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Harvard researchers make smart, adaptive artificial eye
Harvard researchers have developed a flat, electronically controlled artificial eye that can simultaneously controls for three of the major contributors to blurry images: Focus, astigmatism, and image shift.
Researchers grow human cells in sheep embryos
Scientists in California are working on a way to reduce organ transplants and rejections: Growing embryos in sheep and pigs containing human patients' cells.
Researchers develop ultrathin, highly elastic skin display
A new ultrathin elastic display that fits snugly on the skin can show the moving waveform of an electrocardiogram recorded by a breathable, on-skin electrode sensor.
Aussie researchers develop virtual cancer tissue biobank
Aussie researchers said on Monday that they have developed the first virtual platform of its kind for storing 3D copies of human cancer tissues, providing what they say is a novel way for accessing information to help treat the disease.
Researchers take terahertz data links around the bend
An off-the-wall new study by Brown University researchers showed that terahertz frequency data links can bounce around a room without dropping too much data.
Researchers blaze new ground in wireless energy generation for future electronic gadgets
Researchers from Clemson's Nanomaterials Institute (CNI) are one step closer to wirelessly powering the world using triboelectricity — a green energy source.
Researchers explain why traffic noise induces heart disease
Noise from trains, planes and cars has been linked to the development of heart disease, and researchers said that's because it may disrupt the body on the cellular level in a way that increases the risk of common heart disease risk factors.
Researchers discover two-step process to thwart cancer cells
Scientists at the University of Delaware and the University of Illinois at Chicago, the US, have found a new way to kill liver cancer cells and inhibit tumor growth.
Researchers identify 'anxiety cells'  inside the brains of mice
Scientists have identified a new group of cells associated with the fight-or-flight response of mice. Researchers detailed their discovery of the so-called anxiety cells in the journal Neuron.
Researchers patent new technique to combat counterfeit goods
Researchers at the University of Copenhagen have developed one of the world's most secure marking systems for combatting pirated goods, using a combination of colored sand grains with rare earths.
Researchers uncover ancient Greek island’s complex plumbing system
Around 4,500 years ago, ancient engineers and workers terraced the little island in the Cyclades archipelago in the Aegean Sea, creating a sort of step pyramid. They then imported hundreds of tons of gleaming white rock from the nearby island of Naxos, creating a bright outdoor shrine where early Greeks performed rituals.
Researchers borrow from AIDS playbook to tackle rheumatic heart disease
Billions of US taxpayer dollars have been invested in Africa over the past 15 years to improve care for millions suffering from the HIV-AIDS epidemic; yet health systems on the continent continue to struggle.
Researchers develop a remote-controlled cancer immunotherapy system
A team of researchers has developed an ultrasound-based system that can non-invasively and remotely control genetic processes in live immune T cells so that they recognize and kill cancer cells.
Researchers measure single atoms in a graphene 'petri-dish'
Researchers working at The University of Manchester have shown new possibilities for observing nanomaterials in liquids by creating a graphene 'petri-dish'.
Researchers demonstrate existence of a magnetoresistance involving topological insulators
From various magnetic tapes, floppy disks and computer hard disk drives, magnetic materials have been storing our electronic information along with our valuable knowledge and memories for well over half of a century.

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