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A Star Trek-inspired handheld device for sophisticated medical diagnostics

A Star Trek-inspired handheld device based on a silicon chip could help make rapid, sophisticated medical diagnostics more accessible to people around the world, scientists say.

20 hours ago from Phys.org

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Custom circuits for living cells

A team of Caltech researchers has developed a biological toolkit of proteins that can be assembled together in different ways, like Legos, to program new behaviors in cells. As a proof-of-concept, ...

22 hours ago from Phys.org

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Sex in plants requires thrust

In plants, to fertilize the egg, the pollen tube (which is between 1/20 and 1/5 of the width of a human hair) has to navigate through a maze of tissue, no matter what obstacles it encounters. ...

14 hours ago from ScienceDaily

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We all carry a personal cloud of germs, chemicals

(HealthDay)You might feel squeaky clean after that morning shower, but you carry an invisible cloud of bacteria, viruses, fungi and chemicals every day.

Thu 20 Sep 18 from Medical Xpress

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Neutrons produce first direct 3-D maps of water during cell membrane fusion

New 3-D maps of water distribution during cellular membrane fusion are accelerating scientific understanding of cell development, which could lead to new treatments for diseases associated with ...

Thu 20 Sep 18 from Phys.org

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New method improves temperature imaging accuracy in fat-containing tissues

A research team led by Prof. Zheng Hairong from the Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology (SIAT) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences developed a dual-step iterative temperature estimation ...

Fri 21 Sep 18 from Medical Xpress

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How lactoferrin clamps down on free roaming iron ions to stop nefarious effects on cells

What prevents our cells from being overexposed to iron ions roaming freely in the body is a protein called lactoferrin, known for its ability to bind tightly to such ions. These free ions are ...

Thu 20 Sep 18 from Phys.org

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UK lawmakers: 'Wild West' cryptocurrencies need regulation

British lawmakers have backed calls for greater regulation of cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin in order to bring an element of control to a market that more resembles the "Wild West."

Wed 19 Sep 18 from Phys.org

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Green tea compound helps siRNA slip inside cells

Drinking green tea has been linked to health benefits ranging from cardiovascular disease prevention to weight loss. Although many of these claims still need to be verified in the clinic, an ...

Wed 19 Sep 18 from Phys.org

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A game of pool in the live cell

Cells need to react to environmental changes and maintain a balanced system of signaling cascades within the cell. Proteins outside of the cell, on the cellular surface, inside the cellular ...

Thu 20 Sep 18 from Phys.org

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