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Nokia selected by NASA to build the first 4G mobile network on the Moon

Nokia selected by NASA to build the first 4G mobile network on the Moon

Sign inLog into your accountyour usernameyour passwordPassword recoveryRecover your passwordyour emailShareNokia Oyj has been picked by NASA to build the principal ever mobile network on the moon.The Finnish telecommunications firm said on Monday that the partnership will create a path toward “sustainable human presence on the lunar surface,” and will result in the first LTE/4G communications system in space.Nokia’s Bell Labs unit is planning to build what it describes as an “ultra-compact, low-power, space-hardened, end-to-end LTE solution” that will be available on the moon by late...

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Cancer scientists find the new salivary gland

Cancer scientists find the new salivary gland

Sign inLog into your accountyour usernameyour passwordPassword recoveryRecover your passwordyour emailShareScientists at the Netherlands Cancer Institute have discovered salivary glands in a previously unknown location. This is potentially great news for patients with head and neck tumors: Radiation oncologists will now be able to circumvent this area to avoid potential complications. The research is forthcoming in Radiotherapy & Oncology.Advanced technology allows scientists to visualize organs, cells, and even in vivo molecules. But what are the odds of a new discovery? Imagine the...

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vLUME: New VR software allows scientists to ‘walk’ inside cells

vLUME: New VR software allows scientists to ‘walk’ inside cells

Sign inLog into your accountyour usernameyour passwordPassword recoveryRecover your passwordyour emailShareVirtual reality (VR) software which allows scientists to ‘walk’ inside and analyze individual cells could be used to understand fundamental problems in biology and develop new treatments for disease.The software, called vLUME, was developed by scientists at the University of Cambridge & 3D image analysis software company Lume VR Ltd. It allows super-resolution microscopy data to be visualized and analyzed in virtual reality and can be used to study everything from individual proteins...

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Scientists print wearable biometric sensors directly on the skin without heat

Scientists print wearable biometric sensors directly on the skin without heat

Sign inLog into your accountyour usernameyour passwordPassword recoveryRecover your passwordyour emailShareWearable sensors are advancing from watches and electrodes to bendable gadgets that give far more exact biometric measurements and comfort for users. Presently, a global team of scientists has made the evolution 1 step further by printing sensors directly on human skin without the use of heat.“In this article, we report a simple yet universally applicable fabrication technique with the use of a new sintering aid layer to empower direct printing for on-body sensors,” said first writer...

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Scientists reveal an antagonistic relationship behind flower development

Scientists reveal an antagonistic relationship behind flower development

Sign inLog into your accountyour usernameyour passwordPassword recoveryRecover your passwordyour emailShareBiologist Doris Wagner of the School of Arts & Sciences and colleagues identified some of the behind-the-scenes machinations that go into arriving at these variations in plant architecture, in a new paper in .Long interested in the translation of these environmental inputs to physical traits, Wagner and her team have been studying two key groups of proteins that influence plant form and timing of developmental transitions. Terminal Flower 1 (TLF1) proteins promote branch formation....

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Researchers definitely measure total amount of matter in the universe

Researchers definitely measure total amount of matter in the universe

Sign inLog into your accountyour usernameyour passwordPassword recoveryRecover your passwordyour emailShareA top objective in cosmology is to precisely measure the total amount of matter in the universe, an overwhelming activity for even the most mathematically capable. A group led by researchers at the University of California, Riverside, has now done just that.Reporting in the Astrophysical Journal, the team determined that matter makes up 31 percent of the total amount of matter & energy in the , with the remainder consisting of dark energy.“To put that amount of matter in context, if...

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Researchers make nanoparticles that convey gene-editing tools to particular tissues and organs

Researchers make nanoparticles that convey gene-editing tools to particular tissues and organs

Sign inLog into your accountyour usernameyour passwordPassword recoveryRecover your passwordyour emailShareOne of the most remarkable recent advances in biomedical research has been the development of highly targeted gene-editing methods such as CRISPR that can add, remove, or change a gene within a cell with great precision. The method is already being tested or used for the treatment of patients with sickle cell anemia and cancers such as multiple myeloma and liposarcoma, and today, its creators Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna received the .While gene editing is remarkably...

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Biochip discovery combines AI and nano-particle printing for cancer cell study

Biochip discovery combines AI and nano-particle printing for cancer cell study

Sign inLog into your accountyour usernameyour passwordPassword recoveryRecover your passwordyour emailShareBiomedical engineers, electrical engineers, and computer scientists at the University of California, Irvine have developed a new Biochip that can help study tumor heterogeneity to reduce resistance to cancer therapies.In a paper published today in Advanced Biosystems, the scientists describe how they combined , microfluidics, and nanoparticle inkjet printing device the examination and differentiation of cancers and healthy tissues at the single-cell level.Lead author Kushal Joshi, a...

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MIT Study: Neuroscientists find a molecular mechanism that allows memories to form

MIT Study: Neuroscientists find a molecular mechanism that allows memories to form

Sign inLog into your accountyour usernameyour passwordPassword recoveryRecover your passwordyour emailShareWhen the brain forms a memory of a new experience, neurons called — engram cells to encode the details of the memory & are later reactivated whenever — we recall it. A new MIT study reveals that this process is controlled by — large-scale remodeling of cells’ chromatin.This remodeling, which allows — specific genes involved in storing memories to become more active, takes place in — multiple stages spread out over several days. Changes to the density & arrangement of chromatin, a...

