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Scientists find genes to save ash trees from deadly beetle  PHYS.ORG · 56 minutes
An international team of scientists have identified candidate resistance genes that could protect ash trees from the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB), a deadly pest that is expected to... more
Nanoscale optical pulse limiter facilitated by refractory metallic quantum wells  PHYS.ORG · 3 hours
In the past several decades, physicists have conducted deep laboratory investigations into nonlinear optics, plasma physics and quantum science using advanced high-intensity, ultrashort-pulse lasers. Increased use of the... more
Pandemic a boon for the bicycle as thousands snap them up  ABC NEWS · 1 day
Cooped-up Americans are snapping up new bicycles or dusting off decades-old bikes to stay fit, keep their sanity or have a safe alternative to public transportation more
Scientists identify chemicals in noxious weed that 'disarm' deadly bacteria  SCIENCE DAILY · 3 days
Scientists have identified specific compounds from the Brazilian peppertree -- a weedy, invasive shrub in Florida -- that reduce the virulence of antibiotic-resistant staph bacteria. This research demonstrates... more
Why toothpaste and cement harden over time  SCIENCE DAILY · 3 days
Cements, clays, soils, inks, paints, and even toothpaste. Many paste materials, also known as dense colloidal suspensions, stiffen as they age. Structural dynamics, or changes in the loads the materials undergo over time, are... more
Efficient blockade of locally reciprocated tumor-macrophage signaling using a TAM-avid nanotherapy  Science Magazine · 3 days
Interpreting how multicellular interactions in the tumor affect resistance pathways to BRAF and MEK1/2 MAPK inhibitors (MAPKi) remains a challenge. To investigate this, we profiled global... more
Transportation policymaking in Chinese cities  PHYS.ORG · 3 days
In recent decades, urban populations in China's cities have grown substantially, and rising incomes have led to a rapid expansion of car ownership. Indeed, China is now the world's largest market for automobiles. The combination of urbanization and... more
Scientists demonstrate new wavelength shift with diode-pumped continuous-wave Yb:CALGO laser  PHYS.ORG · 3 days
In 1960, Maiman's first demonstration of the ruby laser initiated the beginning of the laser era. Solid-state lasers still comprise one of the most rapidly developing branches of... more
Migration patterns reveal an Eden for ancient humans and animals  PHYS.ORG · 3 days
Home to some of the richest evidence for the behavior and culture of the earliest clearly modern humans, the submerged shelf called the Palaeo-Agulhas Plain (PAP) once formed... more
Scientists identify compounds in noxious weed that reduce virulence of Staphylococcus bacteria  NEWS MEDICAL · 3 days
Scientists have identified specific compounds from the Brazilian Peppertree -- a weedy, invasive shrub in Florida -- that reduce the virulence of antibiotic-resistant staph... more
The future is knocking: Global food production to be transformed using new technology  SCIENCE DAILY · 4 days
The world's growing population will necessitate a 30-70% increase in food production over the next 3 decades. If we are to succeed,... more
Genetic study suggests domestic goats got pathogen-resistant gene from wild relatives  PHYS.ORG · 4 days
An international team of researchers has found evidence that suggests wild relatives of domestic goats passed on a gene to their domesticated relatives that boosts their... more
Global warming now pushing heat into territory humans cannot tolerate  PHYS.ORG · 4 days
The explosive growth and success of human society over the past 10,000 years has been underpinned by a distinct range of climate conditions. But the range of weather... more
How galaxies and black holes grow together  PHYS.ORG · 4 days
Over the past two decades, astronomers have concluded that most, if not all, galaxies host massive black holes at their centers—and the masses of a black hole and its host galaxy are correlated. But... more
Nanobowls serve up chemotherapy drugs to cancer cells  SCIENCE DAILY · 5 days
For decades, scientists have explored the use of liposomes -- hollow spheres made of lipid bilayers -- to deliver chemotherapy drugs to tumor cells. But drugs can sometimes leak out of liposomes... more
Conformable self-assembling amyloid protein coatings with genetically programmable functionality  Science Magazine · 5 days
Functional coating materials have found broad technological applications in diverse fields. Despite recent advances, few coating materials simultaneously achieve robustness and substrate independence while still retaining the capacity for genetically... more
Flexible low-voltage high-frequency organic thin-film transistors  Science Magazine · 5 days
The primary driver for the development of organic thin-film transistors (TFTs) over the past few decades has been the prospect of electronics applications on unconventional substrates requiring low-temperature processing. A key requirement for many such applications... more
The evolution of biodiversity: ever-increasing or did it hit a ceiling?  PHYS.ORG · 5 days
Preserving biodiversity is one of the key debates of our time—but another subject of hot debate in recent decades among evolutionary experts is how biodiversity has... more
Machine-learning tool could help develop tougher materials  MIT · 5 days
Engineers develop a rapid screening system to test fracture resistance in billions of potential materials. more
Researchers report a new way to stabilize liposomes  NEWS MEDICAL · 5 days
For decades, scientists have explored the use of liposomes –– hollow spheres made of lipid bilayers –– to deliver chemotherapy drugs to tumor cells. more
Nanobowls serve up chemotherapy drugs to cancer cells  PHYS.ORG · 5 days
For decades, scientists have explored the use of liposomes—hollow spheres made of lipid bilayers—to deliver chemotherapy drugs to tumor cells. But drugs can sometimes leak out of liposomes before they reach their... more
'Super cyclone' barrels towards Bangladesh, India  PHYS.ORG · 5 days
Several million people sheltered and prayed for the best on Wednesday as one of the fiercest cyclones in decades roared towards Bangladesh and eastern India, with forecasts of a potentially devastating and deadly storm surge. more
'Super cyclone' bears down on Bangladesh, India  PHYS.ORG · 5 days
Several million people were taking shelter and praying for the best on Wednesday as the Bay of Bengal's fiercest cyclone in decades roared towards Bangladesh and eastern India, with forecasts of a potentially devastating... more
Cold War satellites inadvertently tracked species declines  Science Magazine · 6 days
Approach could be used to follow other species’ response to human activities over decades more
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