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qubits

Qubits Trained to Find Iron Ore, Brain Pathologies, and Distant Quasars

“When you study nature, whether you investigate the human brain or a supernova explosion, you always deal with some sort of electromagnetic signals,” explains Andrey...
radio frequency amplifiers

Improved Amplifier Technology for Use in Positron Emission Tomography

In the EU project ENEFRF, researchers at the Ångström Laboratory are working on improving the radio frequency amplifiers that will make technology for cancer...
Breast Cancer

Research Identifies New Treatment Targets in Breast Cancer

Scientists at Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI) at the University of Utah (U of U), in collaboration with the Salk Institute for Biological Studies, have generated the first single...
hearing loss

Drug Could Protect Children from Hearing Loss After Chemo

When cisplatin was first used to treat cancer in the late 70s, it made a big impact.“It was the most extraordinary breakthrough treatment,” says Dr Penelope...
algorithms

The Algorithms of Our Future Thinking Machines

It has been almost a year since IT researchers at Uppsala University and KTH received 24 million kronor from the Swedish Research Council for...
Tourette syndrome

Deep Brain Stimulation Shows Promise for Select Tourette Patients in New...

University of Florida neuroscientists are leading a multinational effort to track outcomes for patients with Tourette syndrome who undergo deep brain stimulation surgery, an...
HIV-Positive Kidney Transplants

Johns Hopkins is the First Center in the United States Approved...

Johns Hopkins hopes to become the first hospital in the U.S. to perform HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ transplants from living donors.Potential kidney donors are...
heart attack

Localized Cooling of the Heart Limits Damage Caused by a Heart...

The innovative new procedure was co-developed with scientists of the university in Eindhoven and the company LifeTec Group, a university spin-off. A sports collision“We have...
asthma

For City Kids with Asthma, Telemedicine and In-School Care Cut ER...

Children with asthma in the Rochester City School District who received a combination of telemedicine support and school-based medication therapy were almost half as...
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...
stroke paralysis

Computer Game Highlights Stroke Paralysis Partly Due to a Lack of...

Patients who have suffered a stroke – where the blood flow to the brain is interrupted by a clot or bleed – often experience...
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Chemical from Cactus-Like Plant Shows Promise in Controlling Surgical Pain, While...

A promising approach to post-operative incision-site pain control uses a naturally occurring plant molecule called resiniferatoxin (RTX). RTX is found in Euphorbia resinifera, a...
sepsis

Sepsis Kills Most in Icus, with 55.7% Mortality Rate

Brazil has an extremely high rate of mortality from sepsis in intensive care units (ICUs), surpassing even mortality due to stroke and heart attack...
medical marijuana

Pediatric Cancer Providers Give Medical Marijuana a Cautious Thumbs-Up

New research by Yale Cancer Center (YCC) researchers shows a majority of pediatric cancer providers endorse the potential use of medical marijuana for children...
germs

Thinking About Germs Makes People Concerned About How They Look

Simply thinking about potential infection seems to increase people’s concerns about their own physical appearance, especially if they are chronic germ worriers, according to...
brain waves

Neuroscientists Show Deep Brain Waves Occur More Often During Navigation and...

FindingsUCLA neuroscientists are the first to show that rhythmic waves in the brain called theta oscillations happen more often when someone is navigating an...
GratXray

X-Ray Light Revolutionaries

Every start-up begins with a vision of conquering the market with new ideas, but a number of milestones must first be reached before the...
pneumonia

Four Simple Tests Could Help GPs Spot Pneumonia and Reduce Unnecessary...

Testing for fever, high pulse rate, crackly breath sounds, and low oxygen levels could be key to helping GPs distinguish pneumonia from less serious...
apneaband

Detecting Sleep Apnea: Leti Embeds Sensors in Wristband To Measure Heart...

Leti, a research institute of CEA Tech, will demonstrate at CES 2018 its new wristband that measures physical indicators of a range of conditions,...
Antibiotic Resistance

Scientists Find Potential Weapons for the Battle Against Antibiotic Resistance

Scientists at the UNC School of Medicine have found that a bacterium can become much more or less susceptible to an antibiotic depending on...