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Scientists develop new device to overcome pig genome flaw

(University of Kent) Scientists at the University of Kent, working with colleagues from the genetics research industry, have developed a new genetic screening device and protocol that helps pig breeding.Through her work, Dr. RebeccaShow More Summary

NEW TECHNOLOGY USES WI-FI TO LET YOU SEE THROUGH WALLS

3 hours agoHumor / odd : Dunk The Biscuit

We've seen in the movies a number of times and now it looks like soon you'll be able to see through walls just like Batman. A new Wi-Fi and holographic technology has been developed by some German scientists which uses a Wi-Fi signal...Show More Summary

World-first discovery of protein that causes liver disease brings hope for new treatments

(Westmead Institute for Medical Research) In a world-first discovery, Australian scientists have identified a protein that causes liver fibrosis, paving the way for new treatments for liver disease to be developed.

Scientists develop new concept of confined catalysis under 2-D materials

(Chinese Academy of Sciences Headquarters) The research group led by Profs. FU Qiang and BAO Xinhe from the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences revealed both the geometric constraint and confinement field in 2-D space between a graphene overlayer and Pt(111). Show More Summary

Scientists race against time as Yemen's deadly cholera outbreak spirals

Health system in Yemen at breaking point as sharp spike in reported cases prompts urgent work to identify suspected new cholera strain As Yemen’s cholera outbreak gathers pace, an investigation is under way to determine whether a new and more deadly strain of the disease is responsible for a second wave of cases that hit the country last month. Show More Summary

New on-demand energy system generates and stores power in one device

Your entire home could be powered, heated, and cooled with one system in the near future - thanks to scientists at the University of Newcastle and Infratech Industries. They've designed a Chemical Looping Energy-on-Demand System (CLES) that eliminates the need for a battery to store energy, instead generating and storing power in just one device. Show More Summary

N.Y. Stem Cell Foundation Grows Brain Immune Cells in a Dish, Offerings Clues into MS Research

Researchers from the New York Stem Cell Foundation (NYSCF) have developed a method to produce brain immune cells, called microglia, from human stem cells. That can help scientists uncover biological mechanisms involved in multiple sclerosis (MS) and other neurological conditions. Show More Summary

Carcinogenic soot particles from petrol engines

A new study led by Empa scientists finds that some direct-injection gasoline engines emit just as many soot particles as unfiltered diesel cars did in the past. Particle filters can remedy this.

The US Lags Behind in Meteorology. Under Trump, It May Get Worse

As the White House considers budget slashes and new leadership for NOAA, scientists worry our weather predictions will get even worse. The post The US Lags Behind in Meteorology. Under Trump, It May Get Worse appeared first on WIRED...

New 'sperm radar' test may uncover secrets about male infertility

(University of Sheffield) Scientists at the University of Sheffield have developed a new technique to examine human sperm without killing them -- helping to improve the diagnosis of fertility problems.

Study: Sea level rising 3x as fast since 1990 as figured before. Meanwhile, feds censor climate info

18 hours agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

Calculations in a new study show that sea level is rising three times as fast as it was before 1990. Previously, the rise before then had been considered to be higher than the new calculations. The scientists concluded in their reassessment that...Show More Summary

Scientists kept mouse sperm in space for 9 months—then tried making babies

Mice sperm can survive the radiation exposure of space, according to a new study, something that could be useful to humans in the future.   SEE ALSO: Two NASA astronauts just completed a last-minute spacewalk outside the Space Station Back in 2013, mouse sperm was freeze-dried and sent to the International Space Station for nine months. Show More Summary

REPORT: Scientists Claim Europe Was the Birthplace of Mankind, Not Africa

Scientists claim Europe was the birthplace of mankind, not Africa. Scientists now have new claims about the true origin of... The post REPORT: Scientists Claim Europe Was the Birthplace of Mankind, Not Africa appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Oyster farming to benefit from new genetic screening tool

(University of Edinburgh) Oyster farmers are set to benefit from a new genetic tool that will help to prevent disease outbreaks and improve yields. The technology -- developed by scientists at the University of Edinburgh's Roslin Institute...Show More Summary

A new strategy reported to combat influenza and speed recovery

(St. Jude Children's Research Hospital) St. Jude Children's Research Hospital scientists have used a drug being developed to fight solid tumors to restore normal metabolism in flu-infected cells and reduce viral production without the threat of drug resistance.

American Sleep Medicine Foundation names research award recipients

(American Academy of Sleep Medicine) The American Sleep Medicine Foundation has chosen two sleep scientists to receive research awards, and two dentists also have been selected to receive research awards from the ASMF through a new partnership with the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine.

Special X-ray technique allows scientists to see 3-D deformations

(DOE/Argonne National Laboratory) In a new study published last Friday in Science, researchers at Argonne used an X-ray scattering technique called Bragg coherent diffraction imaging to reconstruct in 3-D the size and shape of grain defects. Show More Summary

Two missing World War II B-25 bombers documented by Project Recover off Papua New Guinea

Two B-25 bombers associated with American servicemen missing in action from World War II were recently documented in the waters off Papua New Guinea by Project Recover—a collaborative team of marine scientists, archaeologists and volunteers who have combined efforts to locate aircraft and associated MIAs from World War II.

A New Strategy Reported to Combat Influenza and Speed Recovery

St. Jude Children's Research Hospital scientists have used a drug being developed to fight solid tumors to restore normal metabolism in flu-infected cells and reduce viral production without the threat of drug resistance

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