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Hydrogen-making algae’s ‘Achilles’ heel’ discovered

20 January, 2021 – 4:32 am |

Scientists have discovered how oxygen leaves green algal hydrogen production. The findings could help people who work toward “H2 solar farms in which microorganisms produce hydrogen fuel from sunlight and water. An international team of scientists from Oxford University and universities in Germany, report their findings in two articles, one in the JACS and one […]

Researchers discover a new antibacterial lead

13 January, 2021 – 4:32 pm |

Antibiotic resistance has been a major problem for hospitals and health centers for over a decade. But despite the need for new treatment options, there have been only two new classes of antibiotics developed in the last 40 years. Now, a promising discovery by researchers at McMaster University, has revealed an ideal starting point for […]

Researchers create new strategy for highly-selective chemotherapy delivery

1 January, 2021 – 4:32 pm |

Researchers at UC Irvine has created a new approach that greatly improves the targeting of chemotherapeutic drugs in specific cells and organs. Kenneth Longmuir, associate professor of physiology and biophysics, and Richard Robertson, professor of Anatomy and Neurobiology, using liposomes, small areas (less than 100 nanometers in diameter) of natural molecules of lipids, such as […]

Fungus enhances susceptibility of resistant malaria mosquito to pesticides

29 December, 2020 – 4:32 am |

In areas where malaria mosquitoes have become resistant to chemical pesticides, fungi kill mosquitoes can be an effective tool. Fungal spores can indeed infect and kill malaria mosquitoes, including those that are resistant to pesticides. Moreover, the mosquitoes become more susceptible to pesticides, such as increases in fungal infection. Researchers from Wageningen University and colleagues […]

Genetic discovery could break wine industry bottleneck

23 December, 2020 – 4:32 pm |

One of the most popular episodes of the 8000 year history of grape cultivation led to biological changes that are not well understood – until now. Through biomolecular research work, German researchers have discovered new details about the legacy of Vitis varieties in cultivation today. In the process, which has opened the way for more […]

Multi-use device can shed light on oxygen intake

6 November, 2020 – 4:32 am |

A fiber optic sensor developed by a team of researchers at Purdue University, which is capable of measuring oxygen consumption rates could have broad applications ranging from development of plants from roots to the evaluation of drug efficacy chemotherapy. Optrode self-reference, developed in the laboratory of Marshall Porterfield, associate professor of agricultural and biological engineering, […]