-->
ROOM ZKE
USAComment.com
Zicutake USA Comment | Search Articles



#History (Education) #Satellite report #Arkansas #Tech #Poker #Language and Life #Critics Cinema #Scientific #Hollywood #Future #Conspiracy #Curiosity #Washington
 Smiley face
PROXY LIST

[Calculate SHA256 hash]
 Smiley face
Zicutake BROWSER
 Smiley face Encryption Text and HTML
Aspect Ratio Calculator
[HTML color codes]
 Smiley face Conversion to JavaScript
[download YouTube videos in MP4, FLV, 3GP, and many more formats]

 Smiley face Mining Satoshi | Payment speed
CALCULATOR DIMENSIONS AND RECTANGLE

 Smiley face
CREATE ADDRESS BITCOIN
Online BitTorrent Magnet Link Generator
[PERCENTAGE CALCULATOR]
JOURNAL WORLD:

SEARCH +8 MILLIONS OF LINKS ZICUTAKE STATE

#Science

#Science


Dodo's violent death revealed

Posted: 21 Apr 2018 03:05 PM PDT

The famous Oxford Dodo died after being shot in the back of the head, according to new research. Using revolutionary forensic scanning technology and world-class expertise, researchers have discovered surprising evidence that the Oxford Dodo was shot in the neck and back of the head with a shotgun.

Large Candida auris outbreak linked to multi-use thermometers in UK ICU

Posted: 21 Apr 2018 05:57 AM PDT

Outbreaks of the fungal pathogen Candida auris in healthcare settings, particularly in intensive care units (ICUs), may be linked to multi-use patient equipment, such as thermometers, according to new research.

New infection prevention tool improve transparency and standardization of practice

Posted: 21 Apr 2018 05:57 AM PDT

Researchers developed a new color-coded visual tool called Infection Risk Scan, or IRIS, which is set to make it easier for healthcare workers to measure in which areas a hospital complies with guidelines and where it needs to implement measures to improve infection control and the use antimicrobial therapies, according to new research.

West Nile virus reemerged and spread to new areas in Greece in 2017

Posted: 21 Apr 2018 05:57 AM PDT

West Nile virus (WNV), which is transmitted via mosquito bites, reemerged and spread to new territories of Greece in 2017 following a two-year hiatus in reported human cases, according to new findings. Greece provides the appropriate ecological and climatic conditions for WNV circulation. The virus has been established in Greece and disease transmission may continue in the future.

Scientists discover gene controlling genetic recombination rates

Posted: 21 Apr 2018 05:57 AM PDT

Genetic recombination is vital to natural selection, yet some species display far more crossover than others. Scientists have discovered a gene in fruit flies that is responsible for the evolution of these recombination rates.

Measles serious threat for babies, toddlers, unvaccinated youths

Posted: 21 Apr 2018 05:57 AM PDT

The vast majority of measles cases in Europe were reported in unvaccinated patients, and children younger than two years old were at a higher risk of dying from measles than older patients, according to new research.

E. coli's internal bomb may provide novel target for treatment strategy

Posted: 21 Apr 2018 05:57 AM PDT

Bacteria's internal bomb, the so-called toxin-antitoxin (TA) system that is part of the normal bacterial makeup, may be triggered to make bacteria turn on themselves, providing a valuable target for novel antimicrobial approaches in drug design, according to new research.

How social networking sites may discriminate against women

Posted: 20 Apr 2018 02:06 PM PDT

Using the photo-sharing site Instagram as a test case, researchers demonstrate how two common recommendation algorithms amplify a network effect known as homophily in which similar or like-minded people cluster together. They further show how algorithms turned loose on a network with homophily effectively make women less visible; they found that the women in their dataset, whose photos were slightly less likely to be 'liked' or commented on, became even less popular once recommendation algorithms were introduced.

Tiny microenvironments in the ocean hold clues to global nitrogen cycle

Posted: 20 Apr 2018 02:06 PM PDT

A new study shows that nitrogen-feeding organisms exist all over the deep ocean, and not just in large oxygen-depleted 'dead zones,' changing the way we think about the delicate nitrogen cycle.

Fungus: The good, the bad and their fortuitous differences

Posted: 20 Apr 2018 02:06 PM PDT

Genetic differences between two very similar fungi, one that led to Quorn™, the proprietary meat substitute, and another that ranks among the world's most damaging crop pathogens, have exposed the significant features that dictate the pair's very different lifestyles, features that promise targets for controlling disease.

Animal study connects fear behavior, rhythmic breathing, brain smell center

Posted: 20 Apr 2018 02:05 PM PDT

There's increasing physiological evidence connecting breathing patterns with the brain regions that control mood and emotion. Now researchers have added neurons associated with the olfactory system to the connection between behavior and breathing. Connecting patterns in these interactions may help explain why practices such as meditation and yoga that rely on rhythmic breathing can help people overcome anxiety-based illnesses.

What's in a name? Researchers track PTSD's many identities during war

Posted: 20 Apr 2018 02:05 PM PDT

Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) has been associated with military activities for as long as wars have been fought -- but this disorder was only named in the 1980s. A new article documents a different kind of war -- a war of words -- that has been fought over the name of the disorder, and may have slowed clinical and scientific progress on the disorder.

