Social & Behavior
Engineers at Duke University have developed the world's first fully recyclable printed electronics. By demonstrating a crucial and relatively complex computer component -- the transistor --created with three carbon-based inks, the researchers hope to inspire a new generation of recyclable electronics to help fight the growing global epidemic of electronic waste.
- Nature Electronics
- Air Force Office of Science Research, Department of Defense,
A three-paper report published in The Lancet highlights that the current approach to miscarriage care must be improved, by providing more accurate diagnosis and appropriate investigations, improved treatments to prevent miscarriage, effective management methods that suit women's needs and preferences, and treatment from health-care professionals specifically trained in early pregnancy care. The authors also note that there is an urgent need to offer psychological support for affected women and their partners.
- The Lancet
Researchers led by Maurizio Porfiri at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering, apply data science to predict how the cascading effects of the migration in Bangladesh will ultimately affect 1.3 million people across the country by 2050.
- , Istituto Banco di Napoli Fondazione, , Groups of Excellence of the region of Murcia, Science and Technology Agency, project ACROSS, the Fundación Séneca
A majority of gay and bisexual Generation Z teenage boys report being out to their parents, part of an uptick in coming out among young people that researchers have noted in recent decades, according to research published by the American Psychological Association. However, stigma and religious beliefs still prevent some young people from disclosing their sexual identity.
- Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity
<strong>What The Study Did: </strong><span class="precis_display_style">COVID-19 rates in children and teenagers to age 19 before and after reopening schools in Israel are examined in this observational study.</span>
- JAMA Network Open
New research finds that steroids should not be used to treat smell loss caused by COVID-19. Instead, the international team of smell experts recommend 'smell training' - a process that involves sniffing at least four different odours twice a day for several months.
- International Forum of Allergy & Rhinology