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New study captures ultrafast motion of proteins

A new study by an international team of researchers, affiliated with Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) has announced that they have succeeded for the first time in observing the structural changes in carbonic...Show More Summary

New study captures ultrafast motion of proteins

For the first time, scientists have observed the structural changes in carbonic anhydrase. They expect that this will greatly contribute to the future biomedical research and new drug development.

Pesky squeaks and squeals caused by three types of 'stick-slip' behavior

Researchers have uncovered key features of the dynamics of a form of jerky motion responsible for phenomena as diverse as squeaks and squeals in door hinges and automotive brakes, joint wear in the human body and the sudden shifting of tectonic plates leading to earthquakes.

The Trouble with the TPP: My Appearance Before the International Trade Committee

Yesterday I appeared alongside Jim Balsillie, former co-CEO of Research in Motion, at the House of Commons Standing Committee on International Trade public consultation on the TPP. There were some interesting exchanges that I will highlight once the transcript is released. Show More Summary

A step towards new, faster-charging, and safer batteries

Researchers found a simple solution to the limited durability in aluminum-ion batteries – an electrode composed of graphite. In this work, the internal gaps in the foam allowed faster motion of the ions inside the negative electrode that enhance the rate of charging.

What's a Boyzilian? The Latest in Pubic Hair Trends for Men

Researchers say nearly half of women prefer their partners to be either totally or partially pube-free. Nothing helps set a trend in motion like some good ol’ jargon. So when the salon industry started throwing around regretful phrase “back, sack and crack,” we should have seen it coming. Show More Summary

New way to control particle motions on 2-D materials

CAMBRIDGE, MA -- Researchers at MIT and other institutions have found a new phenomenon in the behavior of a kind of quasiparticles called plasmons as they move along tiny ribbons of two-dimensional materials such as graphene and TMDs (transition metal dichalcogenides), which have a hexagonal structure resembling chicken wire. Show More Summary

Facebook and WhatsApp to discontinue support for Blackberry

2 months agoTechnology : Forbes: Tech

A Facebook Inc. application is installed on a Research in Motion (RIM) Ltd. BlackBerry, arranged for a photograph in Beijing, China, on Thursday, Feb. 12, 2009. Facebook, operator of the world's largest social-networking site, is working to offer more services on mobile phones from manufacturers such as Nokia Oyj, Apple [...]

Researchers optimize methods to study neurons during motor activity

The ability to make simple reaching motions or drive a car depends on the brains ability to guide action in a region of the brain called cerebellum. When the interaction of the cells within the cerebellum is disrupted, people experience...Show More Summary

MedidataVoice: Risk-based Monitoring: People, Process & Systems In Motion

Pharmaceutical companies and clinical research organizations (CROs) that adopt risk-based monitoring (RBM) in their clinical development programs often ask what a normal day or normal week will look like for the resources involved in the process. Much like driving a car on new roads, you don’t necessarily know what is around [...]

The overlooked commotion of particle motion in the ocean

Most aquatic species sense sound via particle motion, yet few studies on underwater acoustic ecology have included measurements of particle motion. In response, researchers from the Universities of Exeter, Bristol and Leiden and CEFAS...Show More Summary

Youngest and oldest patients more likely to report pain, lower activity levels following

While all age groups report comparable improvement in range of motion following total knee replacement surgery (TKR), new research presented today at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) found that patients age 45 and younger, and those age 75 and older, report more pain and less activity following the procedure. read more

Researchers want to grow human tendons on an incredibly advanced robotic hand

Researchers created a robot hand that is so accurate it has almost the same dexterity as a human hand. That alone is enough to improve the motion capabilities in prosthetics in a way that has never been seen before. But the researchers...Show More Summary

Controlling ultrafast electrons in motion

An international team has used the light produced by the Free Electron Laser FERMI at the research Centre Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste in the AREA Science Park to control the ultrafast movement of electrons. The experiment, publishedShow More Summary

Individual macromolecule motion in a crowded living cell

New research article embraces the status of the experimental situation and touches obstacles that still hinder the applications of single molecules in the cellular environment.

PPPL researchers advance understanding of turbulence that drains heat from fusion reactors

The life of a subatomic particle can be hectic. The charged nuclei and electrons that zip around the vacuum vessels of doughnut-shaped fusion machines known as tokamaks are always in motion. But while that motion helps produce the fusion reactions that could power a new class of electricity generator, the turbulence it generates can also limit those reactions. read more

Successful real-time observation of atomic motion with sub-nanometer resolution

Key Research Results 1.Successful observation of ultrafast atomic rearrangements on picosecond timescales in a thin film of the DVD phase-change recording material Ge-Sb-Te. 2.Ultra-short x-ray pulses from the free electron laser were used to observe sub-nanometer scale changes on sub-picosecond time-scales. read more

Scientists are using Xbox Kinect to let orangutans play video games

Humans are not the only animals into video games, it turns out. In a research project that began Monday, orangutans at Australia's Melbourne Zoo are being entertained with interactive projections from an Xbox Kinect, a motion sensing device built for the gaming console. Show More Summary

The Trouble with the TPP, Day 21: U.S. Requires Canadian Anti-Counterfeiting Report Card

4 months agoIndustries / Law : Michael Geist

This weekend, former Research in Motion co-CEO Jim Balsillie wrote a must-read opinion piece in the Globe and Mail on the TPP. Balsillie makes a compelling case for how Canadian IP policy has failed in light of decisions to consistently...Show More Summary

Spin dynamics in an atomically thin semi-conductor

The mechanisms for spin motion in molybdenum disulfide, an emerging two-dimensional (2D) material, have been established by researchers. Their discovery resolves a research question on the properties of electron spin in single layers of 2D materials, and paves the way for the next generation of spintronics and low-power devices.

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