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DHS S&T Awards $350K to Herndon, Va. Company to Create Platform to Spur Cybersecurity Controls Information-Sharing

Posted: 03 Jan 2018 11:40 AM PST

DHS S&T has awarded 418 Intelligence Corporation of Herndon, Virginia $350,000 to develop a forecasting platform that will help critical infrastructure owners and system operators share and keep abreast of the latest developments in cybersecurity protection.

New Wichita State Homeland Security Degree Approved by Regents

Posted: 03 Jan 2018 11:05 AM PST

Newswise imageWichita State is unveiling a new online degree for students interested in Homeland Security.

An Unusual Form of Antibiotic Resistance in Pandemic Cholera

Posted: 03 Jan 2018 10:05 AM PST

Researchers at the University of Georgia have now shown that the enzyme that makes the El Tor family of V. cholerae resistant to those antibiotics has a different mechanism of action from any comparable proteins observed in bacteria so far. Understanding that mechanism better equips researchers to overcome the challenge it presents in a world with increasing antibiotic resistance. The results of this research are published in the Dec. 22, 2017 issue of the Journal of Biological Chemistry.

Scientists Discover How Parasite Hacks Into Its Victims to Seize Control of Host's Genes in Plant-to-Plant Warfare

Posted: 03 Jan 2018 10:00 AM PST

Newswise imageUnderstanding dodder's covert communications weaponry system, which operates much like a computer virus, could provide researchers with a method to engineer parasite-resistant plants.

Story Tips From the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, January 2018

Posted: 03 Jan 2018 09:05 AM PST

Newswise imageStudy identifies microbes to diagnose endometriosis without surgery; brain-inspired device can quickly classify data; neutrons "see" how water flows through fractured rock; new method could help with demand for electric vehicle charging stations; bio-based, shape-memory material could replace today's conductors; novel approach for studying material's magnetic behavior could boost quantum computing

Research Reveals 'Shocking' Weakness of Lab Courses

Posted: 03 Jan 2018 09:05 AM PST

With the new emphasis on hands-on, active learning throughout higher education, lab courses would seem to have an advantage - what could be more active than doing experiments? But surprising new research reveals traditional labs fall far short of their pedagogical goals.

Pioneering Smart Grid Technology Solves Decades Old Problematic Power Grid Phenomenon

Posted: 03 Jan 2018 08:05 AM PST

Newswise imageSandia National Laboratories and Montana Tech University have demonstrated an R&D 100 award-winning control system that smooths out inter-area oscillations using new smart grid technology in the western power grid. The new system allows utilities to push more electricity through transmission lines, leading to lower costs for utilities and consumers and greater stability for the grid.

CFN Scientist Spotlight: Gregory Doerk Guides the Self-Assembly of Materials to Make Diverse Nanoscale Patterns

Posted: 03 Jan 2018 06:00 AM PST

Newswise imageSome materials have the unique ability to self-assemble into organized molecular patterns and structures. Materials scientist Gregory Doerk of the Electronic Nanomaterials Group at the Center for Functional Nanomaterials (CFN)--a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science User Facility at Brookhaven National Laboratory--takes advantage of this ability in materials called block copolymers.

Alfalfa Loss? Annual Ryegrass Is a Win

Posted: 03 Jan 2018 06:00 AM PST

Newswise imageIn the U.S., alfalfa is grown mainly in western and northern states. The cold winters and other factors can lead to losses for farmers and forage shortages. Researchers have identified annual forage crops that can be cultivated in fields with winter-killed or terminated alfalfa.

Arctic Clouds Highly Sensitive to Air Pollution

Posted: 03 Jan 2018 06:00 AM PST

Newswise imageA study from University of Utah atmospheric scientist Tim Garrett and colleagues finds that the air in the Arctic is extraordinarily sensitive to air pollution, and that particulate matter may spur Arctic cloud formation. These clouds, Garrett writes, can act as a blanket, further warming an already-changing Arctic.

UVM Study Ranked Among 2017's Most Popular

Posted: 02 Jan 2018 01:30 PM PST

Newswise imageA University of Vermont research study, which discovered Instagram photos hold clues to aid in the early detection of depression, was one of the 20 most popular pieces of academic research in all of 2017, according to a new ranking.

New Desalination Method Offers Low Energy Alternative to Purify Salty Water

Posted: 02 Jan 2018 01:05 PM PST

Newswise imageProviding safer drinking water to those in need may be a little easier. According to Penn State researchers, a new desalination technique is able to remove salt from water using less energy than previous methods.

Michael Christman, PhD, Genomics Pioneer and President and CEO of Coriell Institute, Passes Away

Posted: 02 Jan 2018 12:30 PM PST

Newswise imageThe Coriell Institute for Medical Research is deeply saddened to announce the sudden passing of its President and CEO, Michael Christman, PhD.

Spider's Web Inspires Removable Implant to Control Type 1 Diabetes

Posted: 02 Jan 2018 12:05 PM PST

Newswise imageFor the more than 1 million Americans who live with type 1 diabetes, daily insulin injections are literally a matter of life and death. And while there is no cure, a Cornell University-led research team has developed a device that could revolutionize management of the disease.

NASA Selects Johns Hopkins APL-Led Mission to Titan for Further Development

Posted: 02 Jan 2018 10:05 AM PST

Newswise imageNASA has selected an APL proposal to send an innovative, instrumented rotorcraft to Saturn's largest moon for further development.