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22-May-2024 12:05 PM EDT
Subtle cognitive decline precedes end to driving for older adults
Washington University in St. Louis

Even slight cognitive changes can affect an older person鈥檚 decision to stop driving, according to a new study by researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. The findings suggest that routine cognitive testing 鈥 in particular, the kind of screening designed to pick up the earliest, most subtle decline 鈥 could help older adults and their physicians make decisions about driving that maximizes safety while preserving independence as long as possible.

日本无码:Video Embedded wearable-ultrasound-patch-enables-continuous-non-invasive-monitoring-of-cerebral-blood-flow
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Released: 22-May-2024 2:05 PM EDT
Wearable ultrasound patch enables continuous, non-invasive monitoring of cerebral blood flow
University of California San Diego

Engineers at the University of California San Diego have developed a wearable ultrasound patch that can offer continuous, non-invasive monitoring of blood flow in the brain. The soft and stretchy patch can be comfortably worn on the temple to provide three-dimensional data on cerebral blood flow鈥攁 first in wearable technology.

   
Released: 22-May-2024 12:05 PM EDT
Wayne State University awarded $1.3 million from Department of Defense to fine-tune augmented reality exposure therapy for PTSD
Wayne State University Division of Research

A team of researchers from Wayne State University was awarded a $1.3 million, three-year grant from the U.S. Department of Defense to study 鈥淎dvanced wireless augmented reality-enhanced exposure therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder.鈥

日本无码: Could corrosion actually be helpful? New 3D printing technique might turn oxidation into an advantage
Released: 22-May-2024 9:05 AM EDT
Could corrosion actually be helpful? New 3D printing technique might turn oxidation into an advantage
Binghamton University, State University of New York

New research from Binghamton University, State University of New York could revolutionize 3D printing and how engineers think about oxidation.

Released: 21-May-2024 1:05 PM EDT
A New Way to Fight an Aggressive Cancer in Dogs
Tufts University

Bolstered by years of generative cancer work, researchers at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine are taking aim at hemangiosarcoma

日本无码: Blood, Sweat and Water: New Paper Analytical Devices Track Health and Environment
Released: 21-May-2024 11:05 AM EDT
Blood, Sweat and Water: New Paper Analytical Devices Track Health and Environment
Tufts University

The idea of simplifying healthcare technology is a shared vision among Tufts faculty, who have recently introduced paper-based tests for monitoring personal health and environmental safety that eliminate the need for expensive laboratory equipment, and can be conducted by anyone, anywhere

   
日本无码: Drug Helps Reprogram Macrophage Immune Cells, Suppress Prostate and Bladder Tumor Growth
Released: 21-May-2024 11:00 AM EDT
Drug Helps Reprogram Macrophage Immune Cells, Suppress Prostate and Bladder Tumor Growth
Johns Hopkins Medicine

A novel therapy that reprograms immune cells to promote antitumor activity helped shrink hard-to-treat prostate and bladder cancers in mice, according to research from the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center and its Bloomberg~Kimmel Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy and Johns Hopkins Drug Discovery.

日本无码: A New Gene-Editing System Tackles Complex Diseases
Released: 21-May-2024 11:00 AM EDT
A New Gene-Editing System Tackles Complex Diseases
University of California San Diego

Current methods to model or correct mutations in live cells are inefficient, especially when multiplexing 鈥 installing multiple point mutations simultaneously across the genome. Researchers from the UC San Diego have developed new, efficient genome editing tools called multiplexed orthogonal base editors (MOBEs) to install multiple point mutations at once.

16-May-2024 3:00 PM EDT
AI Can Help Improve ER Admission Decisions, Mount Sinai Study Finds
Mount Sinai Health System

Generative artificial intelligence (AI), such as GPT-4, can help predict whether an emergency room patient needs to be admitted to the hospital even with only minimal training on a limited number of records, according to investigators at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.

15-May-2024 2:00 PM EDT
Gut bacteria boost immune response to fight tumors
Washington University in St. Louis

Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have found that a strain of gut bacteria can boost immune responses and enhance cancer immunotherapy to fight sarcoma tumors in mice. Shown is a rendering of microbes in the intestine.

日本无码: Repeat COVID-19 vaccinations elicit antibodies that neutralize variants, other viruses
Released: 17-May-2024 1:05 PM EDT
Repeat COVID-19 vaccinations elicit antibodies that neutralize variants, other viruses
Washington University in St. Louis

A study by researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis has found that repeat vaccination with updated versions of the COVID-19 vaccine promotes the development of antibodies that neutralize a wide range of variants of the virus that causes COVID-19, as well as related coronaviruses.

