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Wednesday, April 27, 2022
UBC team discovers ‘silver bullet’ to keep medical devices free of bacteria
Photo of a coated versus an uncoated catheter. Credit: Kizhakkedathu Lab University of British Columbia researchers have found a ‘silver bul...
Meet the forest microbes that can survive megafires
The image highlights the diversity in colors and morphologies of microbes obtained from Soberanes Fire-burned soil. Credit: Jenna Maddox/UCR...
Rare, endangered insects illegally for sale online
Brazilian salmon pink bird-eating tarantula (Lasiodora Parahybana) in the lab of Linda Rayor, senior research associate in CALS. Credit: Jas...
New climate modeling predicts increasing occurrences of flash flooding across most of the U.S.
a illustration of calculated flood characteristics; b the percentage change of flood occurrences comparing the future (PGW) and retrospectiv...
Five diseases attack language areas in brain
Each condition causes a different type of language impairment in primary progressive aphasia (PPA) Word comprehension is lost for some patie...
Glimpse inside a graphene sandwich
Honeycomb-shaped structures made of carbon atoms, known as graphene, can conduct electric current without resistance when twisted against ea...
Monday, April 25, 2022
Study Reveals Diminished Role for Neutrons in Creation of Carbon in Stars
The Texas Active Target (TexAT) particle detector designed and built by Texas A&M physicists is the centerpiece in a collaborative exper...
Scientists discover promising biologic drug for treating chronic lung disease
Associate Professor Ge Ruowen (left) from NUS Biological Sciences and Professor Fred Wong (right) of NUS Pharmacology. Credit: National Univ...
The destructive power of language
Hate expressions can take many forms - they can also be very subtle in the field of language. Credit: Roberto Schirdewahn Artificial intelli...
Sunday, April 17, 2022
Fermilab is home to a new baby bison!
This year, Fermilab is expecting up to 20 new calves. Credit: Ryan Postel, Fermilab World-class particle physics research isn’t the only thi...
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