In the Optical Society (OSA) journal Optical Materials Express, researchers led by Yuji Oki of Kyushu University in Japan show that switching between reflective and scattering states can be achieved with just 1.4 V, about the same voltage used to light a typical LED.
- Optical Materials Express
An international team of researchers, including faculty in the McKelvey School of Engineering, has determined what sources contribute to pollution and the health effects they have on global, regional and smaller scales.
- Nature Communications
What The Study Did: Researchers examined the association between the amount of ultra-processed food consumed by children and their weight in early adulthood.
- JAMA Pediatrics
UTSA will receive new funding to support its efforts to fight cyberattacks. The National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded a $500,000 grant to the Cyber Center for Security and Analytics, an academic center within the Alvarez College of Business. The money will go towards developing data-driven methods and algorithms to make cyberinfrastructure more resilient against ransomware attacks.
In the first study to validate conflicting theories, a University of Houston researcher has confirmed that the zinc actually does inhibit and promote the growth of kidney stones at the same time.
- Crystal Growth & Design
A study by University of Rhode Island researchers using a seldom-used methodology turned up many more Eastern spadefoots, an endangered primitive frog, than they expected.
- Journal of Hepatology