Tumor-targeting immune cells appeared to spontaneously reactivate after biopsy of recurrent, subcutaneous lesion In a letter to the New England Journal of Medicine, a Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) research team... Continue reading "Complete remission of brain metastasis of difficult-to-treat tumor"
Weight loss seems to come easiest to those who want it least. Every year, hundreds of thousands suffer from the loss of appetite that comes with tumor-induced anorexia, which can... Continue reading "Cancer-induced anorexia inspires potentially powerful antiobesity drug"
Security vulnerabilities should be a top priority to constantly monitor at large facilities. It’s easy to overlook blind spots that can be compromised by troublemakers at sites that cover a... Continue reading "How Automatic Drone Security Protects Property"
Researchers have designed a bracelet that harvests biomechanical energy from the wearer’s wrist movements, which can then be converted into electricity and used to extend the battery lifetime of personal... Continue reading "Energy-harvesting bracelet Research"
Scientists have designed and constructed a prototype for a new solar cell that integrates multiple cells stacked into a single device capable of capturing nearly all of the energy in... Continue reading "Scientists have designed and constructed a prototype for a new solar cell"
Juno’s stunning portrait of Jupiter shows swirling storms NASA’s Juno mission has sent back stunning images of Jupiter’s poles. The above image shows the gas-giant’s south pole. The spacecraft’s JunoCam... Continue reading "Jupiter’s swirling poles, ordered droplets, no fifth force, topological magnetoelectric effect"
The Large Hadron Collider at CERN produces proton collisions with center-of-mass energies that are 13 thousand times greater than the proton’s rest mass. At such extreme energies these collisions create... Continue reading "Cosmic-Ray Showers Reveal Muon Mystery"
Frameworks of a few neutrons don’t shape a steady structure, however the advanced supercomputer recreations in this examination exhibit that four neutrons together can frame a reverberation, a structure stable... Continue reading "Existence of Tetraneutron- Latest Research in Physics"
The human tongue has flavor cells. The surface of these taste cells is protected with lipids. We postulated that these lipids, appeared as a barrier, are crucial in detecting... Continue reading "Taste Sensor able to Quantifying Tastes"
Polysis, a specialist developer of polyurethane resins and resin products, markets haplafreely, a plastic that turns to clay when heated to temperatures above 60°C. When immersed in hot water or... Continue reading "Plastic that turns to clay when heated"
University of Oregon and University of Cincinnati researchers have found that everyday shoppers make assumptions about brands that use green colors. The findings, published in the Journal of Business Ethics,... Continue reading "Color affects ethical judgments of brands"
The Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) has revealed an extremely powerful magnetic field, beyond anything previously detected in the core of a galaxy, very close to the event horizon of... Continue reading "Intense magnetic field found Near supermassive black hole"
This camera, which went on sale overseas in January 2015 and in Japan in February, offers users greater monitoring ability from clearer and more detailed images when it is installed... Continue reading "9-megapixel Omnidirectional Camera"
Terahertz radiation The wavelength that terahertz radiation occupies is lower than the radiation level that is exhibited by infrared waves. Terahertz radiation is a form of safe radiation that uses... Continue reading "TeraSense Develops Promising Terahertz and sub THz Frequency Range Innovative Imaging Equipment"
Nagao System developed the 3D Ball Mill, a unique ball mill that has rotation axes along both the vertical and horizontal axes. A ball mill may be a device accustomed... Continue reading "3D Ball Mill Capable of Efficient Pulverization and Mixing with High-speed 3D Motion"
Researchers at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) have successfully created electricity-generating solar-cells with chemicals found the shells of shrimps and other crustaceans for the first time. The materials chitin... Continue reading "Cheap solar cells made from shrimp shells"
View image | gettyimages.com The discovery of the brightest quasar in the early universe, powered by the most massive black hole yet known at that time presents a puzzle to... Continue reading "Monster black hole discovered at cosmic dawn"
Live2D’s animation technology lets users interact with 2D illustrations in 3D space. Live2D are now developing Live2D Euclid, a next generation system that can animate 2D illustrations 360-degrees, in rich... Continue reading "Live2D Euclid animates 2D illustrations in rich 3D environments-DIginfo"
Innami Factory has developed a new type of automated packaging machine, the Ecomailpack IF-EMP450. This machine automatically packs products into cardboard envelopes for mailing, without needing shock-absorbing material. “This machine... Continue reading "Automated packaging machine for cardboard mailing envelopes"
Kawasaki Heavy Industries has developed the world’s first all stainless steel robot with seven degrees of freedom. It will be used in the drug discovery and pharmaceutical fields to automate... Continue reading "Robot with seven degrees of freedom"
Instead of WIMPS or axions, dark matter may be made of macroscopic objects as small as a few ounces up to the size of a good asteroid, and probably as... Continue reading "Dark matter may be massive: Theorists"
Hokkaido University and RIKEN AICS are researching aerodynamics simulation, to simulate the air flow around automobiles. Investigating the force exerted by air on a moving car is essential for improving... Continue reading "Supercomputers To Stimulate Automotive Aerodynamics"