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Thursday 13th December 2018

When Heat Ceases to be a Mystery, Spintronics Becomes More Real

NewsThe development of spintronics depends on materials that guarantee control over the flow of magnetically polarized currents. Contributed Author: 

New Thermal Clothing Patches Could Reduce Indoor Energy Consumption

ArticleTo eliminate wasting energy on empty spaces, researchers from Rutgers University and Oregon State University have developed thin, durable heating patches that can be sewn into clothing, warming up just the body in the cold winter months.

For A Longer Battery Life: Pushing Lithium Ion Batteries to the Next Performance Level

NewsConventional lithium ion batteries, such as those widely used in smartphones and notebooks, have reached performance limits. Contribute

High-Efficiency Discovery Drives Low-Power Computing

NewsDiscovery of atomic-scale binary logic powers faster, more energy-efficient electronics. Contributed Author: 

Novel X-ray Imaging Technique Provides Nanoscale Insights into Behavior of Biological Molecules

NewsResearchers have demonstrated that fluctuation X-ray scattering is capable of capturing the behavior of biological systems in unprecedented detail.

Generic Version of Evzio Opioid Overdose Med to Debut With Reduced List Price

NewsOffered through Kaléo subsidiary IJ Therapeutics, the authorized generic will be made available in midyear 2019 at $178 per carton.

Q BioMed and SRI Collaborate on Formulation and Preclinical Work on Autism

NewsThe collaborative agreement will include early clinical manufacturing of QBM-001 in support of Q BioMed's Autistic Spectrum Disorder drug development program.

FDA Warns API Manufacturer Involved in Valsartan Recall

NewsFDA outlined several manufacturing violations at the Chuannan, China facility of Zhejiang Huahai Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd.

Wednesday 12th December 2018

Buffalo Billion Overseer Sentenced to 3.5 Years

ArticleThe founder of SUNY Polytechnic Institute, Alain Kaloyeros, was sentenced to prison for rigging state contract bids.Staff Author: 

Generex Given Go-Ahead to Proceed With Study of Triple Negative Breast Cancer Treatment

NewsThe combination study builds on previous clinical studies of both cancer vaccine AE37 and Keytruda.Contributed Author: 

R&D Magazine's Holiday Gift Guide for Science Lovers

ArticleCheck out these 10 science-themed gifts for your loved ones, and perhaps even for yourself.Contributed Author: 

Researchers Produce Hydrogen in pH Neutral Conditions

ArticleA team has developed a new catalyst that could be used in clean energy technologies that rely on producing hydrogen from water. Staff Author: 

Researchers: Sawdust is Next Wave in Renewable Energy

NewsTeam led by UMass Lowell gets $1 million to develop sustainable fuel additives.Contributed Author: 

Using Baking Soda Filled Capsules to Capture Co2 Emissions

NewsAlthough the use of renewable energy is on the rise, coal and natural gas still represent the majority of the United States energy supply.Contributed A

Friendly Electromagnetic Pulse Improves Survival for Electronics

NewsThe ElectroMagnetic Environment Simulator, or EMES, consists of a hippopotamus-sized Marx generator that sits alone in a small laboratory.

Quit Sterilizing Your Dust

NewsAntimicrobial chemical tied to antibiotic resistance genes in dust.

Study Unlocks Clues to How Planets Form

NewsAstrophysicists discover a large population of potential young planets in distant solar systems.Contributed Author: 

A New Look at Cell Membranes

NewsClearest view ever of cell membrane yields unexpected structure, research possibilities.

SDSC’s ‘Trestles’ Supercomputer Still Going Strong Over 3 Years Later

NewsThe "high-productivity workhorse” is in active retirement at the University of Arkansas.Contributed Author: 

CDMO Identifies Trends Affecting the Generic Drugs Sector in 2019

NewsA shift to outsourcing, practical innovation, increased reliance on raw material, and faster FDA approvals dominate the sector in 2019.

Medical Marijuana User, 78, Evicted From Subsidized Housing

NewsThe man is being evicted from federally subsidized housing in a case complicated by conflicting state and federal marijuana rules.Contributed Author: 

Jury Deliberations Continue in Meningitis Trial

ArticleThe NECC has been blamed for a 2012 fungal meningitis outbreak—thought to have been caused by improper cleanroom practices—that killed dozens of people.

Laser Technology Maps Minerals Deep in the Ocean

NewsScientists have successfully measured zinc samples under deep-sea conditions. Their method could support sustainable extraction of raw seabed materials.

Cardiovascular Disease Linked to Living Close to Oil and Gas Exploration

ArticleAdvances in fracking, horizontal drilling and micro-seismic imaging has opened up several previously inaccessible areas for exploration, some of which are in heavily populated areas.

Scientists Uncover Stability in Hybrid Photoelectric Nanomaterials

NewsMany new materials for photoelectric devices combine two non-organic and organic chemical elements.

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