From improving LCD screens to testing espresso machines, a variety of research is headed to the International Space Station aboard the sixth SpaceX contracted resupply mission.
Five years after the Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion, researchers at the National Institutes of Health are actively working with Gulf region community partners, to learn if any human health problems resulted from the disaster and establish a new research response plan to be better prepared for future disasters.
With their delivery on the next SpaceX commercial resupply services mission to the International Space Station, the Osteo-4 investigation team will analyze the effects of microgravity on osteocyte cultures for the first time.
Spaceflight causes significant physiological changes including an accelerated loss of muscle and bone density, and immune system dysfunction that parallel the effects of natural aging here on Earth.
Nanyang Technological University and NXP Semiconductors N.V. are building a high-tech living test bed for smart cars and traffic systems on the NTU campus.
Ohio Board of Regents Chancellor John Carey and other dignitaries visited Ohio State's west campus April 9 to help unveil the Ohio Supercomputer Center's newest supercomputer platform -- the HP/Intel Xeon Phi Ruby Cluster. The new system is named after the Ohio-born actress, author and activist, Ruby Dee. The machine features 4,800 Intel Xeon cores with Intel Xeon Phi accelerators and Nvidia Tesla K40 GPUs. The cluster's total peak performance is estimated to reach 144 TeraFLOPS.
NASA will launch a rocket containing a synthetic muscle experiment on April 13.
SAGE, one of the world's leading independent and academic publishers, has today announced that it is to publish the International Journal of Stroke, the official journal of the World Stroke Organization incorporating the International Stroke Society and the World Stroke Federation.
Feeling blue or anxious? Now, there's a mobile 'therapist' designed to understand you and suggest the ideal mini-app to lift your mood. Intellicare, an NIH-funded study, is a new suite of 12 interactive mini-apps to combat depression and anxiety. The free app will suggest a simple mobile app based on your past preferences and feedback from the larger crowd of users. Mobile mental health treatment has potential to help millions who don't get adequate care.
Adam Matthew today announced the launch of Church Missionary Society Periodicals, sourced from the Church Missionary Society collection at the Crowther Mission Studies Library, Oxford.