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Thursday 19th April 2018

Study Finds That Concussion Severity, Recovery Differ Between Men and Women

ArticleNew research suggests that post-concussion symptom severity, as well as the length of recovery differs in men and women.

A Robot Autonomously Assembles an IKEA Chair

NewsIt assembled IKEA's Stefan chair in 8 minutes and 55 seconds. Contributed Author: Nanyang Technologica

For Nuclear Weapons Reduction, a Way to Verify Without Revealing

NewsNew isotope-detection method could prove compliance but avoid divulging secrets.

Building the Lab of the Future with the ‘Internet of Lab Things’

ArticleThe creation of a network of connected devices through IoLT enables life science companies to improve research throughput acceleration.

Both Genetic and Environmental Factors Contribute to Rheumatoid Arthritis Severity

ArticleNew research suggests a link between a particular gene variation and environmental factors in the development of rheumatoid arthritis.

Graphene Changes Elastic Properties Depending on Applied Force

NewsResearchers find a universal feature defining unique elastic and electrical graphene properties.Contributed Author: 

Researchers Design 'Soft' Robots That Can Move on Their Own

NewsUsing sensors, actuators and artificial muscle, robots could be used in medicine, rescue and defense.

Martian Moons Model Indicates Formation Following Large Impact

NewsThe origin of the Red Planet's small moons has been debated for decades. Contributed Author: 

Wednesday 18th April 2018

Molecular Nanosheets Expand in Less Than a Millisecond

ArticleResearchers are turning to light to rapidly expand nanosheets that can be used to improve artificial muscle and small electronics.

Oxide-Based Semiconductors Yield More Flexible LCD Screens

ArticleTransistors made with oxide-based semiconductors may soon replace the silicon-versions commonly used in LCD screens. Staff Aut

Writing and Deleting Magnets With Lasers

NewsScientists have found a way to write and delete magnets in an alloy using a laser beam.Contributed Author: Hel

Harvesting Water From Fog With Harps

NewsAs summertime draws near, some people around the U.S. will face annual water usage restrictions as water supplies become strained. Contributed Author: 

One Step Closer to Understanding Explosive Sensitivity With Molecule Design

NewsExperiments and modeling join forces to unravel complex mechanical and chemical processes in explosive initiation.

Nanoparticle Research Provides New Applications for Industry and Everyday Life

ArticleInnovative optical nanotechnology research in health, energy, and manufacturing.

AACR 2018: “Universal” CAR T-Cell Product Could Make Treatment More Accessible

ArticleFT819, an off-the-shelf, T-cell receptor (TCR)-less CD19 CAR T-cell product could potentially make CAR-T cell treatment more accessible to cancer patients.

AACR 2018: Dual Inhibition of IDO1 and PD-L1 Safe in Patients With Advanced Solid Tumors

NewsAn immunotherapy treatment combining the IDO1 inhibitor epacadostat and the PD-L1 inhibitor durvalumab was found to be safe in patients.

Robot Developed for Automated Assembly of Designer Nanomaterials

NewsResearchers have solved this issue by developing an automated robot that greatly speeds up the collection of 2D crystals and their assembly.

Tuesday 17th April 2018

New Advanced Camera Helps Detect Exoplanets

Article DARKNESS, the first 10,000-pixel integral field spectrograph, can overcome the limitations of traditional semiconductor detectors.Staff Author

AACR 2018: St. Jude Partners With Microsoft to Create Global Genomic Database for Pediatric Cancer

ArticleResearchers around the globe can now access thousands of pediatric cancer genomic datasets, thanks to a new cloud-based initiative.

An AI that Makes Road Maps from Aerial Images

NewsResearchers have created RoadTracer, an automated method to build road maps that's 45 percent more accurate than existing approaches. Contributed Author: 

AACR 2018: Next-Gen Agent Targets Novel Cancer Driver, Shows Promise Across Multiple Tumor Types

ArticleBLU-667 demonstrated early promise for patients with RET mutations—a key driver across multiple cancers.

3D Printed Active Materials Could Yield Flexible Robots for the Military

ArticleThe structurally rigid nature of modern robotics often makes them impractical for military usage.Staff Author: 

Quantum Shift Shows itself in Coupled Light and Matter

NewsRice University scientists corral, quantify subtle movement in condensed matter system.Contributed Author: 

Monday 16th April 2018

Engineering a Plastic-Eating Enzyme

NewsScientists have engineered an enzyme which can digest some of our most commonly polluting plastics.Contrib

Graphene Spikes Improve Implant Surgery Safety

ArticleA small layer of graphene flakes or spike could help improve the overall safety and success of implant surgeries. Staff Author: 

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