New Cancer Drugs, RNA molecules, polymers, antimicrobial resistance, Aging White Blood Cells, microviscosity, Transplant Drug, Nanophotonics, photonics, Built-In Nanobulbs, cerebral cortex, cancer cells, nanowires, optoelectronic, solar energy, gold nanowires, Chikungunya virus, concrete, glaucoma, light-emitting diode, Proteomics, nanostructures, nickel catalyst, Ultrafast lasers, liver capsular macrophages, obesity, cancer, lignin polymer, liver capsular macrophages, Ultrafast lasers, monocyte cells, cancer treatments, antibody drug, gene mutations, quantum-entangled photons, gut microbes, skin aging, stroke, machine learning, Cloned tumors, cancer, Rare Skin Disease, terahertz lasers, silicon-nanostructure pixels, oral cancer, heart muscle cells, cancer, cancer stem cells, gastric cancer, microelectromechanical systems, data storage, silicon nanostructures, Drug delivery, cancer, muscle nuclei, Lithography, silicon nanostructures, Quantum matter, robust lattice structures, potassium ions, Photothermal therapy, Photonic devices, Optical Components, retina, allergy, immune cells, catalyst, Nanopositioning devices, mold templates, lung cancer, cytoskeletons, hepatitis b, cardiovascular disease, memory deficits, Photonics, pre-eclampsia treatment, hair loss, nanoparticles, mobile security, Fluid dynamics, MXene, Metal-assisted chemical etching, nanomedicine, Colorectal cancer, cancer therapy, liver inflammation, cancer treatment, Semiconductor lasers, zika virus, catalysts, stem cells, fetal immune system, genetic disease, liver cancer, cancer, liver cancer, RNA editing, obesity, Microcapsules, genetic disease, Piezoelectrics, cancer, magnesium alloy, Quantum materials, therapeutic antibodies, diabetes, 2D materials, lithium-ion batteries, obesity, lupus, surfactants, Sterilization, skin on chip, Magnetic Skyrmions, cyber-security, wound infections, human genetics, immune system, eczema, solar cells, Antimicrobials, joint disorder, genetics, cancer

Shedding ‘Light’ on Antibody Design

Antibody-based drugs have long been a mainstay of treatment for many conditions, especially cancer and autoimmune diseases, but there may still be room for...
spintronic

Researchers Achieve Significant Breakthrough in Topological Insulator Based Devices for Modern...

The current induced magnetisation switching by spin-orbit torque (SOT) is an important ingredient for modern non-volatile magnetic devices such as magnetic random access memories...
mosquito

Rainfall Can Indicate That Mosquito-Borne Epidemics Will Occur Weeks Later

Findings A new study demonstrates that outbreaks of mosquito-borne viruses Zika and Chikungunya generally occur about three weeks after heavy rainfall. Researchers also found that Chikungunya...
nitrogenvideo

Heavy Nitrogen Molecules Reveal Planetary-Scale Tug-Of-War

Nature whispers its stories in a faint molecular language, and Rice University scientist Laurence Yeung and colleagues can finally tell one of those stories...
organic farming

What Contribution Can Organic Farming Make?

Soil degradation, over-fertilisation, pesticides – intensive farming poses a threat to our very existence. Organic farming is an oft-cited alternative. But can it actually...
snowstorms

Shape of Lake Ontario Generates White-Out Blizzards, Study Shows

A 6-foot-wide snow blower mounted on a tractor makes a lot of sense when you live on the Tug Hill Plateau. Tug Hill, in...
carbon dots

Location, Location, Location!

Thanks to their unusual optical properties, carbon particles with diameters on the order of a few nanometers – so-called C-dots – show great promise...
radioactive molecules

LEDs Light the Way for Better Drug Therapies

“Your average drug takes 12 to 14 years to come to market,” said MacMillan, the James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor of Chemistry. “So...
cancers

Alcohol Linked to Cancer According to Major Oncology Organization: ASCO Cites...

Alcohol use—whether light, moderate, or heavy—is linked with increasing the risk of several leading cancers, including those of the breast, colon, esophagus, and head...