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Rewritable Wires Could Mean No More Obsolete Circuitry

Posted: 10 Jan 2018 10:25 AM PST

Newswise imageAn electric field switches the conductivity on and off in atomic-scale channels, which could allow for upgrades at will.

Immunotherapy Highly Effective in Treatment of Rare Skin Cancer, Study Finds

Posted: 10 Jan 2018 10:05 AM PST

Newswise imageIn a UCLA-led study, more than two-thirds of people with a rare type of melanoma responded positively to treatment with anti-PD-1 immunotherapies.

Astronomers Peer Into the Lair of a Mysterious Source of Cosmic Radio Bursts

Posted: 10 Jan 2018 10:00 AM PST

Newswise imageUsing two of the world's largest radio telescopes, an international team of astronomers has gained new insights into the extreme home of a mysterious source of cosmic radio bursts. The discovery suggests that the source of the radio emission lies near a massive black hole or within an extremely powerful nebula, and may help shed light on what is causing these strange bursts.

Research Outlines the Interconnected Benefits of Urban Agriculture

Posted: 10 Jan 2018 10:00 AM PST

a team of researchers led by Arizona State University and Google has assessed the value of urban agriculture and quantified its benefits at global scale. They report their findings in "A Global Geospatial Ecosystems Services Estimate of Urban Agriculture," in the current issue of Earth's Future.

Fast Radio Bursts 'Twists and Shouts' Help Scientists Determine Source of Cosmic Blasts

Posted: 10 Jan 2018 10:00 AM PST

An international group of astronomers has found that the Cornell University-discovered fast radio burst FRB 121102 - a brief, gigantic pulse of radio waves from 3 billion light years away - passes through a veil of magnetized plasma. This causes the cosmic blasts to "shout and twist," which will help the scientists determine the source.

TSRI Scientists Discover Workings of First Promising Marburg Virus Treatment

Posted: 10 Jan 2018 09:00 AM PST

Newswise imageScientists at The Scripps Research Institute have discovered the workings of the first promising treatment for Marburg virus, a pathogen with the same pandemic potential as Ebola virus.

Applications Open to Participate in First IFTNEXT Food Disruption Challenge

Posted: 10 Jan 2018 08:05 AM PST

Applications to participate in the Institute of Food Technologist's (IFT) inaugural IFTNEXT Food Disruption Challenge competition opened today and will remain open through February 8, 2018. The IFTNEXT Food Disruption Challenge is a competition designed to help emerging and investment-ready food companies advance the science of food and its positive impact on our global food supply.

Filtering Water Better than Nature

Posted: 10 Jan 2018 08:05 AM PST

Newswise imageWater passes through human-made straws faster than the "gold standard" protein, allowing us to filter seawater.

Epileptic Seizures and Depression May Share a Common Genetic Cause, Study Suggests

Posted: 10 Jan 2018 07:45 AM PST

Newswise imageFrom the time of Hippocrates, physicians have suspected a link between epilepsy and depression. Now, for the first time, scientists at Rutgers University-New Brunswick and Columbia University have found evidence that seizures and mood disorders such as depression may share the same genetic cause in some people with epilepsy, which may lead to better screening and treatment to improve patients' quality of life.

Black Hole Breakthrough: New Insight Into Mysterious Jets

Posted: 10 Jan 2018 07:05 AM PST

Advanced simulations created with one of the world's most powerful supercomputers show the jets' streams gradually change direction in the sky, or precess, as a result of space-time being dragged into the rotation of the black hole.

Dark Energy Survey Publicly Releases First Three Years of Data

Posted: 10 Jan 2018 07:05 AM PST

Newswise imageScientists on the Dark Energy Survey (DES), including astronomers from the University of Portsmouth, have today released their first three years of data. This first major release of data from the survey includes information on more than 400 million astronomical objects, including distant galaxies billions of light years away as well as stars in our own galaxy.

New Oxide and Semiconductor Combination Builds New Device Potential

Posted: 10 Jan 2018 07:05 AM PST

Researchers at Yale University have now grown a 2DEG system on gallium arsenide, a semiconductor that's efficient in absorbing and emitting light. This development is promising for new electronic devices that interact with light, such as new kinds of transistors, superconducting switches and gas sensors.

