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….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>z ….. Moving closer to producing heparin in the lab Researchers moved one step closer to the ability to make heparin in cultured cells. Heparin is a potent anti-coagulant and the most prescribed drug in hospitals, yet cell-culture-based production of heparin is currently not possible. Heparin is now produced by extracting the drug from pig intestines, which is a concern for safety, sustainability, and security reasons.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>z ….. Neuroscientists find memory cells that help us interpret new situations Imagine you are meeting a friend for dinner at a new restaurant. You may try dishes you haven't had before, and your surroundings will be completely new to you. However, your brain knows that you have had similar experiences — perusing a menu, ordering appetizers, and splurging on dessert are all things that you have probably done when dining out. MIT neuroscientists have now identified populatio

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>z ….. Researchers achieve remote control of hormone release using magnetic nanoparticles Abnormal levels of stress hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol are linked to a variety of mental health disorders, including depression and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). MIT researchers have now devised a way to remotely control the release of these hormones from the adrenal gland, using magnetic nanoparticles.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>z ….. The power source of the biggest explosions in the universe found A team of astrophysicists finds evidence that a collapsing magnetic field causes gamma-ray bursts. Gamma-ray bursts are the most powerful and brightest explosions in the universe. The team used data from a space telescope of a supernova 4.5 billion light-years away. A new study proposes an answer to the mystery of what powers gamma-ray bursts – the brightest and most powerful explosions in the un 9644 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Zimbabwe's shattered economy poses a serious challenge to fighting COVID-19 The COVID-19 pandemic has left Zimbabwe in an extremely difficult situation. As of early April, the number of infections and deaths from the pandemic appeared low, although the available data isn't necessarily reliable. 9643 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Yet Another Consequence of the Pandemic: More Plastic Waste This new normal means mountains of single-use plastic—and few places to put it but the dump. 9642 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Wordsworth's wise advice for stressed out home-workers A creative activity could improve mood, by distracting from stress and developing self-confidence 9641 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Wildlife conservation in a time of pandemic Wildlife conservation is a type of work without end. It's ongoing. It revolves around time—while racing against it. Pausing amid a global pandemic isn't an option, because that could mean the difference between saving endangered species or not. 9640 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Why COVID-19 is hitting black Americans so hard COVID-19 in infecting and killing black Americans at an alarming rate, data show. A recent Associated Press analysis —one of the first attempts to examine the racial disparities of COVID-19 cases and deaths nationwide—found that, of nearly 3,300 of the 13,000 deaths so far, African Americans made up about 42% of the deceased. Black Americans account for about 21% of the total population in areas 9639 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Why am I having weird dreams lately? Because we all are. But know this: You can program your dreams. 9638 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. WHO Says COVID-19 Immunity Is An Unknown; Disease '10 Times Deadlier' Than 2009 Flu More than 440,000 people have recovered from COVID-19 — and their status is an important question. If people are immune after recovery, they could resume normal life activities more quickly 9637 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. WHO Investigates Reports of Recovered COVID-19 Patients Testing Positive Again What's going on? 9636 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Which is the best option, lockdown or herd immunity? We're about to find out | Simon Jenkins So far we haven't had the evidence to truly judge leaders and their coronavirus policies. With policies easing, we soon will Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The trickle is starting. Spain, Austria, Italy, China, possibly Germany and the US will this week begin, however hesitantly, the great return to work . As others hold back and some may even toughen lockdowns, the 9635 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. When will we have a coronavirus vaccine? While the official 12- to 18-month timeframe still stands, experimental Covid-19 inoculations for high-risk groups could be rolled out much earlier Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage When will we have a Covid-19 vaccine? Public-facing scientists such as the UK's chief scientific adviser, Sir Patrick Vallance, and his US counterpart, Anthony Fauci, keep repeating that it 9634 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. What We Can Learn From 1918 Influenza Diaries These letters and journals offer insights on how to record one's thoughts amid a pandemic 9633 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. What Teachers Need to Make Remote Schooling Work Editor's Note: This story is the 14th in our series " On Teaching ," which aims to collect the wisdom and knowledge of veteran educators. As the coronavirus pandemic has forced the vast majority of American students to learn at home or remotely, we're asking some of the country's most experienced and accomplished teachers to share their advice and identify their students' most urgent needs. San F 9632 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. What should we do with 1 billion hours of time? Australia's COVID-19 opportunity COVID-19's impact on the Australian labour market has been dramatic and multifaceted. 9631 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. What happens to people's lungs when they get coronavirus? Respiratory physician John Wilson explains the range of Covid-19 impacts, from no symptoms to severe illness featuring pneumonia Coronavirus – latest global updates See all our coronavirus coverage What became known as Covid-19, or the coronavirus, started in late 2019 as a cluster of pneumonia cases with an unknown cause. The cause of the pneumonia was found to be a new virus – severe acute resp 9630 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. What does the US-backed Opec+ deal mean for the world? Coronavirus looms large over a deal held together by diplomatic acrobatics 9629 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. What Biden Learned the Last Time the World Stopped It was by far the largest enterprise Joe Biden had ever led: a nearly $800 billion government-spending program intended to rescue the country from the worst economic collapse since the Great Depression. It involved more than 100,000 projects—275 programs within 28 federal agencies. "If we do everything right, there's still a 30 percent chance we're going to get it wrong," Biden himself said at th 9628 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. We need mass surveillance to fight covid-19—but it doesn't have to be creepy I stop the car when I see him walking slowly down the empty footpath outside our now shuttered building—I know he lives on campus and is far from home. I sent my students away more than a week ago; I think of them as diasporic now, not necessarily remote, but it is still a shock to see him. We talk about his studies, and his fiancée in San Francisco, and how strange this moment in which we find o 9627 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. We answer your questions on coronavirus and globalisation Rana Foroohar and Edward Luce will be answering questions here throughout the day 9626 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Wall Street slashes forecasts on US fund managers Investment groups suffered record withdrawals in March as coronavirus pandemic hit the markets 9625 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Wall Street rally loses steam after best week since 1974 Investors brace for start of quarterly earnings season on Wall Street 9624 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Voter Suppression by Pandemic Wisconsin voters faced a choice this week: risk your health or lose your vote. Those were the stakes on Tuesday, says Sherrilyn Ifill, the president and director-counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund. "I don't know that it gets more stark, really more humiliating for us as a democracy," she tells staff writer Edward-Isaac Dovere on an episode of The Atlantic 's politics podcast The Ticket . Ifi 9623 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Vaccine skeptics appear to think differently than others, research suggests Researchers at Texas Tech University discovered that vaccination skeptics overestimate dangers associated with other causes of mortality. The main drivers of vaccine hesitancy include a predilection for believing in conspiracy theories and distrust in the medical system. While the researchers are hopeful this could lead to overturning anti-vaxx sentiments, that is a challenging proposition in the 9622 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. US coronavirus death toll tops Italy's as world's worst Fatalities exceed 20,000 as number of cases in New York continues to rise 9621 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. US banks to report earnings under shadow of coronavirus Investors want to know the scale of provisions for souring loans because of lockdown 9620 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. UK's new ventilators still awaiting regulatory green light Delays linked to changing clinical understanding of how to best treat Covid-19 9619 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. UK lockdown expected to continue despite 'positive signs' Dominic Raab warns the country has yet to pass the peak of the virus 9618 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. UK could have Europe's worst coronavirus death rate, says adviser Daily death toll shows situation is comparable with other badly hit countries, says Jeremy Farrar Coronavirus – latest global updates Coronavirus – latest UK updates See all our coronavirus coverage The UK could end up with the worst coronavirus death rate in Europe, one of the government's leading scientific advisers has said. Prof Jeremy Farrar, the director of the Wellcome Trust and a pandemic 9617 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Trump's New Auto Rollback Is an Economic Disaster In the spring of 1944, as the Allies secretly prepared to invade France, a midwestern factory with the pleasant name of Willow Run produced one B-24 heavy bomber every hour. An astonishing feat, even now. Every day, 125 miles of copper wire and 8.6 million rivets went in one end of the factory's mile-long assembly line; every day, 24 completed airplanes, each two stories tall and 110 feet wide, c 9616 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Trump signs an executive order allowing mining the moon and asteroids In 2015, the Obama administration signed the U.S. Commercial Space Launch Competitiveness Act (CSLCA, or H.R. 2262) into law. This bill was intended to "facilitate a pro-growth environment for the developing commercial space industry" by making it legal for American companies and citizens to own and sell resources that they extract from asteroids and off-world locations (like the moon, Mars or bey 9615 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Trump advisers doubt swift reopening as WHO official says virus will 'stalk human race' Fauci warns of resurgence if restrictions dropped too soon US reputation hits rock-bottom over Trump's virus response Live global updates See all our coronavirus coverage Support the Guardian. Make a contribution Senior US public health officials have pushed back on Donald Trump's eagerness to reopen the country quickly, as a senior World Health Organization (WHO) figure warned that Covid-19 "is 9614 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Today's Cartoon: Coronavirus Battle A heroic effort. 9613 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Thousands lose last hope of having a baby as lockdown closes IVF clinics Women tell of 'bereavement' because they will be too old for fertility treatment when the coronavirus shutdown ends Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Thousands of couples may have missed their last chance of conceiving via IVF as fertility clinics shut their doors to patients on Wednesday. Some women who are only just young enough to be eligible for treatment will be t 9612 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. This is what it will take to get us back outside At some point covid-19 will be vanquished. By early April some 50 potential vaccines and nearly 100 potential treatment drugs were in development, according to the Milken Institute , and hundreds of clinical trials were already registered with the World Health Organization. Even with all these efforts, a vaccine is expected to take at least 12 to 18 months to bring to market. A treatment may arri 9611 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. The US has a collective action problem that's larger than Covid-19: Data show one of the strongest predictors of social distancing behavior is attitudes toward climate change. submitted by /u/lughnasadh [link] [comments] 9610 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. The True Costs of the COVID-19 Pandemic It will kill many directly, but the effort to fight it will incur a huge toll on other aspects of our health and well-being — Read more on 9609 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. The Timeless Lessons of Easter Are More Timely Than Ever O n Wednesday and Thursday nights, when Jews gathered in some virtual way for the seder feast, they asked, "How is this night different from all other nights?" Christians would do well to reflect similarly. The Jewish celebration of Passover and the Christian celebration of Holy Week overlap this year. Both recall dark nights from long ago when desperate people of faith gathered to face a scary f 9608 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. The Surreal Comforts of the SNL Quarantine Episode "There's no such thing as Saturdays anymore … Every day is today ," said Tom Hanks , introducing last night's unusual edition of Saturday Night Live , a TV show whose traditional format is wildly unsuited to a time of social isolation. SNL is usually written in cramped offices , filmed in front of a packed audience in bustling Midtown Manhattan, and aired in celebration of the weekend, which is a 9607 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. The road to recovery The US requires a co-ordinated response on Covid-19 testing and getting people back to work 9606 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. The Reason More Men Die From COVID-19 May Lie in Their Chromosomes Women have an inherent genetic advantage when it comes to fighting infectious diseases. 9605 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. The Pubs Are Closed, but Brits Keep Quizzing "Which country has the longest coastline?" "Which television characters are associated with Wimbledon?" " Sniffled Rotten is an anagram of which famous cartoon character?" I didn't know any of the answers. And judging by the many bemused faces in front of me, I wasn't alone. Some chose to confer with their partners, making sure to turn their mouths away so that no one might read their lips, befor 9604 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. The Pope Just Endorsed Universal Basic Income In an Easter letter to world leaders, Pope Francis opined that "this may be the time to consider a universal basic wage which would acknowledge and dignify the noble, essential tasks you carry out." "It would ensure and concretely achieve the ideal, at once so human and so Christian, of no worker without rights," the Pope argued. In the letter, Francis argued that many workers, including "street 9603 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. The pandemic's impact on education As former secretary of education for Massachusetts, Paul Reville is keenly aware of the financial and resource disparities between districts, schools, and individual students. The school closings due to coronavirus concerns have turned a spotlight on those problems and how they contribute to educational and income inequality in the nation. The Gazette talked to Reville, the Francis Keppel Professo 9602 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. The Pandemic Could Be an Opportunity to Remake Cities Cities from Bogota to Oakland are closing streets to make room for pedestrians and bikers. Urbanists think we'd be healthier if such changes were permanent. 