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News & Features - October 2018
13/10/2018

Brain Has Natural Noise-Cancelling Circuit: Motor cortex tells auditory cortex to ignore walking sounds

13/10/2018

How Fruits Got Their Eye-Catching Colors: Fruits owe their rainbow of colors to the various animals that eat them, study shows

13/10/2018

New test kit invented by NUS researchers enables quick, accurate, and inexpensive screening of diseases

13/10/2018

Facilitating diagnosis with a new type of biosensor

13/10/2018

Materials of the future

13/10/2018

Smart transformer for the energy turnaround

13/10/2018

Cassava with improved starch

13/10/2018

Tuberculosis genetic breakthrough may help tackle drug resistance

13/10/2018

Big data approach to drug discovery leads to new epilepsy target

13/10/2018

CD153: the molecule with potential protective power against TB infection

13/10/2018

Drugs that stop mosquitoes catching malaria could help eradicate the disease

13/10/2018

Elusive stem cells could help repair blood vessels

13/10/2018

Blood and brain fluid change first in Huntington’s disease

13/10/2018

Molecular conveyor belt provides a foundation for nanoscale DNA-processing machines

13/10/2018

Pre-clinical success for a universal flu vaccine offers hope for new third generation approach

13/10/2018

Mitochondrial diseases could be treated with gene therapy, study suggests

13/10/2018

'Significant breakthrough' in understanding the deadly nature of pandemic influenza

13/10/2018

Scientists pioneer a new way to turn sunlight into fuel

13/10/2018

Early warning sign of psychosis detected

13/10/2018

Sound offers new directions in integrated photonics

13/10/2018

New approach improves detection of diseases at birth

13/10/2018

Surfaces a Key Element in Robotic Fingers

13/10/2018

Yale researchers ‘teleport’ a quantum gate

13/10/2018

Princeton scientists discover a ‘tuneable’ novel quantum state of matter

13/10/2018

Superconducting Metamaterial Traps Quantum Light

13/10/2018

Dust Storms on Titan Spotted for the First Time

13/10/2018

Custom Circuits for Living Cells: Designer protein circuits program new functions in cells and take a step towards more precise disease treatments.

13/10/2018

Understanding insect damage over time: Study uses herbarium samples to map links between climate changes and bugs’ eating patterns

13/10/2018

Stanford’s JackRabbot 2: the polite pedestrian robot

13/10/2018

Stanford researchers study how a hormone helps plants build leaves’ ventilation system

04/10/2018

New battery gobbles up carbon dioxide

Lithium-based battery could make use of greenhouse gas before it ever gets into the atmosphere.

04/10/2018

Plug-and-play technology automates chemical synthesis

System makes it easier to produce new molecules for myriad applications

04/10/2018

Machine-learning system tackles speech and object recognition, all at once

Model learns to pick out objects within an image, using spoken descriptions.

04/10/2018

Helping computers fill in the gaps between video frames

Machine learning system efficiently recognizes activities by observing how objects change in only a few key frames.

04/10/2018

New sensors track dopamine in the brain for more than a year

Tiny probes could be useful for monitoring patients with Parkinson’s and other diseases.

04/10/2018

Smoothing out sketches’ rough edges

MIT-developed tool improves automated image vectorization, saving digital artists time and effort.

04/10/2018

Fish-eye lens may entangle pairs of atoms

Scientists find a theoretical optical device may have uses in quantum computing.

04/10/2018

Software tool could help architects design efficient buildings

MIT researchers develop inexpensive way to perform full lifecycle analysis of design choices as buildings are being planned.

04/10/2018

Software tool could help architects design efficient buildings

MIT researchers develop inexpensive way to perform full lifecycle analysis of design choices as buildings are being planned

04/10/2018

MIT researchers 3-D print colloidal crystals

Technique could be used to scale-up self-assembled materials for use as optical sensors, color displays, and light-guided electronics.

 



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