Engineers combine light and sound to see underwater

Stanford College engineers have developed an airborne methodology for imaging underwater objects by combining gentle and sound to interrupt by way of the seemingly impassable barrier on the interface of air and water. The researchers envision their hybrid optical-acoustic system in the future getting used to conduct drone-based organic marine …

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Microfluidic system with cell-separating powers may unravel how novel pathogens attack

To develop efficient therapeutics towards pathogens, scientists have to first uncover how they assault host cells. An environment friendly option to conduct these investigations on an in depth scale is thru high-speed screening checks referred to as assays. Researchers at Texas A&M College have invented a high-throughput cell separation methodology …

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Researchers explore population size, density in rise of centralized power in antiquity

Early populations shifted from quasi-egalitarian hunter-gatherer societies to communities ruled by a centralized authority within the center to late Holocene, however how the transition occurred nonetheless puzzles anthropologists. A College of Maine-led group of researchers contend that inhabitants dimension and density served as essential drivers. Anthropology professor Paul “Jim” Roscoe …

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How lockdown may lead to 'avoidable harm' for the health of under 16s

Decreases in hospital attendances and admissions amid fears of COVID-19 could end in avoidable hurt for beneath 16s say researchers, who warn towards the “unintended penalties of pandemic management measures.” Analysis led by Dr Rachel Isba from Lancaster College, Dr Rachel Jenner from Royal Manchester Kids’s Hospital, and Dr Marc …

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