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Bell Labs breaks optical transmission record, 100 Petabit per second kilometer barrier

3 January, 2019 – 4:32 am |

Alcatel-Lucent announced today that scientists at Bell Labs, the research arm of the company, have established a new optical transmission record over 100 petabits by second.kilometer (equivalent to 100 million gigabits per second.kilometer). This transmission experiment involved sending the equivalent of 400 DVDs per second over 7,000 kilometers, roughly the distance between Paris and Chicago. […]

PCPs are front line defense in diagnosing serious illness in patients with acute lower back pain

23 December, 2018 – 4:32 pm |

A study by researchers at the George Institute for International Health in Australia found that it is rare that patients who come to the PCP with acute low back pain without previous diagnosis of serious diseases. The most common cause serious illness vertebral fracture was documented, with half of the cases identified at the time […]

Nanodiamonds Advance Anticancer Gene Therapy

12 December, 2018 – 4:32 pm |

Gene therapy holds great promise in treating cancer and many other diseases. However, the development of a scalable system for delivering genes into cells efficiently and safely has been challenging. Now, two teams of researchers have developed a versatile nano-enabled platforms that could get therapeutic genes safely and efficiently in cancer cells. In one study, […]

Sleep loss linked to increase in Alzheimer’s plaques

5 December, 2018 – 4:34 am |

Chronic sleep deprivation in a murine model of Alzheimer’s disease causes Alzheimer’s brain plaques appear earlier and more often, researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis report online this week in Science Express. They also found that orexin, a protein that helps regulate the sleep cycle seems to be directly involved in […]

Fungus enhances susceptibility of resistant malaria mosquito to pesticides

1 December, 2018 – 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 […]

Piezoelectric Fingers Key in New Breast Cancer Detector

30 November, 2018 – 4:32 pm |

Researchers at Drexel University are developing a new portable, low-cost radiation detector free of breast cancer that could potentially be used in the doctor’s office as first-line breast cancer detection. Researchers at Drexel University are developing a new portable, low-cost radiation detector free of breast cancer that can be used in the doctor’s office as […]

Taming the digital data-sphere

28 October, 2018 – 4:35 pm |

European researchers are making an impressive effort to link digital repositories to create a vast network of searchable data online. DRIVER Project work – one of the largest efforts of its kind – aims to make sense and better use of the “digital world that is increasingly online, the” sphere of data. ” Europe has […]

New Nanochemistry Technique Encases Single Molecules in Microdroplets

23 October, 2018 – 4:32 am |

Water flows through a microfluidic channel, about 35 microns wide, and enters a narrowing which breaks into drops. By varying the width of the constriction of changes in the size of droplets and strands of water molecules with desired concentration just cause of the resulting droplets to collect individual molecules of interest of 99 percent […]

New findings could help hybrid, electric cars keep their cool

11 October, 2018 – 4:32 am |

Researchers have determined precisely how fluid boils in tiny “microchannels,” creating formulas and models that will help engineers design systems to cool high-power electronics in electric and hybrid cars, aircraft, computers, and other applications. Here, Purdue University doctoral student Tannaz Harirchian holds up special chips provided by Delphi Electronics and Safety that she and Professor […]

Space Elevator

5 July, 2018 – 4:32 am |

Researchers gathered at the Space Lift Meeting on Thu. announced that an elevator could make transport to space so much more cheap than it is now, that firms could build huge solar-power farms in space to provide energy for folks on Earth. That might eliminate the necessity to burn ordinary fuels and so reduce global […]

Protein Helps Maintain Brain

4 May, 2018 – 4:32 pm |

The instruction manual for maintaining a productive brain may shortly include a section on synaptotagmin-IV, a protein known to influence learning and memory, due to a study by College of Wisconsin-Madison researchers. The study showed clearly that Syt-IV keeps the power of synapses connections between nerve cells where communication happens inside a helpful range of […]

Fat and Diabetes

3 May, 2018 – 4:32 pm |

Too much junk food could put folk on a fast track to diabetes, a new study advises.  Only one month on a junk food diet was ample to alter the capability of fat cells to reply to insulin, analysts from Linkping College in Sweden reported online Apr thirty in Molecular Medication .  The incapacity to […]

World’s first nanofluidic device with complex 3-D surfaces

30 April, 2018 – 4:32 am |

Analysts at the Commerce Department’s State Institute of Standards and Technology and Cornell School have capitalized on a method for manufacturing integrated circuits at the nanometer level and used it to develop a strategy for engineering the very first nanoscale fluidic device with complicated three-dimensional surfaces. As explained in a paper published online today in […]

Software Sniffs out Criminals by Their Nose

14 September, 2017 – 4:34 pm |

Forget iris and fingerprint – scanning nose could be a faster and easier to verify the identity of a person, according to scientists at the University of Bath. With concerns about illegal immigration and identity theft, authorities are increasingly using the physical characteristics of an individual, known as biometrics, to confirm his identity. Unlike other […]

Reduced Salt in Food Could Save Lives and Money, Study Shows

12 September, 2017 – 4:33 pm |

A voluntary effort by the service of the U.S. food industry to reduce salt in processed food could have serious consequences for the health of the U.S. population, prevention of strokes and heart attacks in nearly a million Americans and saving 32.1 billion U.S. dollars in medical costs, according to a new study by researchers […]

Chinese children exposed to Melamine-Contaminated dairy products causing kidney damage

12 September, 2017 – 4:32 am |

Although most children who were affected by the toxin melamine contaminated products in China recovered renal anomalies remained in 12% of children affected, according to an article in the CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal) . In 2008, dairy-melamine-contaminated dairy company Sanlu was a major outbreak of severe kidney damage in Chinese children. Melamine, commonly used […]

Seasonal H1N1, Shows Signs of Resisting Tamiflu

10 September, 2017 – 4:32 pm |

If the behavior of how seasonal flu virus H1N1 is any indication, the scientists say chances are good that most strains of H1N1 influenza pandemic will be resistant to Tamiflu, the main drug storage to be used against them. Researchers at Ohio State University have traced the evolutionary history of seasonal influenza virus H1N1, which […]

Childhood obesity prevention needs to start earlier

9 September, 2017 – 4:33 pm |

Efforts to prevent childhood obesity must begin much earlier than currently thought – perhaps even before birth – especially for minority children, according to a new study that tracked 1826 women from pregnancy through their children the first five years of life. Most prevention programs for obesity – including national initiative launched recently by First […]

Extinction and Recovery 65 Million Years Ago

7 September, 2017 – 4:37 am |

An asteroid could not only explain the disappearance of the oceans and land life 65 million years, but towards the fireball and the resulting dust, darkness and toxic metal contamination can explain the geographic differences of extinction and recovery, according to Penn State geoscientist. “Our results shed light on the causes of extinction nanoplankton, how […]