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Early breakthrough with cancer vaccine | Translational Research Institute

Early breakthrough with cancer vaccine | Translational Research Institute

TRI FACILITIESGOVERNANCEOPPORTUNITIESGRANTSPROJECTSVENUE HIRESPARQ-EDHONOURS & UNDERGRADRHD PROGRAMSCORPORATE PARTNERSHIPSDONATIONSFUNDRAISINGCLINICAL TRIALS  ›    ›  early breakthrough with cancer vaccineShare link:© Translational Research Institute AustraliaABN 58 155 991 662The Translational Research Institute is a medical research facility bringing together The University of Queensland, Metro South Health, Queensland Institute of Technology and Mater Medical Research to translate research findings into improved healthcare and increased income and jobs for Australia. The Translational...

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Elderly people's response to COVID-19 not as expected

Elderly people's response to COVID-19 not as expected

Survey results from 27 countries suggest that, despite their increased risk of severe illness due to COVID-19, elderly people are not more willing to isolate when asked to, and are not more compliant with several COVID-19 preventive measures. Jean-François Daoust of the University of Edinburgh, U.K., presents these findings in the open-access journal PLOS ONE on July 2, 2020.Among those who become ill with COVID-19, older adults appear to be more likely to be hospitalized or die from the disease. Because of their increased vulnerability, one might expect that elderly people would be more...

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Researchers: COVID-19 spreads ten meters or more by breathing

Researchers: COVID-19 spreads ten meters or more by breathing

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Neuroimaging study links addictive smartphone use to altered brain activity

Neuroimaging study links addictive smartphone use to altered brain activity

A recently published study provides new insight into the brain mechanisms underlying addictive smartphone use. The research, which appears in the journal , found evidence of altered neural activity in response to smartphone cues among compulsive smartphone users.The corresponding author of the study, Robert Christian Wolf, became interested in examining compulsive smartphone use after witnessing people who were “spending more time with their smartphone than with their family or friends.”“In the past years, increased concerns have been expressed in the scientific literature regarding...

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Anger in popular song lyrics is linked to national unemployment rate, study finds

Anger in popular song lyrics is linked to national unemployment rate, study finds

New research published in suggests that popular song lyrics can provide insight into a country’s socioeconomic state. An analysis of popular song lyrics in the US and Germany found that national unemployment rate predicted anger in music lyrics in both countries.Psychology research has shown that people prefer to listen to song lyrics that match their current mood and preoccupations. It is within reason, then, that popular songs might reflect the overall feelings and attitudes of a country. A recent study by Lin Qiu and associates considers how music lyrics might reflect the socioeconomic...

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Targeting the Heme-Heme Oxygenase System to Prevent Severe Complications Following COVID-19 Infections

Targeting the Heme-Heme Oxygenase System to Prevent Severe Complications Following COVID-19 Infections

Next Article in JournalNext Article in Special IssuePrevious Article in JournalPrevious Article in Special IssueYou seem to have javascript disabled. Please note that many of the page functionalities won't work as expected without javascript enabled.Find support for a specific problem on the support section of our website.Please let us know what you think of our products and services.Our dedicated information section provides allows you to learn more about MDPI.1Department of Dentistry-Orthodontics and Craniofacial Biology, Radboud Institute for Molecular Life Sciences, Radboud University...

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No evidence for an S cone contribution to acute neuroendocrine and alerting responses to light

No evidence for an S cone contribution to acute neuroendocrine and alerting responses to light

JavaScript is disabled on your browser.Please enable JavaScript to use all the features on this page. , 16 December 2019, Pages R1297-R1298open access

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#madewithstardust

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×Watch in our appPlease enable JavaScript to experience Vimeo in all of its glory.by Jean-Marie Marbach | Music by Yagya| A collection of space scenes originally created for Guillaume Lenel's doc"Asteroids, the new space Eldorado?" ()More info :Made with Stardust, Modulation, Digit Fiddler & Text Delay.Yagya's "Drowned in Dreams" is available here:(Instrumental)(Vocal)Get Stardust:Get Modulation:Get Digit Fiddler:Get Text Delay:

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COVID-19 Can Be Transmitted in the Womb, Reports Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal

COVID-19 Can Be Transmitted in the Womb, Reports Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal

Lippincott ®Lippincott ®» COVID-19 Can Be Transmitted in the Womb, Reports Pediatric Infectious Disease JournalJuly 10, 2020 – , reports , the official journal of . The journal is published in the Lippincott portfolio by .The findings “suggest in utero transmission” of COVID-19 from an infected mother to her infant, according to the case report by Julide Sisman, MD, and colleagues of The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas.“Numerous infants have now been delivered to pregnant women diagnosed with SARS-CoV-2, with the majority of these infants without respiratory illness...