Path to a new era of microelectronics

Posted: 20 Apr 2018 02:05 PM PDT

A new microchip technology capable of optically transferring data could solve a severe bottleneck in current devices by speeding data transfer and reducing energy consumption by orders of magnitude, according to a new article.

Students learn Italian playing Assassin's Creed video game

Posted: 20 Apr 2018 10:14 AM PDT

A professor has used video games to teach Italian, allowing his students to master two semesters worth of language acquisition through one intensive class for students new to the Italian language.

Grassland plants react unexpectedly to high levels of carbon dioxide

Posted: 20 Apr 2018 10:14 AM PDT

Plants are responding in unexpected ways to increased carbon dioxide in the air, according to a 20-year study.

Smarter fiber data transmission doubles capacity to the home

Posted: 20 Apr 2018 09:28 AM PDT

Researchers have developed data transmission techniques that can double or even triple the data transmission capacity of existing fiber to the home connections. Enjoying this increase requires you to upgrade your modem. But even if only your neighbors do, you can get a higher data capacity as well.

Genomics study in Africa: Demographic history and deleterious mutations

Posted: 20 Apr 2018 09:28 AM PDT

Scientists set out to understand how the demographic changes associated with the Neolithic transition also influenced the efficacy of natural selection. By comparing the genome diversity of more than 300 individuals from groups of forest hunter-gatherers (pygmies) and farmers (Bantu-speaking peoples), from western and eastern Central Africa, they discovered that the reason pygmies did not suffer from excessive deleterious mutations was because of their genetic diversity and their admixture with the Bantu peoples.

Fat cells seem to remember unhealthy diet

Posted: 20 Apr 2018 09:28 AM PDT

Fat cells can be damaged in a short amount of time when they are exposed to the fatty acid palmitate or the hormone TNF-alpha through a fatty diet, a new study shows. The researchers hope this new knowledge may be used to develop new preventive strategies for diabetes.

Insecticide resistance in a major malaria vector

Posted: 20 Apr 2018 09:28 AM PDT

Researchers have shown the rapid selection of a novel P450 enzyme leading to insecticide resistance in a major malaria vector.

Immune diversity among the KhoeSan population

Posted: 20 Apr 2018 09:28 AM PDT

By analyzing genes of two distinct groups of the KhoeSan, investigators were able to find a level of diversity and divergence in immune cell repertoires much higher than identified in any other population.

New theory shows how strain makes for better catalysts

Posted: 20 Apr 2018 09:28 AM PDT

A new theory of how compression and tension can affect the reactivity of metal catalysts could be helpful in designing new and better catalysts.

For heavy lifting, use exoskeletons with caution

Posted: 20 Apr 2018 09:28 AM PDT

You can wear an exoskeleton, but it won't turn you into a superhero. Researchers report that that a commercially available exoskeleton relieved stress on the arms just as it was supposed to -- but it increased stress on the back by more than 50 percent.

Meditation could help anxiety and cardiovascular health

Posted: 20 Apr 2018 09:28 AM PDT

In a student-led study, one hour of mindfulness meditation shown to reduce anxiety and some cardiovascular risk markers.

Research debunks 'myth' that strenuous exercise suppresses the immune system

Posted: 20 Apr 2018 09:28 AM PDT

New research suggests that rather than dampen immunity, endurance sports can actually boost the body's ability to fight off illness.

Wood formation model to fuel progress in bioenergy, paper, new applications

Posted: 20 Apr 2018 09:28 AM PDT

Need stronger timber, better biofuels or new sources of green chemicals? A systems biology model developed over decades of research will accelerate progress in engineering trees for specific needs.

Molecular movement analysis with accurate software

Posted: 20 Apr 2018 06:03 AM PDT

The software 'PyFRAP' is an accurate and reliable tool for the analysis of molecular movement, employing numerical simulations rather than simplified assumptions.

Faster walking heart patients are hospitalized less

Posted: 20 Apr 2018 06:03 AM PDT

Faster walking patients with heart disease are hospitalized less, according to new research.

Compound improves stroke outcome by reducing lingering inflammation

Posted: 20 Apr 2018 06:03 AM PDT

An experimental compound appears to improve stroke outcome by reducing the destructive inflammation that can continue months after a stroke, scientists report.

New 'brain health index' can predict how well patients will do after stroke

Posted: 19 Apr 2018 08:38 PM PDT

A new computer program can assess whole brain deterioration and help predict cognitive function after stroke up to ten times more accurately than current methods.

Judges as susceptible to gender bias as laypeople -- and sometimes more so

Posted: 19 Apr 2018 11:15 AM PDT

A new study of trial court judges suggests these arbiters of the law sometimes let their personal ideas about gender roles influence their decision-making. The findings, which are part of a broader study of judicial behavior, revealed that the judges were just as likely as laypeople to discriminate - in ways that harmed both men and women - in decisions involving child custody or workplace discrimination cases related to family caregiving duties.

Novel antioxidant makes old blood vessels seem young again

Posted: 19 Apr 2018 11:15 AM PDT

Older adults who take an antioxidant that specifically targets mitochondria see age-related changes in blood vessels reverse by the equivalent of 15 to 20 years within six weeks, a new study shows.