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Released: 23-May-2024 2:00 PM EDT
Sequencing of the developing human brain uncovers hundreds of thousands of new gene transcripts
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Health Sciences

Using new sequencing technologies, UCLA and University of Pennsylvania researchers uncovered 214,516 unique isoforms in the developing neocortex 鈥 over 70% of which have not been previously studied.

日本无码: Galaxies Actively Forming in Early Universe Caught Feeding on Cold Gas
23-May-2024 1:55 PM EDT
Galaxies Actively Forming in Early Universe Caught Feeding on Cold Gas
Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI)

A team in Denmark examining archival data from the James Webb Space Telescope recently found a trio of distant galaxies that are in the process of gathering gas when the universe was only a few hundred million years old. Their detection and characterization are remarkable achievements that only Webb is currently capable of, thanks to its specialization in infrared light.

Release date: 23-May-2024 1:05 PM EDT
Stress bragging may make you seem less competent, less likable at work
University of Georgia

While work is occasionally stressful for everyone,聽some people wear stress as a badge of honor. They鈥檙e聽taking one for the team聽and聽want to tell you all about it. New research from the University of Georgia Terry College of Business found people who brag about their stress聽levels are seen聽as less competent and less likable by their co-workers.

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Release date: 23-May-2024 12:05 PM EDT
Scientists Are Using Drones to Find Missing WWII Servicemen
Binghamton University, State University of New York

Binghamton University Anthropology Professor Carl Lipo and Associate Professor of Geography Thomas Pingel are using the same technology used to locate Maya ruins amid the jungles of Guatemala to recreate the scene of the 1944 Battle of Guam in intricate detail, potentially leading to the recovery of missing servicemen. The project is being done in collaboration with the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) and the International Archaeological Research Institute.

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Release date: 23-May-2024 11:55 AM EDT
AI poised to usher in new level of concierge services to the public
Ohio State University

Concierge services built on artificial intelligence have the potential to improve how hotels and other service businesses interact with customers, a new paper suggests.

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Released: 23-May-2024 10:05 AM EDT
Help stop the invasive spotted lanternfly
Virginia Tech

It鈥檚 visually striking. When fully grown, open wings display showy hind wings with bright red near the abdomen, black spots, and black-and-white bars. But the spotted lanternfly, an invasive insect that came to the United States from its native habitat of Southeast Asia in 2014, is destructive. Despite its name, though, the spotted lanternfly is not a fly.

Released: 23-May-2024 9:05 AM EDT
Ohalo鈩 Announces the Discovery of Boosted Breeding鈩
Ohalo Genetics, Inc

Ohalo鈩 announced today the discovery of Boosted Breeding鈩, an entirely new plant breeding technology that will revolutionize agriculture and sustainably improve crop productivity.

日本无码: Wayne State faculty member named president of the International Association for Great Lakes Research
Released: 23-May-2024 9:05 AM EDT
Wayne State faculty member named president of the International Association for Great Lakes Research
Wayne State University Division of Research

The International Association for Great Lakes Research today announced its new board of directors and has named Donna Kashian, Ph.D., professor of biological sciences and director of environmental sciences in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Wayne State University, as president. Kashian previously served as vice president of the board.

日本无码: Nanoparticle Vaccines: A Leap Forward in Veterinary Medicine
Released: 23-May-2024 9:05 AM EDT
Nanoparticle Vaccines: A Leap Forward in Veterinary Medicine
Chinese Academy of Sciences

A recent review explores the innovative use of self-assembled protein nanoparticles (SAPNs) and virus-like particles (VLPs) in veterinary vaccine development. The research highlights the superior safety and efficacy of these nanovaccines over traditional formulations, offering a promising future for animal health and disease prevention.

日本无码: New discoveries about the nature of light could improve methods for heating fusion plasma
Released: 23-May-2024 8:30 AM EDT
New discoveries about the nature of light could improve methods for heating fusion plasma
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory

Scientists have made discoveries about light particles known as photons that could aid the quest for fusion energy.

日本无码: FAU Experts for the 2024 Hurricane Season
Released: 23-May-2024 8:30 AM EDT
FAU Experts for the 2024 Hurricane Season
Florida Atlantic University

The 2024 Atlantic hurricane season begins on June 1, and forecasts indicate a highly active season. Several Florida Atlantic University faculty experts are available to discuss various issues surrounding hurricane preparedness, evacuation and aftermath.

