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Tuesday, August 31, 2021
New biomarkers identified to detect consumption of emerging illicit drug
Professor Eric Chan (middle) from the NUS Department of Pharmacy led the research which was conducted in collaboration with the Health Scien...
Sandia uncovers hidden factors that affect solar farms during severe weather
Sandia National Laboratories researchers Thushara Gunda, front, and Nicole Jackson examine solar panels at Sandia’s Photovoltaic Systems Eva...
Sea levels to become much more common as Earth warms
Extreme sea levels along coastlines across the world will become 100 times more frequent by the end of the century. Image: Pexels Global w...
Vaccine candidates for Ebola
Researchers at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) have Axel Lehrer in his lab at the John A. Burn...
Monday, August 30, 2021
Pathways to production
Biologists at Sandia National Laboratories developed comprehensive software that will help scientists in a variety of industries create eng...
Carbon nanotube fibers woven into clothing gather accurate EKG.
Rice University graduate student Lauren Taylor shows a shirt with carbon nanotube thread that provides constant monitoring of the wearer’...
Space Weather Questions
We'll be bringing back Space Weather to Scientific Frontline soon in a reduced version from the original web site. So for those that do...
Sunday, August 29, 2021
Will it be safe for humans to fly to Mars?
Credit: NASA Sending human travelers to Mars would require scientists and engineers to overcome a range of technological and safety obstac...
Saturday, August 28, 2021
Exposure to air pollution linked with increased mental health issues
Exposure to traffic-related air pollution is associated with increased mental health service-use among people recently diagnosed with psyc...
Rice lab dives deep for DNA’s secrets
The poor bacteriophages in Yang Gao’s lab are about to have a lot of bad days. Yang Gao That’s all to the good for the structural biologist...
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