9601 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. The Observer view on the coronavirus crisis: the toll that is a warning to us all | Observer editorial Torn between saving lives and rebuilding the economy, the government is sending out dangerously mixed messages Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage It was always going to get worse before it got better. But three weeks after Britain went into lockdown, the official death toll, certainly an underestimate, is unbearably bleak: the daily toll is nudging a thousand; total dea 9600 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. The hunt for a coronavirus vaccine Scientists in more than 40 labs around the world are working around the clock to develop a Covid-19 vaccine. Despite early success in sequencing the virus's genome, however, Samanth Subramanian tells Rachel Humphreys we are still some months away from knowing if one can be put into mass production This episode first aired on Today in Focus , a daily news podcast made by the Guardian team in Londo 9599 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. The history of ventilators is a 'remarkable journey' From bed-sized iron lungs to portable, computer-controlled systems, the ventilators used to treat life-threatening respiratory diseases—and so much in demand today—have had a "remarkable journey." It was painful to watch. At the height of the epidemic, hundreds of patients arrived at hospitals, smothering or drowning in their own secretions. The demand for ventilators far exceeded their supply. S 9598 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. The Guardian view on the climate and coronavirus: global warnings | Editorial Steep falls in emissions have been the pandemic's immediate effect. But what's needed is a green recovery Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage So far, discussions of a coronavirus exit strategy have mainly focused on the steps that could bring an end to the lockdown. In the short term, both in the UK and elsewhere, there is nothing more desirable than letting people resum 9597 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. The dos and don'ts of wearing a face mask People need clear advice on face-coverings during the coronavirus pandemic 9596 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. The coronavirus pandemic is already increasing inequality So far, the impact of the coronavirus crisis has not been felt equally across the UK population in health and economic terms. If it is followed by a major recession, the effect on inequality could worsen dramatically. 9595 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. The coronavirus crisis: A catalyst for entrepreneurship Throughout human history, crises have been pivotal in developing our societies. Pandemics have helped advance health-care systems, wars have fuelled technological innovations and the global financial crisis helped advance tech companies like Uber and Airbnb. The present coronavirus pandemic will arguably not be an exception; entrepreneurs can be expected to rise to the challenge. 9594 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. The City That Has Flattened the Coronavirus Curve San Francisco had yet to confirm a single case of the coronavirus when London Breed, the city's 45-year-old first-term mayor, declared a state of emergency in late February. Two weeks later, Breed's decision to ban gatherings 9593 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Super-charging drug development for COVID-19 Researchers are using cell-free manufacturing to ramp up production of valinomycin, a promising drug that has proven effective in obliterating SARS-CoV in cellular cultures. 9592 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Study shows pangolins may have passed new coronavirus from bats to humans Pangolins, not snakes, may be the missing link for transmission of the new coronavirus from bats to humans. 9591 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Study finds rise in between-workplace inequalities in the US, high-income countries A new analysis of earnings inequalities by an international team of 27 researchers has found that the between-workplace share of wage inequality is growing in 12 of 14 high-income countries studied, and that the countries vary a great deal in their levels and trends in overall earnings inequality.
31 9590 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Study finds remdesivir effective against a key enzyme of coronavirus that causes COVID-19 Scientists at the University of Alberta have shown that the drug remdesivir is highly effective in stopping the replication mechanism of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, according to new research published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry.The paper follows closely on research published by the same lab in late February that demonstrated how the drug worked against the Middle East Respira 9589 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Stuck Inside? The Future of Grocery Shopping is Meal Delivery Services Cooking healthy meals at home is difficult enough under normal circumstances, with all the planning, shopping, and preparation that's typically required. But it's especially difficult now that normal life has come to a screeching halt, and you're trapped inside all day with your roommate, significant other, or kids who need to learn long division while you're trying to talk to your co-workers on 9588 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. South Korea polls turn spotlight on democratic erosion in virus crisis Seoul election go-ahead contrasts with strongman leaders elsewhere in region capitalising on pandemic 9587 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Small Chloroquine Study Halted Over Risk of Fatal Heart Complications A research trial of coronavirus patients in Brazil ended after patients taking a higher dose of chloroquine, one of the drugs President Trump has promoted, developed irregular heart rates. 9586 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Shell-shocked companies given a crash course in survival The coronavirus crisis has forced businesses to firefight but more profound restructurings will be needed 9585 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Science funding must remain after the crisis Research communities are not born overnight; to remain, investment must be secure 9584 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Saudi Arabia repatriating thousands of migrants back to Ethiopia UN official warns mass deportations risk spread of coronavirus to the region 9583 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Sackings and ineligibility for benefits deepen migrants' plight in crisis Many low-skilled workers in the UK face prospect of life with little or no income 9582 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Rambølls danske chef om Coronakrisen: »Jeg har ikke ro på« PLUS. At forsøge at forudsige fremtiden i en periode med den største usikkerhed nogensinde. Det er den primære ledelsesopgave for Ib Enevoldsen, direktør for Rambøll i Danmark. Frygten for recession kan få hans tanker til at køre i negative spiraler, men indtil videre har driften kunnet fortsætte med e… 9581 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Radio Corona, Apr 14: John Van Reenen on economic policy and covid-19 In this episode of Radio Corona , Jennifer Strong, our audio and live journalism editor, will speak with economist John Van Reenen about how to make effective policy to salvage the global economy. Reenen is a professor of Applied Economics at MIT and recently won the National Institute for Health Care Management (NIHCM) research award for his paper " The Price Ain't Right? Hospital Prices and Hea 9580 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Quinn the Quarantine Fox Tops This Week's Internet News Roundup The social media mascot of the US Consumer Product Safety Commission is exactly what anxious home-bound internet dwellers need right now. 9579 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Qantas employees quarantined in coronavirus cluster More than 750 workers forced to self-isolate highlighting vulnerability of aviation sector 9578 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Private schools' land targeted for families without gardens Key adviser calls for government to requisition playing fields for daily exercise during lockdown Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Pressure is mounting on private schools to open their land to the public and ease overcrowding in city parks, with a key government adviser urging ministers to requisition them to help avoid potential social unrest during the lockdown. Pro 9577 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Porn is helping people cope with the pandemic Self-isolation can be boring and lonely. So, people are turning to online porn. (Annie Spratt/Unsplash/) Joshua B. Grubbs is an assistant professor of psychology at Bowling Green State University. This story originally featured on The Conversation . Across the globe, the coronavirus pandemic is affecting almost all aspects of daily life. Travel is down; jobless claims are up ; and small businesse 9576 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Pope and church leaders prepare for virtual Easter as lockdowns tighten worldwide The pontiff's traditional St Peter's Square address will be replaced by online message as global infections near 1,800,000 Coronavirus latest updates Julian Assange at risk from Covid-19 in prison, says partner The pope and other Christian leaders are preparing to give their annual Easter addresses over the internet as churches stand empty and countries around the world continue to extend lockdow 9575 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Poland's Ukrainian workers rush home amid pandemic Return of more than 100,000 people leaves businesses reliant on migrant labour facing a struggle for staff 9574 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Photos: Easter Services in a Distanced World With government-imposed lockdowns and self-isolation measures in place due to the coronavirus outbreak, Christians who wanted to observe Easter Sunday together found themselves challenged. Churches around the world came up with workarounds to reach out to their followers, including drive-in services, live-streamed prayers, virtual attendance, and traveling clergymen. Collected below are images fr 9573 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. PARP inhibitor drugs can be 'tuned' for better killing of tumor cells A prospective 'PARP inhibitor' drug that has struggled to show effectiveness in clinical trials against cancers can be structurally modified to greatly increase its power to kill tumor cells, researchers say. 9572 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Oversupply of hospital beds helps Germany to fight virus Critics had called for drastic cull in number of facilities before the pandemic 9571 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Over 370,000 People Have Survived COVID-19. Here's What We Know About Recovery The disease can have lasting effects. 9570 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Operation Masks and the battle against price gouging Disorganised bidding has led to cut-throat competition for critical protective equipment 9569 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Opec secures record global oil cuts deal under US pressure Oil prices edge higher after Donald Trump hails 'big oil deal' with cartel 9568 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Omeprazole As An Additive For Coronavirus Therapy One of the notable things about the current pandemic is the way that all our modern biology and analytical techniques are on display. Molecular biology, structural biology, bioinformatics, technologies like cryo-EM structure determination, fast sequencing, protein interaction screening and more – this is a real-time look at how basic biomedical research gets done. I've been reading a new preprint 9567 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Ocular scientists advise contact lens and spectacles wearers during COVID-19 pandemic A new peer-reviewed paper from five prominent ocular scientists will help eye care practitioners instruct and reassure contact lens wearers during the global COVID-19 / coronavirus pandemic. Important Considerations for Contact Lens Practitioners' delves into multiple aspects of eye health amidst the global health crisis, with a spe 9566 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. NMC administrators seek to assure UAE medical staff Hospitals run by the former FTSE 100 company are tackling the coronavirus outbreak 9565 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. NHS 'score' tool to decide which patients receive critical care Doctors will use three metrics: age, frailty and underlying conditions 9564 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. New York struggles to bury its coronavirus dead Morgues, cemeteries and funeral homes in Queens are overwhelmed by bodies 9563 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. New model finds countries should work together to control coronavirus, harmful species Countries looking to contain the spread of harmful species and diseases like COVID-19 should work together in multiple hotspots, according to a new model developed by an Arizona State University researcher. 9562 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. New issuance of SDRs is vital to help poorer countries Emerging markets cannot cover their external financing needs on their own 9561 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. NASA's Offering Online Astronaut Training While You're Stuck in Lockdown This is so cool. 9560 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Museum: Anne Frank's Diary More Relevant Than Ever After 75 Years She hid in isolation for two years. 9559 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. MPs ready to embrace technology for digital parliament Virtual sittings of Commons would allow debates by video-link after April 21 recall 9558 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. More Recovered Coronavirus Patients Are Testing Positive Again South Korean officials say that more than 116 people have tested positive for COVID-19 —after having been cleared of it previously, Reuters reports . That's bad news for public health, because it's been a widespread assumption that people who recover from the coronavirus will be able to go out and resume their lives after recovering. There are plenty of caveats to South Korea's plans, though. Acc 9557 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. More Evidence Suggests Pangolins May Have Passed Coronavirus From Bats to Humans How did it all start? 9556 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Mobile cash can help Africa fight Covid-19 Without it, locked down informal workers face death by disease or hunger 9555 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Ministers 'must be open with NHS about PPE shortages' Top hospital boss says frankness is only way to help service, even if opponents 'weaponise' admission Coronavirus – latest updates Is protective equipment getting to NHS staff on the coronavirus frontline? Here's the truth | Chris Hopson Ministers must admit when the NHS is heading for shortages of personal protective equipment for staff, even if opponents "weaponise" such openness, an influentia 9554 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Millennials Don't Stand a Chance Hello, lost generation. The Millennials entered the workforce during the worst downturn since the Great Depression. Saddled with debt, unable to accumulate wealth, and stuck in low-benefit, dead-end jobs, they never gained the financial security that their parents, grandparents, or even older siblings enjoyed. They are now entering their peak earning years in the midst of an economic cataclysm mo 9553 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. MBA students demand tuition fee refunds over campus closures Candidates at Wharton among those protesting over diminished educational experience 9552 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Mathematical modeling draws more accurate picture of coronavirus cases Mathematical modeling can take what information is reported about the coronavirus, including the clearly underreported numbers of cases, factor in knowns like the density and age distribution of the population in an area, and compute a more realistic picture of the virus' infection rate, numbers that will enable better prevention and preparation, modelers say. 9551 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Math model: COVID-19 to peak April 20 in United States The United States will peak in the number of "active" COVID-19 cases on or around April 20, predicts a new data-driven mathematical model of the pandemic. "This indicates an important turning point that each country will reach in the COVID-19 pandemic, and we predict that the United States is on course to reach this point in the coming weeks," says Ka-Kit Tung, a professor of applied mathematics 9550 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Loss of smell and taste validated as COVID-19 symptoms in patients with high recovery rate–los041320.php Researchers at UC San Diego Health publish the first empirical findings that strongly associate sensory loss and COVID-19, the respiratory disease caused by the novel coronavirus. 