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New genetic engineering technique could help design, study biological systems
SCIENCE DAILY A new technique will help biologists tinker with genes, whether the goal is to turn cells into tiny factories churning out medicines, modify crops to grow with limited... 15 hours
Medical News Today: 'Soft robot' designed to pump failing hearts
MNT Heart failure affects millions of Americans. A new wave of 'soft robots' capable of mimicking heart muscles may save lives on the transplant waiting list. 20 hours
Single-shot real-time video recording of a photonic Mach cone induced by a scattered light pulse
Science Magazine Ultrafast video recording of spatiotemporal light distribution in a scattering medium has a significant impact in biomedicine. Although... 1 day
Physical determinants of bipolar mitotic spindle assembly and stability in fission yeast
Science Magazine Mitotic spindles use an elegant bipolar architecture to segregate duplicated chromosomes with high fidelity. Bipolar spindles form from a monopolar initial condition; this is... 1 day
Visible/near-infrared subdiffraction imaging reveals the stochastic nature of DNA walkers
Science Magazine DNA walkers are designed with the structural specificity and functional diversity of oligonucleotides to actively convert chemical energy into mechanical translocation. Compared to natural protein motors, DNA walkers’... 1 day
Researchers uncover mechanism of resistance used by triple negative breast cancer
NEWS MEDICAL Breast cancer cells are evasive, finding ways to bypass drugs designed to stop their unchecked growth. 1 day
Engineering students design experiment to test whether beer can be brewed on the moon
PHYS.ORG Can beer be brewed on the moon? A team of UC San Diego engineering students is hoping to find out.... 2 days
New genetic engineering technique could help design, study biological systems
PHYS.ORG A new technique will help biologists tinker with genes, whether the goal is to turn cells into tiny factories churning out medicines, modify crops to grow with limited... 2 days
Engineers seek to improve industrial electric drives
PHYS.ORG The same mechanical principles underlie whether a DVD player skips and whether the most advanced surgical robot will rotate its scalpel arm toward the wrong organ. Both depend on the stable performance of motors,... 2 days
Newborn Dying of Stroke Survives After Docs Perform Surgery Designed for Adults
ABC NEWS Physicians weren't sure if the surgery had ever been performed on a newborn. 2 days
[Organoids] Ethics of organoid research
Science Magazine Growing functional human tissues and organs would provide much needed material for regeneration and repair. New technologies are taking us in that direction. In addition to their use – [Read More] 2 days
Chip-sized, high-speed terahertz modulator raises possibility of faster data transmission
SCIENCE DAILY Engineers have invented a chip-sized, high-speed modulator that operates at terahertz (THz) frequencies and at room temperature at low voltages without consuming DC power. The discovery could help... 2 days
[In Depth] A half-billion-dollar bid to head off emerging diseases
Science Magazine In the wake of the Ebola crisis that erupted in West Africa in 2014, many public health leaders recognized that a more aggressive effort to develop vaccines could... 2 days
[Review] Human tissues in a dish: The research and ethical implications of organoid technology
Science Magazine The ability to generate human tissues in vitro from stem cells has raised enormous expectations among the biomedical research community,... 2 days
UCSF collaborates with Intel to deploy and validate deep learning analytics to improve healthcare
NEWS MEDICAL UC San Francisco's Center for Digital Health Innovation today announced a collaboration with Intel Corporation to deploy and validate a... 2 days
Thylacine Had Brain Structure Suited to Predatory Life Style
SCI-NEWS.COM A duo of researchers from the United States and Australia has used an imaging technique to reconstruct the... 2 days
Are girls really better at reading than boys, or are the tests painting a false picture?
