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Technology, Engineering, and Computer Science
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EurekAlert! - Technology, Engineering and Computer Science
(Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory) Coagulation Sciences, a medical device startup that is being incubated at the MDI Biological Laboratory in Bar Harbor, Maine, has announced that it has selected Enercon Technologies of Gray, Maine, to be its contract manufacturing partner for its Multiple Coagulation Test SystemTM (MCTS), a desktop device that enables caregivers to quickly analyze the causes of blood clotting disorders at the point of care. The device reduces costs and risks associated with unnecessary blood transfusions.
Coagulation Sciences selects Enercon as its contract manufacturer
(DOE/National Renewable Energy Laboratory) An influx of plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) charging without coordination could prove challenging to the nation's electric grid, according to research conducted by the US Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL).
NREL research determines integration of plug-in electric vehicles
(Rutgers University) A new database at Rutgers University-Camden is now available to help to bring more reliability to the interpretation of complex DNA evidence. This innovative new resource was developed by a research team led by Rutgers University-Camden professors Catherine Grgicak and Desmond Lun, and Ken Duffy of the University of Ireland at Maynooth.
New DNA database at Rutgers-Camden to strengthen forensic science
(University of Texas at Arlington) A UTA researcher will use a National Institutes of Health grant to build new imaging technology that will study blood vessel function in patients with heart failure that could lead to quicker diagnosis and life-saving treatment.
UTA researcher receives $441,000 NIH grant to develop technology for cardiovascular health
(University of Warwick) New research led by WMG, at the University of Warwick has found an effective approach to replacing graphite in the anodes of lithium-ion batteries using silicon, by reinforcing the anode's structure with graphene girders. This could more than double the life of rechargeable lithium-ion based batteries and also increase the capacity delivered by those batteries.
Adding graphene girders to silicon electrodes could double the life of lithium batteries
(University of Pittsburgh) The National Institutes of Health awarded Jonathan Vande Geest, professor of bioengineering at the University of Pittsburgh Swanson School of Engineering, and his multi-institutional research team $672,682 for his one-year study, 'Preclinical assessment of a compliance matched biopolymer vascular graft.' His research builds upon his work at Pitt's Soft Tissue Biomechanics Laboratory designing newly engineered materials that mechanically and microstructurally behave the same way as the body's native tissues.
Vascular bypass grafting: A biomimetic engineering approach
(Columbia University) In a big city, trees, like people, like their space. In a new study, researchers at Columbia University found that street trees protected by guards that stopped passersby from trampling the surrounding soil absorbed runoff water more quickly than trees in unprotected pits. The results are published online in the journal Ecological Engineering.
So much depends on a tree guard
Education
wto, 23 sty 2018 19:06
EurekAlert! - Education
(National Science Foundation) In 1950, fewer than one-third of the world's people lived in cities. Today more than half do. By 2050, urban areas will be home to some two-thirds of Earth's human population.
New, forward-looking report outlines research path to sustainable cities
(Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences) Each year many deaf children get a cochlear implant to connect to the world of sounds. So far, it was not clear which processes take place in these children when they start to learn language -- and why they differ in the level of language they achieve. Now, the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences found that deaf children with a cochlear implant learn words even faster than those with normal hearing.
Deaf children learn words faster than hearing children
(American Chemical Society) Some fads never die. Low-carb diets were a thing in the late '90s and they're still a thing now. But why does this fad have staying power? Is it because the touted benefits are real? Or is that greasy, low-carb burger fried in snake oil? Learn about the surprising medical benefits of ketogenic diets in this video from Reactions.
Do low-carb diets really do anything? (video)
(Southern Methodist University) A simple, low-cost experiment to encourage women to enter the male-dominated field of economics was surprisingly effective, says economist Danila Serra, Southern Methodist University, Dallas. Top female college students were inspired to pursue economics when exposed very briefly to charismatic, successful women in the field, says co-author Serra. The successful results suggest that exposing young women to an inspiring female role model could spark similar interventions in other male-dominated fields of study to enhance gender diversity.
Brief exposure to charismatic career women inspires female students to pursue same field
(American Chemical Society) Journalists may now apply for press credentials for the American Chemical Society's 255th National Meeting &Exposition, one of the largest scientific conferences of the year. It will be held March 18-22, 2018, in New Orleans.
Press registration opens for 2018 spring national meeting of the American Chemical Society
(International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer) Two leading international lung cancer organizations, the International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer and British Thoracic Oncology Group, are partnering to use the BTOG annual conference, held Jan. 24-26, 2018, in Dublin, Ireland, to highlight and inform about changes to the international system of staging lung cancer.
International organizations partner to spread awareness of revised lung cancer staging criteria
(Society for Research in Child Development) A new study sought to determine whether civic engagement during adolescence and young adulthood promotes better health, education, and income over the course of adulthood. The study found a pattern of positive associations of voting and volunteering with these important aspects of adult development, but a mix of positive and negative outcomes in adulthood for activism as a form of civic engagement.
