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Tuesday, September 6, 2022
Long COVID after mild SARS-CoV-2 infection: persistent heart inflammation might explain heart symptoms
Visualization of heart inflammation by means of MRI: cardiologist Dr Valentina Puntmann monitors a study participant at the Institute for Ex...
Boeing Demonstrates Open Autonomy Architecture for Manned-Unmanned Teaming with MQ-25
Boeing conducted approximately 125 test flight hours with the MQ-25 test asset, completing three refueling flights as well as a deck handlin...
How does nature nurture the brain?
Credit: Jessica Rockowitz on Unsplash After a 60-minute walk in nature, activity in brain regions involved in stress processing decreases. ...
Study calls for change in guidance about eating fish during pregnancy
Photo Credit: Neal E. Johnson on Unsplash A woman’s mercury level during pregnancy is unlikely to have an adverse effect on the development...
Artificial intelligence against child cancer
Stefan Posch Photo Credit: Uni Halle / Markus Scholz "Artificial Professor" is the nickname for a new research project at the Univ...
New forecasting tool can give an early warning of solar storms
Solar flares can reach velocities of up to several million kilometers per hour. Illustration: Matti Ahlgren/Aalto University Associate Profe...
Iset River Can Be Cleaned Of Heavy Metals With Plants And Bacteria
Irina Kiseleva notes that in large quantities, heavy metals can be radioactive hazardous. Photo credit: Andrey Fomin Polluted rivers, such a...
Investigating Magnetic Excitation-induced Spin Current in Chromium Trihalides
A general formula that can calculate the spin current induced by oscillating magnetic fields in magnetic materials and aid our understanding...
Monday, September 5, 2022
Soil Temperature Can Predict Pest Spread in Crops
Corn earworm attacks a corn plant. Photo Credit: Anders Huseth, NC State University. A new study from North Carolina State University shows ...
Finding antigens that trigger specific immune cells
The microwells in each experiment, seen in this micrograph by the black outlines, were loaded with spherical beads (the large grey circle in...
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