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Friday 18th January 2019

New Therapeutic Avenue in the Fight Against Chronic Liver Disease

ArticleChronic liver disease is known as the silent killer, as it shows no obvious symptoms until the disease has progressed to an advanced stage.Con

WVU Receives $2.2 Million Software Gift From Petroleum Experts Limited

NewsPetroleum Experts Limited has gifted geology students at West Virginia University its MOVE software, valued at $2.2 million.Contributed A

‘Realistic’ New Model Points the Way to More Efficient and Profitable Fracking

NewsA new computational model could potentially boost efficiencies and profits in natural gas production by better predicting previously hidden fracture mechanics.

How Connected Vehicles' Windshield Wipers Could Prevent Flooding

NewsOne of your car's oldest features has been put to a new, high-tech use by University of Michigan researchers. Contributed Author: 

Cleanroom Helps Investigate Ancient Mystery

NewsArchaeologists want to find out what could have led to major transformations in the lives of people living in a Russian mountain range in the second millennium BC.

Saturn Hasn't Always Had Rings

NewsPrecise measurements of Cassini's final trajectory have now allowed scientists to make the first accurate estimate of the amount of material in the planet's rings. Contribute

Innovative New Test Could Save Time, Money, Lives

NewsResearchers have developed a highly innovative new enzyme biomarker test that has the potential to indicate diseases and bacterial contamination.

Smart Fabrics Made Possible by New Metal Deposition Technique

NewsImperial researchers have devised a way to deposit metals onto fabrics and used it to insert sensors and batteries into these materials.

Advanced Studies and Latest Innovation Helping Hemp/CBD Companies Increase Yields

NewsThe hottest commodity today is growing hemp for CBD extraction. Contributed Author: 

Spin Flips Only Take Half a Picosecond

NewsResearchers discover molecules “spin flip” from magnetic to non-magnetic forms dynamically.Contributed Author: 

Whole Genome Sequencing Method May Speed Personalized Treatment of Drug-Resistant Infections

NewsResearchers say they have added to evidence that rapid resistance gene sequencing technology can accurately speed the identification of specific antibiotic-resistant bacteria strains that sicken and kill some patients.

Chemists Gain New Insight into Harnessing Hydrogen from Water

NewsScientists are one step closer to harnesses the sunlight-driven production of hydrogen from water, providing a sustainable approach to creating clean and renewable alternatives to fossil fuels.

Thursday 17th January 2019

UCLA Scientists Create a Renewable Source of Cancer-Fighting T Cells

NewsA study by UCLA researchers is the first to demonstrate a technique for coaxing pluripotent stem cells.Contributed Author: 

New Thermoelectric Material Delivers Record Performance

NewsResearchers say the finding offers promise for clean power generation.Contributed Author: 

Visible Laser to Study Semiconductor Properties

NewsBrilliant glow of paint-on semiconductors comes from ornate quantum physics.Contributed Author: 

Applying Physics to Energy-Efficient Building Design

NewsDeveloping a perfectly energy-efficient building is relatively easy to do—if you don't give the building's occupants any control over their environment.

Measuring AI's Ability to Learn Is Difficult

NewsOrganizations looking to benefit from the AI revolution should be cautious about putting all their eggs in one basket, a new study suggests.Contributed Autho

Wearable Sensor Detects Anxiety, Depression in Young Children

NewsEarly detection important in preventing anxiety disorders, risk of drug abuse, suicide later in life.Contributed Author: 

Physicists Uncover New Effect in Plasmas’ Interaction with Solids

NewsThe electronic properties of a solid material, such as its electrical conductivity, can be changed in a controlled, extremely fast and reversible manner, by ion impact.

More Animal Species Under Threat of Extinction, New Method Shows

NewsCurrently approximately 600 species might be inaccurately assessed as non-threatened on the Red List of Threatened Species. Contribute

Walgreens and Microsoft Establish Strategic Partnership to Transform Healthcare Delivery

NewsCompanies aim to improve health outcomes and lower overall costs with enhanced digital and retail experiences and an R&D commitment to build health care solutions through seven-year agreement

Pore Size Impacts Nature of Complex Nanostructures

NewsThe empty space present in 2-D molecular building blocks fundamentally changes the strength of van der Waals forces, and can potentially alter the assembly of sophisticated nanostructures.

Bioinspired Nanoscale Drug Delivery Method Developed

NewsWashington State University researchers have developed a novel way to deliver drugs and therapies into cells at the nanoscale without causing toxic effects that have stymied other such efforts.

Rapid 3D Printing Technique Yields New Spinal Cord Treatment

ArticleUsing new 3D printing technologies, researchers have developed a spinal cord that promotes nerve growth in injured sites and restore connections and lost function.

Wednesday 16th January 2019

Researchers One Step Closer to Harnessing Electricity Produced by Bacteria

ArticleSome bacteria species in oxygen-deprived environments—such as at the bottom of a lake or deep within a cave—are able to survive without oxygen.


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