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Wednesday 29th August 2018

Ebola Species Found in Bats Ahead of Any Potential Outbreak

Discovery illustrates PREDICT project's goal to find viruses before they spillover into people

Geologists Uncover New Clues about Largest Mass Extinction Ever

The event, also known as the Great Dying, occurred around 250 million years ago

Tuesday 28th August 2018

Self-Healing Reverse Filter Opens the Door for Many Novel Applications

A self-healing membrane that acts as a reverse filter, blocking small particles and letting large ones through, is the "straight out of science fiction" work of a team of Penn State mechanical engineers

INTEGRA Simplifies Pipetting for GLP Environments

INTEGRA makes life easier with built-in calibration alarms that provide a convenient audiovisual reminder after a user-defined time period and/or number of cycles

Compact Electronic Pipette Filler Perfect for Fume Hood Use

Compact in size, the UltraJet electronic pipette filler is perfect for use even in confined spaces such as safety cabinets and fume hoods

Sysmex America and Advanced Instruments to Offer Automated Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF) Cell Counting Across the Americas

Partnership enables use of Sysmex’s innovative technology with Advanced Instruments’ novel GloCyte Automated Cell Counter System

Nanotubes Change the Shape of Water

Rice University engineers show how water molecules square up in nanotubes

Garlic Ingredient from the Lab Bench

Short total synthesis of ajoene, a biologically active component in oil extracts of garlic

How Sleep Loss May Contribute to Adverse Weight Gain

Epidemiological studies have shown that the risk for obesity and type 2 diabetes is elevated in those who suffer from chronic sleep loss or who carry out shift work

Monday 27th August 2018

Researchers Develop Novel Process to 3-D Print One of the Strongest Materials on Earth

Because of graphene's strength, high thermal and electricity conductivity, 3-D printed objects would be highly coveted in certain industries

Why Are Tropical Forests So Diverse? New Study Examines Role of ?Natural Enemies?

A new Yale study affirms a long-held hypothesis that the presence of specialized "natural enemies" promotes tropical biodiversity. Except when it doesn't.

Shape-Shifting Material Can Morph, Reverse Itself Using Heat, Light

The controllable shape-shifting material could have broad applications for manufacturing, robotics, biomedical devices, and artificial muscles

Mutations in This Molecule May Have Helped Mammoths Tolerate the Cold

3-D images of a skin molecule involved in temperature sensation could lead to new treatments for skin diseases

Cardio Exercise and Strength Training Affect Hormones Differently

One of the conclusions of the study is that cardio exercise produces a far greater amount of the metabolic hormone FGF21 than strength training

Friday 24th August 2018

Evolution and the Concrete Jungle

New research conducted by evolutionary biologists worldwide paints cities as evolutionary "change agents"

Illinois Study Pioneers Humane Feline Research Facility

A group of researchers created a unique study environment designed to bridge the gap between the lab and the real world

Simple Test Could Identify Bladder Cancer Patients Who Won't Respond to Immunotherapy

This could potentially save months of unnecessary and ineffective treatment

Thursday 23rd August 2018

Gel Timer Viscometer For Measuring Gel Coats, Resins, and Potting Compounds

AMETEK Brookfield introduces the new Gel Timer DV2T Viscometer

Automation-Friendly Cell Growth Microplates

Porvair Sciences has extended its BactiGrowth range of specially-packaged plates designed to enable high yield growth of bacteria, yeast, mammalian, or insect cell lines

Fossil Turtle Didn't Have a Shell Yet, but Had the First Toothless Turtle Beak

228-million-year-old fossil sheds light on how turtles evolved

Found: A Destructive Mechanism That Blocks the Brain from Knowing When to Stop Eating

An international team of researchers has uncovered a destructive mechanism at the molecular level that causes a well-known phenomenon associated with obesity, called leptin resistance

Air Pollution Reduces Global Life Expectancy by More Than One Year, Study Finds

Air pollution is shortening your life. Here's how much

AMP Addresses Clinical Relevance of Dna Variants in Chronic Myeloid Neoplasms

New report recommends minimum of 34 critical gene inclusions for high-throughput pan-myeloid sequencing tests to help standardize clinical practice and improve patient care

Wednesday 22nd August 2018

NIST Details Steps to Keep Buildings Functioning after Natural Hazards

After an earthquake, hurricane, tornado, or other natural hazard, it's considered a win if no one gets hurt and buildings stay standing

Red or Yellow? a Simple Paper Test Detects False or Substandard Antibiotics

Researchers have put chemistry to work on a simple, inexpensive way to identify counterfeit antibiotics—a serious problem in the developing world

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