9549 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Loneliness and despair prey on India's stranded students Abandoned citizens describe New Delhi's decision to seal off the country as a 'nightmare' 9548 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Lockdown lunches: how to bake the best bread during coronavirus Food writer Tim Hayward shows the FT's Daniel Garrahan how to make the perfect loaf 9547 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Libyans suffer water and gas shortages as they confront Covid-19 Worsening conditions in the capital increase threat posed by the virus 9546 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Boris Johnson's illness has made him more powerful The UK prime minister's brush with death has deepened his ties with voters 9545 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Job appraisal by numbers encourages pay inequalities | Torsten Bell The way your performance review is delivered can have a huge effect on how big your bonus is Exams are off, thanks to coronavirus. It's a big deal, with rows about the best way to allocate grades amid this lockdown. Those grades determine education opportunities and jobs. Equal opportunity and meritocracy are seen by many as crucial features of our society. This approach extends into the world of 9544 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Japan urges public to reduce social contacts by 80% Experts fear half-measures could hurt the economy without stopping spread of coronavirus 9543 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. It's the perfect time to stop our unconscious bias going viral In times like this it's essential we become aware of the ways in which we are biased – so it doesn't become prejudice When behavioural scientist Dr Pragya Agarwal moved from Delhi to York more than 20 years ago, her first priority was to blend in. As a single parent, a woman of colour and an academic, she worked hard to "water down" the things that made her different from those around her. Yet th 9542 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Research in mice shows how special cells help the brain distinguish between a range of competing odours. 9541 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Iran's president has left nation open to second Covid-19 wave – critics Hassan Rouhani has eased social distancing rules and businesses are reopening UK coronavirus updates – live See all our coronavirus coverage Iran's president has been accused of leaving the country exposed to a second coronavirus outbreak after he relaxed social distancing rules in the face of concerns that as many as 7 million Iranians had been left jobless or suffering wage cuts because of the 9540 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. iPads Are Crucial Health Care Tools in Combating Covid-19 – Hospitals are deploying tablets and smartphones to protect staff, preserve protective equipment, and help patients connect with loved ones. submitted by /u/speckz [link] [comments] 9539 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Investor appetite for emergency cash calls grows Shareholders warm to discounts while an easing in guidance makes it easier for boards to act swiftly 9538 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Investment banks braced for pandemic earnings wipeout European lenders seen as more vulnerable, with Wall Street poised to grab market share 9537 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Inside Wuhan's liberation, Japan on lockdown The coronavirus' place of origin, Wuhan, has emerged from the world's largest mass quarantine 9536 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. If Biden Wins, He'll Have to Put the World Back Together If Joe Biden wins the election in November, he will likely be sworn in—perhaps virtually—under the most challenging circumstances since Harry Truman became president in 1945. The country will probably be in the end stages of a brutal pandemic and faced with the worst economy since the Great Depression. The Treasury will be significantly depleted. Millions of people will have lost loved ones, thei 9535 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. I made a site to collect ideas for how COVID-19 could lead to long-term positive change that I think this sub would appreciate submitted by /u/hazzamadazzla [link] [comments] 9534 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Hundreds flock to London's parks on sunny Saturday As the capital's Victoria Park reopens its gates after two weeks, the rules on exercise and social distancing remain blurred Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage As temperatures nudged into the 20s yesterday on a brilliant morning in east London, one of Victoria Park's management team admitted she and her colleagues had "been doing rain dances" in the vain hope of poor we 9533 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. How to tell seasonal allergies from COVID-19 symptoms View this post on Instagram 9532 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. How sharply has China's economy contracted? Market Questions is the FT's guide to the week ahead 9531 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. How Scientists Can Volunteer to Help Fight COVID-19 Researchers are offering tools, equipment, time, and expertise to help alleviate COVID-19 suffering. Here's how you can chip in. 9530 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. How long will Australia have social distancing? I'm an epidemiologist and the truth is, nobody knows | Meru Sheel There is no perfect answer to controlling this pandemic – these lockdowns are not a tested health measure Sign up for Guardian Australia's daily coronavirus email Download the free Guardian app to get the most important news notifications Coronavirus Australia maps and cases: live numbers and statistics Yesterday I had a good day, but today I am missing my family. This is how many of my friends a 9529 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. How did coronavirus start and where did it come from? Was it really Wuhan's animal market? It's likely Covid-19 originated in bats, scientists say. But did it then spread to pangolins and humans? Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage In the public mind, the origin story of coronavirus seems well fixed: in late 2019 someone at the now world-famous Huanan seafood market in Wuhan was infected with a virus from an animal. The rest is part of an awful history still i 9528 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. How COVID-19 could ruin weather forecasts and climate records As climate- and ecological-monitoring projects go dark, data that stretch back for decades will soon contain coronavirus-associated gaps. 9527 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. How coronavirus is turbocharging office holiday politics Annual leave rosters were always a nightmare to devise but now they have become impossible 9526 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. How Coronavirus Is Kickstarting the 21st Century submitted by /u/frequenttimetraveler [link] [comments] 9525 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. How China Deceived the WHO Back in January, when the pandemic now consuming the world was still gathering force, a Berkeley research scientist named Xiao Qiang was monitoring China's official statements about a new coronavirus then spreading through Wuhan and noticed something disturbing. Statements made by the World Health Organization, the international body that advises the world on handling health crises, often echoed 9524 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. How Antibody Tests Can Inform Public Policies To Mitigate Coronavirus Pandemic Stanford is testing for coronavirus antibodies so they can determine who has been exposed and who could potentially go back to school or work. NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks to Dr. Jay Bhattacharya. 9523 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. How a Nuclear Submarine Officer Learned to Live in Tight Quarters – Issue 84: Outbreak I'm no stranger to forced isolation. For the better part of my 20s, I served as a nuclear submarine officer running secret missions for the United States Navy. I deployed across the vast Pacific Ocean with a hundred other sailors on the USS Connecticut, a Seawolf-class ship engineered in the bygone Cold War era to be one of the fastest, quietest, and deepest-diving submersibles ever constructed. 9522 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Hitachi anticipates wave of Chinese infrastructure spending Japanese conglomerate expects rebound in construction industry as cities end lockdowns 9521 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Half of coronavirus deaths happen in care homes, data from EU suggests Figures from Italy, Spain, France, Ireland and Belgium suggest UK may be underestimating care sector deaths Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage About half of all Covid-19 deaths appear to be happening in care homes in some European countries, according to early figures gathered by UK-based academics who are warning that the same effort must be put into fighting the virus 9520 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Guidance for patients with IBD during the COVID-19 pandemic Today, the American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) published new COVID-19 guidance for gastroenterologists treating patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). 9519 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Great time to try: starting a vegetable garden There is a long history of looking to one's own garden or small farm when the weight of economic and political chaos becomes too much to bear. 9518 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Government looks to expand bailout loan scheme Amount available for midsized companies to borrow will be raised to £50m 9517 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Government criticised over PPE and tests as death toll hits 10,000 Official adviser says UK could end up with highest number of coronavirus fatalities in Europe Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The government has been warned that Britain risks having the highest death toll from coronavirus in Europe as the total number of fatalities from the disease in UK hospitals rose above 10,000 . As Boris Johnson left hospital on Sunday, critici 9516 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Global economy already set for historic contraction Tiger index suggested collapse in activity before the height of the coronavirus crisis 9515 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Gig Work Relief, Auto Care, and More Car News This Week Ride-sharing drivers qualify for jobless benefits—with a catch. Plus, Google and Apple say they can track Covid-19 patients and still protect privacy. 9514 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. G20 nations close in on debt deal for poor countries Proposed six-month freeze on payments aims to avoid emerging market health crisis 9513 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Future aerosol emission reductions will worsen atmospheric diffusion conditions in eastern China As one of the world's most densely populated regions, eastern China has been plagued by air pollution. The future projection of atmospheric diffusion conditions conducive to extreme haze events over eastern China is therefore of great importance for government emission regulations and public human health. 9512 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Four Mexico states call for new tax deal with López Obrador Governors seize on criticisms of president over lack of coronavirus stimulus 9511 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. For a better future, use this time to establish green habits at home Social distancing during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic is challenging but also presents families with a unique opportunity to develop new habits and start new projects at home. 9510 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Federal Reserve has encouraged moral hazard on a grand scale Chair Powell has gone from preaching about credit risks to buying junk bond funds 9509 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Fear the future? Rebecca Costa says you should do the opposite. She explains why. submitted by /u/SocialObserver3802 [link] [comments] 9508 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Fauci: Acting Sooner Would "Obviously" Have Meant Fewer Deaths While President Trump continues to alternate between congratulating himself for his response to the COVID-19 pandemic and seeking out new scapegoats for the damage it's done, his top infectious disease expert says it's "obvious" that many coronavirus-linked deaths could have been prevented. "Again, it's the 'what would have, what could have,'" Dr. Anthony Fauci, head of the National Institute of 9507 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Fall of the roaming empire: telecom groups face revenue loss as travel collapses Industry forecast to suffer $25bn hit this year as coronavirus changes working life 9506 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. European ports and warehouses brace for surge in containers Ships set off from Asia before coronavirus spread but demand for goods has since fallen 9505 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. European Coronavirus Lockdowns Expected to Last Into May: Live Coverage As some countries weighed easing restrictions, others signaled that it would be premature. President Vladimir V. Putin said Russia's outbreak was bad and getting worse, a reversal of the Kremlin's official tone. 9504 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Europe's drive to save jobs risks fuelling north-south inequality Schemes to shield EU nations from US-style surge in unemployment vary in effectiveness 9503 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. EU must call out the follies of Poland's Covid-19 election A perfectly appropriate and entirely legal way of postponing the poll exists 9502 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. EU calls for co-ordination of lockdown exit strategy Brussels seeks to prevent repeat of fragmented response in early stages of crisis 9501 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Easter tornado threat poses safety dilemma during pandemic The threat of strong tornadoes and other damaging weather on Easter posed a double-edged safety dilemma for Deep South communities deciding how to protect residents during the coronavirus pandemic. 9500 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Doctor fronting US virus response subject of partisan warfare Democrats come to Anthony Fauci's defence after Trump retweets a call for his firing 9499 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Deciding how to end lockdown will be hard, but we should do it soon An end to lockdown is many weeks away for some nations, but decisions on how to do it need to be made now so we can make preparations and communicate it clearly 9498 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. COVID-19: Economic impact, human solutions The COVID-19 pandemic is confronting every level of the U.S. economy with an unprecedented challenge, and the government must mount a sustained, ambitious economic response lasting months and perhaps years, UC Berkeley economists said in an online forum today. 9497 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. COVID-19: Cedars-Sinai physician co-authors analysis of antiviral drug In a small group of patients hospitalized with severe complications of COVID-19 and treated with the experimental antiviral drug remdesivir, clinical improvement was observed in 68% of patients treated, according to an analysis co-authored by Jonathan Grein, MD, director of Hospital Epidemiology at Cedars-Sinai. 