Kenny Walter
Digital Reporter

Kenny Walter is a reporter for R&D Magazine. After graduating with a B.A. in journalism from Temple in 2008 he spent more than seven years as a reporter with Greater Media Newspapers covering municipal and state government with a focus on municipal finances and environmental issues.

The researchers developed a technique for temporarily removing Tregs from the skin and tested it on mice.
5.25.2017
3:09pm
The batteries were printed with an ink made of zinc silver oxide mixed with SIS.
5.25.2017
12:19pm
In the future a pasta dinner might be shaped like a flower or star or another untraditional shape.
5.25.2017
12:17pm
A new study from Columbia University shows that the frequent use of marijuana, hashish and hash oil has significant long-term impacts on dental health.
5.25.2017
10:28am
The fossils of 180 insects may indicate that the climate of southern California has been stable for the last 50,000 years.
5.24.2017
3:12pm
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Moderate alcohol consumption may not be as beneficial as previously thought.
5.24.2017
3:09pm
A new X-ray technique could allow doctors to see inside continuously packed nanoparticles in the human body.
5.24.2017
11:54am
According to a new study the risk of atrial fibrillation (AF) decreases significantly with the consumption of moderate amounts of chocolate.
5.24.2017
11:34am
New research shows sleep disorders may impact women more than they do men.
5.24.2017
9:59am
Scientists have developed a sensor that alerts a person with asthma when and at what dosage to take their medication.
5.23.2017
3:50pm
A new test could significantly streamline the process required for self-driving cars to be deemed road-ready.
5.23.2017
3:39pm
Joggers may soon be able to light up a small electronic device just by wearing a jacket.
5.23.2017
10:32am
Athletes with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are more likely to play basketball or football rather than golf or tennis.
5.22.2017
3:26pm
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Scientists are closer to understanding why deep sleep is crucial for the brain’s ability to learn efficiently.
5.22.2017
3:12pm
Researchers have developed a new magnetic material that is showing promise for future quantum technologies.
5.22.2017
10:29am
For the first time, a graphene membrane has been designed that can withstand up to 100 bars of pressure.
5.19.2017
3:13pm
Researchers believe there has been widespread ecological changes throughout the peninsula.
5.19.2017
10:33am
Bacteria in the gut might be leading to problems with the blood vessels in the brain.
5.18.2017
3:23pm
Researchers have used nanotechnology to boost the catalytic performance of cerium oxide.
5.18.2017
10:47am
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) might soon be powered by the sun.
5.17.2017
3:27pm
This process could be particularly effective near the wellheads on drilling sites, eliminating the need for long-distance transportation.
5.17.2017
10:45am
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An unusual planet, discovered 320 light years from Earth, might help astronomers find habitable planets elsewhere in space.
5.17.2017
10:01am
The first ever flat lens for immersion microscopy may enable a more cost-effective and easily manufactured alternative to current immersion microscopes.
5.16.2017
3:25pm
Researchers have pinpointed the molecule that inhibits the Zika virus, a step towards finding a drug to combat the virus, which has become a global epidemic.
5.16.2017
3:21pm
By making a brain implant smaller, researchers believe they can effectively fight several diseases including Parkinson’s and other neurological disorders.
5.16.2017
10:41am
Researchers from Washington State University have found a new way to attach a drug to a blood cell to attack tumors.
5.16.2017
10:39am
A group of physicists believe they may have finally explained what causes the accelerating expansion of the universe.
5.15.2017
1:34pm
A group of researchers have developed a battery that uses a silicon nanoparticle composite material on the anode.
5.15.2017
1:23pm
Researchers have developed a new technique that utilizes the technology that adds fizz to soda to remove particles from dirty water.
5.15.2017
10:23am
After examining the strength of the most common element in the universe, scientists have gained a deeper knowledge of hydrogen bonds in a single molecule.
5.15.2017
10:15am
A new molecule could help researchers find a bevy of new therapy options to help treat patients with anemia and other iron disorders.
5.12.2017
3:21pm
A new biomimetic bone tissue may help improve bone marrow transplants.
5.12.2017
3:19pm
Zinc peroxide nanoparticles produced by recreating underwater volcano conditions might be the latest tool in cancer therapies.
5.12.2017
10:36am
Humans may find themselves in trouble with a supernova about 50 light years away.
5.12.2017
10:31am
Enterococci—a leading antibiotic-resistant microbe—actually dates as far back as 450 million years ago, pre-dating the age of the dinosaurs.
5.11.2017
2:59pm
A combination of crab shell powder and nanosized silver particles may be the newest approach to halting the spread of malaria.
5.11.2017
2:10pm
Men and women have different reactions from the region of the brain that manages stress, heart rate and blood pressure when presented with certain stimuli.
5.11.2017
11:16am
Researchers found that people who regularly partake in intense exercise have longer telomeres, reducing aging at the cellular level by up to nine years.
5.10.2017
2:55pm
A pair of molecules that drive the growth of an aggressive form of brain cancer might hold the key to new therapy options for the deadly disease.
5.10.2017
2:48pm