Forschungszentrum Jülich and open access publisher Frontiers have signed a Memorandum of Understanding for a pilot National Open Access Publishing Framework for Germany.
DGIST signed a DGIST-POSTECH MOU to carry out 'International SYNAPSE Project' with POSTECH. They promised close research cooperation in their participants of project as South Korean representatives and are expected to contribute positively to the research and development of human brain neural network map, an international project.
A consortium of publicly-funded Irish higher education institutions have agreed the country's first open access program with a major scientific publisher towards the goal of full open access to Irish research publications.
A new international advisory system is working to keep aircraft crew and passengers safe from space weather impacts.
The University of Guam and natural resource officials on the Northern Mariana Islands (U.S.) of Saipan and Rota exchanged expertise and challenges regarding watershed management during a workshop made possible from a National Science Foundation grant. The discussion helped to identify gaps in available resources and encourage more collaboration in management and restoration efforts in the Marianas.
Trace Matters Scientific today introduced SPion ™ -a revolutionary technology that enables the world's most sensitive and versatile remote analysis with mass spectrometry. Until now, lack of proper instrumentation for efficient ion transfer from a remotely located sample to the mass spectrometer made sensitive in situ analysis for such a sample nearly impossible. SPion™ overcomes this major roadblock by redefining the front-end architecture of a mass spectrometer and transforming it into a lightweight handheld probe.
While waiting for the publication of the toolkit for local decision-makers, expected by the summer, some European case studies analyzed in the STARS project are presented in Bremen
The time it currently takes to diagnose coronavirus poses one of the greatest challenges in treating infected patients and increases the risk of exposure. Using a new technology developed by Dr. Amos Danielli, of Bar-Ilan University, saliva tests can be analyzed within 15 minutes. The technology has already been proven to reduce the diagnostic time of Zika virus and is currently being used in the Israel Ministry of Health's central virology laboratory.
Loyola Medicine is among the first to conduct a clinical study using hypnotherapy to treat functional dyspepsia, a gastrointestinal disorder affecting approximately 10 percent of the population.
The American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) welcomes Techniques and Innovations in Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (TIGE) into AGA's prestigious portfolio of scientific publications.