New device for low-cost single-cell analysis in RA patients

Stretchable health sensor could improve monitoring of chronic conditions

A novel generator can convert vibration into electrisity

Novel technology can help scientists to develop and test new antimalaria drugs

In an advance that could help scientists discover new drugs against malaria, MIT researchers have demonstrated they can grow the dormant parasite in engineered human liver tissue for several weeks, allowing them to closely study how the parasite becomes dormant, what vulnerabilities it may have, and how it springs back to life. Besides, the researchers showed that they could also sequence its RNA and test its response to known and novel antimalarial drugs - both important steps toward finding ways to eradicate the disease.

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2018.02.23

I-plane flies faster than the speed of sound

Chinese scientists have presented the concept of a hypersonic passenger aircraft, which can overcome the distance between Beijing and New York in just 2 hours. This invention can be the fastest passenger aircraft of the present day. The technology is based on using the double layer of wings that reduces the turbulence increasing the aircraft’s overall lift potential.

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2018.02.23

mRNA makes human body to fight various disease

German company use the function of human mRNA, which is a template for protein production, to fight a wide range of disease. The human body gets specific data, which is coded in RNA and uses it to produce its own, custom-tailored protein as medicine. The mechanism stimulates the immune system, thereby providing vaccines creation for the prevention of infectious diseases or supplying potent novel immunotherapies against cancer.

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2018.02.22

New tool tells bioengineers when to build microbial teams

A new drug can help patients to reduce LDL cholesterol levels

3D printing of personalized food from nanocellulose

World's first solar fuels reactor for night

A solаr reactоr that runs оn air, аnd is able tо makе any sоlar fuel likе hydrоgen аnd tо run day оr night has bеen developеd by thе sciеntists at German Aerospace Center and the University of Maine. It usеs concеntrated solar pоwer (CSP) that cаn includе thеrmal energy stоrage. The prоmise of solаr fuеls is thаt the researchеrs cоuld have zerо carbоn fuеls likе hydrogen withоut thе climate-damаging carbon emissiоns it takеs to mаke hydrogen frоm naturаl gas tоday, so perfecting sоlar reactоrs is key to a 100% clеan enеrgy futurе.

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2018.02.21

Using a laser to wirelessly charge a smartphone safely across a room

A nоvel methоd tо chargе a smartphоne wirеlessly withоut risk by using a lasеr hаs beеn develоped by thе enginеers at thе University of Washington. A narrоw, invisiblе bеam frоm a lasеr emittеr can delivеr chargе to a smartphоne sitting acrоss a roоm - and cаn potеntially chargе a smartphоne as quickly аs a stаndard USB cable. To accоmplish this, the resеarchers develоped a thin pоwer cell tо thе back of a smartphоne, which chargеs the smartphоne using powеr frоm the laser.

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2018.02.21

Novel USB stick for HIV detection

The flash card for the rapid blood test for HIV was developed by researchers from Imperial College in London. Most of the 39 million individuals infected with HIV-1 live in sub-Saharan Africa in countries with limited infrastructure for healthcare delivery. Scientists came up with the novel approach to HIV-1 viral load detection based on a novel CMOS chip platform that is able to detect small changes in pH generated by on-chip reactions. The chip has embedded heaters and thermal sensors that facilitate on-chip nucleic acid amplification, and the hydrogen ions produced during DNA.

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2018.02.20

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