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Tuesday, January 25, 2022
Do you see faces in things?
Composite image: Dr Jessica Taubert Seeing faces in everyday objects is a common experience, but research from The University of Queensland ...
Monday, January 24, 2022
Overweight dogs respond well to high-protein, high-fiber diet
Overfed dogs experience some of the same maladies associated with overweight and obesity in humans. A new study finds that overweight dogs a...
Mixed Reality and AI to aid surgeons with keyhole heart valve surgery
Cardiac surgeons could in the future be conducting procedures virtually before even stepping into an operating theatre thanks to researchers...
Mystery of sweet potato origin uncovered
Ipomoea aequatoriensis flowers at University of Oxford Department of Plant Sciences. Photographs by Tom Wells New scientific research from ...
Sunday, January 23, 2022
Researchers discover way to disarm potentially deadly Listeria bacteria
A drug-like inhibitor that stops Listeria from making virulence proteins helps immune cells control and kill the bacteria. Image: Dr Carmen ...
CRISPR-Cas13 targets proteins causing ALS, Huntington's disease in the mouse nervous system
Spinal cord astrocytes, the cells seen in this fluorescent microscope image, are involved in the progression of ALS. A new CRISPR-Cas13 syst...
Researchers will use the world’s most accurate radiation detector in quantum computers
Physicists at Aalto University and VTT have developed a new detector for measuring energy quanta at unprecedented resolution. Photo: Aalto U...
Scientists Find Previously Unknown Jumping Behavior in Insects
Images courtesy of Matt Bertone and Adrian Smith. A team of researchers has discovered a jumping behavior that is entirely new to insect lar...
Saturday, January 22, 2022
Native Fish Population Predicted to Rise After Major Expansion of Texas Port
Red drum fish Image Source: University of Texas at Austin Researchers have predicted that expanding the Aransas Pass — the marine pass betwe...
Device wraps around hot surfaces, turns wasted heat to electricity
A new flexible thermoelectric device can wrap around pipes and other hot surfaces and convert wasted heat into electricity. Credit: Pennsyl...
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