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 2017-10-22, 15:31
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EurekAlert! - Technology, Engineering and Computer Science
(New York Stem Cell Foundation) NYSCF's 12th Annual Translational Stem Cell Research Conference convenes global leaders in translational stem cell and neuroscience research to present their latest work towards new treatments and cures for the most devastating diseases and injuries currently facing the world. The two-day conference features discussions on transformative new technologies in the field, how to get new research into the clinic for patients, and challenges in the regenerative medicine field as well as disease area-specific panels.
The New York Stem Cell Foundation Annual Conference
(Boston University College of Engineering) In the cover article in the current issue of Cell, BU Biomedical Engineer Ahmad S. Khalil along with colleagues from MIT and the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, among others, describe the synthetic genetic tool they built to quantitatively sense, measure and manipulate protein aggregation in live cells. This may open the door to greater understanding and treatment of a range of maladies from Alzheimer's to type II diabetes.
BU researchers create tool to measure, control protein aggregation
(DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory) DOE's Office of Science has awarded two research teams, each headed by a member of ORNL's Quantum Information Science Group, more than $10 million over 5 years to both assess the feasibility of quantum architectures in addressing big science problems and to develop algorithms capable of harnessing the massive power predicted of quantum computing systems. The two projects are intended to work in concert to ensure synergy across DOE's quantum computing research spectrum and maximize mutual benefits.
Two ORNL-led research teams receive $10.5 million to advance quantum computing for science
(New Jersey Institute of Technology) Five years ago, Superstorm Sandy devastated the U.S. east coast, taking the lives of 34 New Jersey residents, destroying hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses, and causing over $62 billion in damage. The NJIT community responded to the disaster with immediate assistance and farsighted planning for the future.
Superstorm Sandy five years later: How NJIT assisted with recovery efforts
(Rice University) Rice University researchers employ microfluidic devices to show how and why dispersants are able to break up deposits of asphaltene that hinder the flow of crude oil in wellheads and pipelines.
Microfluidics probe 'cholesterol' of the oil industry
(NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center) The Northwestern Pacific Ocean generated another tropical depression hours after a different system quickly faded. NASA's Aqua satellite provided a look at Tropical Depression 27W after it developed about 300 miles from Chuuk. Earlier in the day, Tropical Depression 26W dissipated in the South China Sea.
NASA sees a new depression form after another fizzled
(Code Ocean) SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, now enables journal authors to share code through its new partnership with Code Ocean, an open platform that improves transparency and computational reproducibility to advance scientific research and invention. Authors use the simple interface to upload code where it is assigned a DOI to support correct attribution and citation. Articles include a link enabling users to access and run the code on the Code Ocean platform.
SPIE partners with Code Ocean to connect code to journal articles in SPIE Digital Library
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EurekAlert! - Education
(Dartmouth College) For families in the US, the costs of high-quality child care are exorbitant, especially for those with children under age five. A new policy proposal, 'Public Investments in Child Care,' by Dartmouth Associate Professor of Economics Elizabeth Cascio, finds that current federal child care tax policies are not benefiting the families most burdened by child care costs. Therefore, Cascio outlines a new policy that could replace the current federal child care tax policies.
Dartmouth economist outlines reforms to improve access to affordable, high quality child care
(Penn State) Penn State faculty members have received a $1.25 million federal grant to address a shortage in speech-language pathologists and special educators with master's degrees who have the knowledge and experience in Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) practices, in order to improve school-based services and results for children, teens and young adults with complex communication needs.
$1.25 million grant to improve treating children with autism, other needs
(University of California - Davis) UC Davis professors have been awarded a Sawyer Seminar grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to analyze what academic brands can tell us about the modern university.
University of California, Davis, receives Mellon grant to explore academic brands
(Case Western Reserve University) Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, in partnership with the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center, was awarded a five-year grant, totaling $2.5 million to engage underrepresented minorities in Cleveland-area schools in cancer research.
Youth Enjoy Science (YES) grant brings diversity to cancer research
(University of Utah) Students, and people in general, can tend to overestimate their own abilities. But University of Utah research shows that students who overcome this tendency score better on final exams. The boost is strongest for students in the lower 25 percent of the class. By thinking about their thinking, a practice called metacognition, these students raised their final exam scores by 10 percent on average -- a full letter grade.