日本无码: 5-aminolevulinic acid: enhancing tomato resilience against cold stress
Released: 23-May-2024 8:05 AM EDT
5-aminolevulinic acid: enhancing tomato resilience against cold stress
Chinese Academy of Sciences

Cold stress significantly hampers tomato growth and yield. Recent research reveals that 5-aminolevulinic acid (ALA) enhances cold tolerance in tomatoes by regulating the SlMYB4/SlMYB88-SlGSTU43 gene module. This discovery opens new avenues for genetic engineering to develop cold-resistant tomato varieties, potentially ensuring better crop resilience and productivity under low-temperature conditions.

日本无码: Unlocking cryptocurrency profits: AI-powered trading strategies tame market swings
Released: 23-May-2024 8:05 AM EDT
Unlocking cryptocurrency profits: AI-powered trading strategies tame market swings
Chinese Academy of Sciences

In the rapidly evolving world of cryptocurrency, volatility management remains a crucial challenge. Researchers have now developed a novel approach that integrates Exponential Generalized Autoregressive Conditional Heteroskedasticity (EGARCH) with genetic algorithms and neural networks to enhance the precision of trading decisions in this volatile market.

日本无码: PMAT: a new tool for efficient assembly of plant mitochondrial genomes
Released: 23-May-2024 8:05 AM EDT
PMAT: a new tool for efficient assembly of plant mitochondrial genomes
Chinese Academy of Sciences

A new assembly toolkit, an efficient assembly toolkit (PMAT), is set to revolutionize the study of plant mitochondrial genomes (mitogenomes), offering an unprecedented approach to understanding plant evolution and cytoplasmic male sterile line breeding. This tool stands to overcome significant challenges in the complete assembly of plant mitogenomes, a task previously hindered by complex recombination events and horizontal gene transfers.

日本无码: Pineapple mint's genetic blueprint: a comprehensive genome assembly
Released: 23-May-2024 8:05 AM EDT
Pineapple mint's genetic blueprint: a comprehensive genome assembly
Chinese Academy of Sciences

A recent study has assembled a gap-free genome for Mentha suaveolens, providing new insights into its genetic structure and terpenoid diversification. The research highlights the unique composition of volatile compounds, particularly piperitenone oxide, and identifies key genetic variations affecting its biosynthesis. These findings enhance our understanding of Mentha's medicinal properties and facilitate targeted breeding for improved traits.

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日本无码: Germ-Free animal models reveal gut bacteria's role in health
Released: 23-May-2024 7:05 AM EDT
Germ-Free animal models reveal gut bacteria's role in health
Chinese Academy of Sciences

A recent study offers a thorough analysis of germ-free (GF) animal models, essential tools for unraveling the intricate interactions between microorganisms and their hosts. These models are proving crucial in understanding how microbiota influence a range of physiological processes and could lead to innovative treatments for various diseases.

   
日本无码: Shaping the future: breakthrough method minimizes alignment errors in microlens array production
Released: 23-May-2024 7:05 AM EDT
Shaping the future: breakthrough method minimizes alignment errors in microlens array production
Chinese Academy of Sciences

New research has introduced an approach to minimizing alignment errors in double-sided microlens arrays (DSMLAs) during precision glass molding (PGM), significantly enhancing the quality and functionality of optical devices.

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Released: 23-May-2024 5:05 AM EDT
Helping qubits stay in sync
Washington University in St. Louis

A new paper in Physical Review Letters explores the effects of memory in quantum systems and ultimately offers a novel solution to decoherence, one of the primary problems facing quantum technologies.

日本无码: KIMM opens up the possibility of building 鈥渆co-friendly fuel stations鈥 as it strives to make 鈥渃lean fuels鈥 a reality through the production of electrofuels
Released: 23-May-2024 12:00 AM EDT
KIMM opens up the possibility of building 鈥渆co-friendly fuel stations鈥 as it strives to make 鈥渃lean fuels鈥 a reality through the production of electrofuels
National Research Council of Science and Technology

The Korean research team has successfully developed a highly efficient microchannel reactor which reduces the required catalyst amount to 30 percent for electrofuel production, yet offers a capacity 30 times greater than current reactors.

日本无码: Gene could unlock big wheat yields for a growing population
Released: 22-May-2024 9:05 PM EDT
Gene could unlock big wheat yields for a growing population
University of Adelaide

A study from the University of Adelaide has discovered molecular pathways regulated by a gene traditionally used to control wheat-flowering behaviour could be altered to achieve greater yields.

日本无码: UAH-led FTPP recognized nationally as National Science Foundation ranks in top 10 best places to work
Released: 22-May-2024 4:05 PM EDT
UAH-led FTPP recognized nationally as National Science Foundation ranks in top 10 best places to work
University of Alabama Huntsville

The $20 million, five-year Future Technologies and Enabling Plasma Processes (FTPP) initiative led by The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH), a part of the University of Alabama System, is cited in 鈥淭he Washington Post鈥 as a key contributor toward the National Science Foundation鈥檚 (NSF) top-10 ranking in the 2023 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS) of the Best Places to Work in the Federal Government.

