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日本无码: New research sheds light on RNA鈥檚 role in disease
Released: 22-May-2024 3:05 PM EDT
New research sheds light on RNA鈥檚 role in disease
Cornell College

Many scientists study the proteins in our cells in order to fight diseases like cancer, but Cornell College Assistant Biochemistry Professor Collin O鈥橪eary and a team of researchers are turning their focus to the structure of RNA.

   
日本无码: Promethium bound: Rare earth element鈥檚 secrets exposed
21-May-2024 11:00 AM EDT
Promethium bound: Rare earth element鈥檚 secrets exposed
Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Scientists have uncovered the properties of a rare earth element that was first discovered 80 years ago at the very same laboratory, opening a new pathway for the exploration of elements critical in modern technology, from medicine to space travel.

日本无码: Flexible film senses nearby movements 鈥 featured in blink-tracking glasses
17-May-2024 8:00 AM EDT
Flexible film senses nearby movements 鈥 featured in blink-tracking glasses
American Chemical Society (ACS)

Researchers reporting in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces have designed a soft, flexible film that senses the presence of nearby objects without physically touching them. The study features the new sensor technology to detect eyelash proximity in blink-tracking glasses.

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Released: 21-May-2024 2:05 PM EDT
Nobel Laureate Sir David Macmillan, Ph.D. 鈥96, to Receive Extraordinarius Award
University of California, Irvine

The University of California, Irvine Alumni Association will bestow its highest honor, the Extraordinarius award, on Sir David MacMillan, Ph.D. 鈥96, at the 2024 Lauds & Laurels ceremony on Oct. 10. This event will recognize MacMillan and 21 other highly accomplished Anteaters for their significant contributions to the university and the broader community.

日本无码: Tracking Down Toxic Metals From Tobacco Smoke
Released: 21-May-2024 11:00 AM EDT
Tracking Down Toxic Metals From Tobacco Smoke
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Homes and public places where people smoke may have high levels of harmful trace metals from cigarettes, even after smoking stops, Berkeley Lab researchers have found. These metals include cadmium, arsenic, and chromium, and the levels may be above safety limits set by California.

日本无码: New Senior Fellow Prof. Marc Fontecave joins HKIAS
Released: 20-May-2024 10:05 PM EDT
New Senior Fellow Prof. Marc Fontecave joins HKIAS
Hong Kong Institute for Advanced Study, City University of Hong Kong

We are pleased to announce that Prof. Marc Fontecave, a world-renowned chemist, has been appointed as the Senior Fellow of the Hong Kong Institute for Advanced Study (HKIAS), City University of Hong Kong.

日本无码: Strong-field photoelectron holography in the subcycle limit
Released: 20-May-2024 9:00 AM EDT
Strong-field photoelectron holography in the subcycle limit
Chinese Academy of Sciences

Utilizing a near-single-cycle strong laser field, inter-cycle interference between photoelectron trajectories is mitigated in photoelectron holography, clearly unveiling two unique electron-holography patterns: fishbone-like and spider-leg-like.

日本无码: Ion swap dramatically improves performance of CO2-defeating catalyst
Released: 16-May-2024 3:50 PM EDT
Ion swap dramatically improves performance of CO2-defeating catalyst
Oak Ridge National Laboratory

A team of scientists led by the Department of Energy鈥檚 Oak Ridge National Laboratory found an unconventional way to improve catalysts made of more than one material. The solution demonstrates a path to designing catalysts with greater activity, selectivity and stability.

日本无码: Breaking bonds to form bonds: Rethinking the Chemistry of Cations
14-May-2024 3:05 PM EDT
Breaking bonds to form bonds: Rethinking the Chemistry of Cations
University of Vienna

A team of chemists from the University of Vienna, led by Nuno Maulide, has achieved a significant breakthrough in the field of chemical synthesis, developing a novel method for manipulating carbon-hydrogen bonds. This groundbreaking discovery provides new insights into the molecular interactions of positively charged carbon atoms.

