May 25, 2024

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How to Use Hypothermia to Treat a Stroke

Justin Salerian knows a thing or two about thermodynamics, lab animals, and the urban legends surrounding icy rivers. That sounds like a random assortment of knowledge, but, as the current

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Safe Travels, Boaty McBoatface!

Boaty McBoatface is off on its maiden voyage. The autonomous underwater vehicle left Punta Arenas, Chile on March 17 and headed to the Orkney Passage to help scientists from the University of Southampton

Our canine companions really understand us

Man’s best friend has helped out his human scientists pals yet again — this time with research that confirms dogs’ ability to process speech. The study, which will be released in Science on

scientists, protein, folding

Beating Scientists at their own Game

When scientists want to design a new drug – say, one that combats the invasive proteins of HIV – they need to design new proteins to work inside the human

Measles eliminated in the Americas

The Americas is the first region on the planet to have eliminated measles, an international committee from the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO) announced on Wednesday.  Measles is

3D-Printing Cartilage

Researchers at the National Meeting & Exposition of the American Chemical Society announced earlier this year that another medical material can now be produced with 3-D printing: cartilage. The researchers’

New Alzheimer’s drug clears brain gunk

A clinical trial for a new Alzheimer’s drug called aducanumab released promising results today.  The drug fights one of the underlying causes of the disease: amyloid proteins.  These proteins coalesce

Does Earth Have a Habitable Neighbor?

Lately, Mars has been all the rage. From the soon to be released six-part mini-series Mars by Ron Howard and Brian Grazer to Matt Damon growing a potato farm on

Juno Probe Enters Orbit

Amid crackling fireworks and sizzling Fourth of July sparklers, another cheer erupted at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California at 11:53 p.m. EDT yesterday.  The team received a message

How to Use Hypothermia to Treat a Stroke

Justin Salerian knows a thing or two about thermodynamics, lab animals, and the urban legends surrounding icy rivers. That sounds like a random assortment of knowledge, but, as the current

Remove term: antarctica antarcticaRemove term: boaty mcboatface, boaty mcboatface

Safe Travels, Boaty McBoatface!

Boaty McBoatface is off on its maiden voyage. The autonomous underwater vehicle left Punta Arenas, Chile on March 17 and headed to the Orkney Passage to help scientists from the University of Southampton

Our canine companions really understand us

Man’s best friend has helped out his human scientists pals yet again — this time with research that confirms dogs’ ability to process speech. The study, which will be released in Science on

scientists, protein, folding

Beating Scientists at their own Game

When scientists want to design a new drug – say, one that combats the invasive proteins of HIV – they need to design new proteins to work inside the human

Measles eliminated in the Americas

The Americas is the first region on the planet to have eliminated measles, an international committee from the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO) announced on Wednesday.  Measles is

3D-Printing Cartilage

Researchers at the National Meeting & Exposition of the American Chemical Society announced earlier this year that another medical material can now be produced with 3-D printing: cartilage. The researchers’

New Alzheimer’s drug clears brain gunk

A clinical trial for a new Alzheimer’s drug called aducanumab released promising results today.  The drug fights one of the underlying causes of the disease: amyloid proteins.  These proteins coalesce

Does Earth Have a Habitable Neighbor?

Lately, Mars has been all the rage. From the soon to be released six-part mini-series Mars by Ron Howard and Brian Grazer to Matt Damon growing a potato farm on

Juno Probe Enters Orbit

Amid crackling fireworks and sizzling Fourth of July sparklers, another cheer erupted at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California at 11:53 p.m. EDT yesterday.  The team received a message

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