Antibody fragment-nanoparticle therapeutic eradicates gastric cancer, shows research

A novel cancer therapeutic, combining antibody fragments with molecularly engineered nanoparticles, permanently eradicated gastric cancer in treated mice, a multi-institutional team of researchers found......»»

Category: topSource:  pcmagMar 16th, 2023

Researchers develop online hate speech "shockwave" formula

A George Washington University research team has created a novel formula that demonstrates how, why, and when hate speech spreads throughout social media. The researchers put forth a first-principles dynamical theory that explores a new realm of phys.....»»

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Research shows real-world value of strategy courses for MBA students

More than 100,000 Master of Business Administration students graduate each year in the United States, and all of them take at least one strategy course. Even so, little is known about the effects of the degree's most popular course offering......»»

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Preliminary evidence of anticoagulant rodenticide exposure in American kestrels in the Western US

American kestrels are a beloved raptor species experiencing a troubling decline, and our use of rodenticides is not helping. According to a new study published in the Journal of Raptor Research, adult kestrels sampled in and around the Salt Lake City.....»»

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Using social media cherry blossom images and AI to track climate patterns

New research by Monash University experts has tracked Japanese hanami (flower viewing) via social media images, producing an unprecedented map of cherry blossoms across Japan to document their annual bloom and calculate its peak in major cities......»»

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Early Apple Vision Pro neurological research helps it predict when you"ll click

Apple Vision Pro involved a lot of neuroscience to develop some of its key features, according to a former Apple engineer, with it relying on various tricks to determine what a person could be about to do in the interface.The main interface of Apple'.....»»

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Where to watch all the Transformers movies and TV shows

Before Transformers: Rise of the Beasts hits theaters, catch up on the essential Transformers movies and TV shows......»»

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Interdisciplinary team tracks the fate of plastic waste in the North Sea

The dispersal pathways of plastic waste in the southern North Sea have been investigated by an interdisciplinary research team led by the University of Oldenburg. A key part of the "Macroplastics" project was the participation of citizens. The volunt.....»»

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Team develops magnetic microrobots with folate to promote targeted drug delivery to cancer cells

The limited ability of microrobots to assist drugs in entering cells hinders their therapeutic efficacy. To address this, a research team, reporting in Cyborg and Bionic Systems, has introduced the cancer-targeting molecule folic acid (FA) to microro.....»»

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Researchers create tool to improve the forecasting of extreme rain events

Driven by global warming, the emerging climate crisis has in recent years included a rise in the frequency and intensity of extreme rain events, leading to loss of life and of property. A new research study, led by Dr. Assaf Hochman and by doctoral s.....»»

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USDA researches New England"s ability to be self-reliant in food production

Rarely do we ever know how much food is actually grown, produced, and then circulated from within a sub-national region. But researchers at the U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Agricultural Research Service (ARS) recently participated in a cro.....»»

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"Managing your boss" can lead to good working relationships with managers, research reveals

Research from Florida International University's College of Business (FIU Business) shows that a key way to foster trust, loyalty and better results in the workplace involves employees learning how to manage their bosses......»»

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Study shows need for more female STEM leadership

Despite efforts to diversify the fields of science, technology, engineering and math, new research from the University of Georgia suggests that women remain underrepresented in STEM fields in federal jobs......»»

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Disks, spikes and clouds: A peek into a black hole"s back yard

The first direct detection of gravitational waves in 2015 has opened a new window on the universe, enabling in particular the observation of the merger of pairs of massive black holes. This young field of research has matured very quickly, and by now.....»»

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Catalysis under the microscope is more complex than expected, shows new study

Catalysts composed from tiny metal particles play an important role in many areas of technology—from fuel cells to production of synthetic fuels for energy storage. The exact behavior of catalysts depends, however, on many fine details and their in.....»»

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Native populations survived the Younger Dryas by switching from big game to fishing

Research led by the Department of Anthropology at the University of Alaska in Fairbanks has delved into the freshwater fishing practices of ancient Native Americans. In the paper, "Freshwater and anadromous fishing in Ice Age Beringia," published in.....»»

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Australian mother thanks "science" for child murder pardon

An Australian mother convicted of killing her children claimed a "victory for science" on Tuesday after an unexpected research breakthrough helped win her freedom after 20 years in prison......»»

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Research reveals ants inflict pain with neurotoxins

University of Queensland researchers have shown for the first time that some of the world's most painful ant stings target nerves, like snake and scorpion venom. This research is published in Nature Communications......»»

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With AI trending, cooling solutions are also receiving attention

In the face of a global demand slowdown, AI remains a hot topic and gradually shows its importance across all industries. However, with computing power continuously expanding and data storage access increasingly frequent, the issue of power consumpti.....»»

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Cell-membrane coated nanoparticles light up two cancer biomarkers at once to give more complete picture of tumor

Cancer surgeons may soon have a more complete view of tumors during surgery, thanks to new imaging agents that can illuminate multiple biomarkers at once, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign researchers report. The fluorescent nanoparticles, wrap.....»»

Category: topSource:  physorgRelated NewsJun 5th, 2023