Sewage Waste Turned Into Clean Energy By Purple Bacteria

Sewage Waste Turned Into Clean Energy By Purple Bacteria

Purple bacteria—that hoard power from light—can assist in yielding hydrogen fuel from sewage and retrieve carbon from any sort of organic waste, as discovered by researchers. Organic compounds in industrial wastewater and household sewage are an affluent potential resource of bioplastics, energy, and even proteins used for animal feed—however, with no competent extraction technique, treatment […]

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Scientists Find Clues To Brain Modifications While In Depression

Scientists Find Clues To Brain Modifications While In Depression

In new pre-clinical study, researchers at the UMSOM (University of Maryland School of Medicine), spearheaded by Professor of Physiology, Scott Thompson, have recognized modifications in brain activity connected to the reward and pleasure system. The study, posted in the Nature journal, offers news insights into how the brain advances our understanding of depression & addiction […]

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Neurons Aging Factor Has A Role In Neurodegenerative Diseases Onset

The aging process tends to damage the neurons present in our brains using the free radicals. The biologists from MIT have thus found the free radical damage is commonly known as the oxidative stress wherein the atypical stocking of the short snippets of RNA in certain neurons takes place. According to the researchers, this RNA […]

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NCI Head Articulates Cancer Drug Trials Should Be Modernized

NCI Head Articulates Cancer Drug Trials Should Be Modernized

A fast progress from directed therapies for cancer is shifting how clinical tests are carried and for researchers and drug companies in this process, new challenges are increasing. Presently, approvals for novel cancer medicines are frequently backed by information from a few hundred patients or fewer. These patients are cautiously selected and screened for genetic […]

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Nanoscale Tweezers Developed By Scientists That Can Move Liberally In Cells

Nanoscale Tweezers Developed By Scientists That Can Move Liberally In Cells

Nanoscale “tweezers” have developed by the Imperial College London scientists that can remove cellular constituents such as proteins, organelles, and DNA, without bursting or harming the cell. Though researchers are constantly learning more in relation to cellular function, several queries still remain. One issue is that individual cells that are of the identical sort are […]

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