9496 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. COVID-19: Australian research offers hope as world struggles with ventilator shortage A world-first breakthrough by Australian researchers in ventilator splitting could help hospitals under severe stress as the number of critical COVID-19 cases continues to rise. 9495 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. COVID-19 test could deliver results in 10 minutes A new in vitro diagnostic test for COVID-19 could deliver results in less than 10 minutes, researchers say. As COVID-19 cases spike, the need for faster, more accessible testing is clear. Limited availability, leaves many patients with symptoms—and their physicians—wondering whether they have the virus. Even when patients do get a test, overwhelmed labs can take several days to get the results. T 9494 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. COVID-19 policy could lead to a spike in methane emissions A new report from the International Energy Agency (IEA), published on March 31, shows that global methane emissions from the oil and gas sector increased by nearly four percent from 2018 to 2019. That trend could continue in 2020 and beyond, due, in part, to the economic downturn resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. While the downturn is widely expected to lead to a decline in carbon dioxide emis 9493 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. COVID-19 news from Annals of Internal Medicine Diagnostic testing to identify infected persons is central to efforts to control the COVID-19 pandemic. This review from McGill University Health Centre synthesizes current knowledge of diagnostic options available to clinicians, highlights key gaps in current diagnostic capacity, and discusses potential solutions. 9492 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. COVID-19 is another wake up call for food security With lockdowns ordered to contain the COVID-19 pandemic—that has reached 183 countries, infected over 1.7 million people and caused over 100,000 deaths—there are fears of food shortages caused by panic buying and supply chain disruptions. 9491 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. COVID-19 and the built environment Social distancing has Americans mostly out of the places they usually gather and in their homes as we try to reduce the spread of COVID-19. But some buildings, such as hospitals and grocery stores, have to remain open, and at some point, most of us will go back to the office or workplace. What is the role of building design in disease transmission, and can we change how we design the built environ 9490 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Could inhibiting the DPP4 enzyme help treat coronavirus? Researchers and clinicians are scrambling to find ways to combat COVID-19, including new therapeutics and eventually a vaccine. In a commentary published in the journal Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice, Miller School of Medicine professor and endocrinologist Gianluca Iacobellis, M.D., Ph.D., suggests the DPP4 enzyme presents an interesting target for further research, and DPP4 inhibitors co 9489 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Coronavirus: is investment management the weak link? The threat of another financial crisis stems from a less regulated part of the industry 9488 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Coronavirus Updates: Chinese Citizens Returning From Russia Fuel New Spike Almost 100 new cases were reported in China, the largest increase in more than a month. A study of a drug, related to the one President Trump has promoted, was halted after several patients developed potentially fatal heartbeat irregularities. 9487 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Coronavirus symptoms: what are they and when should I call a doctor? What are the first symptoms caused by the Covid-19 virus, how does it spread, and should you call the NHS? Find all our coronavirus coverage here Coronavirus – latest updates How to protect yourself and others from infection It is caused by a member of the coronavirus family that has never been encountered before. Like other coronaviruses, it has transferred to humans from animals. The World Heal 9486 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Coronavirus statistics: what can we trust and what should we ignore? The flurry of figures, graphs and projections surrounding the pandemic is confusing. Two experts guide us through the maze Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The past few weeks has seen an unstoppable epidemic … of statistics . The flood threatens to overwhelm us all, but what do all these numbers mean? Here are eight statistics you may see, with some warnings about how 9485 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Coronavirus re-sets agenda for Conference on Future of Europe EU commissioner says public health will take centre stage at consultation 9484 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Coronavirus Nasal Swab: 3 Vans, 6 Coolers, a Plane, a Storm and 2 Labs The backlog for Covid-19 testing in New Jersey and other parts of the country is getting worse, not better. From the nose of a patient on a mile-long line to a phone call days later, bottlenecks thwart its progress. 9483 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Coronavirus Live Updates: With Death Toll Rising, Leaders Wrestle With How Soon to Lift Restrictions Many churches are offering virtual Easter services, but some say bans on gathering in person violate religious freedom. A Times investigation examines President Trump's slow response to the crisis. 9482 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Coronavirus Live Updates: U.S. Surpasses Italy in Total Deaths While North Korea Vows Stricter Measures Pope Francis will say Easter Mass by live-stream. Christians across the United States prepared to celebrate Easter by gathering virtually on Sunday. A Times investigation examines President Trump's delays in facing the crisis. 9481 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Coronavirus Live Updates: As Social Curbs Slow Spread, Pressure Grows to Ease Them Policymakers around the world are debating when and how to start reopening businesses. Earlier interventions on the West Coast may have limited the virus's effects. A major meat plant closes indefinitely after nearly 300 workers test positive. 9480 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Coronavirus Live Updates: 6 Northeast Governors to Join Forces to Plan Reopening of Region Policymakers around the world are debating when and how to start reopening businesses. A major meat plant closes indefinitely after nearly 300 workers test positive. Tornadoes and severe thunderstorms killed at least 18 people in the South. 9479 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Coronavirus live news: global cases pass 1.8m as Italy and New York death tolls slow WHO official warns Covid-19 will 'stalk' human race; global deaths pass 110,000; Boris Johnson discharged from hospital. Follow the latest updates Coronavirus latest: at a glance Fauci confirms report Trump rebuffed social distancing advice Spain eases lockdown as rate of coronavirus infections hits new low US coronavirus updates – live Australia coronavirus updates – live 2.15am BST On that note 9478 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Coronavirus latest: ECB official warns eurozone economy could shrink 10% [no content] 9477 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Coronavirus latest: Asian stocks and US futures slip after big rally [no content] 9476 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Coronavirus Is Changing How We Live, Work, and Use Tech—Permanently Within a week, many world leaders went from downplaying the seriousness of coronavirus to declaring a state of emergency. Even the most efficacious of nations seem to be simultaneously confused and exasperated, with delayed responses revealing incompetence and inefficiency the world over. So this begs the question: why is it so difficult for us to comprehend the scale of what an unmitigated globa 9475 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Coronavirus Fears Prompt Suspensions Of Bans On Single-Use Plastic Bags Manufacturers, lawmakers and grocery store workers say the reusable bags could transmit the virus, but according to scientists there aren't enough studies to know whether that's true. (Image credit: Tony Dejak/AP) 9474 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Coronavirus crisis revives Franco-German relations Paris and Berlin worked together to broker emergency eurozone rescue package 9473 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Coronavirus challenges Japan's paternalistic work culture Outbreak is shaking up workplaces governed by strict corporate rules and rituals 9472 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Coronavirus and the threat to US supremacy Two questions serve as a reality check on excessive American declinism 9471 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Coronavirus (COVID-19) testing, next steps, and the role of small business The BioScience Talks podcast features discussions of topical issues related to the biological sciences. 9470 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Connecticut: Images of the Constitution State Connecticut is the third-smallest state in the Union, by area, and has the fourth-highest population density. This New England state has many harbor towns on its southern coastline along Long Island Sound, as well as industrial cities and rural towns and villages further inland. Here are a few glimpses of the landscape of Connecticut and some of the animals and people calling it home. This photo 9469 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Companies try to slow product shipments from overseas 'Slow steaming' options for imports gain popularity as coronavirus lockdowns sap demand 9468 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Closing parks when they're needed most is especially cruel These spaces have always been at centre of power, class warfare and both progressive and far-right politics 9467 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Circumventing huge volume strain in alloy anodes of lithium batteries Alloy anode materials in lithium batteries usually suffer from fatal structural degradation due to the large volume change during cycling. Here the authors report a design in which Al foil serves as both anode and current collector to circumvent the strain. 9466 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Chinese scientists determine structure of COVID-19 main protease and identify inhibitors A team of Chinese scientists has reported the high-resolution crystal structure of the main protease (M pro ) of the COVID-19 virus and has identified drugs that may hold promise in combating the virus.a 9465 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. China-Africa relations rocked by alleged racism over Covid-19 Africans in Guangzhou evicted from hotels and had passports confiscated, officials say 9464 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. China clamping down on coronavirus research, deleted pages suggest submitted by /u/mynameisalex1 [link] [comments] 9463 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Can Universal Basic Income REALLY Save Us? Free Money After Coronavirus Makes Millions Unemployed submitted by /u/Chispy [link] [comments] 9462 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Call for schools to open in the summer after lockdown Children's commissioner says schools will play an important role, but teachers and parents may oppose loss of six-week break Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Schools should consider opening in some form over the six-week summer holidays to help children catch up with the curriculum – and to provide childcare for families who need to get back to work, the children's co 9461 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Buyers needed for $3tn of US government debt Which investors will join the US central bank in the bidding? 9460 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. BP tests offshore oil and gas workers for coronavirus Energy major uses private Aberdeen clinic while government struggles with supplies 9459 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Boris Johnson leaves hospital as UK deaths top 10,000 Britain set to be one of Europe's worst hit countries 9458 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Boris Johnson Can Remake Britain Like Few Before Him Just as Britain braced for the most crucial weeks of this great struggle, its commander was taken from the field. Boris Johnson, relentless climber of life's knotty ladder , had been dragged from the top at the very moment it mattered most, like in a Greek tragedy, and somehow fitting for this strangely antiquated figure. For a moment, there was serious concern that the country was about to lose 9457 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Bill Gates: As long as there is a new Coronavirus in one place, the world is threatened . submitted by /u/hendabl [link] [comments] 9456 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Big Data Could Undermine the Covid-19 Response Blind spots in location tracking data can threaten both public health and human rights. 9455 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Australian researchers 'a few weeks' from clinical trial results for coronavirus drug Early detection and finding treatments to reduce Covid-19's deadliness a priority as experts say vaccine could be years away • Follow the latest Australia coronavirus news • Sign up for Guardian Australia's daily coronavirus email • Download the free Guardian app to get the most important news notifications Australian researchers are "a few weeks" from concluding clinical trials of drugs to reduc 9454 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Apple and Google plan to track COVID-19 using your phone's Bluetooth The app tracks exposure using encrypted keys and changing identification codes. (Google Apple/) The coronavirus pandemic brought the idea of contact tracing to the forefront of many people's minds. And in a nutshell, it's difficult to accurately keep tabs on how many people you've come into contact with. Now, however, Apple and Google are teaming up to try and leverage the ubiquity of smartphones 9453 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Amazon to hire 75,000 more workers to cope with demand Extended hiring spree will swell online retailer's headcount by more than 20% over the quarter 9452 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. After the Pandemic, the Office Dress Code Should Never Come Back B eing online has many rules. Some of the more exciting or distressing ones have names—Godwin's Law, about the inevitability of someone invoking Hitler during an internet argument; Rule 34, which guarantees the thematic completeness of the web's pornography. But mostly, the internet's rules are just de facto guidelines for what to expect in this or that circumstance—observations rather than codif 9451 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. ADB triples coronavirus funding for members to $20bn Asia-Pacific development bank announces move to help governments battle economic fallout 9450 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. A Brief List of Trump's Broken Coronavirus Promises On March 13, U.S. President Donald Trump declared a national emergency because of the coronavirus pandemic and promised broad, sweeping action to rapidly distribute tests and treatments. One month later, little of that has happened. Meanwhile, the American COVID-19 death toll continues to climb upward and not only has the promised medical testing not arrived, but the government may actually reduc 9449 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. 5 ways parents can motivate children at home during the pandemic – without nagging or tantrums Parents have always helped with homework and made sure their children fulfill responsibilities like chores, but the extended and often unstructured time families are spending together during the current crisis creates new challenges. 9448 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. "Miracle cure" testimonials aside, azithromycin and hydroxychloroquine probably do not work against COVID-19 Here we go again. Didier Raoult has published another uninformative study looking at the use of hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin to treat COVID-19. Unfortunately, recent data examining these drugs have been trending in the direction of the conclusion that these drugs probably don't work against COVID-19 but do cause harm. Sadly, the lack of evidence hasn't stopped the hucksters from promoting h 9447 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. 'Suppress and lift:' Hong Kong and Singapore say they have a coronavirus strategy that works Both cities tighten control measures after cases spike, but they could soon be relaxed again 9446 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. 'Champagne' of tea lost as coronavirus imperils supplies Leaves used to make world's best brew are now too long and hard to pick 9445 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona ….. Cells in the Brain Help Organize Memory into Meaningful Segments Neurons in the hippocampus categorize what we experience into abstract, discrete events, such as taking a walk versus having lunch — Read more on 9444 ….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>corona<>fakenews ….. A third of Americans believe Covid-19 laboratory conspiracy theory – study Pew Research report revealed most Americans believed Covid-19 came about naturally, but 29% believed it was created in a lab Coronavirus – live US updates Live global updates See all our coronavirus coverage The last thing America needed on top of a president still in denial over the state current pandemic is the rest of the population believing conspiracies about it, but here we are. While scien

