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Reducer din risiko for kræft: Ny rapport giver 10 konkrete rådDer er god grund til at smide en bønnebøf på grillen, hvis du vil undgå kræft.
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Satellitter skal gøre forsvundne fly til fortid, skåne miljøet og spare pengeTil november opgraderes den globale flyovervågning. To danske firmaer er med i kampen om at levere de bedste og billigste løsninger.
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New study investigates dolphin liberation in KoreaA international team of researchers, affiliated with South Korea's Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) has carried out a scientific investigation on dolphin liberation in South Korea.
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Starwatch: Saturn draws close to the Moon in the southern skyThe gibbous waning Moon is bright in the night sky while Venus and Jupiter shine out at evening From midweek onwards, look out for the Moon and Saturn drawing ever closer in the low southern night sky. By the end of the week, they will be separated by 1.6°, or just over three lunar diameters. The Moon will be a few days past full and clearly in its waning gibbous phase. The chart shows the view f
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How AR will change how you shop—and how brands sell to youThe way you are advertised and marketed to is about to change, in a very big way. Read More
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AI can now predict internet comment fightsA team from Cornell University looks to shut down the ongoing flamewar that has taken over, well, pretty much every public area of the internet. Read More
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MoonwalkersRead the experiences of the four surviving astronauts to have set foot on the lunar surface.
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Over en halv million danskere lever med høfeber, men ved det ikkeDet kan give store konsekvenser, hvis man ikke får den rette behandling.
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You, You and You! Everyone's Invited to a Free, Live-Streaming, Dog Conference #SPARCS18It’s time to meet The Real Dog — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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The Electron-Ion Collider will unravel some of science’s greatest mysteriesThe EIC is likely to deepen our understanding of the universe in ways we can’t fathom. Read More
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19 online AI education classes that you can take right nowAI is the way of the future. And you can teach yourself how to master this incredible new technology from some of the top schools around the globe. In some cases, for free. Read More
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LA's people walker is beating loneliness, one step at a timeChuck McCarthy's walking service provides fresh air, exercise and companionship for $30 an hour—but peeing on trees is an absolute no-no.
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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories
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Besides lava and ash, Hawaii volcano is pumping out 'vog'Kilauea volcano on Hawaii's Big Island has had it all over the past three weeks: molten rock shooting toward the sky, lava oozing from the ground and ash clouds rising miles into the air.
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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories
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Fed-up Spanish cities are bursting Airbnb's bubbleSpain may be one of the world's top tourist destinations, but many people in its biggest cities have grown exasperated with Airbnb-style rentals.
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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories
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Massive beach clean-up for Hong Kong sea turtlesMore than two thousand volunteers hit the beach on an outlying island of Hong Kong for a mass rubbish clean up Sunday as environment campaigners warned plastic is killing sea turtles and other wildlife.
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Arbejdsgruppe vil standardisere allergitest i EuropaEAACIs arbejdsgruppe ‘Interest Group Allergy Diagnosis’ mødes på kongressen med ambitionen om at blive enige om en fælles standard for de test, man bruger til at stille en allergidiagnose ud fra blodprøver.
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Dansk metode til mere præcis diagnose af kødallergiForskere fra Odense Research Center for Anaphylaxis (ORCA) præsenterer på EAACI en ny metode til hurtigt og sikkert at stille diagnosen kødallergi.
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The Gleeful Abandon of Youthful CuriosityGiant leaf piles, the Mythbusters and remembering what it was like to be a curious kid — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Penicillin og cefuroxim krydsreagerer sjældnere end antagetLæger skal ikke være så bange for at behandle penicillinallergikere med cefuroxim, da væsentlig færre patienter end hidtil antaget er allergiske over for begge stoffer på samme tid. Det viser ny dansk forskning.
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ALK-direktør om ny tablet mod birk: Vi har armene oppeMedicinalvirksomheden ALK har netop fremlagt »stærke data« fra fase 3 for effekten af en ny tablet mod birkepollen.
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EAACI uddeler prestigefyldt pris til forsker for stort peanut-studieDaniel Bovet-prisen tildeles professor Gideon Lack som anerkendelse for hans LEAP-studie, der har vendt op og ned på internationale guidelines for forebyggelse af peanutallergi.
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There's a loneliness epidemic in the US and it’s getting worseIt’s ironic that although we’re more connected than ever before, we’re lonelier than ever, too. Read More
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Novel method to grow elastic diamondsResearchers have unveiled that brittle diamonds can be bent and stretched elastically when made into ultrafine needles.
