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Scientists in Italy fertilize 7 northern white rhino eggs  PHYS.ORG · 19 minutes
Eggs removed from the last two female northern white rhinos have been fertilized with sperm from the now-dead last male, but it will be about 10 days before it's known... more
International Space Station crew relocates Soyuz capsule  PHYS.ORG · 19 minutes
The crew of the International Space Station has successfully relocated a Soyuz space capsule to another docking port to facilitate the rendezvous with another spacecraft. more
Study Questions Mainstay Treatment For Mild Asthma  NPR · 37 minutes
Many of the 26 million Americans with asthma use a low-dose steroid inhaler daily to prevent symptoms. But a recent study raises questions about this strategy for people with mild, persistent asthma. more
Cleaning pollutants from water with pollen and spores—without the 'achoo!'  PHYS.ORG · 56 minutes
In addition to their role in plant fertilization and reproduction, pollens and spores have another, hidden talent: With a simple treatment, these cheap, abundant and renewable grains can... more
New way to bump off ticks: Dry up their saliva  PHYS.ORG · 56 minutes
Saliva from a tick's bite can transmit pathogens that cause serious illnesses, such as Lyme disease, and significant agricultural losses. Current insecticides have drawbacks, so scientists have been... more
Disappearing act: Device vanishes on command after military missions  PHYS.ORG · 56 minutes
A polymer that self-destructs? While once a fictional idea, new polymers now exist that are rugged enough to ferry packages or sensors into hostile territory and vaporize immediately upon a... more
X-ray kaleidoscope  ESA · 3 hours
Space Science Image of the Week: Stellar remnants in the Messier 83 galaxy put on a spectacular light show observed by ESA’s XMM-Newton more
Dogs are Good for Your Heart Health: Study  SCI-NEWS.COM · 3 hours
People who have dogs are more likely to achieve the recommended level of behavioral cardiovascular health metrics such as physical... more
Making polyurethane degradable gives its components a second life  PHYS.ORG · 56 minutes
Polyurethane waste is piling up in landfills, but scientists have a possible solution: They have developed a method to make polyurethane degradable. Once the original product's useful life is over,... more
Flame retardants—from plants  PHYS.ORG · 56 minutes
Flame retardants are present in thousands of everyday items, from clothing to furniture to electronics. Although these substances can help prevent fire-related injuries and deaths, they could have harmful effects on human health and the environment. Of particular concern are... more
New bioprinting method takes just a few seconds to sculpt complex tissue shapes  NEWS MEDICAL · 2 hours
Tissue engineers create artificial organs and tissues that can be used to develop and test new drugs, repair damaged tissue and even... more
Thick smoke chokes Brazil's north as Amazon fires rage  PHYS.ORG · 3 hours
Blackened tree trunks lay smoldering on the charred ground as thick smoke chokes the Amazon rainforest in Brazil, a scene of devastation that is being repeated across the "lungs of... more
Producing protein batteries for safer, environmentally friendly power storage  PHYS.ORG · 56 minutes
Proteins are good for building muscle, but their building blocks also might be helpful for building sustainable organic batteries that could someday be a viable substitute for conventional lithium-ion batteries,... more
New technique gives polyurethane waste a second life  PHYS.ORG · 56 minutes
Polyurethane is used in a wide range of materials, including paints, foam mattresses, seat cushions and insulation. These diverse applications generate large amounts of waste. A team at the University of Illinois... more
Genetic link between children’s language and poor mental health identified  NEWS MEDICAL · 2 hours
The University of York-led study examined genetic variants in six genes that are thought to contribute to language development in children. more
Researchers explain how diabetes increases cancer risk  NEWS MEDICAL · 3 hours
For years, scientists have been trying to solve a medical mystery: Why do people with type 1 or type 2 diabetes have an increased risk of developing some forms of cancer? Today, researchers report... more
Strong memories formed by "teams" of neurons firing in synchrony  NEWS MEDICAL · 3 hours
Almost everyone knows how it feels to remember things for decades on end – and also how it feels to forget where you left your car keys. The... more
Olympus Europe and Cytosurge partner to enhance pharma drug development and single cell research  NEWS MEDICAL · 36 minutes
Olympus Europe and Cytosurge have partnered in order to accelerate common innovation of next-generation tools for single cell experiments and... more
Partnership between JPK Instruments & Cytosurge - Making FluidFM available on the JPK NanoWizard AFM platform  NEWS MEDICAL · 36 minutes
