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additional arctic weather data raises forecast accuracy of japan cold waves




a research team consisting of members from japan's national institute of polar research, the japan agency for marine-earth science and technology (jamstec), and other organizations conducted forecasting simulations of the cold waves that hit japan and the north american east coast in february 2015. ...



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understanding and predicting snow behavior




credit: cc0 public domainengineers from the university of luxembourg are working together with scientists from the wsl institute for snow and avalanche research slf in switzerland to better analyse mechanical properties of snow. the project has the goal to develop a computer model that can help solv...



environmental researchers are developing new biosensors for testing water




biologists from the university of tübingen are part of an interdisciplinary team which has developed novel biosensors that enable pharmaceutical products to be detected more effectively in water. these sensors can measure two types of pharmaceutical substances – beta-blockers and non-steroidal an...



crops in france found to thrive despite reduced use of pesticides




(phys.org)—a team of researchers with members affiliated with several institutions in france has found that lowering the amount of pesticides applied to crops does not have to mean lessening expected yields. in their paper published in the journal nature plants, the team describes their study of h...



a certain type of salt added to pesticide found to help prevent waste due to spl




(phys.org)—a team of researchers affiliated with several institutions in china has found that adding a certain type of salt to liquid pesticides greatly reduces waste due to splashing. in their paper published in the journal science advances, the team describes their research and the properties of...



research finds a majority endorsing revenge porn




research by psychologists at the university of kent has found that a majority of people would endorse the use of revenge porn and that those who actually post it have a distinct personality profile. although only 29% of participants in the study reported a likelihood to engage in revenge porn activi...



study finds gender gap at toronto research institution




a review initiated by st. michael's hospital found that a significant gender gap exists across all job descriptions, research disciplines and academic rankings at its research institute.



urine-based biomarkers for early cancer screening test




image: the exodisc, developed by professor yoon-kyoung cho (school of life sciences)'s research team can effectively isolate cancer-causing substances in the urine or blood. view more credit: unista team of researchers, led by professor yoon-kyoung cho of life science at unist has recently develope...



international team reports ocean acidification spreading rapidly in arctic ocean




image: over the last decade, the chinese national arctic research expedition (chinare) and us collaborators have studied the environmental and climate changes of the western arctic ocean and has witnessed rapid... view more credit: zhongyong gao and di qiocean acidification (oa) is spreading rapidl...



ibm turns an atom into a nano-scale hard drive




by now it’s a truism that data storage keeps getting smaller and smaller, but even with that knowledge ibm’s latest advance is still jaw-dropping. researchers at the company have managed to store data on a single atom, by turning it into the world’s tiniest magnet. admittedly, its single bit c...



drug used to treat weak bones associated with micro-cracks




a type of drug used to treat weak bones is associated with an increased risk of 'micro-cracks' in bone, according to new research.the early-stage research, by scientists at imperial college london, suggests these microcracks may reduce mechanical strength of the bone.in the study, published in the j...



novel syndrome highlights the importance of rare disease research




a group of researchers from pakistan, europe and singapore have identified and characterised a previously undiscovered rare deafness-dystonia syndrome in a family living in a remote region of pakistan. the research, published in disease models & mechanisms, describes how five of the eight children i...



microsoft reminds us that so.cl exists by closing it down




so.cl launched in 2011, the same year that google+ came along, during a time when it probably didn't seem insane to launch a facebook competitor. coming from microsoft research, the site was first aimed at university students before it opened its doors to the wider public. it carried a tiled look to...



airlines could reduce climate impact by 10% by making these small changes to fli




credit: university of readingairlines could reduce their climate impact by up to 10% by making small changes to some flight routes, research by university of reading scientists has shown. their new study shows airlines could make a large positive impact on climate change by altering flight routes to...



sound-shaping super-material invented | eurekalert! science news




a super-material that bends, shapes and focuses sound waves that pass through it has been invented by scientists.the creation pushes the boundaries of metamaterials - a new class of finely-engineered surfaces that perform nature-defying tasks.these materials have already shown remarkable results wit...



researchers report first known case of cte in patient with no known head trauma




image: the canadian concussion centre (ccc) comprises a group of 23 clinician and basic scientists, and is one of few research groups in the world to examine the entire spectrum of... view more credit: uhntoronto - researchers at toronto western hospital's canadian concussion centre (ccc) have disc...



the selection of archaeological research material should be re-evaluated




all research requires decisions on how to restrict the material under study. the material included in an archaeological study is in many ways already chosen before the researcher begins to make such decisions. the kinds of selections effected by the research process itself have rarely been examined.



the protective layer of prehistoric land plants




an international research team has discovered a biochemical pathway that is responsible for the development of moss cuticles. these waxy coverings of epidermal cells are the outer layer of plants and protect them from water loss. the biologists discovered this mechanism that facilitated the evolutio...



new target for parkinson's disease identified by emory researchers




emory investigators have discovered a novel link between a protein called sv2c and parkinson's disease (pd). prior work had suggested that the sv2c gene was associated with the curious ability of cigarette smoking to reduce pd risk. the new research published online in the proceedings of the nationa...



borophene takes big step towards electronic devices




just three years ago, we were reporting on the first tentative steps in producing a two-dimensional (2d) form of boron that came to be known as borophene. since then most of the work with borophene has been aimed at synthesis as well as characterization of the material’s properties.now researche...



boosting the lifetime and effectiveness of biomedical devices




a research team led by the university of delaware's david martin has discovered a new approach to boosting the lifetime and effectiveness of electronic biomedical devices. the discovery will help the devices better communicate with neural tissue by improving adhesion. credit: university of delawarem...



it may not have been too late to save 'extinct' pigeon




the passenger pigeon, a species of pigeon that died out in the early years of the 20th century, could have been saved even after it was considered doomed to extinction.as a result of this research, conservationists now have a model to test for functional extinction- defined as a total reproductive f...



kinase discovery sheds new light on several disease processes




new light on a key factor involved in diseases such as parkinson's disease, gastric cancer and melanoma has been cast through latest university of otago, new zealand, research carried out in collaboration with australian scientists.in new findings published in leading international journal pnas, the...



graduate research assistant




department: biological engineering institution: utah state university highly interdisciplinary phd-level research positions are available providing motivated students an opportunity to investigate nanoparticle (bio)activity in complex environments such as soils, biofilms, and plants. research will f...