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Physicists reveal a new approach to improve gravitational-wave detector sensitivity

Physicists reveal a new approach to improve gravitational-wave detector sensitivity

Sign inLog into your accountyour usernameyour passwordPassword recoveryRecover your passwordyour emailShareGravitational-wave detectors have opened another window to the universe by estimating the waves in spacetime produced by impacting black holes and neutron stars, yet they are eventually restricted by quantum changes induced by light reflecting off of mirrors. LSU Ph.D. material science former student Jonathan Cripe and his group of LSU specialists have directed another experiment with researchers from Caltech and Thorlabs to investigate an approach to cancel this quantum backaction and...

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Quantum computing: Physicists built up a new detector for measuring energy quanta

Quantum computing: Physicists built up a new detector for measuring energy quanta

Sign inLog into your accountyour usernameyour passwordPassword recoveryRecover your passwordyour emailSharePhysicists at VTT Technical Research Center of Finland and Aalto University have built up a new detector for measuring energy quanta at unprecedented resolution. This finding could help bring quantum processing out of the research lab and into real-world applications. The outcomes have been distributed today in Nature.The kind of finder detector the group works is known as a bolometer, which measures the energy of approaching radiation by measuring the amount it heats up the detector....

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Scientists find a new technique to improve cell plasticity

Scientists find a new technique to improve cell plasticity

Sign inLog into your accountyour usernameyour passwordPassword recoveryRecover your passwordyour emailShareCell plasticity is a property by which a cell can take on various and reversible identities. This property is also crucial in cancer as many cancer cells use it to gain resistance to chemotherapy and invade and colonise distant parts of the body.Headed by the ICREA researcher Manuel Serrano, scientists at the Cellular Plasticity and Disease Laboratory at the Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB Barcelona) have discovered a way to regulate this plasticity by “blocking” plastic...

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Scientists unveil a connection between two nonperturbative parameters to help divine heavy meson production

Scientists unveil a connection between two nonperturbative parameters to help divine heavy meson production

Sign inLog into your accountyour usernameyour passwordPassword recoveryRecover your passwordyour emailShareProf. Jia Yu from the Institute of High Energy Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and his teammates, unveiled unexpectedly some profound associations between two essential nonperturbative boundaries that describe the intrinsic properties of heavy mesons—supportive for foreseeing substantial meson hard exclusive production processes with better precision. The investigation was published in Physical Review Letters, following up on an examination distributed in Physical Review D...

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Researchers find why tarantulas come in clear greens and blues

Researchers find why tarantulas come in clear greens and blues

Sign inLog into your accountyour usernameyour passwordPassword recoveryRecover your passwordyour emailShareFor what reason are a few tarantulas so vividly colored? Researchers have considered why these enormous, hairy spiders, active basically during the night and at evening time, would game such vibrant green & blue coloration—particularly as they were for some time thought to be not able to differentiate between colors, let alone possess — true color vision.In an ongoing study, Scientists from Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) and Yale-NUS College discover uphold for new theories: that...

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Physicists Propose A New Way To Detect Infrared Radiation

Physicists Propose A New Way To Detect Infrared Radiation

Sign inLog into your accountyour usernameyour passwordPassword recoveryRecover your passwordyour emailShareWhen using our webcam or cell phone camera, we experience the tremendous capabilities of cheap & compact sensors developed in the past decades for — the visible region of the electromagnetic spectrum. On the contrary, — detection of lower frequency radiation not visible to the human eye (such as mid- and far-infrared radiation) requires complex and costly equipment. Lack of a compact technology impedes widespread access to sensors for the — recognition of molecules and the imaging of...

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Scientists Exhibit Record Speed With Cutting Edge Spectroscopy Strategy

Scientists Exhibit Record Speed With Cutting Edge Spectroscopy Strategy

Sign inLog into your accountyour usernameyour passwordPassword recoveryRecover your passwordyour emailShareScientists have built up an advanced spectrometer that can procure data with, particularly high speed. The new spectrometer could be valuable for a variety of applications including remote sensing, real-time biological imaging, & machine vision.Spectrometers measure the shade of light absorbed or emitted from a substance. Notwithstanding, utilizing such systems for complex and detailed measurement commonly requires long information procurement times.“Our new system can measure a...

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Fluidics: Making Waves In Outer Space

Fluidics: Making Waves In Outer Space

Sign inLog into your accountyour usernameyour passwordPassword recoveryRecover your passwordyour emailShareThe International Space Station is an exciting place for experiments. This one in particular was making waves in space. known as Fluidics, the experiment studies fluid dynamics in microgravity & recently performed another successful round of science onboard the Space Station. Developed by — French space agency CNES & co-funded by Airbus Defense and Space, the Fluidics or Fluid Dynamics in Space experiment is probing how fluids behave in weightlessness.Have you ever tried walking while...

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A study found self-interacting dark matter theory explains why two galaxies have less dark matter than others

A study found self-interacting dark matter theory explains why two galaxies have less dark matter than others

Sign inLog into your accountyour usernameyour passwordPassword recoveryRecover your passwordyour emailShareThe latest theory about the nature of dark matter helps explain why a pair of galaxies about sixty-five million light-years from Earth contains very little of the mysterious matter, according to a study led by a Scientist at the UC, Riverside.Dark matter is nonluminous be seen directly. Thought up 85 percent of the matter universe, its nature well understood. Unlike normal matter, it absorb, or emit light, making it difficult to detect.The prevailing dark matter theory, referred to as...

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