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A group of biomedical engineers from the University of Connecticut have invented a scaffold of non-toxic polymer that also generates a controllable electrical field to encourage bone growth. The researchers published a paper in Nano Energy after usin
The COVID-19 pandemic could be resolved in 30 days for about $2 per person, simply by taking affirmative action to raise vitamin D levels among the general public
Professor Thomas Leech's work was considered so significant that United States defence chiefs said that if the project had been completed before the end of the war it could have played a role as effective as that of the atom bomb. Details of th
Severely colorblind man, 44, breaks down in tears as he sees a rainbow of vivid colors for the very first time while wearing special $350 glasses given to him by his sons for Father's Day
When it comes to broken bones, the children of generation Z may never have to deal with the itching that comes from wearing a cast--an all-too-familiar scenario for both kids and adults healing from accidents.
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"You know, it doesn't matter if you get the illness if you're going to fully recover and be fine from it. That is what people must understand. For younger, healthier people, there's not a high risk from this disease at all."
The thin, slippery layer of cartilage between the bones in the knee is magical stuff: strong enough to withstand a person's weight, but supple enough to cushion the joint during impact from decades of use.
Tesla is very close to having the Level 5 autonomous driving technology that doesn't require human input, chief executive Elon Musk said in a video message to the World Artificial Intelligence Conference (WAIC) in Shanghai on Thursday.
Symptomatic improvement after treatment was reported for each patient consisting of first improvement, mostly better, and completely better.
Higher levels of humanin, a peptide encoded in the small genome of the mitochondria, in the body is linked to longer lifespans and better health.
Today's information technology relies on electronics that consumes a huge amount of energy, the electrons within electric currents can also transfer a form of angular momentum called spin.
Canadian researchers at the Advanced Laser Light Source (ALLS) facility at INRS, generated 300 terawatt laser pulses (3 joules for a 10-femtosecond pulse).
Peak laser intensity demonstrations have occurred on specific Nd:glass-based lasers:
Impressive new work from an international team of scientists has demonstrated a potential way to restore vision in those suffering from degenerative diseases of the retina.
Multiple studies have now concluded that masks are not only ineffective but they in fact offer a disadvantage to those who choose to wear them.
...Parts for Use In 'Humanized Mice' Creation."
The resolution amplification out at the gravitational lens would be mammoth compared to large telescopes near to Earth. There is a need for both. Having 100 meter or multi-kilometer telescopes on the moon or at LaGrange points would be useful for low
Ideally, the body is protected from damaging radiation before it reaches us, by shielding materials or clothing.
One of the many deteriorative effects of aging in humans is a decline in immune system function, which invites a whole host of other risks including vulnerability to infectious diseases.
If the findings are true, that's really great news.
A "concept incubator" envisages a dystopian future where babies are grown inside sophisticated electronic pods which completely replace the womb and pregnancy.
Perovskite is emerging as a promising material for solar cells, but it has some durability problems. Now, engineers have developed a new electrode that could make them more stable, using a protective layer of "graphene armor."
...Higher Rate of Sickness, 470% Increase in Autism
Researchers from the UK and Switzerland have found a mathematical means of helping regulators and business police Artificial Intelligence systems' biases towards making unethical, and potentially very costly and damaging choices.
... After Putting It On
A new study from Yale University published in JAMA Internal Medicine seems to suggest that the number of U.S. deaths that have occurred as a result of the coronavirus have been "substantially undercounted".
Bloomberg New Energy Finance (NEF) forecasted in the Electric Vehicle Outlook 2020 that battery pack prices will get below $100/kWh in 2024 and reach $61/kwh in 2030.
Scientists attending the International Conference on Emerging Nuclear Energy Systems in Bali, Indonesia, were excited by ThorCon CEO Lars Jorgensen's presentation of the design of the TMSR-500 liquid fission power plant.