SCIENCE DAILY In reading tests at school, girls tend to be ahead of boys, in all age groups... 2 days
'Marine repairmen': Limpets are construction workers of the seashore
SCIENCE DAILY New research shows that limpets can repair their damaged shells with biological material so that they are as strong as the originals. However, they are still vulnerable to multiple impacts... 2 days
New smartwatch application for accurate signature verification developed
PHYS.ORG An innovative, new system that uses smartwatch devices and software to verify handwritten signatures and detect even the most skilled forgeries has been developed by Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) and... 3 days
Blood-repellent materials: A new approach to medical implants
SCIENCE DAILY Medical implants like stents, catheters and tubing introduce risk for blood clotting and infection -- a perpetual problem for many patients. Engineers now offer a potential solution: A specially grown, 'superhemophobic' titanium... 3 days
Meeting the challenges of nanotechnology: Nanoscale catalytic effects for nanotechnology
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists show nanoscale modifications to the edge region of nanocontacts to nanowires can be used to engineer the electrical function of the interfaces. 3 days
New theory may explain mystery of Fairy Circles of Namibia
SCIENCE DAILY One of nature’s greatest mysteries – the ‘Fairy Circles’ of Namibia – may have been unraveled by researchers. The study suggests that the interaction between termite engineering and... 3 days
'Marine repairmen'—new research shows limpets are construction workers of the seashore
PHYS.ORG New research from a beach-roaming biomechanics engineer paints a surprisingly industrious picture of limpets—the marine snails that are abundantly plastered on rocks at low tide. His... 3 days
Eco-HAB: New quality in research on neuronal basis of social behavior
SCIENCE DAILY How the brain controls social behaviors and what exactly the neuronal impairments causing its pathologies are, is yet to be determined. To better understand mechanisms in... 3 days
Gecko inspired adhesive can attach and detach using UV light
PHYS.ORG (Phys.org)—A small team of researchers at Kiel University in Germany has developed new technology that emulates the way a gecko uses its toes to cling to flat surfaces.... 3 days
scientists collaborate to reduce number of animals needed for breast cancer research Scientists collaborate to reduce number of animals needed for breast cancer research
PHYS.ORG VIDEO More than 200 scientists have signed up to a tissue-sharing database designed to reduce the number of animals needed for biomedical research. 3 days
Study to tackle artificial intelligence law and policy
PHYS.ORG Artificial intelligence (AI) is coming at us before we fully understand what it might mean. Established ways of doing things in areas like transport regulation, crime prevention and legal practice are being... 3 days
Colorado State University engineers create blood-repellent surface for surgical implants
NEWS MEDICAL Medical implants like stents, catheters and tubing introduce risk for blood clotting and infection - a perpetual problem for many patients. 3 days
Eosera introduces new solution for earwax impaction
NEWS MEDICAL EOSERA™, Inc. , a Dallas-based biotechnology innovator founded by two veterans of the pharmaceutical industry, today announced the introduction of Earwax MD—the ideal solution for those who dread the time, worry, and expense of... 3 days
Rapid ceramic-metal processing for superior composites
PHYS.ORG Recent advancements in automotive, aerospace and power generation industries have inspired materials scientists to engineer innovative materials. Ceramic metal composites, or cermets, are an example of a new and improved class of materials that can enhance... 3 days
New research helps to make the most of nanoscale catalytic effects for nanotechnology
PHYS.ORG Research by scientists at Swansea University is helping to meet the challenge of incorporating nanoscale structures into future semiconductor devices that will... 3 days
Researchers imprint stable, chemically active polymer equivalents of DNA
PHYS.ORG In a carefully designed polymer, researchers at the Polish Academy of Sciences have imprinted a sequence of a single strand of DNA. The resulting negative remained chemically active and was... 3 days
Chip-sized, high-speed terahertz modulator raises possibility of faster data transmission
PHYS.ORG Tufts University engineers have invented a chip-sized, high-speed modulator that operates at terahertz (THz) frequencies and at room temperature at low voltages without consuming DC power. The discovery... 3 days
Soft robotic sleeve that mimics healthy cardiac muscles could aid failing hearts
