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›  Two pathogens linked to salmon health and survival
Many wild salmon populations in B.C. have experienced substantial declines over the last three decades. New research can help chart a course towards better protection of wild salmon.
›  Dietary cholesterol worsens inflammation, sickness in mice with influenza
New research suggests high levels of dietary cholesterol make mice sicker when infected with influenza. This study links cholesterol in the diet with exacerbation of a viral infection.
›  New breathable gas sensors may improve monitoring of health, environment
Newly developed flexible, porous and highly sensitive nitrogen dioxide sensors that can be applied to skin and clothing have potential applications in health care, environmental health monitoring and military use, according to researchers.
›  Using everyday WiFi to help robots see and navigate better indoors
Engineers have developed a low cost, low power technology to help robots accurately map their way indoors, even in poor lighting and without recognizable landmarks or features. The technology uses WiFi signals, instead of light, to help the robot 'see' where it's going.
›  Scientists devise method to prevent deadly hospital infections without antibiotics
Some 1.7 million Americans each year acquire hospital infections, resulting in nearly 100,000 deaths from infection-related complications. The biggest culprits: medical devices like catheters, stents and heart valves, whose surfaces often become covered with harmful bacterial films. A novel surface treatment developed by a UCLA-led team of scientists stops microbes from adhering to medical devices. The new findings are published May 19 in the journal Advanced Materials.
›  Lost or extinct? Study finds the existence of more than 500 animal species remains uncertain
An international study provides the first global evaluation of all terrestrial vertebrate species that have not been declared extinct and identifies more than 500 species considered to be 'lost'--those that haven't been seen by anyone in more than 50 years.
›  Epilepsy drug stops nervous system tumor growth in mice
People with neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1) develop tumors on nerves throughout their bodies. Researchers have discovered that nerve cells with the mutation that causes NF1 are hyperexcitable and that suppressing this hyperactivity with the epilepsy drug lamotrigine stops tumor growth in mice.
›  Scientists reveal how seascapes of the ancient world shaped genetic structure of European populations
Scientists have explored the importance of sea travel in prehistory by examining the genomes of ancient Maltese humans and comparing these with the genomes of this period from across Europe. Previous findings from the archaeological team had suggested that towards the end of the third millennium BC the use of the Maltese temples declined. Now, using genetic data from ancient Maltese individuals the current interdisciplinary research team has suggested a potential contributing cause. Researchers found that these ancient humans lacked some of the signatures of genetic changes that swept across Europe in this period, because of their island separation. Scientists concluded that physical topography, in particular seascapes played a central role as barriers to genetic exchange.
›  Some people fared better than others during COVID-19 pandemic due to genetics
Everyone has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, but a new study finds that some individuals weathered the stress of the pandemic better than others, in part, due to their genetics.
›  Repurposed antibiotic may be an effective therapeutic in COVID-19 infected mice
Repurposed drugs may have a speedier path to clinical use because they have already been shown to be safe in people. A new study suggests clofoctol may be an effective treatment for SARS-CoV-2 infections in mice.
›  Past events reveal how future warming could harm cold-water corals
How will future warming of the planet impact cold-water corals? A new analysis of ancient evidence from the last major global warming event identifies food and oxygen supply as key environmental factors that influence the vitality of cold-water corals in the North Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.
›  Genetic risk scores help predict type 2 diabetes in people of south Asian origin, study finds
A polygenic risk score for type 2 diabetes could be used to help predict disease risk and stratify distinct disease subtypes to better allocate healthcare resources.
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Atlanta officer says he is not 'state's witness' in Rayshard Brooks case
Devin Brosnan, one of the two Atlanta police officers charged in the shooting death of Ray...
 
›  U.S. Supreme Court blocks Trump bid to end 'Dreamers' immigrant program
›  Mexico's foreign ministry says it will monitor U.S. DACA program developments
›  U.S. Senate votes to confirm McConnell protege to influential appeals court
›  Former White House aide Bolton says Trump not 'fit' to be president
›  Pelosi says Trump 'ethically unfit' for presidency, will continue oversight
›  Juneteenth, reparations and African-American history with Keisha N. Blain
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U.S. sanctions Mexican firms, individuals over links to Venezuela
The United States on Thursday imposed sanctions on Mexican companies and individuals and t...
 
›  Brexit deadline looms over day of Anglo-French solidarity
›  Brazil police arrest former aide to president's son in graft probe
›  New French coronavirus deaths steady, infections creep up
›  Canada hits 100,000 coronavirus cases, major challenges remain
›  German prosecutors accuse Russia of ordering murder of former Chechen rebel in Berlin
›  Romanians protest against ban on gender identity studies
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F1 engine changes could take twice as long under new measures
Formula One mechanics could take twice as long to change an engine under new measures to p...
 
