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Tubular Science Improves Polymer Solar Cells

Posted: 11 Apr 2018 01:05 PM PDT

Newswise imageNovel engineered polymers assemble buckyballs into columns using a conventional coating process.

Nature-Based Solutions Can Prevent $50 Billion in Gulf Coast Flood Damages

Posted: 11 Apr 2018 12:00 PM PDT

While coastal development and climate change are increasing the risk of flooding for communities along the U.S. Gulf Coast, restoration of marshes and oyster reefs are among the most cost-effective solutions for reducing those risks, according to a new study.

Professor Michael Amitay Receives Air Force Grant To Study Flow Separation on Wing Surfaces

Posted: 11 Apr 2018 11:00 AM PDT

Newswise imageMichael "Miki" Amitay, the James L. Decker '45 Endowed Chair in Aerospace Engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, has received a grant from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research to study the phenomenon of flow separation on aircraft wings, which could lead to improved aerodynamic performance in future-generation air vehicles.

The Neural Circuitry of Parental Behavior

Posted: 11 Apr 2018 11:00 AM PDT

Newswise imageHHMI scientists have deconstructed the brain circuits that control parenting behavior in mice, and identified discrete sets of cells that control actions, motivations, and hormonal changes involved in nurturing young animals.

Biologically Inspired Membrane Purges Coal-Fired Smoke of Greenhouse Gases

Posted: 11 Apr 2018 10:30 AM PDT

Newswise imageA biologically inspired membrane intended to cleanse carbon dioxide almost completely from the smoke of coal-fired power plants has been developed by scientists at Sandia National Laboratories and the University of New Mexico.

Scientists Discover a Role for 'Junk' DNA

Posted: 11 Apr 2018 09:05 AM PDT

Researchers at the University of Michigan Life Sciences Institute and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute have determined how satellite DNA, considered to be "junk DNA," plays a crucial role in holding the genome together.

Fungi in Fashion

Posted: 11 Apr 2018 07:05 AM PDT

Newswise imageTwo University of Delaware students put their best foot forward at this year's National Sustainable Design Expo, showing off a biodegradable shoe they fashioned using mushrooms, chicken feathers and textile waste. Researchers hope the shoe can help address waste in the fashion industry.

Microwave Chemistry Research Heats Up at WVU

Posted: 11 Apr 2018 07:05 AM PDT

Newswise imageSimilar to how microwave ovens heat soup but not the bowl, researchers at West Virginia University are exploring the possibility of heating one solution component selectively over others in chemical reactions.

Faba Fix for Corn's Nitrogen Need

Posted: 11 Apr 2018 07:00 AM PDT

Newswise imageResearchers have good news for growers. Farmers raising a nitrogen-hungry crop like sweet corn may save up to half of their nitrogen fertilizer cost. The key: using a faba bean cover crop.

Energy Injustice? Cost, Availability of Energy-Efficient Lightbulbs Vary with Poverty Levels

Posted: 11 Apr 2018 07:00 AM PDT

Energy-efficient lightbulbs are more expensive and less available in high-poverty urban areas than in more affluent locations, according to a new University of Michigan study conducted in Wayne County.

Cellular Footprints: Tracing How Cells Move

Posted: 11 Apr 2018 07:00 AM PDT

Newswise imageScientists have developed novel ways to study how and why cells move in their search for treatments of bacterial infection and diseases such as cancer.

Baby Fish Led Astray by High CO2 in Oceans

Posted: 11 Apr 2018 03:00 AM PDT

Baby fish will find it harder to reach secure shelters in future acidified oceans - putting fish populations at risk, new research from the University of Adelaide has concluded.

A difference of degrees: NAU scientist examines Earth's changing tilt, its effect on Antarctic ice cores and what that tells us about climate

Posted: 10 Apr 2018 06:05 PM PDT

Newswise imageMichael Erb looked at how the changing axial tint of the Earth affects climate and how measuring Antarctic ice cores in different time spans can yield different results.

DHS S&T Leading Development of Secure Mobile Apps

Posted: 10 Apr 2018 02:50 PM PDT

Newswise imageThe Mobile App Security project has two primary research and development foci: continuous mobile app monitoring, vetting and security assurance to safeguard against vulnerabilities and future threats and establishing a security framework and integrated development environments that will result in development platforms.

Nanoparticles for Lung Cancer Pass Next Test

Posted: 10 Apr 2018 02:30 PM PDT

Non-small cell lung cancer Nanoparticles pass the next stage of development in preclinical tests.

Fast! Hard X-Ray Flash Breaks Speed Record

Posted: 10 Apr 2018 02:05 PM PDT

Newswise imageLasting just a few hundred billionths of a billionth of a second, these bursts offer new tool to study chemistry and magnetism.

Turning Injectable Medicines Into Inhalable Treatments with the Help of Smart Phone Components

Posted: 10 Apr 2018 02:05 PM PDT

Newswise imageImagine if all childhood vaccines could get delivered with an inhaler rather than shots; or wiping away tuberculosis bacteria in a patient's lungs with an inhaler; or disinfecting a hospital room thoroughly with a diffuser. These are the goals of a research team led by Professor James Friend in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the University of California San Diego. Their efforts were recently boosted when Friend received a prestigious $900,000 research grant from the Keck Foundation, whose mission is to support pioneering discoveries in science, engineering and medical research.

TESS Satellite to Hunt for New Worlds 'in Our Cosmic Backyard'

Posted: 10 Apr 2018 01:30 PM PDT

Bringing Back the Buzz

Posted: 10 Apr 2018 01:30 PM PDT

Colony collapse disorder has claimed more than 50 percent of honeybee populations the world over. A Creighton biologist is looking at a virus spread by a mite that could be a leading culprit.

Tiny Injectable Sensor Could Provide Unobtrusive, Long-Term Alcohol Monitoring

Posted: 10 Apr 2018 01:00 PM PDT

Newswise imageEngineers have developed a tiny, ultra-low power chip that could be injected just under the surface of the skin for continuous, long-term alcohol monitoring. The chip is powered wirelessly by a wearable device such as a smartwatch or patch. The goal of this work is to develop a convenient, routine monitoring device for patients in substance abuse treatment programs.