日本无码: Precision Measurements of Radioactive Molecules for Fundamental Physics
Released: 22-May-2024 4:05 PM EDT
Precision Measurements of Radioactive Molecules for Fundamental Physics
Department of Energy, Office of Science

For the first time, nuclear physicists made precision measurements of the short-lived radioactive molecule, radium monofluoride (RaF). The researchers combined ion-trapping and specialized laser systems to measure the fine details of the quantum structure of RaF. This allowed them to study the rotational energy levels of RaF and determine its laser-cooling scheme.

Released: 22-May-2024 3:05 PM EDT
Coastal ecosystems: cracking the code
University of California, Irvine

UC Irvine associate professor of ecology & evolutionary biology studies how warmer ocean water is affecting marine ecosystems, particularly the alarming reality that climate change often favors invasive species over native ones. Cascade Sorte has spent her career unraveling the mysteries of Earth鈥檚 changing oceans.

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Released: 22-May-2024 3:05 PM EDT
Forecasting the Future of the Arctic
Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

When the Danish bulk carrier Nordic Orion set sail on Sept. 17, 2013, from Vancouver, British Columbia, on a journey to Finland, it set a course for a groundbreaking journey. Rather than turn south to pass through the Panama Canal, it headed north to traverse the Northwest Passage, a winding sea route through the archipelago off Canada鈥檚 north and east coasts.

   
日本无码: Many Microplastics in the World鈥檚 Oceans Have Likely Escaped Detection
Released: 22-May-2024 3:05 PM EDT
Many Microplastics in the World鈥檚 Oceans Have Likely Escaped Detection
Stony Brook University

A new study that investigated the presence of the smallest particles of microplastics (MPs) in ocean waters from the Caribbean to the Arctic found that the most abundant (and tiny) MPs in the ocean are not being detected by net tow surveys.

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Released: 22-May-2024 3:05 PM EDT
Sea Surveillance
Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

Off the southeastern tip of Greenland in mid-June, Hayley DeHart, a genomics and marine scientist at APL, disembarked Lindblad Expedition鈥檚 National Geographic Endurance 鈥 a 407-foot (124-meter) ice-cutting cruise ship 鈥 and stepped into a small Zodiac inflatable motorboat.

   
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Released: 22-May-2024 3:05 PM EDT
Boots on the Ground
Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

In February 2016, 215 soldiers from the U.S. and Canadian militaries conducted a 10-day exercise called Arctic Ram. Their objective was to demonstrate they could rapidly respond to an emergency in the Arctic. In this case, they simulated retrieving a military satellite that crash-landed north of the small town of Resolute on Cornwallis Island in Nunavut, Canada.

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.

   
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Released: 22-May-2024 2:05 PM EDT
Expert shares tips for food safety at cookouts and potlucks
Virginia Tech

As the summer season approaches, lots of people will be planning to host or attend backyard cookouts and potlucks. But before you fire up the grill, Virginia Tech food safety expert聽Melissa Wright shares tips to protect yourself, your family, and your friends from foodborne illnesses during the warm-weather months. 鈥淪afe food handling when eating outdoors is critical,鈥 says Wright.

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Released: 22-May-2024 2:05 PM EDT
The Emerging Arctic
Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

Off the north coast of Alaska in the Beaufort Sea, the Sun won鈥檛 make its appearance until roughly nine in the morning, its edge arcing over the horizon where a spill of puffy clouds briefly hides its emerging face.

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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.

   
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Released: 22-May-2024 2:05 PM EDT
Food for Thought: Study Links Key Nutrients to Slower Brain Aging
University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Scientists have long been studying the brain with a goal of aiding healthier aging. While much is known about risk factors for accelerated brain aging, less has been uncovered to identify ways to reduce cognitive decline.

   
日本无码: How a vibrating capsule could help curb obesity
Released: 22-May-2024 2:05 PM EDT
How a vibrating capsule could help curb obesity
National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering

A team of scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Brigham and Women鈥檚 Hospital, and Harvard University have developed a noninvasive alternative鈥攁n oral capsule containing a tiny vibrating motor that is designed to stimulate the stomach to produce the same sense of fullness people experience after eating a large meal.

   
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Released: 22-May-2024 12:05 PM EDT
Breakthrough Process Creates Next Generation of Powered Wearable Fibers
Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

Researchers from the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) in Laurel, Maryland, have established new, scalable methods of developing battery- and solar-powered fibers, making it theoretically possible for electrical energy to be harvested from, and stored in, the clothing people wear. These fibers could power high-performance wearable electronics that breathe, stretch and wash just like conventional textiles.

