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Study offers way to predict onset of lung disease in children with cystic fibrosis
NEWS MEDICAL Cystic fibrosis (CF) shortens life by making the lungs prone to repeated bacterial infections and associated inflammation. 9 hours
Cystic fibrosis bacterial burden begins during first years of life
SCIENCE DAILY Cystic fibrosis shortens life by making the lungs prone to repeated bacterial infections and inflammation. Researchers have now shown for the first time that the lungs' bacterial population... 12 hours
yahoo finance launches social savings app tanda an alternative to credit cards Yahoo Finance launches social savings app Tanda, an alternative to credit cards
TechCrunch  Yahoo Finance today launched a new app called Tanda that allows small groups of either five or nine people to save money together for... 16 hours
Bio-renewable process could help 'green' plastic
PHYS.ORG When John Wesley Hyatt patented the first industrial plastic in 1869, his intention was to create an alternative to the elephant tusk ivory used to make piano keys. But this early plastic also sparked a revolution... 18 hours
Hunting dogs as possible vectors for the infectious disease tularaemia
PHYS.ORG Tularaemia is an infectious bacterial disease that is life-threatening for rodents, rabbits and hares, but which can also infect humans and dogs. While contact with contaminated blood or... 23 hours
Bacterial biofilm cellulose found to differ from plant cellulose
PHYS.ORG A team of researchers with members from the U.S., Germany and Sweden has discovered that the cellulose found in bacterial biofilms differs from the cellulose in plants. In their paper... 23 hours
Mast Uri System offers efficient and cost-friendly diagnostic solution
NEWS MEDICAL The Mast Uri® System is an innovative and efficient semi-automated suite, comprising instrumentation, software and reagents. The system provides a streamlined and cost-friendly alternative to traditional microbiological culture of urines,... 1 day
Anti-smoking plan may kill cigarettes--and save Big Tobacco
ABC NEWS US health officials are pushing ahead with an unprecedented plan to make cigarettes less addictive and provide lower-risk alternative products to US smokers 1 day
First global atlas of the bacteria living in your dirt
SCIENCE DAILY What lives in your dirt? Researchers are one step closer to finding out after compiling the first global atlas of soil bacterial communities and identifying a group of... 2 days
The secret to icky, sticky bacterial biofilms lies in the microbes’ cellulose
SCIENCE-NEWS Bacteria use a modified form of cellulose to form sticky networks that can coat various surfaces. 2 days
Researchers create first global atlas of the bacteria living in your dirt
PHYS.ORG What lives in your dirt? University of Colorado Boulder researchers are one step closer to finding out after compiling the first global atlas of... 2 days
A global atlas of the dominant bacteria found in soil
Science Magazine The immense diversity of soil bacterial communities has stymied efforts to characterize individual taxa and document their global distributions. We analyzed soils from 237 locations across six continents... 2 days
Phosphoethanolamine cellulose: A naturally produced chemically modified cellulose
Science Magazine Cellulose is a major contributor to the chemical and mechanical properties of plants and assumes structural roles in bacterial communities termed biofilms. We find that Escherichia coli produces chemically modified cellulose that... 2 days
growing wings on beetle abdomens provides another clue in the mystery of where insect wings come from Growing wings on beetle abdomens provides another clue in the mystery of where insect wings come from
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Drastic phase changes in topologically engineered planar absorbers improve sensitivity of optical sensors
PHYS.ORG Non-invasive optical temperature sensing is essential for remote monitoring of fabrication processes, in situations where the sample needs to be insulated from... 2 days
Metal nanoparticles for imaging guided phototherapy
PHYS.ORG National University of Singapore chemists have recently discovered that gold-silver (Au-Ag) nanoparticles can be used to image and provide concurrent treatment for bacterial infections. 2 days
The world's first all-silicon laser
PHYS.ORG Integrated silicon photonics incorporates microelectronics and optoelectronics, a combination expected to revolutionize a variety of fields such as communication, sensing, lighting, displays, imaging and detection. Silicon lasers are the key to achieve integrated silicon photonics. However, the optical... 2 days
[Editors' Choice] Bacteria make their way to the brain
Science Magazine Diverse bacterial species can be detected in the brains of mice with abdominal sepsis. 3 days
instagram is testing a new text only option in stories Instagram is testing a new text-only option in Stories
THE VERGE VIDEO Instagram is testing a new “Type” feature within Stories for users to share text-based messages as an alternative... 3 days
Ultra-thin memory storage device paves way for more powerful computing
PHYS.ORG Engineers worldwide have been developing alternative ways to provide greater memory storage capacity on even smaller computer chips. Previous research into two-dimensional atomic sheets for memory storage has... 3 days
Clean and green—a moss that removes lead from water
PHYS.ORG Researchers at the RIKEN Center for Sustainable Resource Science (CSRS) in Japan have demonstrated that that moss can be a green alternative for decontaminating polluted water and soil. Published in... 3 days
BMG LABTECH’s Australian office celebrates 20 years of innovation and growth in APAC region
NEWS MEDICAL This year, BMG LABTECH’s Australian office celebrates 20 years of innovation and steady growth. The office was established in January... 3 days
Motion-sensing cameras capture candid wildlife shots
PHYS.ORG How does a bighorn sheep say "cheese?" 3 days
Motion-sensing cameras capture candid wildlife shots
ABC NEWS As motion-detecting wildlife cameras get smaller, cheaper and more reliable, scientists across the U.S. are using them to document elusive creatures like never before. 3 days
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First Trailer for Brazilian Teen Drama 'Rust' Playing at Sundance 2018
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Danny McBride in 'Dundee: The Son of a Legend Returns Home' Trailer
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New US Trailer for Warwick Thornton's Outback Drama 'Sweet Country'
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Google Allo 26 preps customizable stickers & GIFs, setting default identity, previewing Assistant results, more [APK Teardown]
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User succumbs to a seizure in virtual reality while other players can only watch
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