New study confirms potential of geoelectrical methods in search for hidden graves

Journal Reference: Kennedy O. Doro, Amar M. Kolapkar, Carl-Georg Bank, Daniel J. Wescott, Hayley L. Mickleburgh. Geophysical imaging of buried human remains in simulated mass and single graves: Experiment design and results from pre-burial to six months after burial. Forensic Science International, 2022; 335: 111289 DOI: 10.1016/j.forsciint.2022.111289 New research by geophysicists at The University of … Read more

Scientists demonstrate that some tropical plants have potential to remove toxic heavy metals from the soil

Journal Reference: Yamin Wang, Swee Ngin Tan, Mohamed Lokman Mohd Yusof, Subhadip Ghosh, Yeng Ming Lam. Assessment of heavy metal and metalloid levels and screening potential of tropical plant species for phytoremediation in Singapore. Environmental Pollution, 2022; 295: 118681 DOI: 10.1016/j.envpol.2021.118681 Phytoremediation is the use of plants to extract and store contaminants from soil. As … Read more

Study reports potential target and compounds to slow the development of Alzheimer’s disease

Journal Reference: Khanh V. Do, Erik Hjorth, Ying Wang, Bokkyoo Jun, Marie-Audrey I. Kautzmann, Makiko Ohshima, Maria Eriksdotter, Marianne Schultzberg, Nicolas G. Bazan. Cerebrospinal Fluid Profile of Lipid Mediators in Alzheimer’s Disease. Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology, 2022; DOI: 10.1007/s10571-022-01216-5 Specialized lipid mediators are bioactive compounds composed of polyunsaturated fatty acids like DHA and EPA. They … Read more

There’s so much untapped horror potential in super-monster movies

Theres so much untapped horror potential in super monster movies

At the end of the 1998 superhero movie Blade, Wesley Snipes’ daywalker turns down a chance to be cured of his vampirism, opting instead to keep his powers for his fight against the fully undead. In an alternate version of this scene that periodically resurfaces in online bootlegs, the movie unveils Blade’s next target. On … Read more

Making a ‘sandwich’ out of magnets and topological insulators, potential for lossless electronics

Journal Reference: Qile Li, Chi Xuan Trang, Weikang Wu, Jinwoong Hwang, David Cortie, Nikhil Medhekar, Sung‐Kwan Mo, Shengyuan A. Yang, Mark T. Edmonds. Large Magnetic Gap in a Designer Ferromagnet–Topological Insulator–Ferromagnet Heterostructure. Advanced Materials, 2022; 2107520 DOI: 10.1002/adma.202107520 Such a heterostructure provides an avenue towards viable ultra-low energy future electronics, or even topological photovoltaics. Topological … Read more

CRISPR and HIV: New technique in human blood unveils potential paths toward cure

Journal Reference: Joseph Hiatt, Judd F. Hultquist, Michael J. McGregor, Mehdi Bouhaddou, Ryan T. Leenay, Lacy M. Simons, Janet M. Young, Paige Haas, Theodore L. Roth, Victoria Tobin, Jason A. Wojcechowskyj, Jonathan M. Woo, Ujjwal Rathore, Devin A. Cavero, Eric Shifrut, Thong T. Nguyen, Kelsey M. Haas, Harmit S. Malik, Jennifer A. Doudna, Andrew P. … Read more

Technology has the potential to change the patient-provider relationship

Journal Reference: David A Haggstrom, Thomas Carr. Uses of Personal Health Records for Communication Among Colorectal Cancer Survivors, Caregivers, and Providers: Interview and Observational Study in a Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory. JMIR Human Factors, 2022; 9 (1): e16447 DOI: 10.2196/16447 Personal health records are different from electronic health records because they are used by the patient … Read more

Fast-moving excitons observed in steel, unlocking potential to speed up digital communication

Journal Reference: Junzhang Ma, Simin Nie, Xin Gui, Muntaser Naamneh, Jasmin Jandke, Chuanying Xi, Jinglei Zhang, Tian Shang, Yimin Xiong, Itzik Kapon, Neeraj Kumar, Yona Soh, Daniel Gosálbez-Martínez, Oleg V. Yazyev, Wenhui Fan, Hannes Hübener, Umberto De Giovannini, Nicholas Clark Plumb, Milan Radovic, Michael Andreas Sentef, Weiwei Xie, Zhijun Wang, Christopher Mudry, Markus Müller, Ming … Read more

Japan could help Ukraine deal with potential nuclear disaster – Reuters News in France and abroad

Tokyo can offer its expertise in tackling leaks if one occurs amid fighting in the European country, the foreign minister said. The Japanese government can offer help in dealing with radioactive leaks or other nuclear incidents if it happens in Ukraine, Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi said Monday at a regular press briefing. The diplomat said … Read more

Elden Ring: a clue to a potential DLC? – jeuxvideo.com

Elden Ring a clue to a potential DLC

On the program of this Daily, this final season of Attack on Titan is probably not the end, we may have a clue about the Elden Ring DLC ​​and finally, 1 million accounts have been banned on Lost Ark. Summary Attack on Titan’s Season Finale Wouldn’t Be the Conclusion Elden Ring: the game would hide … Read more

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