The Endpoint in Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment
GENERAL

The Endpoint in Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment

Michigan State University advances its leadership and legacy in cancer treatment with partnerships that increase the availability of precision treatment options in the state. Some of the most advanced precision cancer treatments in the world are located along the "Medical Mile" in Grand Rapids, Michigan Street and [more…]

Increasing Performance in Semiconductors
SCIENCE

Increasing Performance in Semiconductors

As Tokyo Tech researchers recently demonstrated, the addition of alkali metal impurities can significantly increase carrier concentration and conductivity in p-type monovalent copper semiconductors. Theoretical calculations, isovalent and larger [more…]

A Heartbreaking Drug for Alzheimer's
SCIENCE

A Breakthrough Drug for Alzheimer's

Japanese pharmaceutical company Eisai Co. In a clinical trial, a drug called Lecanemab produced by the company showed positive results by delaying cognitive deterioration in Alzheimer's patients using this drug. At the current final stage of the experiment, this [more…]

Molecular Qubit Engineering
Computers

Molecular Qubit Engineering

Fundamental physics relies on the idea of ​​"symmetry," a key component of everything from microscopic crystals to subatomic particles. As a result, asymmetry or lack of symmetry can significantly change the properties of a system. Quantum [more…]

Does Joe Biden Have Alzheimer's?
GENERAL

Does Joe Biden Have Dementia?

Biden: "Where's Jackie?" He gave the impression that he had dementia in his speech. Congressman Jackie Walorski died in a car accident in August, and Biden had asked about her at the event. Wednesday [more…]

Where We Are in Face Recognition System
Computers

Where Are We in Face Recognition System?

A person's face is unique. It is both public and private at the same time. Sensitive information about us such as our gender, emotions, health and more can be seen on our faces. It has been written for you specifically for Australia, but [more…]

Magnificent Rocks in Jezero Crater
Astronomy

'Magical' Rocks in Jezero Crater

The first close-up photograph of layered rocks at the base of the ancient river delta in Jezero Crater holds a special place in the heart of Katie Stack Morgan, assistant project scientist on NASA's Perseverance Mars rover. 30 [more…]

Hydrophobic Material Made From Silk
SCIENCE

Hydrophobic Material Made From Silk

According to a news release published Friday by Tufts University, scientists have discovered a way to create silk-based materials that do not stick to water and have non-stick properties superior to today's non-stick surfaces. Each [more…]

A Sun-Like Star Found in the Orbit of a Black Hole
Astronomy

A Sun-Like Star Found Orbiting A Black Hole

Karl Schwarzchild proposed the possibility of black holes in 1916 as a solution to the field equations of Einstein's general theory of relativity. In the mid-20th century, astronomers discovered objects and space around black holes for the first time. [more…]

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Finance

Toyota Withdraws From Russia

On the 23rd, Toyota decided to stop production at its plant in Russia. It was concluded that business continuity would be difficult due to the disruption in the supply chain due to Russia's invasion of Ukraine. At the end of production, sales [more…]

Some People Sleep For 4 Hours
SCIENCE

Some People Sleep for 4 Hours

Brad Johnson initially believed there was something wrong with him. Because he couldn't sleep as much as other individuals. Although Johnson was an active and focused child and later an extremely successful adult, [more…]

NASA's Plans for the Moon and Mars
Astronomy

NASA's Plans for the Moon and Mars

An updated version of NASA's Moon-to-Mars objectives was made public on Tuesday, and it looks set to form the core of research about the solar system. These criteria in the agency's Moon-to-Mars exploration strategy are what NASA, the agency's business [more…]

Scientists Mobilize for Corals
Environment

Scientists Mobilize for Corals

Spawning of corals is a natural wonder. In addition, tracking this event is an extraordinarily challenging process for coral research. Once a year, corals along a reef, water temperature, length of days, and [more…]