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Scientists build 'valves' in DNA to shape biological information flows  

Scientists have developed new biological parts that are able to shape the flow of cellular processes along DNA.

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2022-01-21 13:10:57



Smarter catalysts through 'induced activation'  

Researchers propose a novel method of significantly enhancing the catalytic efficiency of materials already in broad commercial usage, a process they have termed 'induced activation.'

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2022-01-21 10:22:34



AI light-field camera reads 3D facial expressions  

Machine-learned, light-field camera reads facial expressions from high-contrast illumination invariant 3D facial images.

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2022-01-21 08:14:24



Motor proteins haul precious cargo in neurons: How can we control their movement?  

Inside neurons, motor proteins haul precious cargo, moving essential goods along thread-like roadways called microtubule tracks.

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2022-01-21 04:34:58



Consistent asteroid showers rock previous thinking on Mars craters  

New research has confirmed the frequency of asteroid collisions that formed impact craters on Mars has been consistent over the past 600 million years.

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2022-01-21 04:08:52



Novel microscopic picoshell particles developed  

Bioengineers have created a new type of petri dish in the form of microscopic, permeable particles that can dramatically speed up research and development (R&D) timelines of biological products, such as fatty acids for biofuels. Dubbed PicoShells, the picoliter (trillionth of a liter), porous, hydrogel particles can enable more than one million individual cells to be compartmentalized, cultured in production-relevant environments, and selected based on growth and biomass accumulation traits usin

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2022-01-21 03:05:48



Is Vesuvius taking an extended siesta?  

Located near Naples, Italy, Vesuvius last had a violent eruption in 1944, towards the end of the Second World War. It could be a few hundred years before another dangerous, explosive eruption occurs, suggests a new study by volcano experts.

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2022-01-20 19:39:40



Advancing materials science with the help of biology and a dash of dish soap  

Scientists have finally found a way to probe delicate microcrystals with powerful X-ray laser beams. They say their method could help advance semiconductor and solar cell development.

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2022-01-20 19:35:16



COVID-19 vaccines do not cause infertility, study finds  

New findings indicate that COVID-19 vaccination does not impair fertility, but males who become infected by the coronavirus may experience short-term reduced fertility.

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2022-01-20 19:03:39



Supplement appears to boost muscle, mitochondria health  

An oral supplement intended to stimulate a natural body process appears to promote muscle endurance and mitochondrial health in humans. New research suggests that the supplement, urolithin A, may help improve or prolong muscle activity in people who are aging or who have diseases that make exercise difficult.

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2022-01-20 18:38:38



Branching worm discovered in Japan named after Godzilla's nemesis  

Branching marine worms are bizarre creatures with one head but a body that branches over and over again into multiple posterior ends. Until now, only two species of these curious beasts, thought to be extremely rare, were known. However, a third species has now been discovered and described. The worm, named Ramisyllis kingghidorahi after King Ghidorah, Godzilla's monster enemy, was discovered in Japan.

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2022-01-20 15:58:45



Old neurons can block neurogenesis in mice  

Destroying senescent cells in the aging stem cell niche enhances hippocampal neurogenesis and cognitive function in mice, researchers report.

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2022-01-20 14:34:56



Newly discovered DNA repair mechanisms point to potential therapy targets for cancer and neurodegenerative diseases  

Faulty DNA damage repair can lead to many types of cancer, neurodegenerative diseases, and other serious disorders. Investigators have developed high-throughput microscopy and machine learning systems that can identify and classify DNA repair factors. The investigators have identified nine previously unknown factors involved in the process of cellular DNA repair.

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2022-01-20 14:23:57



Mediterranean diet associated with a lower risk of mortality in older adults  

A greater adherence to the Mediterranean diet which had been assessed through an index made with biomarkers during a 20-year scientific monitoring is associated with a lower mortality in adults over 65.

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2022-01-20 14:19:41



New electron microscopy technique could shortcut the development of vaccines and monoclonal antibody therapies  

A new method identifies specific antibodies in immune responses to vaccination or infection in fraction of time needed for traditional approach.

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2022-01-20 13:52:30



Artificial pancreas proves 'life-changing' for very young children with type 1 diabetes and their families  

An artificial pancreas is helping protect very young children with type 1 diabetes at a particularly vulnerable time of their lives. A study published today found that it is both safe to use and more effective at managing their blood sugar levels than current technology.