日本无码: Sweet Taste Receptor Affects How Glucose is Handled Metabolically by Humans
Released: 17-May-2024 1:05 PM EDT
Sweet Taste Receptor Affects How Glucose is Handled Metabolically by Humans
Monell Chemical Senses Center

The sweet taste receptor, expressed in taste bud cells, conveys sweetness from the mouth when it is activated. Monell researchers delved into how the sweet-taste receptor might be the first stop in a metabolic surveillance system for sugar. They team found that stimulation and inhibition of the receptor demonstrates that it helps regulate glucose metabolism in humans and may have implications for managing such metabolic disorders as diabetes.

Released: 16-May-2024 3:05 PM EDT
Offering Both Colonoscopy and At-Home Tests Doubled Colorectal Cancer Screening
Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

In a trial analyzing how messages were framed in an underserved population, offering colorectal cancer screening options resulted in the highest screening rate

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: Using AI to repurpose routine CT scans
Released: 14-May-2024 2:05 PM EDT
Using AI to repurpose routine CT scans
National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering

A collaborative NIH-funded team is using AI to mine common chest CT scans to predict mortality. Their research identified a collection of cardiac factors that were predictive of death in a large group of patients, potentially setting the stage for improved cardiac screening.

   
Released: 14-May-2024 9:00 AM EDT
鈥楳USIC map鈥 reveals some brain cells age faster and are more prevalent in Alzheimer鈥檚
University of California San Diego

Engineers at the University of California San Diego have discovered that some brain cells age more rapidly than others, and they are disproportionately abundant in individuals afflicted with Alzheimer鈥檚 disease. Additionally, researchers observed sex-specific differences in the aging process of certain brain cells, with the female cortex exhibiting a higher ratio of 鈥渙ld鈥 oligodendrocytes to 鈥渙ld鈥 neurons compared to the male cortex.

   
日本无码: Using artificial intelligence to speed up and improve the most computationally-intensive aspects of plasma physics in fusion
Released: 14-May-2024 8:00 AM EDT
Using artificial intelligence to speed up and improve the most computationally-intensive aspects of plasma physics in fusion
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory

Researchers at the Department of Energy鈥檚 (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) are using artificial intelligence to perfect the design of the vessels surrounding the super-hot plasma, optimize heating methods and maintain stable control of the reaction for increasingly long periods.

Released: 13-May-2024 10:00 AM EDT
Plant virus treatment shows promise in fighting metastatic cancers in mice
University of California San Diego

An experimental treatment made from a plant virus is effective at protecting against a broad range of metastatic cancers in mice, shows a new study from the University of California San Diego.

   
日本无码: Autism鈥檚 Missing Microbes May Influence Social Behavior by Protecting the Gut
Released: 13-May-2024 8:00 AM EDT
Autism鈥檚 Missing Microbes May Influence Social Behavior by Protecting the Gut
University of Utah Health

For people with autism, constipation, diarrhea, and abdominal pain often go along with the social struggles and repetitive behaviors that define the condition. This has prompted many to wonder whether gastrointestinal (GI) problems arise due to autism鈥檚 behavioral or sensory features, or whether they might instead contribute to them.

日本无码: Unobtrusive, implantable device could deepen our understanding of behavioral responses
Released: 10-May-2024 2:05 PM EDT
Unobtrusive, implantable device could deepen our understanding of behavioral responses
National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering

Measuring heart rate or body temperature may sound easy, but retrieving the data from small animals with bulky traditional tech is difficult, especially during behavioral tests, which are critical for understanding brain disorders. Thanks to a recent study, the animal data is now in reach.

日本无码: Revolutionizing Nurse Work Environment Research
Released: 9-May-2024 3:05 PM EDT
Revolutionizing Nurse Work Environment Research
University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing

New research from Penn Nursing鈥檚 Center for Health Outcomes and Policy Research (CHOPR) 鈥 recently published online in the journal Research in Nursing & Health 鈥 has successfully validated a new, streamlined version of the Practice Environment Scale of the Nursing Work Index (PES-NWI), originally authored in 2002 by Eileen T. Lake, PhD, RN, FAAN, Professor of Nursing, the Edith Clemmer Steinbright Professor in Gerontology, and Associate Director of CHOPR, who is also lead author on this publication.

Released: 7-May-2024 4:05 PM EDT
New study aims to combat sight damage from diabetes
Wayne State University Division of Research

Fu-Shin Yu, Ph.D., professor of ophthalmology, visual and anatomical sciences in the Wayne State University School of Medicine, received an award from the National Eye Institute of the National Institutes of Health for his study aiming to reverse the adverse effects of diabetes on eyesight.