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Researchers may have found one path to a longer life > News > USC Dornsife

Researchers may have found one path to a longer life > News > USC Dornsife

USC Dornsife scientists lead research in lab models that shows the drug mifepristone may counter negative effects experienced by females of some species after mating. The results could lead to extending lifespan in humans. [3 min read]By -July 10, 2020Research in fruit flies, commonly used for biology experiments, points to the possibility of extending human life. (Photo: John Tower.)Scientists at USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences may have found the beginnings of a path toward increasing human lifespan.The research, published July 10 in the , shows the drug mifepristone can...

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Nrf2 Activator PB125® as a Potential Therapeutic Agent against COVID-19

Nrf2 Activator PB125® as a Potential Therapeutic Agent against COVID-19

Next Article in JournalPrevious Article in JournalYou seem to have javascript disabled. Please note that many of the page functionalities won't work as expected without javascript enabled.Find support for a specific problem on the support section of our website.Please let us know what you think of our products and services.Our dedicated information section provides allows you to learn more about MDPI.1Pathways Bioscience, Aurora, CO 80045, USA2Department of Medicine, Division of Pulmonary Sciences and Critical Care Medicine, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora, CO 80045,...

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Japan Just Landed a Spacecraft on an Asteroid, And The Photos Are Nuts

Japan Just Landed a Spacecraft on an Asteroid, And The Photos Are Nuts

The life of an is lonely. The rocks spend eons drifting through the cold vacuum of space.But on Wednesday, the asteroid Ryugu welcomed a special visitor: Japan's Hayabusa-2 probe successfully on the asteroid's surface at (01:06 UTC on Thursday). The launched into space in December 2014. Its mission: explore and collect samples from Ryugu, a primitive asteroid half-a-mile in diameter that orbits the sun at a distance up to 131 million miles (211 million kilometers).The probe its destination in June 2018, then got to work making observations, measuring the asteroid's gravity, and rehearsing...

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FDA expands list of hand sanitizers to avoid due to methanol risk with more being recommended for recall

FDA expands list of hand sanitizers to avoid due to methanol risk with more being recommended for recall

USA TODAYThe Food and Drug Administration has  because they may contain methanol, a toxic substance when absorbed through skin or ingested.The FDA now lists on a chart that should be avoided, some which have already been recalled, and other products being recommended for recalls as they may contain the potentially fatal ingredient.All of the products in the appear to have been produced in Mexico. The FDA says it has "seen a sharp increase in hand sanitizer products that are labeled to contain ethanol (also known as ethyl alcohol) but that have tested positive for methanol...

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Scientists Detect Earth's Atmosphere 'Ringing' Like a Bell

Scientists Detect Earth's Atmosphere 'Ringing' Like a Bell

Just as the Moon tugs at our planet's seas, contributing to oceanic tidal waves, it also pulls at our atmosphere along with the Sun, creating waves in the sky.A new study now demonstrates how some types of 'sky waves' resonate around Earth, much like how sound waves resonate inside a bell. In the water, waves are . Energy moving through our skies - from things like to the gravitational pull of celestial bodies - also creates waves.These atmospheric waves don't slosh around the same way ocean waves do, but they are still recognisable if one knows what to look for: moving pockets of more...