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>climate ….. Baltimore, Rhode Island Argue They're Suing Fossil Fuel Companies Over Climate Deception. The lawsuits target major fossil fuel companies like ExxonMobil, Chevron, and BP, alleging they deliberately deceived the public submitted by /u/Wagamaga [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>climate ….. Britain hits 'significant milestone' as renewables become main power source submitted by /u/SecondAccount404 [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>climate ….. Carbon emissions from fossil fuels could fall by 2.5bn tonnes in 2020. Demand for crude will fall by an average of 11m barrels of oil a day this year, or 4bn barrels in total. This alone would cut 1.8bn tonnes of CO2 emissions, which would otherwise have contributed to the global climate crisis submitted by /u/Wagamaga [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>climate ….. Climate change could pose 'catastrophic' security threat, experts warn submitted by /u/MayonaiseRemover [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>climate ….. Exploring the link between education and climate change What are the most effective ways to achieve desired sustainable development outcomes across all aspects of wellbeing, and how might the pursuit of some of these goals affect progress toward others? A new study by an international team of researchers aims to address these questions to help understand possible synergies and tradeoffs among these goals.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>climate ….. Greenland ice sheet meltwater can flow in winter, too Liquid meltwater can sometimes flow deep below the Greenland Ice Sheet in winter, not just in the summer, according to new research.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>climate ….. Hospitalizations down once power plants retired coal or installed better emission controls After four Louisville, Kentucky, coal-fired power plants either retired coal as their energy source or installed stricter emissions controls, local residents' asthma symptoms and asthma-related hospitalizations and emergency department (ED) visits dropped dramatically, according to research published in Nature Energy this week by Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, Propeller Healt

