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New test may improve pancreatic cancer diagnoses
Pancreatic cancer is hard to detect early, when the disease is most amenable to treatment. But a new study describes a blood test that may aid the diagnosis of pancreatic cancer and someday make earlier screening feasible, the authors say.
New drug halts spread of lung cancer
Patients with terminal lung cancer have been given fresh hope following the trial of a drug that could reduce or even halt the spread of the disease.
Treasure trove of new plant discoveries revealed
Almost 2,000 new species of plant have been discovered in the past year, according to a report by The Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew.
New nano fiber can listen to cells
Researchers at the University of California (UC), San Diego have created a nano-sized optical fiber capable of listening to and sensing the forces created by cells.
Researchers find a new target for antidepressants
Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center found the brain's mu opioid receptors are responsible for the depression-relieving effects of tianeptine.
New surgery technique paves way to restore failing organs
Researchers at the University of California at San Francisco, or UCSF, have found a technique to transplant cells into organs to treat disease and restore failing organs.
New pelvic exoskeleton stops people from taking tumbles
A wearable robot could prevent future falls among those prone to stumbles.
New study explains why TRAPPIST-1 planets don't collide
The initial models built to simulate the TRAPPIST-1 system suggested the orbits of its planets should grow unstable within one million years of its existence, yielding planet-destroying collisions.
New CERN particle accelerator may help both doctors, art sleuths
A new particle accelerator unveiled at CERN — the European physics research center — is expected to spawn portable accelerators that could help doctors treat cancer patients and experts analyze artwork.
New device turns dirty air into energy
A team of Belgian scientists have developed a new device capable of generating power while cleaning polluted air.
New transparent thin film material discovered
A team of researchers, led by the University of Minnesota, have discovered a new nano-scale thin film material with the highest-ever conductivity in its class.
New drug improves control to help asthma patients swerve death
Asthma affects 5.4 million people in the UK, and someone has a life-threatening asthma attack every ten seconds — but a new drug could help sufferers control the condition.
New theory on how Earth's crust was created
More than 90 percent of Earth's continental crust is made up of silica-rich minerals, such as feldspar and quartz. But where did this silica-enriched material come from? And could it provide a clue in the search for life on other planets?
New test rapidly detects Zika at low cost
Scientists have developed a new test that not only can easily and quickly detect the Zika virus in mosquitoes and human bodily fluids, but can also distinguish between African and Asian strains.
New paper claims humans were in California 130,000 years ago
According to a new study, early humans were in what is now California about 130,000 years ago.

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