Metacognition training boosts gen chem exam scores
(Rice University) Ostherr among national experts presenting at US Department of Health and Human Services Oct. 26 'Data Privacy in the Digital Age' event.
Expert: Be concerned about how apps collect, share health data
(University of Massachusetts Lowell) The saying 'Listen to your gut' is taking on new meaning in the hunt for clues about Parkinson's disease. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) recently awarded a UMass Lowell public health professor a $2.1 million grant to study the relationship between gut bacteria and Parkinson's disease. The five-year study will be the largest of its kind to date.
Gut bacteria may hold clues to Parkinson's disease
Chemistry, Physics, and Materials Sciences
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EurekAlert! - Chemistry, Physics and Materials Sciences
(University of Washington) A technique using satellites to create twice-yearly elevation maps of US mountain glaciers provides new insight into thinning of glaciers in the lower 48 states.
Mountain glaciers shrinking across the West
(Penn State) A new study offers a rare glimpse into the genetics of a herpes simplex virus transmission event -- information that may prove useful in future development of therapeutics and vaccines. The study reveals nearly perfect genetic transmission of the virus from a father to his son and lays the foundation for future studies exploring the genetic diversity of this virus.
Exploring how herpes simplex virus changes when passed between family members
(American Institute of Physics) AIP and APS announced that Barry Simon of Caltech is the recipient of the 2018 Dannie Heineman Prize for Mathematical Physics, which is awarded annually to honor significant contributions to the field. In recognizing Simon, the two organizations cited him 'For his fundamental contributions to the mathematical physics of quantum mechanics, quantum field theory, and statistical mechanics, including spectral theory, phase transitions, and geometric phases, and his many books and monographs that have deeply influenced generations of researchers.'
Barry Simon wins 2018 Dannie Heineman Prize for mathematical physics
(Funda癟瓊o de Amparo Pesquisa do Estado de S瓊o Paulo) Tests using mice employed an experimental drug that stimulates a specific type of nicotinic receptor in immune cells; researchers attested the reversion of the inflammation condition. The results of the drug were surprising, given the fact that it simulates acetylcholine, a bronchoconstrictor neurotransmitter inhibited by asthma and DPOC's best-known treatments
Nicotinic receptor could be target for treatment of lung inflammation
(Tata Institute of Fundamental Research) Coherent states of negative ion resonances in electron-molecule interaction are observed in experiments on e -- H2 and e -- D2 reactions. A forward-backward asymmetry is observed in the ejection of H- ions from H2 in this reaction, whereas the asymmetry in D- from D2 is weaker, but changes direction with electron energy. These results arise from attachment of a single electron to a molecule forming coherent superposition of odd and even parity states of negative ions.
Creation of coherent states in molecules by incoherent electrons
(Rice University) Rice University researchers employ microfluidic devices to show how and why dispersants are able to break up deposits of asphaltene that hinder the flow of crude oil in wellheads and pipelines.
Microfluidics probe 'cholesterol' of the oil industry
(University of Utah) Students, and people in general, can tend to overestimate their own abilities. But University of Utah research shows that students who overcome this tendency score better on final exams. The boost is strongest for students in the lower 25 percent of the class. By thinking about their thinking, a practice called metacognition, these students raised their final exam scores by 10 percent on average -- a full letter grade.
Metacognition training boosts gen chem exam scores
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Najnowsze wirusy
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MathWorks  - MATLAB and Simulink for Technical Computing
MATLAB and SimBiology enable HMS graduate students to study drug interaction by constructing complex pharmacological models graphically and running analyses, such as parameter estimation, with a few clicks.
Improving a Quantitative Pharmacology Course with SimBiology at Harvard Medical School
Fujitsu Kyushu Network Technologies developed a MATLAB簧 application that automatically recognizes the distinct patterns of the Blakistons fish owls call from audio recordings made in the forest.
Protecting Endangered Owl Species with MATLAB Audio Processing Algorithms
This extended abstract explains the creation of a predictive model and its use for plant profitability improvement, for the case where the dataset is larger than machine memory.
Regression Strategies for Large Datasets
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