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>climate ….. How to beat bleaching The way corals get their food may determine which survive warming oceans.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>climate ….. Long-living tropical trees do the heavy carbon lifting Study points way forward for rainforest regeneration and management.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>climate ….. March 2020: Earth's 2nd Warmest March and 3rd Warmest Month on Record 2020 is over 70% likely to be the warmest year on record — Read more on

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>climate ….. Methane Levels Reach an All-Time High. New NOAA analysis highlights an alarming trend; experts call for curbing pollution from oil and gas wells. In 2019, the concentration of atmospheric methane reached nearly 1875 parts per billion submitted by /u/Wagamaga [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>climate ….. Observing the atmosphere at high altitudes using unmanned aerial vehicles Severe weather conditions such as low air temperatures and strong winds often bring difficulties to scientific expeditions in Antarctica. Thus, monitoring and forecasting the weather is critical. Soundings constitute one important way to observe the high-altitude atmosphere. This kind of observational data helps with analyzing and studying the atmospheric circulation and improving the accuracy of

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>climate ….. Offshore oil and gas platforms release more methane than previously estimated Offshore energy-producing platforms in US waters of the Gulf of Mexico are emitting twice as much methane, a greenhouse gas, than previously thought, according to a new study from the University of Michigan.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>climate ….. Precipitation will be essential for plants to counteract global warming Photosynthesis on Earth is regulated by plant phenology—how plant life cycles interact with the climate—and environmental conditions, both of which changed substantially in recent decades. Unlike early-season photosynthesis which is mostly driven by warming temperatures or the onset of the wet season, late-season photosynthesis can be limited by several factors, such as plant life cycle and radiat

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>climate ….. S. Fred Singer, a Leading Climate Change Contrarian, Dies at 95 Derided as a "Merchant of Doubt," he spent decades trying to refute the evidence of global warming and other environmental risks.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>climate ….. Scientists cite pollution decrease in calls to "flatten the curve" of climate change post-coronavirus. NASA satellite data showed a 30 percent drop in nitrogen dioxide above the northeastern U.S., as tens of millions of vehicles were kept off the roads submitted by /u/Wagamaga [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>climate ….. Singapore considers solar energy imports to cut greenhouse emissions. The South-east Asian country, one of the sunniest cities in the world, generates about 95 per cent of its power from imported natural gas, with solar energy being its most viable renewable energy option submitted by /u/Wagamaga [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <>climate ….. Study shows global warming could push methane emissions from wetlands 50 to 80 percent higher A team of researchers at the European Commission Joint Research Centre, in Italy has found that if global warming is not curbed by 2100, methane emissions from the world's wetlands could increase by 50% to 80%. In their paper published in the journal Science Advances, the group describes their study of wetlands in five climatic zones and what they found.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <><>fakenews ….. Paranoid Gossip about Polio Vaccine Originally published in June 1954 — Read more on

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <><>fakenews ….. Putin's Long War Against American Science A decade of health disinformation promoted by President Vladimir Putin of Russia has sown wide confusion, hurt major institutions and encouraged the spread of deadly illnesses.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <> ….. Screen Time Is Replacing Playtime — and That's Changing Kids' Brains Smartphones and other tech pose special challenges — and opportunities — for young brains.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <> ….. Time on screens has little impact on kids' social skills Despite the time spent with smartphones and social media, young people today are just as socially skilled as those from the previous generation, a new study suggests.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <> ….. Discovery of a drug to rescue winter depression-like behavior A group of animal biologists and chemists at the Institute of Transformative Bio-Molecules (WPI-ITbM), Nagoya University, has used a chemical genomics approach to explore the underlying mechanism of winter depression-like behavior and identified a drug that rescues winter depression-like behavior in medaka fish.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <> ….. Fruit may mask taste of dark green vegetables in commercial baby foods Commercially prepared baby foods that purport to be loaded with dark green vegetables are sweetened with fruit puree and often don't contain a high percentage of dark green vegetable content, according to a team of researchers.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <> ….. Large-scale analysis links glucose metabolism proteins to Alzheimer's disease biology In the largest study to date of proteins related to Alzheimer's disease, a team of researchers has identified disease-specific proteins and biological processes that could be developed into both new treatment targets and fluid biomarkers. The findings suggest that sets of proteins that regulate glucose metabolism, together with proteins related to a protective role of astrocytes and microglia — t

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <> ….. Magnet research takes giant leap Researchers pushing the limits of magnets as a means to create faster electronics published their proof of concept findings today.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <> ….. Making big data processing more energy efficient using magnetic circuits New research finds that magnetic wires, spaced a certain way, can lead to a 20-30x reduction in the amount of energy needed to run neural network training algorithms.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <> ….. Metabolic diversity of the 'big six' of E. coli strains NUS food scientists have discovered that the six major strains of Escherichia coli (E. coli) that cause foodborne illnesses have different metabolisms and tolerance towards acidic conditions.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <> ….. New handle for controlling electromagnetic properties could enable spintronic computing Materials scientists at Duke University have shown the first clear example that a material's transition into a magnet can control instabilities in its crystalline structure that cause it to change from a conductor to an insulator.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <> ….. Plants control microbiome diversity inside leaves to promote health In a new study, published in the journal Nature, Michigan State University scientists show how plant genes select which microbes get to live inside their leaves in order to stay healthy.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <> ….. Research team develops new CRISPR diagnostic test The simplicity of urine sampling has been combined with the excellent sensing abilities of CRISPR to improve diagnostic testing for kidney transplant patients, an international research team reports in the journal Nature Biomedical Engineering.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <> ….. The building blocks of gum disease Porphyromonas gingivalis is a major bacterial pathogen that leads to periodontitis, also known as gum disease. In Japan, 80% of adults aged 35 and over suffer from this disease. What's more, P. gingivalis has also been linked to rheumatoid arthritis, cardiovascular disease, pancreatic cancer and even Alzheimer's disease.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. <> ….. UofL researchers describe possible mechanism for link between obesity and breast cancer It is widely accepted that higher levels of body fat increase the risk of developing breast cancer, as well as other cancers. Based on his ongoing research, Bing Li, Ph.D., has published an article which proposes a unique theory that a protein secreted by fat cells drives the development of breast cancer.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. 'For videocalls, keep make-up natural: taupe not tarty' Follow the lives of the Thrust office workers as they learn to live under lockdown

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. 5 Surprising Facts About Rejection Sensitivity Rejection stings for everyone, but for highly rejection-sensitive people, it can be a real showstopper — Read more on

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. A French firm discovered a revolutionary new technique that permits the perfect recycling of the most used plastic: PET submitted by /u/Khadnesar [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. A model for better predicting the unpredictable byproducts of genetic modification Researchers are interested in genetically modifying trees for a variety of applications, from biofuels to paper production. They also want to steer clear of modifications with unintended consequences. These consequences can arise when intended modifications to one gene results in unexpected changes to other genes. A new model aims to predict these changes, helping avoid unintended consequences, an

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. A New Neural Interface Could Last up to 6 Years Inside the Human Brain For many futurists, humanity's destiny lies in merging our minds with machines, but before that can happen we need to physically connect with them. There are a myriad of challenges involved in making a reliable neural interface , but one of the biggest is durab i l ity . While there are ways of reading brain signals externally using approaches like electroencephalography (EEG), most experts agree

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. AI and the Future of Work in a Nutshell submitted by /u/Albertchristopher [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Ai neural nets and game autofarming OK i know this isn't really an important topic, but with the advancements in AI we might see for example an ai that would grind for you and do raids for you in WoW. As they would act like a player or close too it it would be hard to ban them. submitted by /u/ComradeSparkle [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. AI That Colorizes Manga submitted by /u/cloud_weather [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Algorithm cuts errors from dent-testing materials A new algorithm vastly reduces the error rates involved in testing the mechanical properties of materials, report researchers. It could be particularly useful for evaluating modern 3D-printed materials. Instrumented indentation is a means of testing the mechanical properties of materials in a non-destructive way. The technique involves measuring the forces required to make tiny dents in a materia

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. An enzyme that breaks down 90% of plastic for recycling in 10 hours submitted by /u/lshawel [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. An iconic subject, now in infrared The Pillars of Creation never disappoint.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. An Ode to Driving in America Till Lauer I t used to hit me particularly in rental cars. "Ameripanic," I called it: an overwhelming (for a Brit) apprehension of scale, a kind of horizontal vertigo at the vastness and possibility of this great country. I learned to drive on a smaller scale, noodling along the winding country roads of southern England. I was held in by the high hedges, nursed around corners by the dreaming verg

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Ancient texts encouraged hope and endurance when they spoke of end times With streets deserted, hospitals full and morgues struggling to cope with the number of bodies, it isn't surprising that some people are making comparisons with the apocalypse.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Animal welfare: our good intentions usually fall short. Here are 4 ways to shop responsibly A recent survey of more than 1,500 Australians found 95% were concerned about the welfare of farm animals and 91% wanted to see some reform to animal welfare regulations.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Anonymous Contact Tracing using Smartphones submitted by /u/Memetic1 [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Archaeologists and construction workers are teaming up to unearth historic relics Workers exhume rows of graves near London's Euston Station, the terminus of a new train line. (Adrian Dennis/AFP via Getty Images/) Matthew Flinders is barely 40, but he looks 70. His once dark hair gleams white, his already slight frame skeletal. As a captain in the British Royal Navy, he's survived shipwreck, imprisonment, and scurvy, but this kidney infection will do him in. Facing death, he f

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Ares Le Mandat – 4th Edition(with Appendix concerning Mars and the Dow Jones): Hypothesis that Mars has an influence on grey matter in the human brain(pg 152) submitted by /u/thedowcast [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Artificial intelligence is evolving all by itself Advance replicates decades of AI research in days

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Association of blood pressure levels with racial differences in cognitive decline risk This observational study pooled data from five study groups to examine whether cumulative blood pressure levels might explain racial differences in risk for cognitive decline later in life.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Astronomers Spot Brightest Supernova Ever Observed A team of astronomers have spotted the brightest supernova ever recorded — a gigantic explosion that obliterated a star at least five times the mass of the Sun, in a galaxy 3.6 billion light-years from Earth. The team, a collaboration between the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory and the Harvard College Observatory, suggests that the supernova was the aftermath of two massive stars merging —

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Australian study: Many home blood pressure monitors not validated for accuracy Most home blood pressure monitoring devices sold in Australia by global e-commerce sites such as Amazon and eBay have not been validated (tested for accuracy).Using an unvalidated device could lead to incorrect at-home blood pressure readings and inappropriate treatment.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Baking sourdough? Biologist discusses yeast and fermentation As most people are cooped up at home amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many are occupying their time by baking and experimenting in the kitchen. So much so in fact that baking ingredients—flour, yeast and eggs to name a few—have been in short supply on grocery store shelves.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Banks should not be shamed into a do-gooder lending binge The middle of crisis of deepening and unknown scale is not the time to increase leverage

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Beats Powerbeats Review: Best Workout Earbuds for iPhones Nervous about losing an AirPod? The redesigned Powerbeats sound better, last longer, and stay on your head.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Bizarre Exoplanet Might Be a Gas Giant That Lost its Gas Gassy Core By probing a gigantic, distant exoplanet, astronomers have a rare opportunity to better understand our solar system's gas giants like Jupiter and Saturn. That's because the exoplanet, TOI-849b, appears to be the exposed core of a similar gas giant, reports . An international team of astronomers suspects that either the gassy outer layers of the exoplanet were somehow blown aw

