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BIOENGINEER.ORG 04/25/2019 18:37
Researchers from Queen Mary University of London studied the effectiveness of one of the largest ever national quality improvement programmes in the National Health Service (NHS) and found no improvement in patient survival. The overall risk of death after inpatient surgery within the NHS is one in 65. However, one in ten patients undergoing emergency […]
BIOENGINEER.ORG 04/25/2019 18:14
Overexploitation and population collapse pose significant threats to marine fish stocks across the globe. While certain fish populations have already collapsed, research indicates that nearly one third of fisheries worldwide are currently impacted by overharvesting. In “Meeting Yield and Conservation Objectives by Harvesting Both Juveniles and Adults,” published in The American Naturalist, Niklas L.P. Lundström, […]
BIOENGINEER.ORG 04/25/2019 17:52
Credit: NASA/NOAA/ University of Wisconsin – Madison, SSES-CIMSS, William Straka III Mozambique is still recovering from deadly Tropical Cyclone Idai, and a second powerful tropical cyclone has now made landfall in the country. As NASA-NOAA’s Suomi NPP satellite passed over the Southern Indian Ocean, it captured an infrared image of Tropical Cyclone Kenneth making landfall […]
BIOENGINEER.ORG 04/25/2019 17:21
Credit: Argonne National Laboratory Scientists find surprising way to affect information storage properties in metal alloy. Sometimes scientific discoveries can be found along well-trodden paths. That proved the case for a cobalt-iron alloy material commonly found in hard disk drives. As reported in a recent issue of Physical Review Letters, researchers from the U.S. Department […]
BIOENGINEER.ORG 04/25/2019 17:03
Credit: Sarah Bird/Michigan Tech If you have a new or late model car, most likely it’s connected: GPS navigation, that infotainment panel, the wireless network your car creates — they’re all ways for your car to provide information, whether it’s to give you directions, ping other vehicles, or to check in with infrastructure like traffic [...]
BIOENGINEER.ORG 04/25/2019 16:55
Credit: Dr Michelle McDonald An international team of scientists has uncovered the unique set of genes that keeps some cancer cells dormant. Led by Associate Professor Tri Phan and Professor Peter Croucher at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research in Australia, in collaboration with Professor Ido Amit at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel, […]
BIOENGINEER.ORG 04/25/2019 16:33
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – For men and women affected with antiphospholipid syndrome (APS), blood thinners are the main treatment option. “Unfortunately, treatment with blood thinners does not prevent all cases of blood clotting in APS,” says Jason Knight, M.D., Ph.D., an assistant professor of rheumatology at Michigan Medicine. APS is an autoimmune condition characterized by […]
BIOENGINEER.ORG 04/25/2019 15:33
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Why are people afraid to use the term “disability”? “Attempts to avoid the use of the word ‘disability’ and couch discussions in positive terminology or euphemisms can have unintended consequences,” says Carrie Pilarski, Ph.D., an assistant professor of clinical psychology in the Michigan Medicine Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. “Avoiding […]
BIOENGINEER.ORG 04/25/2019 15:25
‘Cook your Wash’ campaign reduces risk of HIV transmission Credit: Schulich Medicine & Dentistry LONDON, ON – New studies from Lawson Health Research Institute and Western University have found for the first time that HIV can be transmitted through the sharing of equipment used to prepare drugs before injection and that a simple intervention – [...]
BIOENGINEER.ORG 04/25/2019 15:19
Published work paves the way for further research into the potential of graphene TROY, N.Y. — By studying how electrons in two-dimensional graphene can literally act like a liquid, researchers have paved the way for further research into a material that has the potential to enable future electronic computing devices that outpace silicon transistors.
BIOENGINEER.ORG 04/25/2019 15:08
Credit: Professor Ian Young Extreme ocean winds and wave heights are increasing around the globe, with the largest rise occurring in the Southern Ocean, University of Melbourne research shows. Researchers Ian Young and Agustinus Ribal, from the University’s Department of Infrastructure Engineering, analysed wind speed and wave height measurements taken from 31 different satellites between […]
BIOENGINEER.ORG 04/25/2019 15:05
Credit: Jacqueline Deen (CC BY 4.0) Communicable diseases including dengue continue to be major causes of morbidity and mortality in the Philippines. Now, researchers reporting in PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases have reviewed 60 years of published literature on dengue in the country to identify trends in previous studies and areas where more research is needed. […]
BIOENGINEER.ORG 04/25/2019 15:02
Credit: America’s Wildlife Values research team Abundant and healthy wildlife populations are a cultural and ecological treasure in the United States. Over time, however, the decisions about how agencies manage wildlife have become highly contested: How should managers handle human-wildlife conflict, endangered species restoration and predator control? A new 50-state study on America’s Wildlife Values […]
BIOENGINEER.ORG 04/25/2019 14:56
New paper in Science by U of T Engineering research team charts a road map for displacing fossil fuels in the production of plastics, clothing and more Credit: Tyler Irving, U of T Engineering Fossil fuels are the backbone of the global petrochemicals industry, which provides the world’s growing population with fuels, plastics, clothing, fertilizers [...]
BIOENGINEER.ORG 04/25/2019 14:50
Most people think of optimism as a good thing – a positive outlook in challenging circumstances. But in reality, it’s a psychological state that can be “contagious” in a bad way. A new study, published in the journal Psycho-Oncology, details how a seriously ill patient’s optimism can impact a clinician’s survival prognosis in palliative care […]
BIOENGINEER.ORG 04/25/2019 14:49
Comprehensive tumor profiling promises new therapeutic options for patients with advanced cancer The WINTHER trial***, NCT01856296, led by investigators from Vall d’Hebron Institute of Oncology – VHIO (Spain), Chaim Sheba Medical Center (Israel) (Raanan Berger), Gustave Roussy (France) (Jean-Charles Soria), Centre Léon Bérard (France) (Pierre Saintigny), Segal Cancer Centre, McGill University (Canada) (Wilson H. Miller), [...]
BIOENGINEER.ORG 04/25/2019 14:42
Grover Swartzlander earns Phase II award from NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts program Scientists have been floating designs for solar sails to propel spacecraft for decades, but a new approach being developed by a Rochester Institute of Technology professor could be the key to helping spacecraft photograph the poles of the sun for the first time.
BIOENGINEER.ORG 04/25/2019 14:39
The longevity of Earth’s continents in the face of destructive tectonic activity is an essential geologic backdrop for the emergence of life on our planet Credit: Courtesy of the Gemological Institute of America. Washington, DC– The longevity of Earth’s continents in the face of destructive tectonic activity is an essential geologic backdrop for the emergence […]

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