›  Report: Some NFL coaches want season delayed
›  Golf: Poulter, Hubbard share early lead at RBC Heritage
›  Horse racing: Stradivarius takes third successive Ascot Gold Cup
›  Golf: Spieth uses birdie blitz to climb Harbour Town leaderboard
›  Lamine Diack will die in jail if sentenced - defence lawyers tell court
›  Kaepernick joins Medium, will create content on race and civil rights
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World stock markets slip on second wave virus fears, safe-havens rise
Global stock markets fell on Thursday as a continued rise in the number of coronavirus cas...
 
›  Tesla wants to start building a new U.S. vehicle plant this summer
›  Oil edges up on OPEC output cut compliance; pandemic still weighs
›  U.S. insurers eye Legionnaires' disease safeguards as buildings re-open from pandemic shutdowns
›  U.S. House Democrats unveil $1.5 trillion infrastructure plan
›  Wall Street oscillates amid COVID-19 spikes, muted data
›  Unemployment payments backlog draws hundreds to Kentucky's capital
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Kelly Clarkson, Zac Efron to get stars on Hollywood Walk of Fame
"American Idol" winner Kelly Clarkson, actor Zac Efron and British star Ben...
 
›  Vera Lynn, voice of hope in wartime Britain, dies at 103
›  Locked-down puppeteer brings her characters to life in Madrid flat
›  Lebanese film director keeps faith after COVID-19 dashes Cannes dreams
›  DC superheroes coming to your headphones as Spotify signs podcast deal
›  Grief over virus deaths sets Hungarian artist on darker course
›  Hong Kong's Disneyland reopens after five-month coronavirus break
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Facebook takes down Trump ads over 'organized hate' policy
Facebook Inc said on Thursday it took down posts and ads run by the re-election campaign ...
 
›  Semiconductor manufacturers reach deal to supply U.S. defense chips
›  U.S. House panel hears from Facebook, Google, Twitter on election security
›  UK ditches homegrown COVID-19 tracing app to use Google-Apple model
›  Robinhood trading app back online after major outage
›  Exclusive: Massive spying on users of Google's Chrome shows new security weakness
›  France's top court rejects core of law targeting online hate speech
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Gaza horse riders compete again as coronavirus curbs eased
 
›  Dressmakers keep Palestinian tradition alive in refugee camp in Jordan
›  George III's gold Breguet watch to be auctioned in London
›  Designers fashion a go-slow future for catwalks and collections
›  Thailand's roving dog groomer back in business
›  Slovenia wins its first Michelin stars
›  France's Givenchy names Matthew Williams as new designer
       
 
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The Roads Can Be Like A Parking Lot Especially In The U.S.
  Traffic can add more time to your commute going to and from work, which causes you to allow more time for your commute. Despite advances in public transportation and ride sharing, expansion of ...


Mazda Blows Winter Driving Out Of The Way
Driving can be dangerous sometimes in the best conditions and winter can make it worse, unless your prepared. Take for example, Mazda?s MX-5 roadster, widely praised for its excellent, well balanced h...


Upgrading Safety Even In The Taillights
DETROIT ? Everyday car companies explore new ways to keep your family safe, and now they created upgrades to fix the lighting as well. Not only does today’s exterior lighting improve safety, des...


Do You Know Everything You Can About Your Car
Do you know what to do every time you step in the drivers seat, and what features are available to help make your driving experience better and easier? While automakers are spending billions of dollar...


Cyber Security, The First Thing To Be Fixed
Recently there have been multiple issues with connectivity when it comes to hackers and safety, so before it is available to the masses it must be protected as well. Connectedvehicleshold tremendous...




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Is The Start- Stop Technology Better for Us As It Is The Economy
With the concern of global warming looming over us everyday, car companies are pulling together ideas to help, but are they better? Dr. Keith Tao, a radiologist in Danville, Calif., owns three late-mo...


Studies Say Pedestrians Are Now At More Of A Risk
Just because you are walking to your destination does not mean you can be less aware of danger. The death toll of pedestrians killed in traffic crashes is projected to spike about 10% in 2015 compared...


Car Companies Take One More Step Forward On The Road Electric Vehicles
LAS VEGAS? With the decline in the availability of oil, electric and hybrid cars will become more important. Although sales of electric and hybrid vehicles have struggled, automakers are charging ahea...


Where?s The Fun When Your Car Drives For You?
Most people have some fun memories of a road trip, or a stretch of rad they enjoyed driving on, but what happens when you don?t have that opportunity anymore because the car drives for you, will it st...


What You Need To Know To Leave The Action With A Car At the End Of The Day
When you need to buy a car do you search online through search engines, visit car companies or talk to friends? Another possible way for you to purchase a car is through an auction. You wouldn?t know ...




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