An innovative method can help to treat and prevent the bowel cancer

Select memories can be erased, leaving others intact

The nano-drug for the liver cancer

Solar photocells which are thinner than hair and lighter than a soap bubble

The thinnest and almost weightless photocells were created by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. American scientists have created such compact photocells that they can be attached to clothing, a sheet of paper or even to the wall of a soap bubble.Traditionally, solar photocells are created from separate layers of photovoltaic materials, which are superimposed on a special substrate of glass or plastic.

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2018.01.15

New 'batteries' made of AzoPMA could bring a new solar revolution

A new efficient way to store the solar energy has been developed by the researchers from MIT.  Dubbed AzoPMA, the plastic-like material, could be the main component to the development of a high-efficiency ‘thermal battery’. The underlying principle of a thermal battery is simple. Any material that holds heat qualifies. A swimming pool that warms up on a sunny August afternoon is a primitive thermal battery, for instance.

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2018.01.15

Scientists have found the cause of immune diseases

The mechanism that causes autoimmune diseases was discovered by researchers at Monash University in Australia. Studies at the Institute of Inflammatory Diseases at Monash University cover the basic experimental biology, clinical research and clinical practice in inflammatory diseases. Scientists of this University for the first time demonstrated the cause of the occurrence of immune diseases.

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2018.01.12

PolyMOC is the gel which has a hardness of metal

Virus that cures alcoholism tested in a bunch of drunk mice

Synthetic biology regulates plant characteristics using gene chains

Solar-powered heart: using photosynthesis to help damaged hearts

A completely novel way of using photosynthesis to help damaged hearts has been explored by the researchers from Stanford University. In the ongoing hunt to find better treatments for heart disease, the top cause of death globally, new research from Stanford shows promising results using an unusual strategy: photosynthetic bacteria and light. Researchers found that by injecting a type of bacteria into the hearts of anesthetized rats with cardiac disease, then using light to trigger photosynthesis, they were able to increase the flow of oxygen and improve heart function.

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2018.01.12

Gut bugs can control human genes through chemical reaction preventing cancer

The international team of researchers has discovered a way that good bacteria in the stomach can control genes in human cells. The novel investigation made by British scientists indicates one more crucial quality of the intestinal microbiome and allows short-chain fatty acids in bacteria to directly control the activity of genes and potentially help to prevent cancer.

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2018.01.12

An artificial solar eclipse to find distant planets

An artificial eclipse to image extrasolar planets is being created by the professor from Stanford University. In the hunt for Earth-like planets and extraterrestrial life, the researchers have found thousands of exoplanets orbiting stars other than our sun. The problem is that most of these planets have been detected using indirect methods. The existing telescopes can’t observe potential Earth-like planets because they are too close to the stars they orbit, which are about 10 billion times brighter than the planets that surround them.

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2018.01.11

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