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Boom Supersonic Moves Closer To Re-Establishing Faster-Than-Sound Passenger Air Travel submitted by /u/savuporo [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Breeding a hardier, more nutritious wheat Some new crop varieties are bred to be more nutritious. Others are more resilient, bred to tolerate harsher environmental conditions.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Carbon nanostructure created that is stronger than diamonds Researchers have closed-cell plate-nanolattices that are stronger than diamonds in terms of a ratio of strength to density. The performance of this arrangement had been theorized but never experimentally validated until now.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Cell membrane proteins imaged in 3-D A team of scientists including researchers at the National Synchrotron Light Source II (NSLS-II)—a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science User Facility at DOE's Brookhaven National Laboratory—have demonstrated a new technique for imaging proteins in 3-D with nanoscale resolution. Their work, published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society, enables researchers to identify the p

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Competition for overseas students is going to be fierce Universities have a chance to lure a new group of middle-income families

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Computer model predicts how drugs affect heart rhythm Researchers have developed a computer model to screen drugs for unintended cardiac side effects, especially arrhythmia risk.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Computers still struggle to understand text, because even though deep learning excels at learning statistical correlations, it lacks robust ways of understanding how the meanings of sentences relate to their parts submitted by /u/randomusefulbits [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Copper ions could play a key role when peptide folding goes wrong Unraveling interactions between metal ions and peptides in the body may eventually lead to improved treatments for diabetes, Alzheimer's and other diseases. Understanding these interactions is the focus of research, co-led by KAUST, that is revealing how metals, such as copper, can affect the formation of harmful clumps of misfolded peptide clusters called fibrils, which underpin many diseases.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Cybersecurity, tech infrastructure requires international trust In new research published in the Journal Technology and Culture, Rebecca Slayton, professor of science and technology studies at Cornell University, uses the field of incident response to shed light on how experts — and nations — can more effectively combat cyberwarfare when they foster trust and transcend politics.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Danmarks natur forandrer sig: Dine oplevelser hjælper forskerne med at se hvordan Det gør en forskel, hvis du holder øje med blandt andet gøg, hornfisk og haletudser.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Deadliest malaria strain protects itself from the immune system The parasite causing the most severe form of human malaria uses proteins to make red blood cells sticky, making it harder for the immune system to destroy it and leading to potentially fatal blood clots. New research at the Crick has identified how the parasite may control this process.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Demand Characteristics in Psychological Research I have written quite a bit about the body part ownership illusion (sometimes called the "rubber hand illusion" because of the original study design). The idea is that the brain constructs all our sensations, perceptions, and experiences, including the sense that we own, occupy, and control our various body parts and our whole body. All it takes, apparently, is synchronization between seeing the "

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Den fulde sandhed om vinens gardiner er et chok PLUS. Allerede i 1855 kom den første forklaring på, hvordan der kan opstå 'gardiner' i et vinglas, Men sagen er mere kompliceret end som så, viser nyt studie.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Der var et yndigt land: Træer på snorlige rækker dur ikke, hvis vi vil have flere dyr i skoven Vi skal have biodiversiteten tilbage i de danske skove, siger ekspert.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Design hack: 10 joy-inducing aesthetics you should know Joy and happiness are often used synonymously, but designer Ingrid Fetell Lee argues that there is an important distinction between the two: time. Happiness is something that measures how good we feel over time, while joy is about feeling good in the moment. Noticing visual and sensorial patterns in the things that brought people joy, Lee was able to identify 10 "aesthetics": abundance, harmony,

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Det så du ikke i tv: Skovmyrer sprøjter syre på tv-holdet Skovmyrene er meget territorielle og angriber alt, der nærmer sig tuen.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Development of new photovoltaic commercialization technology A technology to further accelerate the commercialization of Colloidal Quantum Dot(CQD) Photovoltaic(PV) devices, which are expected to be next-generation photovoltaic devices, has been developed.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Diagnostics, meet CRISPR A new diagnostic test to quickly and easily monitor kidney transplant patients for infection and rejection relies on a simple urine sample and a powerful partner: the gene-editing technology CRISPR. Michael Kaminski, who developed it, leads a new Emmy Noether Group at the MDC & Charité.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Discovery of a mechanism plants use to toggle on photosynthesis A research team has developed a new tool to study how lipids interact with proteins in plants to help understand how photosynthesis happens.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Elektromagnetismen: En banebrydende forudsigelse PLUS. PÅSKE MED H. C. ØRSTED: I 1864 sætter James Clerk Maxwell alt om elektromagnetisme på plads, men ingen forstår det rigtigt, før Heinrich Hertz' eksperimenter 21 år senere viser, at han havde ret.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Elon Musk Reveals Reason for Mysterious Cameras Inside Teslas Robotaxi Mode Tesla CEO Elon Musk finally revealed why the Model 3 has a cabin-facing camera mounted above the rearview mirror: to make sure that "robotaxi" passengers don't vandalize the car when nobody's in the driver's seat. Referring to the mysterious camera, Musk tweeted that "it's not turned on," in a Sunday tweet . "Meant for vandalism monitoring in a robotaxi future," he added. "Also, the

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. En svævende mår og en lynhurtig dræber: Her er fem fascinerende danske rovdyr Spætten vikler sin lange tunge rundt om hjernen for at få plads til tungen.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Enormous hailstones inspire a new scientific size category: 'gargantuan' An ordinary storm generated extraordinary hail that pounded an Argentine city.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Epic Images Reveal Never-Before-Seen Plasma Threads Woven Through Sun's Atmosphere Stunning!

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Erdogan move to block minister's resignation exposes Turkish power struggle President's intervention over Suleyman Soylu suggests division at regime's heart, analysts say

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Excellent yoga gear for your at-home practice Improve your practice outside the studio. (Fezbot2000 via Unsplash/) Yoga is a physical and mental discipline that can be enjoyed solo or as part of a class, at home or in a studio, and in a way that's physically demanding and/or emotionally restorative. Here are some of the best accessories and necessities to ensure a comfortable and rewarding yoga experience, no matter if you're starting fresh

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Ex-Disney animator brings Antarctic story to life After working on Frozen and Big Hero 6, Sarah Airriess left Hollywood to create a graphic about early Antarctic explorers.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Exercise restores youthful properties to muscle stem cells of old mice in Stanford study A nightly jaunt on the exercise wheel enhances muscle-repair capabilities in old mice, according to a new study by researchers at Stanford School of Medicine.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Fertility preservation use among transgender adolescents Transgender adolescents often seek hormonal intervention to achieve a body consistent with their gender identity and those interventions affect reproductive function. This research letter examined the use of fertility preservation among transgender adolescents receiving hormonal intervention at a pediatric gender practice in Australia.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Flare detected from the galaxy NGC 3516 Astronomers have conducted photometric and spectroscopic observation of a changing-look Seyfert galaxy known as NGC 3516. During this monitoring campaign, the researchers detected a flare from this galaxy that may provide important information about its nature. The finding is reported in a paper published April 2 on

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Flaw in Rubber Hand Illusion raise tsough questions for psychology A world-famous psychological experiment used to help explain the brain's understanding of the body, as well as scores of clinical disorders, has been dismissed as not fit-for-purpose in a new article.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Flow battery could make renewable energy storage economically viable: Researchers at the University of Southern California looking to crack the renewable energy storage problem have developed a new version of a redox flow battery from inexpensive and readily-available materials. submitted by /u/lughnasadh [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Flying electric cars have landed and there will be races in late 2020 submitted by /u/izumi3682 [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Food scientists 'upcycle' unsold bread into tasty probiotic drink and cuts food waste Surplus bread is a major waste problem for bakeries and food retailers. While some unsold bread are donated to charities, most are resold as low-value animal feed. A team of food scientists from the National University of Singapore (NUS) has cooked up an innovative solution to reduce bread waste by using a novel fermentation process to 'upcycle' surplus bread into a beverage fortified with gut-fri

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. For The First Time, Astronomers Photograph a Jet Spewing Out From Colliding Galaxies Incredible.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Foxglove plants produce heart medicine; can science do it better? Wang's research investigates how foxgloves create medicinal compounds, with an eye toward improving the process. Specifically, her lab is investigating the chemical processes the plants use to create cardiac glycosides: what steps are taken, what genes are turned on, and what enzymes are deployed. Farming foxgloves for medicine is time-consuming and labor-intensive.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. 'Freeze frame' chemistry to unlock drugs of the future Researchers are taking snapshots of chemical reactions in a trillionth of a second in the hope of developing the next generation of antibiotics and anti-viral drugs.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. French Regulator Says Google Must Pay to Link to News Sites Despite the EU's new copyright directive, Google has so far refused to pay fees in order to send sites traffic.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Future Army vehicles could see an improvement in structural materials Materials used for a Soldier's personal protection gear may be tough enough for vehicles too, according to a new Army study.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Gene variant staves off Alzheimer's in some people, Stanford scientists find People with a gene variant that puts them at high risk for Alzheimer's disease are protected from its debilitating effects if they also carry a variant of a completely different gene, Stanford University School of Medicine investigators report in a large new study.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Generation C Has Nowhere to Turn W hen Ananay Arora looks off his balcony, he doesn't see much these days. From his high-rise apartment, which he shared with three roommates before one of them moved back to Taiwan a few weeks ago, he has a view of Arizona State University's campus, where Arora is currently a sophomore majoring in computer science. It's usually full of life, but like most colleges across the country, ASU canceled

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Genetic mechanism behind inflammatory bowel disease Researchers have pinpointed a genetic variation responsible for driving the development of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). The genetic pathway associated with this variation is involved in other immune disorders, suggesting the mechanism they identified could serve as an important therapeutic target.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Get ready for all-electric flying car races, they're coming submitted by /u/pmiguelmiranda [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Graphene heterostructures with black phosphorus, arsenic layers enable new infrared detectors MIPT scientists and their colleagues from Japan and the U.S. have calculated the parameters of photodetectors comprised of layers of graphene and a combination of black phosphorus and black arsenic. These sensors are able to detect radiation with energy less than the band gap of the constituent layers without graphene. It is also easy to modify them in order to increase their sensitivity to the re

