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Student develops filter for clean water around the world

Roughly 780 million people around the world have no access to clean drinking water. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 3.4 million people die from water-related diseases every ...

11 hours ago from Phys.org

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The electric slide dance of DNA knots

DNA has the nasty habit of getting tangled and forming knots. Scientists study these knots to understand their function and learn how to disentangle them (e.g. useful for gene sequencing techniques). ...

14 hours ago from Phys.org

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Eco-pottery product from water treatment sludge

Sludge is a by-product of water treatment. Sludge is produced during the clarification and filtration process in the water treatment system. It is also produced from the accumulated solids removed ...

15 hours ago from Phys.org

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Researchers unlock the protein puzzle

By using brightly hued dyes, George Mason University researchers discovered an innovative way to reveal where proteins touch each other, possibly leading to new treatments for cancer, arthritis, ...

14 hours ago from Medical Xpress

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Microfluidics and nanofluidics research provide inexpensive ways to analyze blood and filter water (w/ Video)

Rohit Karnik, an associate professor of mechanical engineering at MIT, addresses real-world challenges with his microfluidics and nanofluidics research. The studies that Karnik and his team ...

15 hours ago from Phys.org

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Brand new technology detects probiotic organisms in food

In the food industr, ity is very important to ensure the quality and safety of products consumed by the population to improve their properties and reduce foodborne illness. Therefore, a team ...

15 hours ago from Phys.org

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This may be the greatest invention in the history of water balloons

If you've ever had the pleasure of participating in a water balloon fight, you will concur that the most frustrating part of battle is reloading. You think you've got an uninflated ...

Tue 22 Jul 14 from The Verge

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Nano-scale gold particles are good candidates for drug delivery

A special class of tiny gold particles can easily slip through cell membranes, making them good candidates to deliver drugs directly to target cells.

Mon 21 Jul 14 from Phys.org

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The neurochemistry of addiction

We've all heard the term "addictive personality," and many of us know individuals who are consistently more likely to take the extra drink or pill that puts them over the edge. But the specific ...

Tue 22 Jul 14 from Medical Xpress

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Researchers prove the effectiveness of a new drug against malaria using synchrotron light

Researchers from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya · BarcelonaTech (UPC), the Instituto de Química Mèdica (IQM-CSIC) and the University of Glasgow have proved that the CD27 drug is a ...

Tue 22 Jul 14 from Phys.org

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