Released: 22-May-2024 12:05 PM EDT
How the 鈥榟ome鈥 environment influences microbial interactions
Ohio State University

New research shows that real-world ocean conditions 鈥 specifically, low-phosphate areas 鈥 makes a huge difference in how viral infection affects host bacteria.

日本无码: What happened to the 鈥榝ireproof鈥 desert鈥攁nd what can be done
Released: 22-May-2024 11:05 AM EDT
What happened to the 鈥榝ireproof鈥 desert鈥攁nd what can be done
Northern Arizona University

The Sonoran Desert of southern Arizona and northern Mexico has long been largely immune to fires, despite its intense heat. There simply wasn't enough fuel to feed severe fires. In the last two decades, wetter winters and the increase of invasive species have caused a rapid shift to the desert environment.

日本无码: Repurposed protease controls important signaling molecule-activating protein
Released: 22-May-2024 11:05 AM EDT
Repurposed protease controls important signaling molecule-activating protein
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

Scientists at St. Jude Children鈥檚 Research Hospital reveal the role of iRhom2鈥檚 defunct protein-cleaving domain in lifecycle of ADAM17, a key signaling molecule-activating protein.

日本无码: Understanding the Line in the Sand
Released: 22-May-2024 11:05 AM EDT
Understanding the Line in the Sand
Gulf of Mexico Coastal Ocean Observing System-Regional Association (GCOOS-RA)

Speakers and members explored the idea of ecological thresholds and how the Gulf of Mexico Coastal Ocean Observing System (GCOOS) and its partners can support information-based responses to change during the GCOOS Spring Meeting earlier this month.

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: DIProT: An Interactive Deep Learning Toolkit for Efficient Protein Design
Released: 22-May-2024 10:05 AM EDT
DIProT: An Interactive Deep Learning Toolkit for Efficient Protein Design
Chinese Academy of Sciences

Scientists have developed DIProT, an innovative, user-friendly toolkit for protein design. The toolkit utilizes a non-autoregressive deep generative model to address the protein inverse folding problem, integrating human expertise into the design loop for efficient and effective protein design.

日本无码: New Study Lays Out How to Find Meaningful, Not Just 鈥淪ignificant鈥, Results
17-May-2024 1:05 PM EDT
New Study Lays Out How to Find Meaningful, Not Just 鈥淪ignificant鈥, Results
University of Utah Health

The framework has the potential to improve one of the basic facets of how science is done and shift researchers鈥 and clinicians鈥 perspectives from statistical significance to biological relevance.

   
日本无码: Comparison of four methods on drying efficiency and physicochemical properties of chicken meat
Released: 22-May-2024 9:35 AM EDT
Comparison of four methods on drying efficiency and physicochemical properties of chicken meat
Chinese Academy of Sciences

In this study, four drying methods including hot air drying (HAD), catalytic infrared drying (CIRD), electric infrared drying (EIRD) and electric oven drying (EOD) were used to prepare dried chicken breast. The study systematically compared the drying efficiencies of different methods and their effects on physico-chemical properties, pet food applications, energy consumption, and cost.

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.

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Released: 22-May-2024 9:00 AM EDT
LSST Camera Arrives at Rubin Observatory in Chile, Paving the Way for Cosmic Exploration
Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy (AURA)

Another exciting milestone in the construction of Rubin Observatory has been achieved! On May 16th Rubin鈥檚 LSST Camera reached its forever home, the summit facility on Cerro Pach贸n.

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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日本无码: Reduce the risk of electric vehicle fires by analyzing nanostructures!
Released: 22-May-2024 12:00 AM EDT
Reduce the risk of electric vehicle fires by analyzing nanostructures!
National Research Council of Science and Technology

Dr. Hyeon-woo Son and his research team from the Department of Aluminum in the Advanced Metals Division at KIMS have successfully developed an aluminum alloy for electric vehicles that dramatically improves thermal stability.

日本无码: NUS scientists discover a novel way of activating muscle cells鈥 natural defences against cancer using magnetic pulses
Released: 21-May-2024 11:00 PM EDT
NUS scientists discover a novel way of activating muscle cells鈥 natural defences against cancer using magnetic pulses
National University of Singapore (NUS)

A team of researchers led by Associate Professor Alfredo Franco-Obreg贸n from the NUS Institute for Health Innovation & Technology (iHealthtech) has unveiled a novel approach to stimulate muscle, by way of using brief and mild pulsed electromagnetic field exposure, to produce and release proteins possessing anticancer properties.

   


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