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2022-01-20 13:49:19



Cancer treatment may inhibit immune response to COVID-19 vaccination  

A study has found that patients with cancer who receive chemotherapy -- and some targeted therapies, such as CDK4/6 inhibitors and therapies targeted at B cells -- may mount an inadequate immune response to COVID-19 vaccination.

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2022-01-20 13:40:34



Scientists trace the path of radioactive cesium in the ecosystem of Fukushima  

In 2011, the nuclear accident at Fukushima, Japan, resulted in the deposit of radioactive cesium (radiocesium) into habitats in the vicinity. A decade after the accident, researchers have collated the complicated dynamics of radiocesium within forest-stream ecosystems. Understanding radiocesium flow in the environment could help mitigate contamination and inform future containment strategies.

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2022-01-20 13:40:31



Scientists identify new genus and species of legume, now mysteriously extinct  

Researchers have described a new legume tree from flowers embedded in several lumps of amber recovered from deep within an amber mine in the mountains of the Dominican Republic.

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2022-01-20 13:23:11



Zeolite nanotube discovery  

Researchers discover crystalline zeolites in a nanotubular (1D) shape.

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2022-01-20 12:53:51



How do tics develop?  

A team of researchers has identified a neural network which is responsible for generating tic disorders. Targeting of this network via deep brain stimulation delivered by a pacemaker-like device has resulted in the alleviation of symptoms in people with Tourette syndrome. The researchers' findings could serve as a basis for improving the treatment of people with severe tic disorders.

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2022-01-20 12:43:57



Highly eccentric black hole merger discovered  

Scientists believe they have detected a merger of two black holes with eccentric orbits. This can help explain how some of the previous black hole mergers are much heavier than previously thought possible.

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2022-01-20 12:36:23



Mount Etna's exceptional CO2 emissions are triggered by deep carbon dioxide reservoirs  

Magma transports carbon dioxide stored in the Earth's mantle to volcanoes, where it is released into the atmosphere. A research team now presents results obtained using a new methodology to clarify the contribution of volcanoes to natural CO2 emissions.

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2022-01-20 12:12:16



Research in mice identifies neurons that control locomotion  

For more than a century, scientists have known that while the commands that initiate movement come from the brain, the neurons that control locomotion once movement is underway reside within the spinal cord. Researchers now report that, in mice, they have identified one particular type of neuron that is both necessary and sufficient for regulating this type of movement. These neurons are called ventral spinocerebellar tract neurons (VSCTs).

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2022-01-20 11:59:31



Here's why whales don't drown when they gulp down food underwater  

Ever wondered whether whales can burp, and why they don't drown when they gulp down gallons of water and krill? New research may just hold the answer. Researchers found that lunge-feeding whales have an 'oral plug', a fleshy bulb in their mouths that moves backwards to seal off the upper airways during feeding, while their larynx closes to block the lower airways.

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2022-01-20 11:29:51



Scientists build bioreactors and engineer bacteria to advance biofuel research  

Researchers from the University of Kent's School of Biosciences have designed and built equipment that can be used to investigate bacterial biofuel production at a fraction of the cost of commercial systems. This technology was then used to demonstrate that bacterial genetic engineering could be used to enhance biofuel production.

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2022-01-20 11:24:29



Towards compact quantum computers thanks to topology  

Researchers at PSI have compared the electron distribution below the oxide layer of two semiconductors. The investigation is part of an effort to develop particularly stable quantum bits -- and thus, in turn, particularly efficient quantum computers.

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2022-01-20 11:22:20



The best way to fix a sad mood: Whatever you think works best  

What's the best way to improve a sad mood? It may be whatever skill you think you're best at, a new study suggests.

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2022-01-20 10:54:20



Social isolation among older adults linked to having fewer teeth  

Older adults who are socially isolated are more likely to have missing teeth--and to lose their teeth more quickly over time--than those with more social interaction, according to a new study of Chinese older adults.

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2022-01-20 10:52:07



New sensor grids record human brain signals in record-breaking resolution  

A new array of brain sensors can record electrical signals directly from the surface of the human brain in record-breaking detail. The new brain sensors feature densely packed grids of either 1,024 or 2,048 embedded electrocorticography (ECoG) sensors. If approved for clinical use, these sensors would offer surgeons brain-signal information directly from the surface of the brain's cortex in 100 times higher resolution than what is available today. The technology could provide better guidance for

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2022-01-20 10:38:58



Mapping dementia-linked protein interactions yields potential new treatment targets  

By mapping all the protein interactions of a dementia-linked protein in the brain called Tau, a team of investigators has created a road map for identifying potential new treatment targets for Alzheimer's disease and related dementia.

