Researchers in the Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin have used a combination of metabolic engineering and directed evolution to develop a new mutant yeast strain that could lead to ... - Read More
One infrared scan can give pathologists a window into the structures and molecules inside tissues and cells enabling fast and broad diagnostic assessments thanks to an imaging technique developed by University of Illinois researchers and ... - Read More
Date March 23 2015 Source American Chemical Society Summary A method smartphones use to simplify images when storage space is limited could help answer tough chemistry problems Researchers now apply this technique called compressed or ... - Read More
Researchers from the Melbourne School of Engineering at the University of Melbourne in conjunction with CSIRO have developed new membranes or micro filters that will result in clean water in a much more energy efficient ... - Read More
As nanotechnology makes possible a world of machines too tiny to see researchers are finding ways to combine living organisms with nonliving machinery to solve a variety of problems Like other first generation bio robots ... - Read More
The recent increase in natural gas production could provide a bridge to a lower carbon future because it generates half the carbon dioxide CO2 of coal when burned However natural gas that is leaked into ... - Read More
16 to 18 fold The researchers suspected that these lipids were behind the increased insulin sensitivity They figured if that were the case then research on these newly discovered fats could someday lead to a ... - Read More
it can potentially lower blood pressure and cholesterol and reduce stroke risk But just as connoisseurs thought it couldn’t get any better there’s this tasty new tidbit Researchers have found a way to make the ... - Read More
Researchers from the Malaspina Expedition have made strides in the understanding of the mechanisms governing the persistence of dissolved organic carbon DOC for hundreds or thousands of years in the deep ocean Most of this ... - Read More
A team of researchers including Rensselaer professor Morgan Schaller has used mathematical modeling to show that continental erosion over the last 40 million years has contributed to the success of diatoms a group of tiny ... - Read More
GSM UMTS LTE WiFi Bluetooth to name just a few of the wireless standards that have become a natural part of mobile communication today For all these wireless standards signal processing could not be done ... - Read More
Microwave communication is ubiquitous in the modern world with electromagnetic waves in the tens of gigahertz range providing efficient transmission with wide bandwidth for data links between Earth orbiting satellites and ground stations Such ultra ... - Read More
Squid are the ultimate camouflage artists blending almost flawlessly with their backgrounds so that unsuspecting prey can't detect them Using a protein that's key to this process scientists have designed invisibility stickers that could one ... - Read More
Poop could be a goldmine literally Surprisingly treated solid waste contains gold silver and other metals as well as rare elements such as palladium and vanadium that are used in electronics and alloys Now researchers ... - Read More
Like vast international trading companies biological systems pick up freight items in the form of small molecules transport them from place to place and release them at their proper destination These ubiquitous processes are critical ... - Read More
that’s a key trait for many people who are wary of buzz inducing drugs and for potential medical treatments for children As for recreational users the lack of CBD in marijuana means that many of ... - Read More
comes in In earlier work scientists from a group led by Claudiu T Supuran Ph D at the University of Florence Italy discovered that saccharin inhibits the actions of carbonic anhydrase IX but not the ... - Read More
Scientists have developed a new simple way to cook rice that could cut the number of calories absorbed by the body by more than half potentially reducing obesity rates which is especially important in countries ... - Read More
for example in clothing that can selectively trap or release body heat to keep people comfortable in different environments Moreover in collaboration with Francesco Tombola Ph D and Lisa Flanagan Ph D from the UCI ... - Read More
the ability to recognize carbohydrates unique to microbial cells It was an unexpected but significant finding “A human protein that is selective for microbes could be harnessed to deliver an antibiotic or toxin to kill ... - Read More
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