日本无码: Researchers Find Key Signal Regulating Earliest Stages of Mammalian Development
Released: 7-May-2024 12:05 PM EDT
Researchers Find Key Signal Regulating Earliest Stages of Mammalian Development
University of Utah Health

The discovery opens doors to better stem cell therapies.

日本无码: Researchers win AI grant to develop tool to help farmers identify pests, protect crops
Released: 6-May-2024 1:05 PM EDT
Researchers win AI grant to develop tool to help farmers identify pests, protect crops
Iowa State University

A team led by Iowa State researchers is one of the first recipients of advanced computing support from the new National Artificial Intelligence Research Resource Pilot. The team will use one million "node hours" on a supercomputer to develop large, vision-based artificial intelligence tools to identify agricultural pests.

Released: 6-May-2024 12:05 PM EDT
Using Advanced Genetic Techniques, Scientists Create Mice With Traits of Tourette Disorder
Rutgers University-New Brunswick

In research that may be a step forward toward finding personalized treatments for Tourette disorder, scientists at Rutgers University鈥揘ew Brunswick have bred mice that exhibit some of the same behaviors and brain abnormalities seen in humans with the disorder. As reported in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the researchers, using a technique known as CRISPR/Cas9 DNA editing, inserted the same genetic mutations found in humans with Tourette disorder into the corresponding genes in mouse embryos.

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日本无码: Nanotubes, nanoparticles, and antibodies detect tiny amounts of fentanyl
Released: 2-May-2024 3:05 PM EDT
Nanotubes, nanoparticles, and antibodies detect tiny amounts of fentanyl
University of Pittsburgh

Using his platform composed of carbon nanotubes and gold nanoparticles, Professor Alexander Star added antibodies to detect the opioid. His sensor can also distinguish fentanyl from several other common opioids.

1-May-2024 1:05 PM EDT
Women Need Better Treatments for Bacterial Vaginosis
University of Maryland School of Medicine

Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) affects about one-quarter of reproductive-age women and is linked to adverse health outcomes, such as increased HIV risk. Yet for decades, BV treatment in the United States has largely relied on antibiotics, and BV recurrence is common following antibiotic therapy.

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.

29-Apr-2024 11:05 AM EDT
Study: Hillocks challenge our understanding of lung biology
Tufts University

A research team from Tufts University School of Medicine and Massachusetts General Hospital is now reporting evidence that hillocks and their stem cells are physiologically distinct from other cells within the lung and consist of a stratified outer layer of scale-like squamous cells that protect an underlying layer of rapidly expanding basal stem cells that are capable of restoring airway tissue after injury.

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: Activity in a Room Stirs up Nanoparticles Left Over From Consumer Sprays 聽
Released: 30-Apr-2024 1:05 PM EDT
Activity in a Room Stirs up Nanoparticles Left Over From Consumer Sprays 聽
Rutgers University-New Brunswick

Common household products containing nanoparticles 鈥 grains of engineered material so miniscule they are invisible to the eye 鈥 could be contributing to a new form of indoor air pollution, according to a Rutgers study. In a study published in the journal Science of the Total Environment, a team of Rutgers researchers found people walking through a space, where a consumer product containing nanoparticles was recently sprayed, stirred residual specks off carpet fibers and floor surfaces, projecting them some three to five feet in the air.

日本无码: Biodegradable 鈥榣iving plastic鈥 houses bacterial spores that help it break down
29-Apr-2024 6:05 PM EDT
Biodegradable 鈥榣iving plastic鈥 houses bacterial spores that help it break down
University of California San Diego

A new type of bioplastic could help reduce the plastic industry鈥檚 environmental footprint. Researchers have developed a biodegradable form of thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) filled with bacterial spores that, when exposed to nutrients present in compost, germinate and break down the material at the end of its life cycle.

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日本无码: Researchers reveal how protein modifications power T cells
Released: 29-Apr-2024 1:05 PM EDT
Researchers reveal how protein modifications power T cells
La Jolla Institute for Immunology

This method is a major leap forward for scientists investigating how proteins do their jobs in the immune system. 鈥淭his method basically creates an entire new kind of world of experiments that people can do..."

日本无码: Experimental Type 1 Diabetes Drug Shelters Pancreas Cells From Immune System Attack
Released: 29-Apr-2024 10:00 AM EDT
Experimental Type 1 Diabetes Drug Shelters Pancreas Cells From Immune System Attack
Johns Hopkins Medicine

Scientists at Johns Hopkins Medicine say that an experimental monoclonal antibody drug called mAb43 appears to prevent and reverse the onset of clinical type 1 diabetes in mice, and in some cases, to lengthen the animals鈥 lifespan.