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Nye biologiske lægemidler kan blive en spydspids mod allergiSpeciallæge i pædiatri tager bl.a. til EAACI for mere at vide om nye biologiske lægemidler, der sammen med immunterapi vil kunne blive et effektivt våben mod allergi.
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How South Korea Pulled Trump and Kim Back From the BrinkTo be in South Korea in mid-May—when North Korea released American hostages and Donald Trump announced his summit in Singapore with Kim Jong Un and the leaders of China, Japan, and South Korea gathered in Tokyo to talk denuclearization and reconciliation on the Korean peninsula—was to feel as if the spring of 2018 might be one of those moments when history, after plodding along for decades, sudde
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Automakers Are Making Car Ownership OptionalMonthly car subscriptions through startups like Carma Car, Fair, and Flexdrive offer all the utility of ownership with none of the hassle.
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A Tiny Reason for Big Dinosaurs to Gather TogetherTransmission of essential bacteria might have given herbivorous dinosaurs an additional reason to form herds — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Versions of Han Solo’s blaster already existEntertainment And they’re way more powerful than real lightsabers would be. I’ve now worked out how feasible the blaster weapons used by, among others, the Star Wars character Han Solo are – and how they compare with lightsabers. In fact, real…
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Databaseret software udregner økonomien i solceller på ethvert tag i hele byenBig data, simulationer og detaljerede 3D-modeller gør det nu muligt at forudse omkostninger og udbytte ved at sætte solceller på taget.
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Scuttled Peace Summits and *Arrested Development* Trouble Top This Week's Internet NewsNorth Korea, mansplaining, and all the other online brouhahas you may have missed this week.
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Intelligent Aliens Might Speak Our Language. And You Can Help Decode Their Messages.Stay sharp! You may be needed to help decode a message from intelligent aliens someday.
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The Atlantic
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Teaching Sobriety With ‘The Bottle’Somewhere in 1950s Georgia, a teacher brought a whiskey bottle and a Bible to her classroom. She stood in front of her elementary-school students and asked, “What do you think of that, do they belong together?” A firm “no” was the teacher’s eventual reply. She then moved the two objects farther apart, prompting a second question, “Now, that is all right, isn’t it?” Students, now implicitly unders
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Where Has Teen Car Culture Gone?For nearly a century, coming of age in America meant getting behind the wheel. A driver’s license marked the transition from childhood and dependence to adult responsibility and freedom. To many, it was a far more important milestone than voting or legal drinking. It was the beginning of a new world—of cruising down Main Street to meet with friends and compete with rivals; the ritual of being pic
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Letter: ‘You May Now Thank Your Mother and Me’Why You Should Argue In Front of Your Kids In a recent episode of Home School , a Wharton psychologist suggests that exposing kids to respectful disagreements can help develop their independent thinking and creative problem-solving skills. I very much enjoyed your video but as an engineer I cringe when I look at the graphic that shows the Wright Flyer’s props rotating in the same direction. The f
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Your Summer 'Base Tan' Is Wrecking Your SkinThere is no safe amount of tanning, and no amount of tanning that won't prematurely age your skin.
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Skeletons come in many shapes and sizesIn Skeletons, two paleobiologists recount how and why skeletons evolved, as well as the variety of forms they take and the many purposes they serve.
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Live Science
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Do Animals Ever Get Sunburned?Animals are at risk of sunburn, but do they ever burn their skin?
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There's Nothing Noble about Science’s Nobel Prize Gender GapOpinion: Given the dearth of women receiving the top science prizes, it's time for the Nobel Committee to revamp how it awards great work.
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Boost Your Nintendo Switch Experience With These AccessoriesA rich ecosystem of Switch add-ons makes Nintendo’s compact console even more fun.
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Are We Really Prepared for the Genetic Revolution?Genetic data could lead to more personalized, meaningful education, but only if parents, teachers and policymakers understand genetics well enough to correctly use the information — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Big Tech's Fight for Net Neutrality Moves Behind the ScenesGoogle, Facebook, and others didn't join a "Red Alert" day earlier this month, but they are backing a lawsuit to restore net neutrality rules.
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Puppy Brain Scans Could Help Pick the Best Dog Bomb SniffersResearchers are working to identify behavioral and neurological indicators that determine which lil puppers will grow into good bomb-sniffing doggos.
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Bilsælgere skræmmer kunder væk fra elbilerEn undersøgelse viser, at bilsælgere i de nordiske lande bevidst styrer kunder væk fra elbiler. Det er politikerne og industriens skyld, siger forsker.
