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cyber security

Professors Develop Model to Strengthen Wireless Networks for Natural Disasters

Protecting and strengthening the security of wireless networks used by law enforcement, firefighters and emergency responders during natural disasters and minimizing damage to networks...
Alzheimervideo

Discovery Lights Path for Alzheimer’s Research

A probe invented at Rice University that lights up when it binds to a misfoldedamyloid beta peptide — the kind suspected of causing Alzheimer’s...
hand transplant, ovarian cancer, genes, zika vaccine, Pregnancy

Synthetic DNA-based Zika Vaccine Candidate Found to be Safe and Effective...

A new generation DNA-based Zika vaccine is the first to demonstrate both safety and the ability to elicit an immune response against Zika in...
diagnostic intensity

Measuring “Diagnostic Intensity”

In some areas of the U.S., medical providers consistently order more tests and treatments for patients than providers do elsewhere — a fact that...
Internet data transmission

New Record for Internet Data Transmission Speed Between Global Hemispheres

A group of researchers and engineers affiliated with institutions in Brazil and the United States have broken the previous record for speed of data...
enzyme

People with Alcohol Dependency Lack Important Enzyme

The discovery is now published in the number-one ranked psychiatric journal from theNature Publishing Group, and could mean completely new possibilities for treating alcoholism. “We’ve...
hexavalent chromium

Stimulate Bacteria to Stop Chromium in Groundwater

Findings could aid contaminant management efforts at former weapons production and industrial processing sites.
Self-driving Vehicle

Local Motors Debuts “Olli”, the First Self-driving Vehicle to Tap the...

Local Motors transforms the passenger experience with IBM Watson Internet of Things technology; On roads now in Washington, DC and soon in Miami-Dade County and Las Vegas
epidemics

Walking and talking behaviors may help predict epidemics and trends

Mobile phone data may reveal an underlying mathematical connection between how we move and how we communicate that could make it easier to predict...
uranium

Advances in extracting uranium from seawater announced in special issue

The oceans hold more than four billion tons of uranium — enough to meet global energy needs for the next 10,000 years if only...