日本无码: After 25 Years, Researchers Uncover Genetic Cause of Rare Neurological Disease
25-Apr-2024 5:00 AM EDT
After 25 Years, Researchers Uncover Genetic Cause of Rare Neurological Disease
University of Utah Health

Spinocerebellar ataxia 4 is a devastating progressive movement disorder. A multinational study has now conclusively identified the genetic difference that causes the disease, bringing answers to families and opening the door to future treatments.

日本无码: Probing the effects of interplanetary space on asteroid Ryugu
25-Apr-2024 8:05 PM EDT
Probing the effects of interplanetary space on asteroid Ryugu
Hokkaido University

Samples reveal evidence of changes experienced by the surface of asteroid Ryugu, some probably due to micrometeoroid bombardment.

日本无码: Automated machine learning robot unlocks new potential for genetics research
Released: 26-Apr-2024 7:00 AM EDT
Automated machine learning robot unlocks new potential for genetics research
University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering

University of Minnesota Twin Cities researchers have constructed a robot that uses machine learning to fully automate a complicated microinjection process used in genetic research.

日本无码: Researchers advance detection of gravitational waves to study collisions of neutron stars and black holes
Released: 26-Apr-2024 7:00 AM EDT
Researchers advance detection of gravitational waves to study collisions of neutron stars and black holes
University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering

Researchers at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities College of Science and Engineering co-led a new study by an international team that will improve the detection of gravitational waves鈥攔ipples in space and time.

23-Apr-2024 7:05 AM EDT
It鈥檚 easier now to treat opioid addiction with medication -- but use has changed little
Michigan Medicine - University of Michigan

In the first year after the sudden removal of a requirement that prescribers get special permission to prescribe medication for opioid addiction, a study finds more prescribers started providing it, but the number of patients receiving it didn't rise very much.

Released: 24-Apr-2024 11:05 AM EDT
When Studies Conflict: Building a Decision Support System for Clinicians
Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

When one study says a treatment works, but another says it doesn鈥檛 (or worse), how are clinicians supposed to determine what they should do? A Penn Medicine team recently received funding from PCORI to build a guide system for these situations

日本无码: Modeling broader effects of wildfires in Siberia
18-Apr-2024 9:00 PM EDT
Modeling broader effects of wildfires in Siberia
Hokkaido University

As wildfires in Siberia become more common, global climate modeling estimates significant impacts on climate, air quality, health, and economies in East Asia and across the northern hemisphere.

Released: 23-Apr-2024 4:05 PM EDT
New study points to racial and social barriers that block treatment for multiple myeloma
UC Davis Health

Socioeconomic factors are preventing some patients from accessing common treatment to stop progression of multiple myeloma.

Released: 23-Apr-2024 12:05 PM EDT
Q&A: UW research shows neural connection between learning a second language and learning to code
University of Washington

New research from the University of Washington shows the brain鈥檚 response to viewing errors in both the syntax (form) and semantics (meaning) of code appeared identical to those that occur when fluent readers process sentences on a word-by-word basis, supporting a resemblance between how people learn computer and natural languages.

日本无码: New cybersecurity center to protect grids integrated with renewables, microgrids
Released: 23-Apr-2024 10:05 AM EDT
New cybersecurity center to protect grids integrated with renewables, microgrids
Iowa State University

The U.S. Department of Energy is awarding researchers a $2.5 million grant to establish a cybersecurity center based at Iowa State University. The center will develop technology to protect power grids from cyberattacks and strengthen the grid industry's security workforce.

Released: 22-Apr-2024 1:05 PM EDT
New study confirms community pharmacies can help people quit smoking
UC Davis Health

New study by UC Davis researchers shows how pharmacies may provide crucial access to tobacco cessation tools that help people successfully quit smoking.

日本无码: Surf Clams Off the Coast of Virginia Reappear 鈥 and Rebound
Released: 19-Apr-2024 4:05 PM EDT
Surf Clams Off the Coast of Virginia Reappear 鈥 and Rebound
Rutgers University-New Brunswick

The Atlantic surfclam, an economically valuable species that is the main ingredient in clam chowder and fried clam strips, has returned to Virginia waters in a big way, reversing a die-off that started more than two decades ago.

日本无码: Wayne State researcher aims to improve coding peer review practices
Released: 19-Apr-2024 1:05 PM EDT
Wayne State researcher aims to improve coding peer review practices
Wayne State University Division of Research

Amiangshu Bosu, Ph.D., assistant professor of computer science in the College of Engineering at Wayne State University, received a CAREER award from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to formulate better practices involving peer code review.



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