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Parkinson’s disease

Collaboration Between Lund University Researchers and Novo Nordisk Paves the Way...

One of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies, Novo Nordisk, are starting a new stem cell program for the treatment of Parkinson’s disease in close...
epilepsy

Predicting Epileptic Seizures, Just like the Weather

Every morning you wake up and check the weather app on your smartphone, to see if it will rain. If the forecast probability is...
Cosmological Collider

Scientists Are Using the Universe as a ‘Cosmological Collider’

Physicists are capitalizing on a direct connection between the largest cosmic structures and the smallest known objects to use the universe as a “cosmological...
quantum particle

New Breakthrough Discovery: Every Quantum Particle Travels Backwards

In everyday life, objects travel in the same direction as their momentum – a car in forward motion is going forwards, and certainly not...
X-rays

X-rays: More Colorful and More Powerful

The ScienceTo build everything from better electronics to cleaner energy, researchers need to know the details. To do that, scientists produced multiple pulses of...
computers

Computers Learn to Understand Humans Better by Modelling Them

Researchers from Aalto University, University of Birmingham and University of Oslo present results paving the way for computers to learn psychologically plausible models of...
MOF-based sensor

A Simple Nose for Noxious Gases

A thin-film chemical sensor coated onto an electrode offers a simple, practical way to detect minute traces of toxic gas. Sensors that use metal-organic...
two-dimensional materials

Breakthrough in ‘Wonder’ Materials Paves Way for Flexible Tech

Electronic devices set to become smaller, flexible and highly efficient – following University of Warwick research on 2D materials Researchers measured the electronic...
Crystallography

Crystallography : Electron Diffraction Locates Hydrogen Atoms

Diffraction of X-rays or neutrons by crystals is a method of choice for obtaining the atomic structure of crystalline solids essential for understanding the...
cellular

Study Finds Molecule That Functions as Cellular “Logic Board”

Researchers at the University of Tokyo found that a protein called parafibromin acts like a computer logic board within the cell by integrating and...
quantum computers

A New Class of Materials Could Realize Quantum Computers

Electron spin generally refers to the rotation of electrons around their axis. In a material electrons also orbit the atom’s nucleus. When these two...
electrons

Filming Coupled Light and Electrons as They Travel Undercover

When light couples to electrons on a surface, their concerted motion can travel as a wave guided by the surface geometry itself. These waves...
silicon carbide

New Cost-Effective Silicon Carbide High Voltage Switch Created

Researchers at North Carolina State University have created a high voltage and high frequency silicon carbide (SiC) power switch that could cost much less...
solar cells

Rubidium Pushes Perovskite Solar Cells to 21.6% Efficiency

Perovskite solar cells have great potential for providing us with cost-effective solar energy. However, heat stability is an issue, and can significantly limit the...
drug test

MIT and Leti Researchers Join Efforts to Develop a New Microchip...

A paper recently published in Nature Biotechnology introducing a new technique for fast drug tests developed by teams at MIT (headed by Scott Manalis,...
Fabric

New Fabric Uses Sun and Wind to Power Devices

Fabrics that can generate electricity from physical movement have been in the works for a few years. Now researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology...
X-ray optics

X-ray Optics on a Chip

Waveguides are widely used for filtering, confining, guiding, coupling or splitting beams of visible light. However, creating waveguides that could do the same for...
antifungals

Protein Structures Pave The Way For Broad-Spectrum Antifungals

Single enzyme proves crucial to several killer pathogens
photonic radar

Photonic Radar

The research group of Technion Prof. Erez Hasman has developed technology for compressing dozens of lenses on a nanometric surface. The study, published in Science magazine, paves the way for creating a completely new type of optical elements with potential applications in medicine, food, communications and other fields. 
light

Engineers discover a new gatekeeper for light

Finding paves the way for devices that switch quickly between transparency and opacity to specific forms of light