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Why base metabolism varies with mass

Posted: 11 Feb 2018 10:06 AM PST

A multidisciplinary team of researchers has managed to solve a puzzle that had bewildered biologists for over a century: how and why an organism's base metabolism varies depending on its mass. Base metabolism is the minimum energy that an organism consumes to stay alive.

Blood test cuts time to diagnosis for common, deadly yeast infection, national trial shows

Posted: 09 Feb 2018 02:45 PM PST

A new blood test seems to perform as well as, if not better than, traditional blood cultures at detecting candidemia, a type of fungal yeast infection that commonly strikes hospital patients. Quick detection of the infection has the potential to stop its spread and slow drug resistance.

Water filtration breakthrough using metal-organic frameworks

Posted: 09 Feb 2018 02:07 PM PST

With two billion people worldwide lacking access to clean and safe drinking water, new research may offer a breakthrough solution. Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), a next-generation material with the largest internal surface area of any known substance, can be used to capture, store and release chemical compounds -- in this case, the salt and ions in sea water.

New malleable 'electronic skin' self-healable, recyclable

Posted: 09 Feb 2018 02:07 PM PST

Researchers have developed a new type of malleable, self-healing and fully recyclable 'electronic skin' that has applications ranging from robotics and prosthetic development to better biomedical devices.

Liver cells with whole genome duplications protect against cancer, study shows

Posted: 09 Feb 2018 02:07 PM PST

Researchers have discovered that cells in the liver with whole genome duplications, known as polyploid cells, can protect the liver against cancer.

Many parents of children with disabilities don't make care plans, study finds

Posted: 09 Feb 2018 02:07 PM PST

Many parents of children with disabilities don't make advance care plans in the event of the parent's or other caretaker's death or disability, according to a new nationwide U.S. survey.

New lithium collection method could boost global supply

Posted: 09 Feb 2018 02:06 PM PST

With continual technological advancements in mobile devices and electric cars, the global demand for lithium has quickly outpaced the rate at which it can be mined or recycled, but a research team may have a solution.

Ultra-efficient removal of carbon monoxide using gold nanoparticles on a molecular support

Posted: 09 Feb 2018 07:07 AM PST

Researchers have developed a way to mount gold nanoparticles on a molecular support known as a polyoxometalate (POM). They successfully applied this to realize nearly 100% conversion of carbon monoxide (CO) over a wide temperature range, demonstrating stable performance over long periods of time. They showed how traces of water uniquely contribute to the catalyst's function, promising insight into catalysis and potential application to exhaust gas and room air purification.

Drivers of hate in the United States have distinct regional differences

Posted: 09 Feb 2018 07:07 AM PST

In a new study, geographers sought to understand the factors fueling hate across space. Their findings paint a rather grim reality of America; hate is a national phenomenon, and more complicated than they imagined. The researchers mapped the patterns of active hate groups in every US county in the year 2014, and analyzed their potential socioeconomic and ideological drivers.

Giant lava dome confirmed in Japan's Kikai Caldera

Posted: 09 Feb 2018 07:07 AM PST

Researchers have confirmed that a giant lava dome was created in the Kikai Caldera, south of Japan's main islands after the caldera-forming supereruption 7,300 years ago. The dome is in the world's largest class of post-caldera volcano, with a volume of over 32 cubic kilometers. It is possible that currently a giant magma buildup may exist under the Kikai Caldera.

New findings about why losartan is effective in treating Marfan syndrome may reshape our thinking about patient management

Posted: 09 Feb 2018 07:07 AM PST

Progressive dilation of the aortic root is considered one of the most serious manifestations of Marfan syndrome. The antihypertensive losartan is one of the two medications recommended by current guidelines attenuate the progression of this aortic enlargement, but which medication works best is still controversial. A new report confirms losartan's efficacy but finds that the underlying mechanism of action is different than previously thought, opening up new possibilities for improvements in Marfan syndrome management.

Mass production of new class of semiconductors closer to reality

Posted: 09 Feb 2018 07:07 AM PST

Chemists have made it easier for manufacturers to produce a new class of faster and cheaper semiconductors.

Workplace stress can take a toll on your brain surgeon, too

Posted: 09 Feb 2018 07:06 AM PST

A new study finds that two-thirds of neurosurgeons experience burnout during training, and stressors at work are partly to blame.

Small gold mines in Senegal create high mercury contamination

Posted: 09 Feb 2018 07:06 AM PST

A new study has found high levels of mercury and methylmercury in soils, sediments and rivers near artisanal gold mines in Senegal. Nearly every sample collected from four mining villages contained mercury levels at least ten times higher than World Health Organization and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency standards.

How liver responds so quickly to food

Posted: 09 Feb 2018 07:06 AM PST

Researchers have uncovered how the liver can have a speedy response to food; liver cells store up pre-RNA molecules involved in glucose and fat metabolism.

Stacking on the graphene

Posted: 09 Feb 2018 07:06 AM PST

Researchers have fabricated two types of trilayer graphene with different electrical properties.

How the brain constructs the world

Posted: 09 Feb 2018 07:06 AM PST

How are raw sensory signals transformed into a brain representation of the world that surrounds us? Investigators have now uncovered the contributions to perception of a brain region called posterior parietal cortex. They show that posterior parietal cortex contributes to the merging of signals from different sensory modalities, as well the formation of memories about the history of recent stimuli.

Obesity drives U.S. health care costs up by 29 percent, varies by state

Posted: 08 Feb 2018 03:03 PM PST

Recent research provides new insights on how individual states are affected by the health care costs of obesity.

Socioecological network finds space for cattle, fish, and people in the big mountain west

Posted: 08 Feb 2018 03:03 PM PST

The social and ecological systems of mountains and their river basins are best approached holistically when dealing with complex problems in natural resources management, say ecologists working with the Mountain Social Ecological Observatory Network (MntSEON).