Released: 15-May-2024 2:05 PM EDT
Scientists want to know how the smells of nature benefit our health
University of Washington

Spending time in nature is good for us. And knowing more about nature鈥檚 effects on our bodies could not only help our well-being, but could also improve how we care for land, preserve ecosystems and design cities. A team of scientists is calling for more research into how odors and scents from natural settings impact our health and well-being.

   
Released: 15-May-2024 11:05 AM EDT
WashU researchers will explore stratospheric aerosol injection with a $1.5 million grant from the Simons Foundation
Washington University in St. Louis

Scientists at the McKelvey School of Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis will explore stratospheric aerosol injection with a $1.5 million grant from the Simons Foundation International.

日本无码: Bridging the gap: From frequent molecular changes to observable phenomena
Released: 15-May-2024 1:00 AM EDT
Bridging the gap: From frequent molecular changes to observable phenomena
Hokkaido University

New research employs shutter speed analogies to validate 55-year-old theory about chemical reaction rates.

日本无码: UAlbany Scientists Receive Funding to Develop Color-Changing Salmonella Detection Kit
Released: 13-May-2024 1:00 PM EDT
UAlbany Scientists Receive Funding to Develop Color-Changing Salmonella Detection Kit
University at Albany, State University of New York

University at Albany researchers have been awarded $611,000 from the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture to develop a new, fast-acting tool for Salmonella detection. Similar to the test strips used to measure pH or detect COVID-19, it will display results on a color-changing panel 鈥 purple if positive, red if negative. If successful, the test will reduce the time it takes to detect salmonella in food from days to hours, making it possible to quickly implement preemptive measures to prevent human illness and lost revenue.

   
日本无码: Agreement Signing on Authorization of Rights under Petty Patent regarding 鈥淢ethods to Prepare Extracts with Antioxidants and Pectin from Unripe Durians鈥
Released: 13-May-2024 8:55 AM EDT
Agreement Signing on Authorization of Rights under Petty Patent regarding 鈥淢ethods to Prepare Extracts with Antioxidants and Pectin from Unripe Durians鈥
Chulalongkorn University

Prof. Dr. Kaywalee Chatdarong, Vice President for Strategic Planning, Innovation and Global Engagement, Chulalongkorn University, and Ms. Kedtida Cheevarungnapakul, CEO of Innophytotech Co., Ltd., signed an agreement authorizing Innophytotech Co., Ltd. to exercise the rights under the petty patent regarding 鈥淭he methods to prepare extracts with antioxidants and pectin from unripe durians鈥 owned by Chulalongkorn University.

Released: 8-May-2024 2:05 PM EDT
Argonne to launch new project to decarbonize iron production
Argonne National Laboratory

Argonne National Laboratory will be receiving $3 million over three years to lead a project on developing a technology for ironmaking with zero carbon emissions and lower required energy.

日本无码: For Sustainable Aviation Fuel, Researchers Engineer a Promising Microorganism for Precursor Production
Released: 8-May-2024 2:05 PM EDT
For Sustainable Aviation Fuel, Researchers Engineer a Promising Microorganism for Precursor Production
Department of Energy, Office of Science

Researchers used advanced computing techniques to engineer the bacteria Pseudomonas putida to optimize its production of isoprenol using carbon from plant material. Isoprenol has a potential role in the production of jet biofuel blendstocks.

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3-May-2024 8:00 AM EDT
Swarms of miniature robots clean up microplastics and microbes, simultaneously (video)
American Chemical Society (ACS)

In a study in ACS Nano, researchers describe swarms of microscale robots (microrobots) that captured bits of plastic and bacteria from water. Afterward, the bots were decontaminated and reused.

   
日本无码: Two Brookhaven Lab Scientists Named AAAS Fellows
Released: 7-May-2024 1:05 PM EDT
Two Brookhaven Lab Scientists Named AAAS Fellows
Brookhaven National Laboratory

UPTON, N.Y. 鈥 The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) has recognized two staff scientists from the U.S. Department of Energy鈥檚 (DOE) Brookhaven National Laboratory with the distinction of Fellow: Deputy Associate Laboratory Director for High Energy Physics Dmitri Denisov and Senior Chemist Anatoly Frenkel.

