Free article collections on stocking density for dairy cattle and lactic acid bacteria are now available from the Journal of Dairy Science as a service to the dairy science community.
The 40-year archive of the European Science Foundation has been officially presented to the Historical Archives of the European Union in Florence, Italy.
A biological and energy-efficient process, developed and patented by the University of Innsbruck, converts nitrogen compounds in wastewater treatment facilities into harmless atmospheric nitrogen gas. This innovative technology is now being refined and marketed jointly with the United States' DC Water and Sewer Authority (DC Water). The largest DEMON-system in a wastewater treatment plant is currently being built in Washington, DC.
A team of researchers from the National University of Singapore has invented a novel camouflage technique that effectively hides thermal and electronic sensors without compromising performance. Led by Assistant Professor Qiu Cheng-Wei from the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering at NUS Faculty of Engineering, the team created the world's first multifunctional camouflage shell that renders sensors invisible in both thermal and electric environments.
Supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation and the Swiss Development Cooperation, the COHESION project -- which stands for COmmunity HEalth System InnovatiON -- aims to assess the current management of NTDs and NCDs in these countries, to understand its challenges and to develop country-specific interventions, in partnership with local stakeholders and taking into account cultural and gender issues.
Enrollment of patients in the National Cancer Institute-Molecular Analysis for Therapy Choice (NCI-MATCH) phase II precision medicine cancer trial will resume on Tuesday, May 31, 2016, at 12 p.m. US Eastern Time, the ECOG-ACRIN Cancer Research Group announced today. The trial will be available in nearly 900 medical facilities nationwide through the group. The trial will determine whether treating patients with certain drugs or drug combinations that target changes in the tumor genes will shrink the cancer, regardless of its location in the body.
What if you could dial 911 by squeezing your smartphone in a certain pattern in your palm? A different pattern might turn the music on or flip a page on the screen.
Jennifer Sweet, M.D., a neurosurgeon at University Hospitals Case Medical Center, recently opened a clinical research study to learn if there is a structural target in the brain for patients suffering from bipolar disorder and whether deep brain stimulation can bring them relief.
A selfie wall implemented by VTT seamlessly merges the viewer with content shown on screen, for example a historic photo or an advert. The user can share the on-screen image via social media.
In the EVICURES project a design model for future intensive and intermediate care facilities was developed at Seinäjoki Central Hospital.