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2022-01-20 10:05:05



Development of a lithium-air battery with an energy density over 500 wh/kg  

Researchers have developed a lithium-air battery with an energy density over 500Wh/kg -- significantly higher than currently lithium ion batteries. The research team then confirmed that this battery can be charged and discharged at room temperature. In addition, the team found that the battery developed by the team shows the highest energy densities and best cycle life performances ever achieved. These results signify a major step toward the practical use of lithium-air batteries.

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2022-01-20 09:59:43



Air pollution significantly reduces pollination by confusing butterflies and bees  

A new study finds pollination reduced by almost a third when diesel fumes and ozone were present - the negative impact of these common air pollutants on pollination were observed in the natural environment.

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2022-01-20 09:58:49



Worldwide coordinated search for dark matter  

An international team of researchers has published comprehensive data on the search for dark matter using a worldwide network of optical magnetometers. According to the scientists, dark matter fields should produce a characteristic signal pattern that can be detected  by correlated measurements at multiple stations of the GNOME network.

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2022-01-20 09:57:36



Haunted-house experience scares up interesting insights on the body's reaction to threats  

Dilated pupils, sweating, and a rapid heartbeat are some of the physiological responses that people experience when faced with a threatening situation. New research used the immersive experience of a haunted house to reveal that these responses differ depending on the social context and other factors.

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2022-01-20 09:41:31



Drug mimics beneficial effects of fasting in mice  

An investigational cancer drug that starves tumors of their energy supply also shows evidence of improving whole body metabolism, leading to improved weight control, according to a new study in mice.

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2022-01-20 09:12:48



COVID-19 vaccine booster provides good antibody protection against Omicron, researchers find  

A third 'booster' dose of COVID-19 vaccine successfully raises antibody levels that neutralize the Omicron variant, according to laboratory findings.

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2022-01-20 08:41:37



Aerobic fitness of elite soccer players linked to player positions  

Researchers have linked the fitness of elite soccer players to the positions they play. The ability to make this assessment can help coaches regulate individual training loads based on player position, according to a recent study.

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2022-01-20 08:21:02



When graphene speaks, scientists can now listen  

Brothers working in a lab discover that sound can be used to analyze the properties of laser-induced graphene in real time.

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2022-01-20 08:10:10



Scientists find previously unknown jumping behavior in insects  

A team of researchers has discovered a jumping behavior that is entirely new to insect larvae, and there is evidence that it is occurring in a range of species -- we just haven't noticed it before.

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2022-01-20 07:59:20



An all-in-one approach to diabetes treatment  

A team of researchers has come up with a new approach to streamline the process that people with diabetes use to estimate the carbohydrate content of a meal, draw blood to measure current blood glucose levels, and calculate and deliver the correct insulin dose.

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2022-01-20 07:43:43



Fickle sunshine slows down Rubisco and limits photosynthetic productivity of crops  

A team of researchers discovered an imperfection in how Rubisco functions in cowpea and how they can improve it across crops to increase productivity.

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2022-01-20 07:40:25



New modeling tools to help solid-waste systems reach environmental goals  

Researchers have developed a free, user-friendly tool that makes use of multiple computational models to help solid waste systems achieve their environmental goals in the most cost-efficient way possible.

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2022-01-20 06:52:32



Dementia: How to prevent cognitive decline  

Researchers have determined the optimal number of intervention sessions needed to prevent cognitive decline in people at risk.

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2022-01-20 06:43:17



Review reports improved transparency in antidepressant drug trials  

New research suggests manufacturers of newly developed antidepressant drugs have become more forthcoming about clinical trials that don't pan out. While the new findings are encouraging, they still hint at a fundamental shortcoming in medicine: A reliance of studies selectively reported in scientific literature, as opposed to the unvarnished results of clinical trials reported to the Food and Drug Administration.

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2022-01-20 06:42:19



Persistent T cell response to omicron after infection and vaccination  

The omicron variant can partly evade the antibody response provided by vaccination or infection with previous variants of SARS-CoV-2. However, T cells still recognise omicron, scientists report.

