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Cystic fibrosis occurs when people do not have a functioning version of the CFTR gene.
11.21.2017
2:49pm
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The authors noted that the landslides in Valles Marineris are of similar shape as ice-lubricated landslides on Earth.
by Springer
11.21.2017
1:51pm
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According to the World Malaria Report, there were 214 million cases of malaria globally in 2015 and 438,000 deaths from the disease.
by University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
11.21.2017
1:34pm
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Their new holographic imaging technique produces better images than current methods that use multiple holograms.
by UCLA
11.21.2017
1:08pm
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The new biodiesel could result in a 10-to-15 percent reduction in carbon dioxide emissions
11.21.2017
10:17am
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The human genome is made up of billions of DNA base pairs.
by Virginia Commonwealth University
11.21.2017
10:10am
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Exotic magnetic states - such as a point where three south poles meet - represent complex systems.
by Imperial College London
11.21.2017
9:42am
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A small fraction of muons can even penetrate the Earth’s surface and travel several kilometers through rock and ice.
by MIT
11.21.2017
9:28am
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The team has made all the information needed to create this system freely available.
by American Society of Plant Biologists
11.21.2017
9:19am
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Most LEDs use semiconductors made from a material called gallium nitride (GaN).
by CalTech
11.21.2017
8:54am
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The discovery of the first known methane-producing microbe that is active in an oxygen-rich environment may signal that there is more methane being released.
11.20.2017
3:27pm
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Researchers found that fine fibers like spider silk could boost the quality of microphones built into hearing aids.
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11.20.2017
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Researchers are using sensors in gelatin capsules to help patients track their opioid usage following an injury.
11.20.2017
2:08pm
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The Cascadia Subduction Zone off the coast of the Pacific Northwest has all the ingredients for making powerful earthquakes.
by University of Texas at Austin
11.20.2017
12:34pm
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Gold nanoparticles could help make drugs act more quickly and effectively.
by Binghamton University
11.20.2017
12:30pm
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Electronic devices such as computers generate heat that mostly goes to waste. Physicists have found a way to use this energy.
by Bielefeld University
11.20.2017
12:20pm
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All three electrodes connect to a single solar cell that serves as a power source.
11.20.2017
10:25am
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The finding suggests that large asteroid impacts may not be the sole mechanism by which life could transfer between planets.
by University of Edinburgh
11.20.2017
9:36am
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The difference in mass between nitric oxide and 15N15N is about two one-thousandths the mass of a neutron.
by Rice University
11.20.2017
9:15am
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Semiconductors, typically made of silicon, are the foundation of modern electronics.
by Princeton University Engineering School
11.20.2017
9:12am
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Warren “Woody” Hoburg, PhD, and Cori Bargmann, PhD, were recognized as R&D Magazine’s 2017 Innovator of the Year and 2017 Scientist of the Year respectively.
by Editors of R&D Magazine
11.18.2017
1:17am
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The winners of the 55th annual R&D 100 Awards were revealed Friday, Nov. 17.
by The Editors of R&D Magazine
11.18.2017
1:01am
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Truck drivers may soon be added to the list of electric vehicle users.
11.17.2017
3:04pm
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The disease is described by four stages of severity.
11.17.2017
1:52pm
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The researchers used light to excite a light-sensitive channel in the membrane of neurons.
by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
11.17.2017
1:17pm
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The study evaluated the ability of a UAS to accurately and precisely determine plant populations of cotton.
by University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture
11.17.2017
1:10pm
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The researchers accomplished this by combining the fatty acids with an organic compound that responds to a pulse of light.
by MIT
11.17.2017
1:05pm
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Growing crystalline film layers on crystalline substrates (called epitaxy) is ubiquitous in semiconductor fabrication.
by American Institute of Physics
11.17.2017
11:36am
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The researchers developed the sensors using buckypaper—razor thin and flexible sheets of pure and durable carbon nanotubes.
11.17.2017
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The third annual 2017 R&D 100 Conference concludes Friday, Nov. 17 with an exciting afternoon session.
by Editors of R&D Magazine
11.17.2017
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