Newswise - Scinews

Thursday th 25th of May 2023

New study shows superior reactive oxygen species removal ability of copper coupled to lysozyme - 11:03

Keeping time with an atomic nucleus - 11:03

Going Electric: Argonne Partners with the University of Illinois Chicago for Next Generation Electrochemistry event - 11:03

The Roman Empire smelled of patchouli - 11:03

Scientists use AI to find promising new antibiotic to fight evasive hospital superbug - 11:03

Can sugar and fat influence immune cell responses? - 11:03

Genetic research offers new perspective on the early evolution of animals - 09:33

Issa-kun, the artificial intelligence haiku poet - 09:33

KRISS Propels Quantum and AI Research with New Skyrmion Transistors - 09:33

Quantum scientists accurately measure power levels one trillion times lower than usual - 09:33

Wednesday th 24th of May 2023

Most effective ways of foraging can attract predators, scientists find - 20:22

Secretary Granholm heralds upgraded Biomass Feedstock National User Facility - 16:42

Keep ticks at bay and protecting yourself with landscaping modifications - 15:42

Meet the 2023 ASBMB Advocacy Training Program delegates - 15:13

Scientists find first evidence for new superconducting state in Ising superconductor - 14:13

Fossil Tells the "Tail" of an Ancient Beast - 14:13

Sieger selected to lead ORNL's next supercomputer, OLCF-6 - 14:13

Increasing heat likely a major factor in human migration - 14:13

Medical "microrobots" could one day treat bladder disease, other human illnesses - 13:13

New report finds that carbon capture and storage in California can concurrently serve local communities, the environment and the economy - 13:13

The first global macrogenetic map of marine habitat-forming species - 13:13

Microplastics are harming gut health - 13:13

These spiny mice have a highly unusual feature among living mammals: tails armored with bony plates - 13:13

New Method Predicts Extreme Events More Accurately - 12:17

Watching Molecules Relax in Real Time - 12:17

MD Anderson Research Highlights for May 24, 2023 - 12:17

Democratizing quantum information science - 11:32

Mixing Metals for Improved Performance - 10:12

Overcoming nuke stigma through critical thinking - 09:22

FAU Experts for the 2023 Hurricane Season - 09:22

New technique substantially reduces mouse damage to crops even during plagues - 09:22

AI Used to Advance Drug Delivery System for Glaucoma and Other Chronic Diseases - 09:22

Expert offers safety tips for grilling beef-alternative burgers on Memorial Day - 02:32

Failed antibiotic now a game changing weed killer for farmers - 00:02

Tuesday th 23rd of May 2023

Propellers are louder over ground, researchers find - 20:22

Study reveals unique molecular machinery of woman who can't feel pain - 20:22

Cell phone data from winter snowstorm shows Dallas is resilient - 18:23

NASA's Hubble Hunts for Intermediate-Sized Black Hole Close to Home - 18:23

Hertz Foundation Announces 2023 Hertz Fellows - 18:23

RPI and Albany Medical College Researchers Awarded $3.3 Million To Improve Breast Cancer Treatment Using Artificial Intelligence - 18:23

Element creation in the lab deepens understanding of surface explosions on neutron stars - 18:23

Electronic Noses Sniff Out Volatile Organic Compounds - 18:23

Short-chain Fatty Acids Reduce Inflammation in the Lungs of Older Mice - 18:23

Mice Without a Functional Internal Clock Have Inflexible Breathing - 18:23

Boost for the quantum internet - 18:23

Researchers build bee robot that can twist - 18:23

Prescribed burns encourage foul-smelling invaders - 18:22

A first step to designing better solid-state batteries - 18:22

Liz Laudadio is developing durable materials for clean energy - 18:22

The laws of physics have not always been symmetric. And it may explain why you exist. - 18:22