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2022-01-20 05:54:58



Researchers simulate SARS-COV-2 transmission and infection on airline flights  

A new study simulated the transmission of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, on a flight from London to Hanoi and on another flight from Singapore to Hangzhou.

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2022-01-20 05:40:16



Researchers find newer variants of SARS-CoV-2 can infect mice, unlike the original version of the virus  

A team of biology researchers has found that some of the newer variants of the virus that causes COVID-19 can infect the respiratory tract of wild mice, unlike the original strain that emerged from China.

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2022-01-20 05:22:56



Immunotherapy before liver cancer surgery can kill tumor, and likely residual cancer cells  

Immunotherapy given before surgery caused liver cancer tumors to die off in one-third of the patients enrolled in a new clinical trial.

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2022-01-20 04:59:08



New study determines parentage, age, and survival of North Atlantic right whales using genetic testing  

A new study is providing insight into North Atlantic right whale calf survival, growth rates, and life history, demonstrating the power of genetic sampling for this critically endangered species.

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2022-01-20 04:56:15



A new approach to a $1 million mathematical enigma  

Numbers like pi, e and phi often turn up in unexpected places in science and mathematics. Pascal's triangle and the Fibonacci sequence also seem inexplicably widespread in nature. Then there's the Riemann zeta function, a deceptively straightforward function that has perplexed mathematicians since the 19th century. The most famous quandary, the Riemann hypothesis, is perhaps the greatest unsolved question in mathematics, with the Clay Mathematics Institute offering a $1 million prize for a corre

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2022-01-20 04:47:57



Creating sustainable material from waste  

A team of researchers looking for ways to upcycle biomass into new products has demonstrated that it is possible to efficiently turn industrially processed lignin into high-performance plastics, such as bio-based 3D-printing resins, and valuable chemicals. An economic and life-cycle analysis reveals the approach can be competitive with similar petroleum-based products, too.

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2022-01-20 04:47:30



TV watching linked with potentially fatal blood clots  

Take breaks when binge-watching TV to avoid blood clots, say scientists. The warning comes as a study reports that watching TV for four hours a day or more is associated with a 35% higher risk of blood clots compared with fewer than 2.5 hours.

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2022-01-20 04:31:50



You can feel this acid when you work out. Now it may increase knowledge of cancer medicine  

New research shows that specific enzymes can remove lactic acid marks. This finding may increase our understanding of cancer medicine and how physical exercise, among other things, can affect human epigenetics.

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2022-01-20 04:12:35



Hubble finds a black hole igniting star formation in a dwarf galaxy  

Often portrayed as destructive monsters that hold light captive, black holes take on a less villainous role in the latest research from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope. A black hole at the heart of the dwarf galaxy Henize 2-10 is creating stars rather than gobbling them up. The black hole is apparently contributing to the firestorm of new star formation taking place in the galaxy. The dwarf galaxy lies 30 million light-years away, in the southern constellation Pyxis.

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2022-01-20 03:56:12



Quantum computing in silicon hits 99% accuracy  

Researchers have proven that near error-free quantum computing is possible, paving the way to build silicon-based quantum devices compatible with current semiconductor manufacturing technology.

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2022-01-20 03:44:58



Kombucha water filters can resist clogging better than commercial options  

Commercially available ultrafiltration membranes that purify water are expensive and get clogged easily by particles and microorganisms. Recently, living filtration membranes were reported as an alternative sieving material. Grown from kombucha cultures, the filters are dense, stacked sheets of bacterial cellulose. Now, researchers show that these living membranes are more resistant to clogging and biofouling, making them more efficient and less expensive to use than conventional ones.

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2022-01-20 03:24:28



English Channel stops new rockpool species reaching UK  

The English Channel prevents many rockpool species 'making the jump' from Europe to the UK, new research shows.

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2022-01-20 03:21:09



The cellular response that protects pigs from COVID-19  

Studies since the start of the pandemic have noted that pigs exposed to the coronavirus don't show clinical signs of disease nor do they transmit the virus to other animals. Scientists have uncovered important clues that shed light on why pigs don't get sick, and the discovery could lead to better treatments for COVID-19 in humans.

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2022-01-20 03:17:05



New simulations can improve avalanche forecasting  

Computer simulations of snow cover can accurately forecast avalanche hazard, according to a new international study. Currently, avalanche forecasts in Canada are made by experienced professionals who rely on data from local weather stations and on-the-ground observations from ski and backcountry ski operators, avalanche control workers for transportation and industry, and volunteers who manually test the snowpack.