NYC Health Department IDs 10 Outbreaks of Foodborne Illness Using Yelp Reviews Since 2012

Posted: 10 Jan 2018 06:05 AM PST

The NYC Health Department announced that since 2012, 10 outbreaks of foodborne illness were identified through a computer system jointly created with Columbia University's Department of Computer Science. Launched in 2012, the computer system tracks foodborne illnesses based on certain keywords that appear in Yelp restaurant reviews. This strategy has helped Health Department staff identify approximately 1,500 complaints of foodborne illness in New York City each year, for a total of 8,523 since July 2012.

Department of Defense Funds Autism Research at Montefiore to Examine Effect of Cannabis Compound on Irritability and Repetitive Behaviors

Posted: 10 Jan 2018 06:05 AM PST

The Department of Defense (DOD) has awarded $1.3 million to fund autism research at Montefiore

Robotic Weeders: To a Farm Near You?

Posted: 10 Jan 2018 06:00 AM PST

Newswise imageThe future of weeding is here, and it comes in the form of a robot. Specialty crops such as lettuce, broccoli, tomatoes, and onions may be the first to benefit.

Facebook Live Tech Talk: Lost Person Locator: Tools for Search and Rescue

Posted: 10 Jan 2018 05:05 AM PST

Newswise imageJoin S&T's Dr. Angela Ervin and dbs Productions' Bob Koester on Jan. 25 at 2 p.m. EST for a Facebook Live Tech Talk on the Lost Person Locator suite of SAR resources.

Further Reducing Injections of Oilfield Wastewater Underground Can Prevent Larger Earthquakes

Posted: 10 Jan 2018 04:05 AM PST

Newswise imageThe new study shows that locations that experienced earthquakes are tied in proximity and timeliness to mass waste water injection sites. Further, the study indicates that tracking annual data on the injection well locations can help predict how corresponding earthquake activity will change. This new finding builds on previous studies showing that earthquake activity increases when wastewater injections increase.

Missouri S&T Doctoral Student Enlists Drones to Detect Unexploded Landmines Through Changes in Plant Health

Posted: 09 Jan 2018 05:05 PM PST

Newswise imageFrom U.S. Navy laboratories to battlefields in Afghanistan, researchers are lining up to explore the use of unmanned aerial vehicles to detect unexploded landmines. At Missouri University of Science and Technology, civil engineering doctoral student Paul Manley is enlisting a third variable --plant health -- to see if drones can be used to more safely locate such weapons of destruction.

New Tipping Point Prediction Model Offers Insights to Diminishing Bee Colonies

Posted: 09 Jan 2018 04:05 PM PST

Newswise imageA new method to predict tipping points - the moment at which sudden change occurs in complex networked systems - may offer insights that prevent colony collapse disorder (CCD), a phenomenon in which the majority of worker bees in a colony disappear, threatening the agricultural economy at a global level.

Scouting the Eagles: Proof That Protecting Nests Aids Reproduction

Posted: 09 Jan 2018 04:00 PM PST

Newswise imageReproduction among bald eagles in a remote national park in Minnesota was aided when their nests were protected from human disturbance, according to a study published today (Jan. 9, 2018) in the Journal of Applied Ecology.

Machine Learning Provides a Bridge to the Texture of the Quantum World

Posted: 09 Jan 2018 02:05 PM PST

Newswise imageMachine learning and neural networks are the foundation of artificial intelligence and image recognition, but now they offer a bridge to see and recognize exotic insulating phases in quantum materials.

Toxicological Sciences Celebrates 20 Years

Posted: 09 Jan 2018 02:05 PM PST

January 2018 issue of SOT journal honors the publication's 20-year history and features the newest, groundbreaking research in toxicology.

Ingredients for Life Revealed in Meteorites That Fell to Earth

Posted: 09 Jan 2018 02:05 PM PST

Newswise imageA detailed study of blue salt crystals found in two meteorites that crashed to Earth - which included X-ray experiments at Berkeley Lab - found that they contain both liquid water and a mix of complex organic compounds including hydrocarbons and amino acids.

A Rare Quantum State Realized in a New Material

Posted: 09 Jan 2018 02:05 PM PST

Newswise imageA revolutionary material harbors magnetism and massless electrons that travel near the speed of light--for future ultrasensitive, high-efficiency electronics and sensors.

S&T Helps Create the Standards Next USCG Cutter Polar Ice Breaker

Posted: 09 Jan 2018 01:45 PM PST

Newswise imageS&T's Office of Standards understood the need to gather in-depth data to determine how to construct the next-generation icebreaker. To do that, they needed to see, first hand, how changes to the current construct reacted to ice.