New technology for early detection of type 1 diabetes

Researchers are establishing early detection technology for Type 1 diabetes that can precisely forecast if a kid is at danger of the persistent illness. There is presently no early... Read more »

Blood test enables reading out the internal clock

IMAGE: From a single blood sample (1) cells are separated (2) and the activity of twelve time-telling genes is identified (3 ). From this, a computer system algorithm determines... Read more »

Increased safety in diagnosing cardiac infarction with more sensitive analytical method

IMAGE: This is Maria Odqvist, MD, PhD trainee, SahlgrenskaAcademy view more Credit: Photo by Pernilla Lundgren Five percent more cardiac infarctions found and 11 percent less clients suffering a... Read more »

The dispute about the origins of terahertz photoresponse in graphene results in a draw

IMAGE: Photoresponse in graphene. view more  Credit: Lion_on_helium, MIPT press workplace Physicists at MIPT and their British and Russian associates exposed the systems resulting in photocurrent in graphene under... Read more »

Deep learning transforms smartphone microscopes into laboratory-grade devices

IMAGE: Picture of a blood smear from a cell phone electronic camera (left), following improvement by the algorithm (center), and taken by a laboratory microscopic lense (right). view more ... Read more »

Make way for the mini flying machines

IMAGE: A schematic diagram of a tiny chemical detection device portraying a micrometer-sized polymer particle covered with a nanoelectronic circuit. view more  Credit: Michael Strano BRAND-NEW ORLEANS, March 21,... Read more »

Machines see the future for patients diagnosed with brain tumors

For clients identified with glioma, a lethal type of brain growth, the future can be extremely unpredictable. While gliomas are typically deadly within 2 years of medical diagnosis, some... Read more »

Transcatheter aortic valve replacement dramatically improves heart patients’ quality of life

Clients who go through a transcatheter aortic valve replacement, or TAVR– a minimally-invasive surgery that repair work a broken heart valve– experienced a substantial boost in their lifestyle, inning... Read more »

Changing size of neurons could shed light on new treatments for motor neurone disease

Brand-new research study released in The Journal of Physiology enhances our understanding of how motor afferent neuron (nerve cells) react to motor neurone illness, which might assist us determine... Read more »