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Monday, November 28, 2022
Mussel survey reveals alarming degradation of River Thames ecosystem since the 1960s
Photo Credit: Gil Ndjouwou The detailed study measured the change in size and number of all species of mussel in a stretch of the River Tham...
Research shows ‘danger zones’ for wandering albatrosses
A pair of wandering albatrosses (Diomedea exulans) courting at Bird Island, South Georgia. Source/Credit: British Antarctic Survey | NERC Ov...
Localizing BRCA gene mutations to better treat ovarian cancer
Dr. Intidhar Labidi-Galy Researcher at the Translational Research Centre in Onco-hematology at the UNIGE Faculty of Medicine and a physician...
Saturday, November 26, 2022
Blood group can predict risk of contracting viral disease
People with blood type Rh(D) have a higher risk of being infected by parvovirus Photo Credit: Bartek Kopała The risk of being infected by pa...
Rice lab’s catalyst could be key for hydrogen economy
Rice University researchers have engineered a key light-activated nanomaterial for the hydrogen economy. Using only inexpensive raw material...
Friday, November 25, 2022
Improving AI training for edge sensor time series
Engineers at the Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech) have demonstrated a simple computational approach for improving the way artifici...
NIST Finds a Sweet New Way to Print Microchip Patterns on Curvy Surfaces
Using sugar and corn syrup (i.e., candy), researcher Gary Zabow transferred the word "NIST" onto a human hair in gold letters, sho...
Protein Spheres Protect the Genome of Cancer Cells
MYC proteins are colored green in this figure. In normally growing cells, they are homogeneously distributed in the cell nucleus (left). In ...
New CRISPR-based tool inserts large DNA sequences at desired sites in cells
Building on the CRISPR gene-editing system, MIT researchers designed a new tool that can snip out faulty genes and replace them with new one...
Synthetic fibers discovered in Antarctic samples show the ‘pristine’ continent is now a sink for plastic pollution
As nations prepare to meet in Uruguay to negotiate a new Global Plastics Treaty, a new study has revealed the discovery of synthetic plastic...
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