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The Human Immune System in Space

When the space shuttle Atlantis touched down in the summer of 2011 at Cape Canaveral closing the book on the U S shuttle program a team of U S Army researchers stood at the ready ... - Read More

Middle-schoolers discover novel chemical bond

Students from the Dedham School in Dedham Maine were participants in the Aspirnaut program a science outreach program started at Vanderbilt University in which scientists engage with middle and high school students through videoconferencing Share ... - Read More

Nanoparticles found in everyday items can inhibit fat storage: Gold nanoparticles accelerate aging

Nanoparticles, Nanoparticles, Nanoparticles
New research reveals that pure gold nanoparticles found in everyday items such as personal care products as well as drug delivery MRI contrast agents and solar cells can inhibit adipose fat storage and lead to ... - Read More

Discovery paves the way for ultrafast high-resolution imaging in real time

Time
Ultrafast high resolution imaging in real time could be a reality with a new research discovery led by the University of Melbourne Share This See Also Spintronics Biochemistry Physics Optics Medical Technology Organic Chemistry Confocal ... - Read More

Scientists produce best image yet of atoms moving in real time

Time
Call it the ultimate nature documentary Scientists at the University of Toronto have recorded atomic motions in real time offering a glimpse into the very essence of chemistry and biology at the atomic level Share ... - Read More

Paper-thin skin patch collects vitals: E-health made easier and more comfortable

Medical, Wear, healthcare, Biochemistry, health care
The future of health care could be found in a tiny paper thin skin patch that collects vital information The Bio patch sensor developed by researchers at Stockholm's KTH Royal Institute of Technology is inexpensive ... - Read More

Neighbors move electrons jointly: Ultrafast collective electron transfer after excitation of single electron

Electron, Electron, Electron
Applying femtosecond x ray methods researchers at the Max Born Institute in Berlin Germany and the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne Switzerland observed an extremely fast collective electron transfer of ~100 molecular ions after excitation ... - Read More

E-health made easier, and more comfortable: Paper-thin skin patch collects vitals

Medical, Wear, healthcare, Biochemistry, health care
The future of health care could be found in a tiny paper thin skin patch that collects vital information The Bio patch sensor developed by researchers at Stockholm's KTH Royal Institute of Technology is inexpensive ... - Read More

Molecular rings mystery solved after 20 years

Molecular, molecular
Although the double benzene molecule tried to reveal its structure in experiments in 1993 chemists at the time were unable to find an explanation for the spectral peaks they saw Now 20 years later Nijmegen ... - Read More

Rigid growth matrix: A key to success of cardiac tissue engineering

A new study by researchers at UCLA suggests that the elasticity of the physical matrix used for growing heart muscle cells outside of the body may be critical to the success of cardiac tissue engineering ... - Read More

Surprising findings on hydrogen production in green algae

New research fuels hope of efficient hydrogen production with green algae being possible in the future despite the prevailing scepticism based on previous research The study changes the view on the potential of green algae ... - Read More

Plant protein shape puzzle solved by molecular 3-D model

Molecular, Plant, plant, molecular
Researchers from North Carolina State University believe they have solved a puzzle that has vexed science since plants first appeared on Earth Share This See Also Endangered Plants Botany Biology Biochemistry Materials Science Organic Chemistry ... - Read More

Ocean's future not so bleak? Resilience found in shelled plants exposed to ocean acidification

Ocean, Ocean
Marine scientists have long understood the detrimental effect of fossil fuel emissions on marine ecosystems But a group led by a UC Santa Barbara professor has found a point of resilience in a microscopic shelled ... - Read More

Better batteries from waste sulfur

sulfur
A new chemical process can transform waste sulfur into a lightweight plastic that may improve batteries for electric cars reports a University of Arizona led team The new plastic has other potential uses including optical ... - Read More

Implantable, bioengineered rat kidney: Transplanted organ produces urine, but further refinement is needed

cells, cells
Bioengineered rat kidneys developed by Massachusetts General Hospital MGH investigators successfully produced urine both in a laboratory apparatus and after being transplanted into living animals In their report receiving advance online publication in Nature Medicine ... - Read More

Scientists use 'the force' (atomic force microscopy) to decode secrets of our gut

Atomic, Microscopy
A new technique based on atomic force microscopy was developed at the Institute of Food Research to help 'read' information encoded in the gut lining Share This See Also Colitis Gastrointestinal Problems Biochemistry Organic Chemistry ... - Read More

Material screening method allows more precise control over stem cells

When it comes to delivering genes to living human tissue the odds of success come down the molecule The entire therapy including the tools used to bring new genetic material into a cell must have ... - Read More

Molecular 'superglue' based on flesh-eating bacteria

Molecular, Bacteria, molecular, bacteria
In a classic case of turning an enemy into a friend scientists have engineered a protein from flesh eating bacteria to act as a molecular superglue that promises to become a disease fighter And their ... - Read More

Lights, chemistry, action: New method for mapping brain activity

Chemistry, Chemistry, Chemistry
Building on their history of innovative brain imaging techniques scientists at the U S Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory and collaborators have developed a new way to use light and chemistry to map brain ... - Read More

Faster than silicon: Redesigned material could lead to lighter, faster electronics

Silicon
The same material that formed the first primitive transistors more than 60 years ago can be modified in a new way to advance future electronics according to a new study Share This See Also Materials ... - Read More
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