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Thursday, December 15, 2022
Quenchbody Immunosensors Pave the Way to Quick and Sensitive COVID-19 Diagnostics
A new immunosensor based on Quenchbody technology shows great potential as a fast, inexpensive, and convenient tool to detect SARS-CoV-2. De...
Early green, early brown – climate change leads to earlier senescence in alpine plants
Alpine plants that start to grow earlier also start to age earlier. As is the case with the alpine vegetation in these containers, which wer...
Wednesday, December 14, 2022
With Discovery, Oxygen's Role in Growth of Tumors Reconsidered
Structure of the HIF1A protein. Based on PyMOL rendering of PDB 1h2k Illustration Credit: Emw CC BY-SA 3.0 Yale researchers have made a dis...
Paris Agreement temperature targets may worsen climate injustice for many island states
A comparison of global greenhouse gas emissions from 1990 – 2018 shows the low emissions contribution of AOSIS nations (blue) and increasing...
Laser controls ultra-fast water switches
The water is fanned out by a specially developed nozzle. Then the laser is passed through. Photo Credit: Adrian Buchmann Researchers are int...
New Study Sheds Light on Boric Acid Transport and Excretion in Marine Fish
Seawater is known to contain a significant concentration of boric acid, which can be toxic and deadly to living systems. As such, fish livin...
Researchers find the snake clitoris
A death adder snake, also known as acanthophis antarcticus. Photo Credit: Luke Allen. An international team of researchers, led by the Unive...
Tuesday, December 13, 2022
Particles of Light May Create Fluid Flow, Data-Theory Comparison Suggests
Brookhaven Lab theorist Bjoern Schenke's hydrodynamic calculations match up with data from collisions of photons with atomic nuclei at t...
Not everyone aware sustainable diets are about helping the planet
Sustainable diets Photo Credit: yilmazfatih A new study has found that young Brits would be willing to change to a more sustainable diet, b...
Fossil site reveals giant arthropods dominated the seas 470 million years ago
Fossils from the Fezouata Shale. From left to right, a non-mineralized arthropod (Marrellomorpha), a palaeoscolecid worm and a trilobites. I...
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