NEWS MEDICAL Every year about 2,100 people receive heart transplants in the United States, while 5.7 million suffer from heart failure. Given the scarcity of available... 3 days
[Research Articles] Reporter gene imaging of targeted T cell immunotherapy in recurrent glioma
Science Magazine High-grade gliomas are aggressive cancers that often become rapidly fatal. Immunotherapy using CD8+ cytotoxic T lymphocytes (CTLs), engineered to express both herpes... 3 days
The Tasmanian tiger had a brain structure suited to a predatory life style
PHYS.ORG Scientists have used an imaging technique to reconstruct the brain architecture and neural networks of the thylacine—better known as the Tasmanian tiger—an... 3 days
Crowdfunding expands innovation financing to underserved regions
SCIENCE DAILY Crowdfunding platforms, such as Kickstarter, have opened a funding spigot to startups in regions that have suffered from a venture capital drought, a new study shows. 3 days
A toolkit for transformable materials
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have developed a general framework to design reconfigurable metamaterials. The design strategy is scale independent, meaning it can be applied to everything from meter-scale architectures to reconfigurable nano-scale systems such as photonic crystals, waveguides and metamaterials to... 3 days
Device to help physicians assess the pain experienced by patients released by Medasense
NEWS MEDICAL Medasense Biometrics Ltd. announced today that it has received CE mark approval for its novel Pain Monitoring Device, PMD200™. This new technology... 4 days
Room upgrade programs can increase hotel profits up to 35 percent
PHYS.ORG With travelers spending more than $278 billion on accommodations in the U.S. last year, hotel chains that explore creative new ways to engage customers have the... 4 days
Luminescent proteins provide color to ecological and cheap bio-displays
SCIENCE DAILY Mobile phone, computer and TV displays all use very expensive color filters and other components, which cannot be easily recycled. Scientists have designed a new screen, which is cheaper and... 4 days
Luminescent proteins provide colour to ecological and cheap Bio-displays
PHYS.ORG Mobile phone, computer and TV displays all use very expensive colour filters and other components that cannot be easily recycled. German and Spanish scientists have designed a new screen, which... 4 days
New ‘5-D fingerprint’ technique could precisely measure properties of individual protein molecules
NEWS MEDICAL In research that could one day lead to advances against neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, University of Michigan engineering researchers have demonstrated a... 4 days
New tool can help policymakers prioritize information needs for synthetic biology tech
SCIENCE DAILY New technologies are developed at a rapid pace, often reaching the marketplace before policymakers can determine how or whether they should be governed. Now... 4 days
Trade-offs between economic growth and deforestation
SCIENCE DAILY In many developing countries, economic growth and deforestation seem to go hand in hand -- but the links are not well understood. In a new study, researchers use an innovative methodology to quantify the relationship. 4 days
'5-D protein fingerprinting' could give insights into Alzheimer's, Parkinson's
SCIENCE DAILY In research that could one day lead to advances against neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, engineering researchers have demonstrated a technique for precisely measuring the properties of individual protein... 4 days
Pitching in: Biologists study development of division of labor among bees
PHYS.ORG Social bees are celebrated for their cooperative industry, but how did their innovative division of labor evolve? A starting point for examining this question may be... 4 days
'5-D protein fingerprinting' could give insights into Alzheimer's, Parkinson's
PHYS.ORG In research that could one day lead to advances against neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, University of Michigan engineering researchers have demonstrated a technique for precisely measuring the properties... 4 days
Dakota Access company seeks to block pipeline study
PHYS.ORG The company building the Dakota Access oil pipeline wants a federal judge to block the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers from launching a full environmental study of the $3.8 billion pipeline's disputed... 4 days
Science News » Two NIMH Grantees Receive Prestigious Presidential Award
NIMH The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) congratulates two NIMH grantees, Mary Kay Lobo from the University of Maryland School of Medicine and Eric Morrow from Brown University,... 4 days
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Scientists collaborate to reduce number of animals needed for breast cancer research
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