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2022-01-20 03:15:57



First clinical-grade transplant of gene-edited pig kidneys into brain-dead human  

Researchers have announced the first peer-reviewed research outlining the successful transplant of genetically modified, clinical-grade pig kidneys into a brain-dead human individual, replacing the recipient's native kidneys. These positive results demonstrate how xenotransplantation could address the worldwide organ shortage crisis.

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2022-01-20 03:12:24



Uncovering the underlying patterns in contemporary evolution  

Wild populations must continuously adapt to environmental changes or risk extinction. For more than fifty years, scientists have described instances of 'rapid evolution' in specific populations as their traits (phenotypes) change in response to varying stressors. For example, Spanish clover has developed a tolerance for copper from the mine tailings in which it grows, and the horn size of Alberta bighorn sheep has decreased due to trophy hunting. But until now it hasn't been possible to reach an

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2022-01-20 03:11:11



UK rates of nearsightedness have increased significantly over time, study finds  

Changing environmental factors as well as changing gene-environment interactions could be to blame for increasing rates of myopia, also known as nearsightedness or shortsightedness, over time, suggests a new study.

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2022-01-20 02:37:12



Just what is a 'resilient' forest, anyway?  

What does a 'resilient' forest look like in California's Sierra Nevada? A lot fewer trees than we're used to, according to a study of frequent-fire forests.

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2022-01-20 02:30:17



2020 volcanic eruption leads to hours-long thunderstorm  

A study discusses how advances in global lightning detection have provided novel ways to characterize explosive volcanism.

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2022-01-20 02:27:05



'Decoy' protein works against multiple SARS-CoV-2 variants, researchers report  

A drug treatment that acts as a decoy against SARS-CoV-2 was highly effective at preventing death and lung damage in humanized animal models of severe COVID-19 disease. The study suggests that the drug has the potential to treat COVID-19 patients, including those who are infected with aggressive SARS-CoV-2 variants.

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2022-01-20 02:24:19



Black eyed peas could help eliminate need for fertilizer  

Black eyed peas' ability to attract beneficial bacteria isn't diminished by modern farming practices, new research shows. Planting it in rotation with other crops could help growers avoid the need for costly, environmentally damaging fertilizers.

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2022-01-20 02:21:30



Babies can tell who has close relationships based on one clue: Saliva  

Neuroscientists have identified a specific signal that young children and even babies can use to determine whether two people have a strong relationship and a mutual obligation to help each other: whether those two people kiss, share food, or have other interactions that involve sharing saliva.

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2022-01-20 02:16:03



Impossible material made possible inside a graphene sandwich  

Atoms bind together by sharing electrons. The way this happens depends on the atom types but also on conditions such as temperature and pressure. In two-dimensional (2D) materials, such as graphene, atoms join along a plane to form structures just one atom thick, which leads to fascinating properties determined by quantum mechanics.

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2022-01-20 02:08:22



Bubbles of methane rising from seafloor in Puget Sound  

The release of methane, a powerful greenhouse gas responsible for almost a quarter of global warming, is being studied around the world, from Arctic wetlands to livestock feedlots. A team has discovered a source much closer to home: 349 plumes of methane gas bubbling up from the seafloor in Puget Sound, which holds more water than any other U.S. estuary.

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2022-01-20 01:58:31



For Glioma patients, a mutated gene may open the door to new treatment options  

A mutated gene affects growth of brain tumor cells in young adults, indicating sensitivity to a new treatment strategy, a team of researchers has discovered. These findings present possibilities for more effective therapies for glioma patients with this gene mutation.

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2022-01-20 01:29:12



Researchers simulate behavior of living 'minimal cell' in three dimensions  

Scientists report that they have built a living 'minimal cell' with a genome stripped down to its barest essentials -- and a computer model of the cell that mirrors its behavior. By refining and testing their model, the scientists say they are developing a system for predicting how changes to the genomes, living conditions or physical characteristics of live cells will alter how they function.

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2022-01-20 01:21:36



Meta-analysis may help guide treatment planning for patients with high-risk prostate cancer  

Results of a large study could help guide treatment planning for patients with high-risk prostate cancer.

