An enzyme that could help prevent the deadly virus Ebola

A new blood test for cancer detecting without the need for invasive procedures

Anti-aging technology will extend healthspan

New compound that reprograms protein normally found in sperm kills cancer cells' energy-generating system

Israeli researchers found a synthetic compound to disable the enzymes that allow cancer (lat. Carcinoma) cells to metastasize. The novel cancer therapy uses E260 anti-cancer agent that imposes metabolic stress and cell death in cancer cells. Such enzyme is found only in metastatic cancer cells and normal sperm cells. This new approach forms the basis for promising cancer treatment.

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2018.01.09

An antibody-based drug for multiple sclerosis

An antibody with potential therapeutic effects against multiple sclerosis has been developed by the researchers from INSERM. Multiple sclerosis (lat. Sclerosis multiplex) is a disease that affects the central nervous system, particularly the brain and spinal cord. It is the most common cause of neurological disability in young adults. The disease is considered autoimmune since the immune system, which is there to protect the body from external assault, attacks its own constituents.

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2018.01.09

'Quantum radio' will increase the signal reception area where GPS doesn't work

'Quantum radio' in the field of telecommunications was developed by scientists of the National Institute of Standards and Technologies. It is supposed to use it where mobile networks or GPS cannot cope, namely in urban jungles, under the water or under the ground.

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2018.01.09

Scientists have developed a vaccine against rhinovirus

The test can detect 13 kinds of cancers from a single drop of blood

Brain cancer treatment that delivers cancer-killing viruses bypassing the blood-brain barrier

3D print explosive materials with custom inkjet printer

A new way to 3D print energetic materials using inkjet printing technology was developed by the researchers from Purdue University. The project gives an opportunity for energetic materials to be deposited with unprecedented precision and safety. Energetic materials, that consist of explosives and pyrotechnics, can be something of a handful, and in cоntrast wіth what people might think, they’re not just used for blowing things up or making firework displays.

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2018.01.09

Heart tissue on spinach leaves as a solution for bioengineering problem

A heart tissue on spinach leaves was grown by the researchers from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. They turn to the vascular system of plants to solve a major bioengineering problem blocking the regeneration of human tissues and organs. Researchers face a fundamental challenge as they seek to scale up human tissue regeneration from small lab samples to full-size tissues, bones, even whole organs to implant in people to treat disease or traumatic injuries: how to establish a vascular system that delivers blood (lat. Sanguis) deep into the developing tissue. 

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2017.12.31

Sugarcane Ethanol as alternative green fuel

Scientists had found that brazilian sugarcane ethanol can be green alternative to crude oil use. The expansion of sugarcane crops for use in the process of creating biofuel on the territory is not under security and in the agriculture's territories can lead to a reduction in carbon emissions by 5.6%.

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2017.12.30

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