Released: 7-May-2024 11:05 AM EDT
Renowned biochemist Hening Lin to join UChicago faculty
University of Chicago Medical Center

Lin, an HHMI Investigator, will have appointments in both the Department of Medicine and the Department of Chemistry.

Released: 6-May-2024 2:05 PM EDT
UC Irvine-led research team discovers new property of light
University of California, Irvine

Irvine, Calif., May 6, 2024 鈥 A research team headed by chemists at the University of California, Irvine has discovered a previously unknown way in which light interacts with matter, a finding that could lead to improved solar power systems, light-emitting diodes, semiconductor lasers and other technological advancements.

日本无码: Simulated Chemistry: New AI Platform Designs Tomorrow鈥檚 Cancer Drugs
1-May-2024 10:05 AM EDT
Simulated Chemistry: New AI Platform Designs Tomorrow鈥檚 Cancer Drugs
University of California San Diego

Researchers from University of California San Diego have developed a new AI tool to that generate new drug candidates for cancer, which could help streamline the typically laborious drug discovery process.

Released: 2-May-2024 10:45 AM EDT
A deep dive into plutonium chemistry
Argonne National Laboratory

Argonne researchers seek to expedite the cleanup of the Hanford site by influencing the chemical properties of plutonium particles in 54 million gallons of waste.

日本无码: Cost-effective, high-capacity, and cyclable lithium-ion battery cathodes
Released: 1-May-2024 10:30 PM EDT
Cost-effective, high-capacity, and cyclable lithium-ion battery cathodes
Hokkaido University

Charge-recharge cycling of lithium-superrich iron oxide, a cost-effective and high-capacity cathode for new-generation lithium-ion batteries, can be greatly improved by doping with readily available mineral elements.

日本无码: Researchers offer US roadmap to close the carbon cycle
Released: 1-May-2024 3:05 PM EDT
Researchers offer US roadmap to close the carbon cycle
Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Scientists at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and six other Department of Energy national laboratories have developed a United States-based perspective for achieving net-zero carbon emissions. The roadmap was recently published in the journal Nature Reviews Chemistry.

日本无码: Roadmap to Close the Carbon Cycle
Released: 1-May-2024 11:05 AM EDT
Roadmap to Close the Carbon Cycle
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Reaching net-zero carbon emissions goals requires finding transformative paths to manage carbon in difficult-to-electrify economic sectors.

日本无码: Marriage of synthetic biology and 3D printing produces programmable living materials
26-Apr-2024 8:00 AM EDT
Marriage of synthetic biology and 3D printing produces programmable living materials
American Chemical Society (ACS)

Researchers report in ACS Central Science that they have 3D printed a bioink containing plant cells that were then genetically modified, producing programmable materials. Applications could someday include biomanufacturing and sustainable construction.

日本无码: Researchers create new chemical compound to solve 120-year-old problem
Released: 1-May-2024 7:00 AM EDT
Researchers create new chemical compound to solve 120-year-old problem
University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering

For the first time, chemists in the University of Minnesota Twin Cities College of Science and Engineering have created a highly reactive chemical compound that has eluded scientists for more than 120 years. The discovery could lead to new drug treatments, safer agricultural products, and better electronics.

日本无码: Critical Minerals Recovery from Electronic Waste
Released: 23-Apr-2024 5:05 PM EDT
Critical Minerals Recovery from Electronic Waste
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

A nontoxic separation process recovers critical minerals from electronic scrap waste.

Released: 23-Apr-2024 1:05 PM EDT
DOE鈥檚 Office of Science Graduate Student Research Program Selects 86 Outstanding U.S. Graduate Students
Department of Energy, Office of Science

The Department of Energy鈥檚 (DOE鈥檚) Office of Science has selected 86 graduate students representing 31 states and Puerto Rico for the Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) program鈥檚 2023 Solicitation 2 cycle.