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A Timeline of Trump Associates Asking for Dirt on ClintonOn Thursday, The Wall Street Journal reported that longtime Donald Trump adviser Roger Stone tried to solicit information about Hillary Clinton from WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in September 2016. At the time, the Journal reported, Stone wrote to Randy Credico, a New York radio host who had interviewed Assange, and asked Credico to ask Assange for “any State or HRC e-mail from August 10 to Au
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Campaign-Finance Reform Can Save the GOPIf Republicans lose the House in 2018, expect the Trumpist right to start thinking very hard about the virtues of campaign-finance reform. Late last year, as Republicans in Congress scrambled to pass a sweeping tax overhaul, there was a palpable sense that if they failed to do so, their most devoted financial supporters might revolt. One Republican, Representative Chris Collins of New York, told
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The Soul of Solo Is a DroidSpoilers for Solo: A Star Wars Story ahead. George Lucas has long said that he envisioned Star Wars as a story told from the perspective of a robot, and that the lovable rolling trashcan R2-D2 is really the saga’s hero and narrator . But in the Star Wars universe itself, droids are far from central. They’re bought and sold, wantonly disassembled and deprogrammed, ignored and talked-over, used as
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Ugens debat: Markedet og bredbåndspuljenSpørgsmålet om, hvorvidt staten fortsat skal støtte udbygningen med bredbånd gennem bredbåndspuljen skabte debat på ing.dk.
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Is the Earth flat? Meet the people questioning scienceBelieve it or not, some people still think the world is flat, and that we are all victims of a giant conspiracy. Alex Moshakis heads to Birmingham to meet Britain’s Flat Earthers To the casual observer, there is nothing remarkable about the crowd gathered in a convention room at a central Birmingham hotel. Middle managers on a staff team-building exercise, perhaps. But their conversations give th
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How her passion for jellyfish led one woman to self-empowerment and a bid to save the planetAs well as being amazing marvels of nature, the gelatinous sea creatures are harbingers of the most serious issues that face us and this should be a call to arms Looking back, I see that jellyfish came to me when the haze of sleepless nights brought on by kids’ cries and the frenzy of cramming a working day into the scant hours of pre-school began to lift. And, even though I still looked good on
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The Observer view on the standoff over the Galileo project | Observer editorialIn refusing to reimburse Britain for its investment in the satellite system, the EU is being absurdly punitive The row between the UK and the EU over the €10bn Galileo satellite navigation project is turning nasty. For once, this unnecessary spat is not Britain’s fault. It is, of course, true that the argument over who can access this spanking new system, who builds it and who pays for it would n
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Lab-grown meat might not be the answer to our protein problemEnvironment It’ll be more efficient than the real thing, but that’s not saying much. It’ll be more efficient than the real thing, but that’s not saying much. Here’s how lab-grown meat actually compares to available alternatives…
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EurekAlert! – Breaking News
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UNIST introduces novel method to grow elastic diamondsAn international team of researchers, affiliated with South Korea's Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) has unveiled that brittle diamonds can be bent and stretched elastically when made into ultrafine needles.
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AI's newest target for worker displacement: journalists?They're comin' right for us! Read More
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Scientists shrink chemistry lab to seek evidence of life on MarsAn international team of scientists has created a tiny chemistry lab for a rover that will drill beneath the Martian surface looking for signs of past or present life.
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England could have new national parks in Gove reviewEnvironment Secretary Michael Gove launches a review of the country's protected landscapes.
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Genome study presents new way to track historical demographics of US populationsResearchers have developed a method to estimate historical effective population size, which is the number of individuals who pass on their genes to the next generation, to reveal the shifting demographic history of US populations during the last several thousand years.
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What makes us well? Diversity, health care, and public transit matterDiverse neighbors. Health centers. Commuter trains. These community attributes, and other key factors, are linked to well-being and quality of life, according to researchers.
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Dusty rainfall records reveal new understanding of Earth's long-term climateAncient rainfall records stretching 550,000 years into the past may upend scientists' understanding of what controls the Asian summer monsoon and other aspects of the Earth's long-term climate. Milankovitch theory says solar heating of the northernmost part of the globe drives the world's climate swings between ice ages and warmer periods. The new work turns Milankovitch in its head by suggesting
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EOVSA reveals new insights into solar flares' explosive energy releasesLast September, a massive new region of magnetic field erupted on the Sun's surface next to an existing sunspot. The powerful collision of magnetic fields produced a series of potent solar flares, causing turbulent space weather conditions at Earth. These flares were captured in their moment-by-moment progression.
