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business model, supply chain, vloyen

New Business Platform “Moves the Cheese”

Vloyen disrupts the status quo, changing the game and introducing something new
medical record systemsvideo

How Unsecured, Obsolete Medical Record Systems and Medical Devices Put Patient...

A team of physicians and computer scientists at the University of California has shown that it is easy to modify medical test results remotely...
kidney cancer

Blood Test Could Detect Kidney Cancer up to Five Years Earlier

This new findings, from Imperial College London, are published in the journal Clinical Cancer Research. The study, supported by Cancer Research UK, examined the blood of 190 people who...
wearable brain scanner

First Language Study Using New Generation of Wearable Brain Scanner

Scientists have carried out the first study of human cognition using a new generation of brain scanner that can be worn like a helmet....
photocatalysis

Clean Through Solar Power

In combination with the right materials, sunbeams can work wonders: they clean building facades and decompose pollutants from the air or in the water....
quantum computers

Microscopic Trampoline May Help Create Networks of Quantum Computers

Take a bounce: A microscopic trampoline could help engineers to overcome a major hurdle for quantum computers, researchers from CU Boulder and the National...
nozzle-free electrospinning device, HIV-associated heart disease, robots, dementia and stroke, fatty liver, stroke, sleeping sickness, Sight Loss

Fatty Liver Research to Benefit from Stem Cell

The team has devised a way to probe Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease, which affects up to one in three people, using cells in a...
obesity

Early Puberty Linked with Increased Risk of Obesity for Women

The researchers say their findings, published today in the International Journal of Obesity, strengthen existing evidence of a link between the onset of puberty and...
Silicon Nanoparticles

Mining Hardware Helps Scientists Gain Insight into Silicon Nanoparticles

Researchers from ITMO University and their international colleagues have developed the first three-dimensional dynamic model of an interaction between light and silicon nanoparticles. They...
hippotherapy

New Start-up Company Markets Baylor Engineering Professor’s Innovative Hippotherapy System

A decade ago, Baylor University mechanical engineering professor Brian A. Garner, Ph.D., had never even heard of hippotherapy — the use of horseback riding as a therapeutic...
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...
Ebola immunity detector

Ebola Immunity Detector Has Been Developed, Scientists Reveal

The device, which was developed in collaboration with UCL, works in a similar way to a pregnancy test. However instead of detecting hormones, it looks...
hearing loss

‘Exciting’ Breakthrough in Effort to Help Children with Hearing Loss

A Florida State University researcher joined an international team using brain scans and machine-learning algorithms to determine which areas of the brain were most...
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Math Can Predict How Cancer Cells Evolve

Applied mathematics can be a powerful tool in helping predict the genesis and evolution of different types of cancers, a study from the University...
climate change

Is It Worth It?

When monsoon rains hit the Indian megacity of Mumbai, 171 small businesses in the Ansa Industrial Estate on the outskirts of the city risk...
plant tattoo sensors

Engineers Make Wearable Sensors for Plants, Enabling Measurements of Water Use...

Iowa State University plant scientist Patrick Schnable quickly described how he measured the time it takes for two kinds of corn plants to move...
cacao

CRISPR Put to Work to Save Chocolate from Devastation

Chocolate is forever, right? UC Berkeley scientists, using the revolutionary gene-editing tool CRISPR, are working to make it so, as climate change threatens the...
Eye Disease

Genetic Insights on Eye Disease

A skilled mechanic who knows every millimeter of an engine always knows which tool to use where and when. The toolbox biologists and geneticists use,...
brain damage

UTA Researcher Working to Correlate Blast Trauma to Neuronal Damage in...

Efficient communication between neurons in the brain is the key to achieving cognitive function. A University of Texas at Arlington researcher is working to determine...
quantum particles

Researchers Chart the ‘Secret’ Movement of Quantum Particles

We can verify old predictions of quantum mechanics, for example that particles can exist in different locations at the same time. David Arvidsson-Shukur One of the...