Cytosurge, a Swiss company that develops and distributes scientific measuring instruments and robotic systems based on... more
Monster tumbleweed: Invasive new species is here to stay  PHYS.ORG · 2 hours
A new species of gigantic tumbleweed once predicted to go extinct is not only here to stay—it's likely to expand its territory. more
A lack of background knowledge can hinder reading comprehension  PHYS.ORG · 3 hours
The purpose of going to school is to learn, but students may find certain topics difficult to understand if they don't have the necessary background knowledge. This is one of... more
New reliable tool for evaluating the quality of hospital care for acute stroke  NEWS MEDICAL · 3 hours
The newly developed "STROKE Perception Report" is a valid and reliable tool for evaluating the quality of hospital care for acute stroke,... more
Landmark euthanasia trial opens in the Netherlands  ABC NEWS · 32 minutes
A landmark euthanasia trial has opened in the Netherlands seeking to pinpoint what to do with dementia patients who have previously stated their wish to die under certain circumstances but later might have second... more
FluidFM User Conference - Network and learn to GO BEYOND  NEWS MEDICAL · 36 minutes
The first FluidFM User Conference organized by Cytosurge has been a complete success – this was the feedback of our attendees. more
Premium partnership between Nanosurf & Cytosurge - Taking FluidFM solutions to the next level  NEWS MEDICAL · 36 minutes
Cytosurge and Nanosurf have a long-standing and successful history together in establishing FluidFM system solutions. more
CITES votes to ban trade in endangered otters  PHYS.ORG · 3 hours
Over 100 countries voted Sunday to ban the trade in the smooth-coated otter and placed it on the CITES most endangered list. more
New fast-acting skin patch efficiently delivers medication to attack melanoma cells  NEWS MEDICAL · 3 hours
Melanoma is a deadly form of skin cancer that has been increasing in the U.S. for the past 30 years. Nearly 100,000 new cases of melanoma... more
Adolescents are using a highly potent form of marijuana, study finds  NEWS MEDICAL · 4 hours
Nearly one in four Arizona teens have used a highly potent form of marijuana known as marijuana concentrate, according to a new study by Arizona State... more
Physicists' study demonstrates silicon's energy-harvesting power  nanowerk · 4 hours
Thermoelectric nanoblades could reshape how circuits are cooled, provide better way for converting waste heat. more
Banana industry on alert after disease arrives in Colombia  PHYS.ORG · 4 hours
It might not be obvious at the supermarket, but the banana industry is fighting to protect the most popular variety of the fruit from a destructive fungus. more
Salk researchers develop new gene-editing tool to target broad range of mutations, cell types  NEWS MEDICAL · 4 hours
The ability to edit genes in living organisms offers the opportunity to treat a plethora of inherited diseases. However, many... more
Hawaii or Spain? Telescope experts say it may not matter  PHYS.ORG · 4 hours
When starlight from billions of years ago zips across the universe and finally comes into focus on Earth, astronomers want their telescopes to be in the best locations... more
High above Greenland glaciers, NASA looks into melting ocean ice  PHYS.ORG · 4 hours
Skimming low over the gleaming white glaciers on Greenland's coast in a modified 1940s plane, three NASA scientists, led by an Elvis-impersonating oceanographer, waited to drop a probe... more
Vaccinating older adults against shingles is likely cost-effective in Canada  NEWS MEDICAL · 4 hours
Vaccinating older adults against shingles in Canada is likely cost-effective, according to a study in CMAJ, and the Shingrix vaccine appears to provide better protection than the Zostavax... more
Researchers target cancer's protective barrier  NEWS MEDICAL · 5 hours
Cancer cells are notorious for their camouflage work, which enables them to escape immune targeting. Now scientists are learning how to strip away the disguise and allow the immune system to do its work, by targeting cells called... more
Removing tumor's protective wall could help boost the effects of cancer treatments  NEWS MEDICAL · 4 hours
Scientists may have found a way to pull down the protective wall that surrounds tumors, potentially re-exposing them to the killing power of the... more
In the face of death, the party of a lifetime  ABC NEWS · 5 hours
When Robert Fuller found out he had throat cancer, he decided to finish out his life and then end it with fatal drugs more
Urban living leads to high cholesterol... in crows  PHYS.ORG · 3 hours
Animals that do well in urban areas tend to be the ones that learn to make use of resources such as the food humans throw away. But is our food actually good... more
Developing a blood test to spot subconcussive injuries as early as possible  NEWS MEDICAL · 4 hours
In one of the largest studies of its kind, researchers at Orlando Health are making new progress in finding ways to detect a traumatic... more
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