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2022-01-20 01:13:02



Satellites reveal world's most famous 'mega iceberg' released 152 billion tons of fresh water into ocean as it scraped past South Georgia  

Scientists monitoring the giant A68A Antarctic iceberg from space reveal that a huge amount of fresh water was released as it melted around the sub-Antarctic island of South Georgia. 152 billion tonnes of fresh water -- equivalent to 20 x Loch Ness or 61 million Olympic sized swimming pools, entered the seas around the sub-Antarctic island of South Georgia when the megaberg A68A melted over 3 months in 2020/2021, according to a new study.

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2022-01-20 01:12:56



Camels' noses inspire a new humidity sensor  

Researchers describe a humidity sensor inspired by the structure and properties of camels' noses. In experiments, they found this device could reliably detect variations in humidity in settings that included industrial exhaust and the air surrounding human skin.

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2022-01-20 01:10:38



Particles formed in boreal forests affect clouds in the troposphere  

Direct observations were made on the interactions between aerosol particles formed in boreal forests and clouds in the atmospheric boundary layer.

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2022-01-19 20:52:37



High protein diet may harm polar bears  

A high protein diet appears linked to kidney disease and shortened lifespans for captive polar bears, a relationship similarly suspected in humans. A careful look at what zoos have fed polar bears revealed they mostly offered a diet intended for big cats, containing about 2-3 parts protein to 1-part fat, a reversal from what was observed in the wild.

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2022-01-19 20:06:42



Tracking the lifespan and myriad functions of mRNA  

New studies shed light on how mRNAs are born and how they regulate production of proteins inside of our cells once they reach maturity. The findings have implications not only for achieving effective doses for new vaccines, but for helping determine the biological roots of many cancers and diseases.

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2022-01-19 16:46:42



Inner workings of quantum computers  

A precision diagnostic is emerging as a gold standard for detecting and describing problems inside quantum computing hardware.

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2022-01-19 16:29:13



The role of ribosomes in age-related diseases  

Research finds that the cellular assembly line that produces proteins can stall with age, triggering a snowball effect that increases the output of misfolded proteins. In humans, clumps of misfolded proteins contribute to age-linked Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases.

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2022-01-19 15:54:27



Solving a crystal's structure when you've only got powder  

Crystals reveal the hidden geometry of molecules to the naked eye. Scientists use crystals to figure out the atomic structure of new materials, but many materials can't be grown large enough. Now, a team of researchers report a new technique that can lead to the discovery of the crystalline structure of any substance.

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2022-01-19 13:21:57



Scientists achieve key elements for fault-tolerant quantum computation in silicon spin qubits  

Researchers have achieved a key milestone toward the development of a fault-tolerant quantum computer. They were able to demonstrate a two-qubit gate fidelity of 99.5 percent -- higher than the 99 percent considered to be the threshold for building fault-tolerant computers -- using electron spin qubits in silicon, which are promising for large-scale quantum computers as the nanofabrication technology for building them already exists.

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2022-01-19 13:02:19



Magnesium is essential for the immune system, including in the fight against cancer  

The level of magnesium in the blood is an important factor in the immune system's ability to tackle pathogens and cancer cells. Researchers have reported that T cells need a sufficient quantity of magnesium in order to operate efficiently. Their findings may have important implications for cancer patients.

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2022-01-19 12:40:45



Muscular study provides new information about how the largest dinosaurs moved and evolved  

New research has revealed how giant 50-ton sauropod dinosaurs, like Diplodocus, evolved from much smaller ancestors, like the wolf-sized Thecodontosaurus.

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2022-01-19 11:31:15



Giving project teams more autonomy boosts productivity and customer satisfaction  

Software development teams given the freedom to tackle their projects in whatever ways they choose are more productive and have more satisfied customers than teams that follow a central corporate standard, according to new research.

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2022-01-19 11:15:40



Self-organization of complex structures: A matter of time  

Researchers have developed a new strategy for manufacturing nanoscale structures in a time- and resource-efficient manner.

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2022-01-19 11:12:28



Decarbonization tech instantly converts co2 to solid carbon  

A smart and super-efficient new way of capturing carbon dioxide and converting it to solid carbon could help advance the decarbonization of heavy industries.