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Selective neural connections can be reestablished in retina after injuryThe brain's ability to form new neural connections, called neuroplasticity, is crucial to recovery from some types of brain injury, but this process is hard to study and remains poorly understood. A new study of neural circuit repair in the retina shows that neurons can make new connections to the right types of photoreceptors to restore selective connectivity after an injury.
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Bid to beat obesity focuses on fat that keeps us warmA new technique to study fat stores in the body could aid efforts to find treatments to tackle obesity, research suggests. The approach focuses on energy-burning tissues found deep inside the body — called brown fat — that help to keep us warm when temperatures drop.
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Hawaii volcano: How many people do volcanoes kill?Red-hot rivers of lava and clouds of ash can be deadly – but death by volcano is not inevitable.
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Alan Bean, moon-walking astronaut and artist, dies aged 86The fourth man to walk on the Moon became an accomplished painter, finding inspiration in space.
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New method for finding disease-susceptibility genesA team of researchers has unveiled a novel statistical algorithm, capable of identifying potential disease genes in a more accurate and cost-effective way.
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Shedding light on immune response in diseased coralsResearchers have found a correlation between a strong immune response in diseased corals and a lower expression of genes associated with growth and reproduction.
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New computational tool could help optimize treatment of Alzheimer's diseaseScientists have developed a novel computational approach that incorporates individual patients' brain activity to calculate optimal, personalized brain stimulation treatment for Alzheimer's disease.
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Gut bacteria play key role in anti-seizure effects of ketogenic dietScientists have identified specific gut bacteria that play an essential role in the anti-seizure effects of the ketogenic diet. The study is the first to establish a causal link between seizure susceptibility and the gut microbiota — the 100-trillion-or-so bacteria and other microbes that reside in our intestines.
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As Google Feeds Cats, Owl Lovers Cry FoulIn a Silicon Valley park, burrowing owls are dying and disappearing. Public records and a bit of snooping uncovered a path that led to Google and its feline-loving employees.
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Bill Nye is a scientist, because you’re not your college majorNye has spent almost his whole career teaching kids, but he's hated by right-wing ideologues for spreading the word of science. Read More
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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories
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Egypt's top court orders temporary suspension of YouTubeAn Egyptian court has ordered the suspension for one month of video-sharing website, YouTube, and others sharing a video found to be insulting the Muslim Prophet Mohammed.
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Peruvian scientists use DNA to trace origins of Inca emperorsResearchers in Peru believe they have traced the origins of the Incas —the largest pre-Hispanic civilization in the Americas—through the DNA of the modern-day descendants of their emperors.
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Astronaut and moonwalker Alan Bean dies at 86Former Apollo 12 astronaut Alan Bean, who was the fourth man to walk on the moon and later turned to painting to chronicle the moon landings on canvas, has died. He was 86.
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Crypto currency stunt on Everest linked to Sherpa deathA promotional stunt by an Irish tech company to bury $100,000 worth of a new cryptocurrency at Everest's summit has been linked to the death of a Sherpa guide, the company said Saturday.
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Florida, Alabama In A State Of Emergency As Subtropical Storm Alberto ApproachesThe first named storm this season is expected to bring heavy rains and flash flooding. Florida Gov. Rick Scott — and Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey later on Saturday — sounded alarm bells. (Image credit: National Hurricane Center/NOAA)
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Turning up the heat on thermoelectricsThermoelectric materials, heated under high magnetic fields, could produce record levels of energy, suggests a new study.
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OLEDs become brighter and more durableResearchers demonstrate the possibility of using ultrastable film formation to improve the performance of state-of-the-art OLEDs. The researchers show in a detailed study significant increases of efficiency and operational stability (> 15 percent for both parameters and all cases, significantly higher for individual samples) are achieved for four different phosphorescent emitters.
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Study reveals gaps in follow-up care after concussionBeing discharged from a hospital trauma center after receiving treatment for a traumatic brain injury (TBI) does not necessarily mean that a patient has fully recovered. TBI can lead to long-lasting physical and cognitive symptoms, but a new study suggests that many patients may not be receiving follow-up care.
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New chromosome study can lead to personalized counseling of pregnant womenFetuses with a specific, rare chromosomal aberration have a 20 percent risk of a developmental disorder or another brain disorder, a new study reveals. The findings may provide personalized diagnostics and counseling for these pregnant women.
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Bumblebees confused by iridescent colorsA new study shows for the first time that dazzling iridescent colors in animals can act as camouflage.
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