Cytomegalovirus

How Come Some People’s Immune Systems Have the Ability to Fight Off CMC and...

That’s the million dollar question hoping to be answered in the near future thanks to a newly formed team of Stanford researchers.  While organ transplants...

The Future of Digital Banking: AI-Driven Smart User Journeys

The rapidly changing digital environment and the continuous adaptation of the AI technologies are seeing a sharp rise in the trend graphs. Every business...
The Way in Which Plants Absorb Carbon Affects How They Respond to Climate Change

The Way in Which Plants Absorb Carbon Affects How They Respond to Climate Change

A new study has confirmed that in warmer weather plants absorb more carbon dioxide by using carbon more efficiently. While some of the carbon...

Is the Gambling Market Ready for Robot Technology?

The gambling industry has been engaged in debates recently regarding cost maintenance and hiring live casino dealers in both online and real-world casinos. During...
Electron microscope detector achieves record resolution

Breakthrough in Electron Microscopy Sets World Record for Image Resolution 

Electron microscopy has allowed scientists to get a much closer look at the properties of individual atoms. The problem is, that even at this...

How the Brain Understands What We See and Knows the Right Action to Take 

How the Brain Understands What we See and Takes Knows the Right Action to Take Action 
When you see something you want in the store, you reach for it. When you notice the traffic lights begin to change green, you put your foot down. And while these things seem like completely natural responses to everyday occurrences, there's a lot more...

Neuroscientists Shed Light on the Role of Certain Genes Associated With Alzheimer’s

IT Neuroscientists Shed Light on the Role of Certain Genes Associated With Alzheimer’s
Following a recent study conducted by a group of MIT neuroscientists, it’s been noted that people with the APOE4 gene variant are more likely to develop late-onset Alzheimer's disease than the general population. It’s also thought to be around three times as common in...

Researchers Develop Synthetic T-Cells That are Almost an Exact Replica of Human T-Cells

Researchers Have a Breakthrough as They Develop Synthetic T Cells That are Almost an Exact Replica of Human T Cells
The art of being able to recreate near-perfect replicas of the human T-cell is a pretty astonishing feat that may help us get one step closer towards more effective cancer and autoimmune disease treatments. Ir could also help us gain a better understanding as...

How You Can Make Treasure From Trash

How You Can Make Treasure From Trash
Have you ever heard the saying, “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure? There are many instances where one person is quite happy to throw something away only for someone else to say, “I could have used that”. And while that may not be...

New Laser System Upgrade Allows Scientists to Explore Fusion Energy and Plasma Physics Like Never Before 

New Laser System Upgrade Allows Scientists to Explore Fusion Energy and Plasma Physics Like Never Before 
Despite extensive research carried out over the past few years, plasma physics is still a subject of great mystery. However, thanks to a new laser system upgrade completed by scientists at the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, physicists can now triple the...

Computer Scientists Create New Algorithm That’s Exponentially Faster Than Any We’ve Seen Before

Computer Scientists Create New Algorithm That’s Exponentially Faster Than Any We’ve Seen Before
The use of algorithms in technology is nothing new. There are algorithms around that help us avoid traffic and there are algorithms around that can identify new drug molecules. And while these algorithms are already pretty powerful in their own right, what if they...

Engineers Use Graphene to Create New Revolutionary Photodetector 

For quite some time now, graphene has been one of the most versatile materials known to man. It’s used in solar cells, drug delivery, and biosensors among other things. And now, thanks to a group of engineers at the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering...

Researchers Develop New Spectral Invisibility Cloak Like Nothing We’ve Seen Before  

The idea of a real cloaking device that can hide objects by simply manipulating how light interacts with them has been at the forefront of researchers and engineers’ minds for quite some time. And now, thanks to a new study carried out by researchers...

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