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Dairy Fat and Cardiovascular Health

Dairy Fat and Cardiovascular Health

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The UAE’s First Mars Mission Is a Robo-Meteorologist

The UAE’s First Mars Mission Is a Robo-Meteorologist

Al-Amiri knows what it’s like to build a spacecraft, but she’s never launched one to Mars—or during a global pandemic. As the deputy project manager for the United Arab Emirates’ first interplanetary mission—and the country’s minister of state for advanced sciences—the 33-year-old engineer has spent the past few years bouncing between Dubai and Boulder, Colorado, where a team of Emirati scientists have been busy building a robotic satellite meteorologist called Hope. These days, Al-Amiri is quarantining near the Tanegashima Space Center in Japan, where Hope is expected to depart on a...

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Most of the Milky Way's life-hosting planets may have formed early on

Most of the Milky Way's life-hosting planets may have formed early on

TrendingSpace is supported by its audience. When you purchase through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission.An artist's illustration of the potentially habitable exoplanet Kepler-1649c orbiting its host red dwarf star.(Image: © NASA/Ames Research Center/Daniel Rutter)Rocky planets that formed early in our Milky Way galaxy's 13.2-billion-year history have a better chance of supporting life than worlds that were later to the party, a new study suggests.That's because the early formers are more likely to sport , magnetic fields and other features conducive to the development...

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Hybridization of Russian Sturgeon (Acipenser gueldenstaedtii, Brandt and Ratzeberg, 1833) and American Paddlefish (Polyodon spathula, Walbaum 1792) and Evaluation of Their Progeny

Hybridization of Russian Sturgeon (Acipenser gueldenstaedtii, Brandt and Ratzeberg, 1833) and American Paddlefish (Polyodon spathula, Walbaum 1792) and Evaluation of Their Progeny

Next Article in JournalPrevious Article in JournalPrevious Article in Special IssueYou seem to have javascript disabled. Please note that many of the page functionalities won't work as expected without javascript enabled.Find support for a specific problem on the support section of our website.Please let us know what you think of our products and services.Our dedicated information section provides allows you to learn more about MDPI.This is an early access version, the complete PDF, HTML, and XML versions will be available soon.1National Agricultural Research and Innovation Centre, Research...

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CERN has discovered a very charming particle

CERN has discovered a very charming particle

The quark model was an intellectual revolution for physics. Physicists were faced with an ever-growing zoo of unstable particles that didn't seem to have a role in the Universe around us. Quarks explained all that through an (at least superficially) simple set of rules that built all of these particles through combinations of two or three quarks.While that general outline seems simple, the rules by which particles called "gluons" hold the quarks together in particles are fiendishly complex, and we don't always know their limits. Are there reasons that particles seem to stop at collections...

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Will We Recognize Life on Mars When We See It?

Will We Recognize Life on Mars When We See It?

the first to think he’d discovered life on Mars, but he was among the last. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the American astronomer published a series of books that observable features on the surface of the Red Planet were the handiwork of an intelligent species on the verge of extinction. The objects of Lowell’s fascination—and the wider astronomy community’s scorn—were the so-called “Martian canals,” which he believed were used to route water from the planet’s ice caps.Everything you need to know about SETI, the Drake equation, ’Oumuamua, and hot tubs.NASA has been robotically...

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Auditory representation of learned sound sequences in motor regions of the macaque brain

Auditory representation of learned sound sequences in motor regions of the macaque brain

Edited by Peter L. Strick, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, and approved May 7, 2020 (received for review September 9, 2019)Nonhuman primates have a rich repertoire of species-specific calls, but they do not show vocal learning. The usefulness of nonhuman primate models for studies of speech and language has, therefore, been questioned. This study shows that macaques can learn to produce novel sound sequences with their hands by pressing levers on a keyboard. Using awake functional MRI, we find activation of motor cortex and putamen, when the monkeys are listening to the same sound...

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Lower cognitive ability linked to non-compliance with social distancing guidelines during the coronavirus outbreak

Lower cognitive ability linked to non-compliance with social distancing guidelines during the coronavirus outbreak

New research provides evidence that working memory and fluid intelligence are associated with engaging in social distancing in the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic. The new study has been published in the .On March 11th, 2020, the World Health Organization declared the outbreak of the novel coronavirus SARS‐CoV‐2 to be a global pandemic. Governments around the world urged people to follow preventive health measures such as frequent hand washing and physical distancing. But not everyone abided by the safety guidelines.“At the moment, successful containment of the COVID-19 outbreak...

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