Released: 23-Apr-2024 1:05 PM EDT
Wilkes Center at University of Utah announces 7 finalists for the $500,000 Climate Solutions Launch Prize
University of Utah

The Wilkes Climate Launch Prize is one of the largest university-affiliate climate awards in the world and is geared to spur innovation and breakthroughs. The prize is specifically calibrated to support unconventional or first-of-a-kind projects that often have difficulty getting funding.

日本无码: Two U Professors Selected as AAAS Fellows
12-Apr-2024 1:05 PM EDT
Two U Professors Selected as AAAS Fellows
University of Utah Health

Medicinal chemist Amy Barrios and developmental biologist H. Joseph Yost earned this lifetime honor for their excellence in research and commitment to mentoring.

日本无码: Two Argonne scientists recognized for achievements in their fields
18-Apr-2024 9:05 AM EDT
Two Argonne scientists recognized for achievements in their fields
Argonne National Laboratory

Argonne scientist Massimiliano Delferro and scientist emeritus Arthur Schultz elected as American Association for the Advancement of Science Fellows for their pioneering work in conversion of single-use plastics and neutron diffraction science, respectively.

日本无码: Study finds iron-rich enamel protects, but doesn鈥檛 color, rodents鈥 orange-brown incisors
12-Apr-2024 8:00 AM EDT
Study finds iron-rich enamel protects, but doesn鈥檛 color, rodents鈥 orange-brown incisors
American Chemical Society (ACS)

Microscopic studies of rodent incisors revealed nano-sized pockets of iron-rich material that form a protective shield, a finding that could improve human dentistry, say researchers in ACS Nano.

日本无码: Cell Biology: Molecular Code Stimulates Pioneer Cells to Build Blood Vessels in the Body
Released: 17-Apr-2024 7:05 AM EDT
Cell Biology: Molecular Code Stimulates Pioneer Cells to Build Blood Vessels in the Body
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

Cardiovascular diseases, including stroke and myocardial infarction, are the world's leading causes of mortality, accounting for over 18 million deaths a year. A team of KIT researchers has now identified a new cell type in blood vessels responsible for vascular growth.

   
日本无码: Chemists invent a more efficient way to extract lithium from mining sites, oil fields, used batteries
Released: 16-Apr-2024 10:05 AM EDT
Chemists invent a more efficient way to extract lithium from mining sites, oil fields, used batteries
Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Oak Ridge National Laboratory chemists invented a more efficient way to extract lithium from waste liquids leached from mining sites, oil fields and used batteries. They demonstrated that a common mineral can adsorb at least five times more lithium than can be collected using previously developed adsorbent materials.

日本无码: Energy Storage Systems: 100 Times Better Heat Transfer Thanks to the Use of Liquid Metal
Released: 16-Apr-2024 4:05 AM EDT
Energy Storage Systems: 100 Times Better Heat Transfer Thanks to the Use of Liquid Metal
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

The industrial production of steel, concrete, or glass requires more than 20 percent of Germany鈥檚 total energy consumption. Up to now, 90 percent of the fuels used for these processes have been of fossil nature.

日本无码: Waterproof 鈥榚-glove鈥 could help scuba divers communicate
5-Apr-2024 8:00 AM EDT
Waterproof 鈥榚-glove鈥 could help scuba divers communicate
American Chemical Society (ACS)

Researchers reporting in ACS Nano have constructed a waterproof 鈥渆-glove鈥 that wirelessly transmits hand gestures made underwater to a computer that translates them into messages. The new technology could someday help divers communicate better with each other and with boat crews on the surface.

日本无码: Unraveling the mystery of misfolded proteins in the brain
Released: 9-Apr-2024 11:05 AM EDT
Unraveling the mystery of misfolded proteins in the brain
UT Southwestern Medical Center

Proteins known as oligomeric chaperones help suppress the formation of misshaped proteins that cause a variety of degenerative and neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer鈥檚, Huntington鈥檚, and Parkinson鈥檚. In a new study, UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers identified a key feature necessary for one of these oligomeric chaperones, known as DNAJB8, to assemble from disparate parts and showed that the parts alone can reshape misfolded proteins. The findings, published in Structure, could lead to better ways to diagnose and treat these conditions.

