Health - Mar 4

UCalgary research looks at impact of several factors on frequent recurring headaches in kids and teens A University of Calgary-led study of associations between lifestyle and headaches in children and adolescents finds vaping and smoking cigarettes or cannabis is linked with frequent headaches, or headaches occurring more than once a week.

Physics - Mar 1
Physics

Breakthrough in materials research: A team from the Würzburg-Dresden Cluster of Excellence ct.qmat has developed an innovative protective film for 2D quantum materials that could play a key role in shaping the future of electronics.

Environment - Mar 1

Humans in northern Europe have been snacking on hazelnuts - a key accessible source of energy - for at least 12,000 years. Now, a study led by the University of Oxford has shown that it is possible to analyse the carbon isotope values of hazelnuts found at archaeological sites to reveal what the places humans lived in millennia ago looked like.

Physics - Mar 1

Two optically trapped nanoparticles are coupled together by photons bouncing back and forth between mirrors The image shows two nanoparticles (green) trapped by optical tweezers / laser beams (red) and placed in between two mirrors (white) which forms an optical cavity (periodic blue blobs).

Health - Mar 1
Health

Too much niacin increases the risk of cardiovascular disease. Niacin, also known as vitamin B3, is freely available as a dietary supplement .

Materials Science

Researchers have recovered the precious metal from electronic waste. Their highly sustainable new method is based on a protein fibril sponge, which the scientists derive from whey, a food industry byproduct.

Economics - Mar 1
Economics

Non-rigid postal items with flexible packaging - such as poly bags - pose problems for logistics companies during automatic sorting. Thanks to modern simulation methods, there is now a widely applicable solution.

Environment - Mar 1
Environment

Glacier-fed streams are undergoing a process of profound change, according to scientists in a paper appearing in Nature Geoscience. This conclusion is based on the expeditions to the world's major mountain ranges by members of the Vanishing Glaciers project.

Health - Mar 1

Artificial Intelligence has helped scientists reveal a new form of aggressive prostate cancer which could revolutionise how the disease is diagnosed and treated in the future.

Life Sciences

In 2007 a single Asian honeybee swarm appeared in North Queensland. There are now more than 10,000 colonies.

Yale scientists have discovered a family of immune proteins that could affect the way our bodies fight infection. Yale scientists have discovered a family of immune proteins, which they describe as a "massive molecular machine," that could affect the way our bodies fight infection.

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