Civic engagement in adolescence and young adulthood beneficial for adult development
Chemistry, Physics, and Materials Sciences
wto, 23 sty 2018 19:06
EurekAlert! - Chemistry, Physics and Materials Sciences
(University of California - San Francisco) Cancer researchers have made great strides in developing targeted therapies that treat the specific genetic mutations underlying a patient's cancer. However, many of the most common cancer-causing genes are so central to cellular function throughout the body that they are essentially 'undruggable'. Now, researchers at UC San Francisco have found a way to attack one of the most common drivers of lung, colorectal, and pancreatic cancer by targeting the proteins it produces on the outside of the cell.
New approach attacks 'undruggable' cancers from the outside in
(University of Missouri-Columbia) When a person loses a hand, nerves that control sensation and movement are severed. This trauma deprives sensory and movement areas of the brain of stimulation, causing them to reorganize their functions. Researchers at the University of Missouri, reports that higher-level regions of the brain may compensate for reorganizational changes in brain areas responsible for hand sensation and movement. The scientists received a $1.7 million DOD grant to further study the results.
Brain reorganization supports recovery of function in hand transplant recipients
(DOE/National Renewable Energy Laboratory) An influx of plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) charging without coordination could prove challenging to the nation's electric grid, according to research conducted by the US Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL).
NREL research determines integration of plug-in electric vehicles
(University of Utah) To better understand why many elderly people are prone to break a bone in a fall (known as bone fragility fractures), perhaps doctors and researchers should look at the human skeleton in much the same way civil engineers analyze buildings and bridges, according to a new study from a University of Utah mechanical engineering professor.
Reaching the breaking point
(BBVA Foundation) The BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Award in the Basic Sciences category goes, in this tenth edition, to Jordanian-American chemist Omar Yaghi, 'for his pioneering work in the conception and synthesis of new crystalline materials, MOFs and COFs, of major impact in science and engineering,' with potential applications that extend to 'the capture and storage of carbon dioxide (CO2) and trapping water molecules in air to produce water for drinking.'
Pioneering chemist Omar Yaghi wins the Frontiers of Knowledge Award in Basic Sciences
(University of Warwick) New research led by WMG, at the University of Warwick has found an effective approach to replacing graphite in the anodes of lithium-ion batteries using silicon, by reinforcing the anode's structure with graphene girders. This could more than double the life of rechargeable lithium-ion based batteries and also increase the capacity delivered by those batteries.
Adding graphene girders to silicon electrodes could double the life of lithium batteries
(John Innes Centre) A fascinating blow-by-blow account of the arms struggle between plants and viral pathogens, is revealed in new research.
Viral probe gives ringside view of cell-to-cell combat
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Najnowsze wirusy
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PAP
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Google News: Hydrogen
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hydrogen - Google News
KEMIRA: Kemira Group Interim Report, January-June 2007Kauppalehti (press release), Finland -20 minutes agoOperating profit was also lowered by the Korean hydrogenperoxide business, divested in 2006. Operating profit for the period grew by 15%, ...
KEMIRA: Kemira Group Interim Report, January-June 2007 - Kauppalehti (press release)
Wildcatter sees potential of basement rockKansas.com, KS -24 minutes agoIt contained hydrocarbon gases, including methane, hydrogen, carbon dioxide and nitrogen. "Now, how did those gases get there, that deep into the bedrock? ...
Wildcatter sees potential of basement rock - Kansas.com
New HydrogenPlant To Be BuiltH2 Daily, NV -1 hour agoUsing pre-distilled ethanol and Glycerol (a bio-diesel waste product) to produce hydrogen. The hydrogenwill then be used as replacement energy, ...
New Hydrogen Plant To Be Built - H2 Daily
Chemical ban to boost Vic's war on drugsThe West Australian, Australia -1 hour agoFrom next Wednesday, police will have the power to charge suspected drug makers with possessing precursor chemicals such as ammonia, hydrogenchloride, ...
Chemical ban to boost Vic's war on drugs - The West Australian
Hydrogen-Powered Honda Vehicle Qualifies for Tax CreditSmartPros Accounting -1 hour agoPurchasers of the 2005 and 2006 Honda FCX, which is only capable of operating on hydrogen, may rely on their certification concerning the vehicle's ...
Hydrogen-Powered Honda Vehicle Qualifies for Tax Credit - SmartPros Accounting
Newsleetter
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MathWorks  - MATLAB and Simulink for Technical Computing
INAOE mathematicians have developed a system for improving the accuracy of long-term forecasts of chaotic time series that uses a self-organizing map (SOM) to select and combine predictive models.
Predicting the Long-Term Behavior of Chaotic Systems
Seeking a fast and elegant way to calculate how much water flows through a given landscape during and after precipitation, Dr. Schwangart developed a toolbox in MATLAB that solves the problem as a system of linear equations.
Developing a MATLAB Toolbox for Digital Elevation Model Analysis
Download this Simulink model and use it to study the behavior of the PHY and MAC. You can also use it as a framework for building multimode wireless communication networks.
Building a Packet Data Radio Network in Simulink
An automation tool developed in MATLAB delivers results of tests for compliance with the Infiniband specification in minutes, enabling manufacturers to make same-day adjustments to their products.
Automating the Analysis of RF Measurement Data for High-Performance Computing Cables
In this article we assemble a 3D image of a Li-ion battery from 2D radiographic projections, enabling observation of the complex processes at work within an operating Li-ion battery.
Reconstructing a 3D Image of an Operating Li-Ion Battery Using Neutron Computed Tomography