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Zika vaccine shows promise for treating deadly brain cancer
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have successfully deployed a Zika virus vaccine to target and kill human glioblastoma brain cancer stem cells, which had been transplanted into mice. In a new study, the team... 1 hour
Intestinal bacteria produce electric current from sugar
PHYS.ORG Intestinal bacteria can create an electric current, according to a new study from Lund University in Sweden. The results are valuable for the development of drugs, but also for the production of bioenergy, for... 2 hours
New Crest Gum & Enamel Repair toothpaste may boost enamel repair and reverse gingivitis
NEWS MEDICAL According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly half of U.S. adults have gum disease. Harmful... 1 hour
Zika virus vaccine shows promise for treatment of fatal glioblastoma
NEWS MEDICAL An international team of researchers has successfully deployed a Zika virus vaccine to target and kill human glioblastoma brain cancer stem cells, which had been transplanted into mice. 4 hours
E. coli's adaptation to extreme temperatures helps explain resistance to certain drugs
PHYS.ORG Long before bacteria had to contend with antibiotic drugs, they had to survive extreme temperatures as Earth warmed and cooled over millennia. Could the... 9 hours
Silicone breast implants may increase risk of rare adverse outcomes in women
NEWS MEDICAL Women receiving silicone breast implants may be at increased risk of several rare adverse outcomes compared to the general population, reports a study in... 10 hours
Silicone breast implants linked to increased risk of some rare harms
SCIENCE DAILY Women receiving silicone breast implants may be at increased risk of several rare adverse outcomes compared to the general population. 15 hours
Why some tuberculosis bacteria prove deadly
SCIENCE DAILY A new study has found that the same mutation that gives tuberculosis bacteria drug resistance also elicits a different -- and potentially weaker -- immune response. 16 hours
E. coli's adaptation to extreme temperatures helps explain resistance to certain drugs
SCIENCE DAILY A new study suggests that defenses against extreme temperatures give E. coli bacteria an advantage in fending off certain drugs. The work could help... 16 hours
Targeting this key bacterial molecule could reduce the need for antibiotics
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have shown that cellulose serves a mortar-like role to enhance the adhesion of bacteria to bladder cells, causing urinary tract infections. 18 hours
Targeting this key bacterial molecule could reduce the need for antibiotics
PHYS.ORG Stanford researchers have shown that bacteria involved in urinary tract infections (UTI) rely on a novel chemical form of the molecule cellulose to stick to bladder... 20 hours
Newly discovered enzyme is 'firing pin' for plant immunity
PHYS.ORG Just like humans, plants have an immune system that helps them fight off infections. Plant immunity has some important differences: they don't make antibodies and can't fight off the same... 20 hours
Single mutation protects TB bacteria from antibiotics, immune assault
PHYS.ORG People who fall sick with drug-resistant tuberculosis (TB) face daunting odds. Only about two in three survive the illness, unlike people with drug-sensitive TB, of whom more than 90 percent... 1 day
Graphene helps protect photocathodes for physics experiments
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have used thin sheets of graphene to prevent photocathode materials from interacting with air, which increases their lifetimes. Photocathodes are used to convert light to electricity in accelerators and other physics experiments. 1 day
Graphene helps protect photocathodes for physics experiments
PHYS.ORG Transforming light into electricity is no mean feat. Some devices, like solar cells, use a closed circuit to generate an electric current from incoming light. But another class of materials, called photocathodes, generate large... 1 day
Structural map of bacterial toxins raises hopes for new anti-infectives
PHYS.ORG The bacteria Pseudomonas aeruginosa can cause serious and difficult to treat infections. The infection process involves the activation of toxic substances from the bacteria by a common protein... 1 day
Researchers map 3D structure of toxic proteins used by Pseudomonas aeruginosa to trigger infection
NEWS MEDICAL The bacteria Pseudomonas aeruginosa can cause serious and difficult to treat infections. The infection process involves the activation of toxic... 1 day
Cleaning products 'could be making children fat'
Sky News Common household cleaning products could be making children overweight by altering their gut bacteria, scientists say. 1 day
Video Gives Avengers' Hawkeye His Day, And Shows Every Single Kill He's Had
CINEMA BLEND Hawkeye can really rack up the kills, even if not... 2 days
deadly ghost net entangles drowns fraser river seals Deadly ghost net entangles, drowns Fraser River seals
CBC Ghost nets kill millions of sea creatures worldwide and this B.C. example on the Fraser River highlights a largely unseen... 2 days
2019 VW Beetle bows out with Final Edition models - Roadshow
CNET Volkswagen will officially kill the Beetle in 2019. 4 days
Is there a cure for Crohn's disease?
MNT Crohn's disease is a chronic disease for which there is currently no cure. Researchers are looking into specific bacteria, the microbiome, and inflammation to try to find a cure. For now, the goal of... 4 days
Medical News Today: Is there a cure for Crohn's disease?
MNT Crohn's disease is a chronic disease for which there is currently no cure. Researchers are looking into specific bacteria, the microbiome, and inflammation to try to find a... 4 days
Programmable wettability on photocontrolled graphene film
Science Magazine Surface materials with specific wettability play important roles in a wide variety of areas from science to industry. We present a novel paraffin-infused porous graphene film (PIPGF) with programmable wettability. Because of graphene’s photothermal property, the... 4 days
New means to fight 'un-killable' bacteria in healthcare settings
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have identified new means of fighting drug-tolerant bacteria, a growing global threat as menacing as drug-resistant microbes. Little is known about the mechanisms leading to tolerance, a strategy that... 4 days
Shopify’s iOS 12 update adds AR shopping support for 600,000 stores
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New Trailer for Long Lost Sci-Fi Film 'Replicas' Starring Keanu Reeves
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Google Podcasts appears to be rolling out Chromecast support
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Happy Days named America's most memorable TV theme, survey finds - CNET
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Spotify for Android bug stops music playback, removes notification controls, Spotify is ‘looking into it’
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What if porn, but for women
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Watch the first trailer for Captain Marvel, Marvel’s next big film
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When you get hacked, figuring out who to call for help can be a puzzle - CNET
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Did your Ancestry.com DNA results change dramatically? Here's why
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First UK Trailer for 'Stan & Ollie' Starring Steve Coogan & John C. Reilly
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