Scientists Develop Faster Way to Replace Bad Data With Accurate Information

Scientists Develop Faster Way to Replace Bad Data With Accurate Information

Researchers from North Carolina State University and the Army Research Office have demonstrated a new model of how competing pieces of information spread in online social networks and the Internet of Things (IoT). The...
Scientists create framework for evaluating environmental stopgap measures

Scientists create framework for evaluating environmental stopgap measures

Ending global environmental crises such as climate change and slowing the growing number of extinctions of plant and animal species will require radical solutions that could take centuries to implement. Meanwhile, the crises are...
Study: What Can We Learn From Covid-19 to Help With Climate Change?

Study: What Can We Learn From Covid-19 to Help With Climate Change?

Today, the Covid-19 pandemic is all anyone can talk about. Societies around the world are coming to a standstill, and concern for most matters other than the coronavirus have been pushed aside. But as...
Researchers play a direct role in the identification of priority forests

Researchers play a direct role in the identification of priority forests

An international team of researchers, including academics from the University of York, are working to help identify priority forest areas for protection on Borneo. The government of the State of Sabah in Malaysian Borneo has...
Finding the best method to grow bioengineered tissue for pulmonary study

Finding the best method to grow bioengineered tissue for pulmonary study

Before scientists develop the bioengineered tissue of tomorrow for treating pulmonary diseases, they need to identify the best methods for growing tissue for artificial trachea and lungs in experiments today. A new Yale analysis does...
Study: Aboriginal scars from frontier wars

Study: Aboriginal scars from frontier wars

Hundreds of Aboriginal men who became native mounted police in colonial Australia carried a significant burden of responsibility for law and order for white settlers in Queensland and other settlements. A long-running ARC-funded archaeology project...
Research Shows CRISPR Effectiveness Against Colitis Pathogen

Research Shows CRISPR Effectiveness Against Colitis Pathogen

Research at North Carolina State University shows that the CRISPR-Cas system can be used to effectively target and eliminate specific gut bacteria, in this case Clostridioides difficile, the pathogen that causes colitis – a...
Study: Effort to limit dust pollution in Owens Valley is advancing

Study: Effort to limit dust pollution in Owens Valley is advancing

The century-long battle over water between California’s Owens Valley and Los Angeles is nothing short of epic. In 1974, the conflict was immortalized in the film “Chinatown.” The latest chapter comes in a more stoic...
Study: High energy Li-Ion battery is safer for electric vehicles

Study: High energy Li-Ion battery is safer for electric vehicles

A lithium-ion battery that is safe, has high power and can last for 1 million miles has been developed by a team in Penn State’s Battery and Energy Storage Technology (BEST) Center. Electric vehicle batteries...
Scientists find early evidence of horse milk consumption

Scientists find early evidence of horse milk consumption

Scientists have identified proteins from horse milk in the teeth of people who lived in the grasslands of Mongolia more than 3,000 years ago. The research team uncovered the evidence embedded in the dental plaque...

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