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Global CO2 Emissions Stalled for the Third Year in a Row

The report provides updated results on the continuous monitoring of the three main greenhouse gases: carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O).Global...
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Remote Medical Diagnostics and Treatment Can Help to Ease Pressure on...

Medical, teleoperated robotic systems have witnessed tremendous growth over recent years. Their ultimate goal is to provide specialised healthcare services over long distances, effectively...
Fossil

3D-Modelling Shows Food Residues in 230 Million Years Old Fossil Faeces

Examples from two faeces of Triassic age (230 million years old) include delicate remains of beetles in one, and a half-complete fish and fragments...
touchable tabletvideo

A Touchable Tablet to Guide the Visually Impaired

Navigating in an unfamiliar setting is a major challenge for people with a visual impairment. To make it easier for them to find their...
influenza A virus

‘Antisense’ Compounds Offer New Weapon Against Influenza A

Challenging a long-held convention, University researchers have shown they can inhibit the influenza A virus by targeting its genomic RNA with “antisense” compounds.Their findings,...
Aerial Systems Optimization

“New Heights” Reached In Unmanned Aerial Systems Optimization Research

The Warsaw University of Technology (WUT) and Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) successfully demonstrated their UAV optimization technologies using aerial command and control (C2) of...
Micro-Robot

Natural Scale Caterpillar Soft Robot Is Powered and Controlled with Light

Researchers at the Faculty of Physics at the University of Warsaw, using the liquid crystal elastomer technology, originally developed in the LENS Institute in...
single-molecule

Pushing a Single-Molecule Switch

Everybody knows the force that is required to activate a light switch on a wall – a finger is enough. But how much force...

Twice a day radiotherapy halves treatment time and is equally good...

Trial designed to find the best way of giving radiotherapy alongside chemotherapy for patients with small cell lung cancer
dialysis

Bioengineered blood vessel is safe for dialysis patients, study finds

A Yale scientist collaborated with researchers at Duke University and surgeons in Poland and the United States to create bioengineered blood vessels for kidney-disease...