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Specialized psychological offense treatments linked to reductions in recidivism  NEWS MEDICAL · 5 hours
A first-of-its-kind study has found that specialized psychological programs for sexual and domestic violence offenders have led to major reductions in reoffending but best results are achieved with consistent input... more
Measles back in UK three years after elimination  NEWS MEDICAL · 8 hours
The United Kingdom was declared to be free of measles infection three years back in 2016 by the World Health Organization (WHO). In a recent development, due to the increasing number of... more
Free and unlimited Lyft rides could lead to better health outcomes for older adults  NEWS MEDICAL · 9 hours
Better access to on-demand transportation could help older adults miss fewer medical appointments as well as reduce their social isolation to improve... more
Scientists discover stardust in Antarctic snow  PHYS.ORG · 16 hours
A team of scientists hauled 500 kilograms of fresh snow back from Antarctica, melted it, and sifted through the particles that remained. Their analysis yielded a surprise: The snow held significant amounts of a form of... more
A battery-free sensor for underwater exploration  SCIENCE DAILY · 18 hours
Researchers have developed a battery-free underwater communication system that uses near-zero power to transmit sensor data. The system could be used to monitor sea temperatures to study climate change and track marine life over long periods... more
Free rides could lead to better health outcomes for seniors  SCIENCE DAILY · 18 hours
Older adults are enthusiastic adopters of ridesharing technology. Access to on-demand ride sharing improves their access to health care and improves their overall quality of life. However, the... more
Book traces rise of 'free enterprise' as cornerstone of conservatism  PHYS.ORG · 19 hours
Warning of "an attack on the American free enterprise system," Lewis F. Powell Jr.'s 1971 memo is considered a turning point in American politics. more
Nicotine-free e-cigarettes can damage blood vessels  SCIENCE DAILY · 19 hours
A Penn study reveals single instance of vaping immediately leads to reduced vascular function. more
Indigenous scholars confront the power, limitations of genomics  PHYS.ORG · 20 hours
They traveled to central Illinois from Manitoba, Mexico City, Nova Scotia and 18 U.S. states, bringing expertise in a variety of fields, including anthropology, biomedical engineering, ethics, health and environmental policy, law,... more
Scientists discover star dust in Antarctic snow  PHYS.ORG · 20 hours
A team of scientists hauled 500 kilograms of fresh snow back from Antarctica, melted it, and sifted through the particles that remained. Their analysis yielded a surprise: The snow held significant amounts of a... more
Hydrogen induces high-temperature superconductivity in a monolayer material  nanowerk · 19 hours
The latest addition in exciting properties of 2D materials has been superconductivity - the complete absence of resistance at low temperatures - clearly exciting for dissipationless (low-power, heating free) electronics. Researchers hypothesized... more
Space station's data rate increase supports future exploration  PHYS.ORG · 22 hours
NASA recently doubled the rate at which data from the International Space Station returns to Earth, paving the way for similar future upgrades on Gateway, NASA's upcoming outpost in lunar orbit, and... more
A battery-free sensor for underwater exploration  MIT · 23 hours
Submerged system uses the vibration of “piezoelectric” materials to generate power and send and receive data. more
Burning invasive western juniper maintains sagebrush dominance longer  SCIENCE DAILY · 23 hours
Burning invasive western juniper increases the time -- post-fire -- that native mountain sagebrush will remain the dominant woody vegetation in the plant community by at least 44 percent compared to cutting... more
When corporations respond to terror attacks with acts of kindness—and when they don't  PHYS.ORG · 23 hours
In November 2015, when terrorists armed with firearms and explosives killed 130 people in Paris, France, a number of companies responded to... more
Caught on video: Watch the 'trash fish' of the American South vacuum up its prey  PHYS.ORG · 23 hours
The alligator gar, a toothy, narrow-snouted fish that resembles its namesake reptile, is the largest, native, freshwater predator... more
Using principles of mechanics and physics to identify state of individual cells  NEWS MEDICAL · 1 day
Researchers at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering have discovered a new way to identify the state of individual cells by bringing principles of... more
Scientists extract hydrogen gas from oil and bitumen, giving potential pollution-free energy  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
Scientists have developed a large-scale economical method to extract hydrogen (H2) from oil sands (natural bitumen) and oil fields. This can be used to... more
Research using mechanics and physics could predict diseases that 'stress out' cells  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
Researchers at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering have discovered a new way to identify the state of individual cells by bringing principles of... more
Bottles made of lignocellulose, perfumes made from apples  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
Many companies are working on materials that would be as light and resistant as plastic but at the same time fully biodegradable. What if they could be made from... rubbish? A modern,... more
Burning invasive western juniper maintains sagebrush dominance longer  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
Burning invasive western juniper increases the time—post-fire—that native mountain sagebrush will remain the dominant woody vegetation in the plant community by at least 44 percent compared to cutting juniper back, according to... more
Innovative valve train saves 20% fuel  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 days
Scientists have developed an innovative, electrohydraulically actuated valve train for internal combustion engines, that enables completely free adjustment of stroke and timing, while at the same time being robust and cost effective. This valve train was... more
Robotic tool operations bring in-space refueling closer to reality  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
NASA's Robotic Refueling Mission 3 (RRM3) completed an initial set of tool operations, bringing the idea of using water ice or methane from other worlds as fuel for spacecraft one... more
Research shows how E. coli knows where and when to begin colonizing the colon  NEWS MEDICAL · 2 days
A pair of University of Virginia School of Medicine scientists have revealed how E. coli seeks out the most oxygen-free... more
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