日本无码: Finding New Chemistry to Capture Double the Carbon
Released: 8-Apr-2024 3:05 PM EDT
Finding New Chemistry to Capture Double the Carbon
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

A new look at a carbon capture solvent shows clusters and new types of carbon dioxide chemistry that could double carbon conversion.

日本无码: How Scientists Are Accelerating Chemistry Discoveries With Automation
Released: 8-Apr-2024 11:00 AM EDT
How Scientists Are Accelerating Chemistry Discoveries With Automation
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Researchers have developed an automated workflow that could accelerate the discovery of new pharmaceutical drugs and other useful products. The new approach could enable real-time reaction analysis and identify new chemical-reaction products much faster than current laboratory methods.

日本无码: First-of-its-kind integrated dataset enables genes-to-ecosystems research
Released: 8-Apr-2024 10:05 AM EDT
First-of-its-kind integrated dataset enables genes-to-ecosystems research
Oak Ridge National Laboratory

A first-ever dataset bridging molecular information about the poplar tree microbiome to ecosystem-level processes has been released by a team of Department of Energy scientists led by Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

日本无码: UC Irvine-led research team builds first tandem repeat expansions genetic reference maps
Released: 8-Apr-2024 6:05 AM EDT
UC Irvine-led research team builds first tandem repeat expansions genetic reference maps
University of California, Irvine

A research team led by the University of California, Irvine has built the first genetic reference maps for short lengths of DNA repeated multiple times which are known to cause more than 50 lethal human diseases, including amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Huntington鈥檚 disease and multiple cancers.

日本无码: Computational Chemistry Needs To Be Sustainable, Too
Released: 3-Apr-2024 4:05 PM EDT
Computational Chemistry Needs To Be Sustainable, Too
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

As new paradigms in advanced computing take shape, computational chemistry researchers are finding new ways to solve challenging chemistry problems.

日本无码: Chris Anderson combining materials science, physics and electrical engineering to advance quantum technologies
Released: 3-Apr-2024 4:05 PM EDT
Chris Anderson combining materials science, physics and electrical engineering to advance quantum technologies
University Of Illinois Grainger College Of Engineering

Chris Anderson is the newest addition to the Materials Research Laboratory (MRL) faculty, and he is ready to make a quantum leap into the world of materials science.

日本无码: 鈥淭ug of War鈥 Tactic Enhances Chemical Separations for Critical Materials
Released: 3-Apr-2024 3:05 PM EDT
鈥淭ug of War鈥 Tactic Enhances Chemical Separations for Critical Materials
Department of Energy, Office of Science

Lanthanide elements are important for clean energy and other applications. To use them, industry must separate mixed lanthanide sources into individual elements using costly, time-consuming, and waste-generating procedures. An efficient new method can be tailored to select specific lanthanides.

29-Mar-2024 10:00 AM EDT
Water-based paints: Less stinky, but some still contain potentially hazardous chemicals
American Chemical Society (ACS)

Choosing paint for your home brings a lot of options: What kind of paint, what type of finish and what color? Water-based paints have emerged as 鈥済reener鈥 and less smelly than solvent-based options. And they are often advertised as containing little-to-no volatile organic compounds (VOCs).

日本无码: A simple way to harvest more 鈥榖lue energy鈥 from waves
29-Mar-2024 8:00 AM EDT
A simple way to harvest more 鈥榖lue energy鈥 from waves
American Chemical Society (ACS)

Researchers report in ACS Energy Letters that repositioning the electrode in a 鈥渂lue energy鈥 harvesting device 鈥 from the center of a see-sawing liquid-filled tube to the end where the water crashes with the most force 鈥 dramatically increased the amount of wave energy that could be harvested.

日本无码: Stellar Explosions and Cosmic Chemistry
Released: 1-Apr-2024 2:05 PM EDT
Stellar Explosions and Cosmic Chemistry
National Radio Astronomy Observatory

Astronomers have discovered the secrets of a starburst galaxy producing new stars at a rate much faster than our Milk Way. This research revealed many different molecules, more than ever seen before in a galaxy like this.



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