Scientists at the the Centro Nacional de Investigadores Cardiovasculares (CNIC) have developed a simple model for studying the behavior of immune cells in live animals and have identified a harmful cell behavior pattern associated with cardiovascular disease
- Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación, “la Caixa” Foundation, Fondation Leducq, European Commission, Federation of European Biochemical Societies
Two studies project the future of power supply and demand on the West Coast under different scenarios: one under climate change and another where power sources shift toward renewables and the climate follows historic trends.
Although steel is widely used in industry, its low corrosion resistance limits the life of the equipment and hinders certain applications such as shipping and implementation of marine technologies. Now, researchers from the Korea National Ocean and Maritime University have developed a new aluminum-magnesium-silicon (Al-Mg-Si) alloy that can greatly increase the corrosion resistance of steel.
- Corrosion Science
Brain injury is very common among survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV), and these risks have been further heightened during the COVID-19 pandemic, reports a qualitative study in the January/February special issue of the Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation (JHTR). The official journal of the Brain Injury Association of America, JHTR is published in the Lippincott portfolio by Wolters Kluwer.
- Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation
Adding just the right amount of sediment to the surface of a Connecticut salt marsh protects coastlines by promoting rapid plant growth, scientists from the University of Connecticut report in a new study published recently in Environmental Engineering.
- Ecological Engineering
Kennedy Krieger Institute’s Center for Child and Family Traumatic Stress (CCFTS) and the University of Maryland School of Social Work received a $2.9 million grant to create the Collective for Antiracist Child and Family Systems (CACFS), a program that will provide support and training in antiracist, anti-oppressive practices to more than 2,000 Maryland service providers working to repair the impacts of trauma among Black and Latinx children, youth, and families.