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2022-01-19 10:58:34



3D robotic spine 'twin' and sensor offer new way to preview surgical interventions  

Researchers created a novel 3D printed robotic replica of a human spine modified to include an artificial disc implant with a soft magnetic sensor array to enable surgeons to preview the effects of surgical interventions prior to the operation. The patient-specific model was based on a CT scan of the human spine. Results showed that the soft magnetic sensor array system had the high capability to classify five different postures of the spine with 100 percent accuracy, which can be a predictor of

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2022-01-19 10:56:26



Unexpected energy storage capability where water meets metal surfaces  

Researchers have used current and voltage measurements on individual nanoparticles to determine that the capacitively stored charge at platinum interfaces can be significantly higher than previously assumed. They attribute this to a special arrangement and bonding of water molecules.

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2022-01-19 10:27:53



Antibodies in blood soon after COVID-19 onset may predict severity, study finds  

A look at antibodies in patients soon after they were infected with the virus that causes COVID-19 showed key differences between those whose cases remained mild and those who later developed severe symptoms.

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2022-01-19 10:27:08



Heart function recovered quickly in children with COVID-19-related MIS-C condition  

Heart recovery began within the first week of diagnosis among children who developed COVID-19-related multisystem inflammatory syndrome (MIS-C), according to a new study. Children treated for MIS-C had normal heart function within three months after their first symptoms. The findings suggest children diagnosed with MIS-C may safely and gradually return to competitive sports after three months.

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2022-01-19 10:20:20



Cerebrospinal fluid offers clues to post-COVID 'brain fog'  

Some patients who develop new cognitive symptoms after a mild bout of COVID have abnormalities in their cerebrospinal fluid similar to those found in people with other infectious diseases. The finding may provide insights into how SARS-CoV-2 impacts the brain.

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2022-01-19 09:54:41



Internal ocean in small Saturn moon uncovered  

A scientist recently set out to prove that the tiny, innermost moon of Saturn was a frozen inert satellite and instead discovered compelling evidence that Mimas has a liquid internal ocean. In the waning days of NASA's Cassini mission, the spacecraft identified a curious libration, or oscillation, in the moon's rotation, which often points to a geologically active body able to support an internal ocean.

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2022-01-19 09:33:49



Scientists discover tarantula-killing worms  

Scientists have named a newly discovered species of worm that kills tarantulas after American actor Jeff Daniels, a distinction no other actor can claim.

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2022-01-19 09:14:14



Antifreeze cream prevents frostbite injuries to skin, study suggests  

Skiers, hikers, soldiers and others exposed to extreme cold temperatures can experience frostbite -- a painful injury that occurs when ice crystals form in the skin. Many extremely cold areas are also remote, and delays in frostbite treatment can result in severe wounds, scarring and even limb amputation. Now, researchers have developed a cream that prevents frostbite injuries in mice when applied to the skin 15 minutes before severe cold exposure.

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2022-01-19 07:43:07



Epilepsy research boosts case for new gene therapy for Dravet syndrome  

New research suggests how a newly developed gene therapy can treat Dravet syndrome, a severe form of epilepsy, and potentially prolong survival for people with the condition.

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2022-01-19 06:46:37



New tool assesses evolutionary risks of antibiotics  

Countering a rising antibiotic resistance crisis, doctors now prescribe combinations of antibiotics. Yet many risks are involved with such multi-drug combinations. Scientists have developed a way to help doctors evaluate outcomes for different drug pairs and boost the odds of successful treatment.

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2022-01-19 06:41:10



The circadian clock in heart failure  

Disrupting circadian rhythms, which change naturally on a 24-hour cycle, has been implicated in heart disease, but it is unclear how it leads to the condition. A research team investigated the function of a certain protein on heart disease development in animal models and human patients.

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2022-01-19 05:49:35



Earth BioGenome Project begins genome sequencing in earnest  

The Earth BioGenome Project is a global effort to map the genomes of all plants, animals, fungi and other microbial life on Earth. The EBP is entering a new phase as it moves from pilot projects to full-scale production sequencing.

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2022-01-19 04:59:37



Smart windows can significantly reduce indoor pathogens  

Daylight passing through smart windows results in almost complete disinfection of surfaces within 24 hours while still blocking harmful ultraviolet (UV) light, according to new research. For this research, she tested four strains of hazardous bacteria -- methicillin-resistance Staphylococcus aureus, Klebsiella pneumoniae, E. coli and Pseudomonas aeruginosa -- using a mini-living lab set-up. The lab had smart windows, which tint dynamically based on outdoor conditions, and traditional windows wit

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2022-01-19 04:47:26






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