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BIOENGINEER.ORG 02/16/2019 09:16
Credit: Kim C, Lee JS, Han Y, et al. A first-in-human study featured in the February issue of The Journal of Nuclear Medicine reports that the novel positron emission tomography/computed tomography (PET/CT) tracer 18F-GP1 showed excellent image quality and a high detection rate for the diagnosis of acute venous thromboembolism (VTE). Well-tolerated in patients, 18F-GP1 […]
BIOENGINEER.ORG 02/16/2019 08:44
Credit: YU Shuhong Tuning the light intensity and reducing the concentration of atmospheric particulate matter (PM) in commercial buildings are both crucial to keep indoor people comfortable and healthy. While, the intelligent smart windows fabricated on the flexible transparent electrodes can change its transmittance in response to electrical or thermal stimulus to tune the light […]
BIOENGINEER.ORG 02/15/2019 18:25
High honor Credit: UT Arlington A University of Texas at Arlington researcher is developing new technology to program 2D materials so they can form complex 3D shapes and motions. Kyungsuk Yum, an assistant professor in the Materials Science and Engineering Department has been awarded a five-year, $500,000 National Science Foundation Early Career Development, or CAREER, […]
BIOENGINEER.ORG 02/15/2019 16:21
Credit: William Hawthorne Despite widespread infection, some frog populations are surviving a deadly disease that is the equivalent of mankind’s Ebola virus. The reason –genetic diversity. That’s the finding of a new study published this week in the journal Immunogenetics. Anna Savage, an assistant professor of biology at the University of Central Florida, is the […]
BIOENGINEER.ORG 02/15/2019 15:40
Elderly to feel fitter, faster and stronger Credit: The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston GALVESTON, Texas – Researchers from The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston have developed a promising drug that has proven to significantly increase muscle size, strength and metabolic state in aged mice, according to a study just published [...]
BIOENGINEER.ORG 02/15/2019 14:37
York University research may help save rapidly declining bees TORONTO, February 15, 2019 – The key to breeding disease-resistant honeybees could lie in a group of genes – known for controlling hygienic behaviour – that enable colonies to limit the spread of harmful mites and bacteria, according to genomics research conducted at York University.
BIOENGINEER.ORG 02/15/2019 14:36
Brain-computer interfaces promise to restore communication for individuals with severe speech and physical impairments. Current brain computer interfaces share many features of high-tech, conventional augmentative and alternative communication systems, but via direct brain link. Choosing the “right” brain-computer interface that maximizes reliability of the neural control signal and minimizes fatigue and frustration is critical. Jonathan […]
BIOENGINEER.ORG 02/15/2019 13:48
Food regulations targeted at reducing obesity make a positive impact on those most likely to purchase the family’s food – mothers. A study conducted jointly by researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Gillings School of Global Public Health, Diego Portales University, and University of Chile found that Chilean mothers understood and […]
BIOENGINEER.ORG 02/15/2019 13:17
Dance video shows ‘unsociable’ particles becoming ‘joyful’ pairs Scientific research can be a lonely pursuit. And for Pramodh Senarath Yapa, a physicist at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada, even the subject of his research is lonely: singleton electrons wandering through superconducting material. “Superconductivity relies on lone electrons pairing up when cooled below a […]
BIOENGINEER.ORG 02/15/2019 13:16
Credit: Dan Addison | University Communications One of the great mysteries of neuroscience may finally have an answer: Scientists at the University of Virginia School of Medicine have identified a potential explanation for the mysterious death of specific brain cells seen in Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and other neurodegenerative diseases.
BIOENGINEER.ORG 02/15/2019 13:13
Study could help identify patients with glioblastoma who are most likely to respond to immunotherapy. NEW YORK, NY (February 15, 2019)– Columbia researchers have learned why some glioblastomas–the most common type of brain cancer–respond to immunotherapy. The findings could help identify patients who are most likely to benefit from treatment with immunotherapy drugs and lead […]
BIOENGINEER.ORG 02/15/2019 12:57
Credit: Lancaster University Lancaster University is sharing in a €4m project to use gaming technology to improve the care of both adults and children with cancer. The project – called “MyPal: Fostering Palliative Care of Adults and Children with Cancer through Advanced Patient Reported Outcome Systems” funded by EU Horizon 2020, has 16 partners in […]
BIOENGINEER.ORG 02/15/2019 12:54
Scientists present an analysis of source apportion of BC into the atmosphere throughout the Arctic in different seasons Credit: Tomsk Polytechnic University Scientists from seven countries, including Austria, the Netherlands and five key Arctic states (Russia, USA, Canada, Norway, and Sweden) – participants of the International Arctic Science Committee (IASC) published an article on the [...]

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