Capita Healthcare Decisions and global knowledge provider, BMJ have agreed an exclusive partnership to combine clinical decision support tool, BMJ Best Practice, with Capita's internationally renowned clinical decision support software and triage solutions.
Scientists are calling on people who are out in their garden this summer to take part in The Ladybird Challenge and help discover how far an alien ladybird species in the UK is affecting other insects, including a wasp parasite.
Singapore has set up its first national center to develop and commercialise innovative separation and filtration technologies, such as membranes, and to make them easier for companies to adopt.
Breakthrough research, to be presented today at the American College of Sports Medicine's Annual Meeting and published in the Journal of the American Medical Athletic Association later this month, has led to the development of a revolutionary new sports shot, HOTSHOT™, that is scientifically proven to prevent and treat muscle cramps by stopping them where they start: at the nerve.
ANSYS and Carnegie Mellon University partner to drive the next Industrial Revolution in making physical products. The collaboration aims to advance the next generation of engineers and will include cutting-edge technology dedicated to furthering education and research.
A newly launched $80 million enterprise marks a unique collaboration between Monash University and the University of Melbourne in the field of biomedical research.
A University of Texas at Arlington associate professor of civil engineering has launched a new Android cell phone app called iSeeFlood to encourage the public to file timely reports when they see flooding of varying severity on the streets, in and around their houses, and in streams and creeks. Such flash floods can be dangerous to pedestrians and motorists alike.
Springer is launching the Journal of Cognitive Enhancement: Towards the integration of theory and practice, a new interdisciplinary psychology publication. The journal will contribute to a higher understanding of research aimed at enhancing human performance and creative potential. Submissions will be accepted in 2016, with the first issue to be published in March 2017. Lorenza S. Colzato of Leiden University in The Netherlands is the editor-in-chief.
Xylan, fibrillated cellulose and lignin are wood-derived polymers that could be used for improving the texture and reducing the energy content of food products.
The Movember Foundation, the Ontario Institute for Cancer Research and Prostate Cancer Canada today announced $3 million in funding for a new Phase III clinical trial to evaluate if magnetic resonance imaging can replace the current standard of care to diagnose prostate cancer. The primary objective of the multi-center trial, called PRECISE, is to determine whether MRI imaging can spare some men from undergoing a biopsy and avoid the possible associated side effects.