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Hacking for humanity starts with the small problems You want hackers to rattle the status quo but also that their ideas are realisable

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Heavy iron isotopes leaking from Earth's core–hii041320.php Earth's molten core may be leaking iron, according to researchers who analyzed how iron behaves inside our planet.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Housemate Chewing Too Loudly? Your Brain Could Be Producing Misophonia UGH.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. How did life begin — and what does that mean for our future? J.F. Gariepy explains. submitted by /u/SocialObserver3802 [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. How do we know what dinosaurs looked like? No one knows for sure what dinosaurs looked like, so artists make informed guesses based on these clues. (Thales Molina/) You've seen enough museum models, illustrations, and CGI predators that you'd likely recognize a Tyrannosaurus rex if you saw one. But how can you be sure? Nobody has ever clapped eyes on one in real life, and even the best skeletons are often only 90 percent complete. Special

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. How lasers can help with nuclear nonproliferation monitoring Mountains. Shipping containers. The surface of Mars.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. How the first visitor to our Solar System may have formed—no alien technology required 'Oumuamua could be cosmic shrapnel from a comet, asteroid, or even a small planet

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. How to Cover Your Tracks Every Time You Go Online Online tracking can often feel downright invasive. From using VPNs to clearing browser histories, we've got your back.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. How We Learn, by Stanislas Dehaene A neuroscientist searches for the secret of how we gather knowledge

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Idea for how future cell networks should/could work. Ok this just came out of my brain so obviously alotta work would be needed to make it happen. Instead of central cell towers sending service to everyone it would be way more scalable/efficient if the phones themselves were both network relays and recievers. Then, there would be no one to charge us for service/control it because we are the service! Imagine it as a bluetooth meganet where everyone

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Image of the Day: Ancient Fiber Technology Researchers discover a fragment of cord between 41,000 and 52,000 years old that points to Neanderthals' complex cognitive abilities.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Image: Hubble spots spirals within a spiral At first glance, the subject of this NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope image looks to be a simple spiral galaxy, with two pinwheeling arms emerging from a central bar of stars and material that cuts through the galactic center. In fact, there are rings within these spiral arms, too: spirals within a spiral.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. In Good News, Scientists Built a Device That Generates Electricity 'Out of Thin Air' Imagine the possibilities.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Inhibition of sphingolipid metabolism and neurodegenerative diseases Disrupting the production of a class of lipids known as sphingolipids in neurons improved symptoms of neurodegeneration and increased survival in a mouse model.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Intel to Release Neuromorphic-Computing System submitted by /u/shingox [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Interstellar object 'Oumuamua believed to be 'active asteroid' Scientists believe cigar-shaped visitor to our solar system is fragment of a larger body The cigar-shaped interstellar visitor to our solar system known as 'Oumuamua could be the remnants of a larger body that was torn apart by its host star, according to researchers. The dark, reddish object that hurtled into our solar system in 2017 and was named after the Hawaiian word for messenger or scout h

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Ironing out the bumps in perovskite's solar potential Australian researchers find a way to detect imperfections that reduce performance.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Is birth by cesarean associated with increased risk of obesity, diabetes in adulthood? Risks for obesity and type 2 diabetes in adulthood were compared among 33,000 women born by cesarean or vaginal delivery between 1946 and 1964 in this observation study that included participants in the Nurses' Health Study II.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Jordbakterier lockar till sig djur med doft Bakterier utsöndrar ett ämne som kännetecknar doften av jord. Doften kan vara ett sätt att locka till sig djur och sprida sig till nya områden, tror forskare.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Light-emitting silicon overcomes a major obstacle to denser, faster chips submitted by /u/KingFML [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Livestock and poultry farming should be the future focus of agricultural ammonia emissions control Livestock and poultry farming is the largest contributor to agricultural ammonia emissions and should be the future focus of agricultural ammonia emissions control.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Livestock, Pets and People Will Dominate Future Fossils The bones of humans and their domesticated animals will overwhelm biodiversity in the fossil record — Read more on

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Lose Yourself in a Breathtaking New NASA Image of The 'Pillars of Creation' We can't stop staring at it.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Lunar Crater Radio Telescope (LCRT) on the Far-Side of the Moon submitted by /u/MichaelTen [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. LÆS SVARENE Derfor er den danske natur så 'Vild og vidunderlig' Tre natureksperter svarede søndag aften på spørgsmål fra's brugere.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Mathematical model predicts patient outcomes to adaptive therapy Researchers provide a closer look at a mathematical model and data showing that individual patient alterations in the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) biomarker early in cancer treatment can predict outcomes to later treatment cycles of adaptive therapy.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Milk allergy guidelines may cause overdiagnosis in babies and children Current medical guidelines for diagnosing cow's milk allergy in babies and young children may be linked to overdiagnosis of the condition.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. MIT Scientists Are Building Devices to Hack Your Dreams A team of researchers at MIT's Dream Lab, which launched in 2017, are working on an open source wearable device that can track and interact with dreams in a number of ways — including, hopefully, giving you new control over the content of your dreams. The team's radical goal is to prove once and for all that dreams aren't just meaningless gibberish — but can be "hacked, augmented, and swayed" to

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Model warns of genetic modification gone awry in trees A new model aims to predict genetic changes that have unintended consequences in trees that researchers genetically modify. It could pave the way for more efficient research in the fields of both genetic modification and forestry. Researchers want to genetically modify trees for a variety of applications, from biofuels to paper production. They also want to steer clear of modifications to one gen

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Molecular and isotopic evidence of milk, meat and plants in prehistoric food systems A team of scientists, led by the University of Bristol, with colleagues from the University of Florida, provide the first evidence for diet and subsistence practices of ancient East African pastoralists.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. NASA Wants to Photograph the Surface of an Exoplanet Our galaxy is potentially full of habitable planets. A team of scientists plans to take a picture of one by turning the sun into a giant camera lens.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. New findings shed light on selective therapeutics for IDH1-mutated glioma Findings of a new study led by Prof. XU Guowang from the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics (DICP) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Prof. YANG Chunzhang from the National Cancer Institute shed light on the selective therapeutics for IDH1-mutated glioma by targeting glutathione synthesis pathway.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. New formation theory explains the mysterious interstellar object 'Oumuamua Since its discovery in 2017, an air of mystery has surrounded the first known interstellar object to visit our solar system, an elongated, cigar-shaped body named 'Oumuamua (Hawaiian for "a messenger from afar arriving first").

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. New method will make doping tests quicker Skoltech scientists and their colleagues proposed a way to simplify the search for traces of medicines, narcotic substances and sports doping drugs in human biological samples by performing two additional tests with the search domain reduced tenfold. Their research was published in the journal Analytical Chemistry.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. New protocol identifies fascinating quantum states Topological materials attract great interest and may provide the basis for a new era in materials development. Physicists now present a new measuring method that allows to identify and characterize so-called topological invariants on various experimental platforms.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. New test may help more couples understand why they experience multiple miscarriages Approximately 5% of women experience two or more miscarriages, a condition known as recurrent pregnancy loss (RPL). Although genetic testing is important for evaluating RPL, current tests have revealed shortcomings in clinical practice. A report describes a new high-resolution melting analysis-based test that is accurate, rapid, cheap, and easy to perform. When used prior to other tests, it improv

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. New tool to combat major wheat disease Scientists have discovered a gene that can be used to develop varieties of wheat that will be more resistant to a disease that is a major threat both overseas and to the nation's $10 billion annual wheat crop.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Next-Gen Nuclear Power – Bold new reactor designs promise safe, clean electricity. submitted by /u/speckz [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Olive oil industry under increasing threat from 'olive leprosy' Italian, Spanish and Greek farmers set to lose billions unless drastic action is taken to combat bacterium that has killed millions of trees One of southern Europe's most important staples, olive oil , is under pressure from a potentially deadly disease that new research shows could infect nearly all of the productive areas of Italy, Greece and Spain. Economic losses could be as high as €5bn over

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. On Faith and Futility: A Pediatric Oncologist Meditates on the Death of a Child I stood at the bedside with the patient's parents, siblings and grandparents as we watched the monitor count down her final breaths — Read more on

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Origin of the first known interstellar object 'Oumuamua What is the origin of the famous interstellar object 'Oumuamua? How was it formed and where did it come from? Researchers from the National Astronomical Observatories of China offer a first comprehensive answer to this mystery.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. People with type 2 diabetes and heart disease may benefit from newer therapies Coronary artery disease among people with type 2 diabetes may need to be treated more aggressively than in people with coronary artery disease who do not have diabetes.A new American Heart Association scientific statement summarizes the simultaneous management of both diabetes and coronary artery disease and details medications, procedures and lifestyle modifications that may reduce the risk of he

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Planet Money: A case study in taking risk Adam Davidson, staff writer for The New Yorker and cofounder of NPR's Planet Money, was raised in an environment in which everything was grounds for discussion — except money. So, of course, money was what he took an interest in. The idea for Planet Money came from a place of frustration that Davidson and his friends felt toward the shortcomings of current business coverage. They aimed to breathe

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Plant diversity in European forests is declining In Europe's temperate forests, less common plant species are being replaced by more widespread species. An international team of researchers has found that this development could be related to an increased nitrogen deposition. Their results have been published in the journal Nature Ecology & Evolution.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Polarizing messengers make simple issues political Even a seemingly uncontroversial topic can become politicized when the person advocating for it is a polarizing figure, a new study shows. "I was puzzled by the debate about whether school lunches should be more nutritious, because children's nutrition should seemingly be a valence issue," says Cindy Kam, professor of political science and director of the Research on Individuals, Politics and Soc

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Potential risks for children following opioid-related overdose death of a parent Researchers examined changes in the use of mental health and human services among children in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, following the unexpected death of a parent because of an opioid-related overdose between 2002 and 2017.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Quantum computation solves an old enigma: Finding the vibrational states of magnesium dimer High vibrational states of the Magnesium dimer (Mg2) are an important system in studies of fundamental physics, although they have eluded experimental characterization for half a century. Experimental physicists have so far resolved the first 14 vibrational states of Mg2, despite reports that the ground-state may support five additional levels. In a new report, Stephen H. Yuwono and a research tea

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Quantum Computing Breakthrough: First Sighting of Mysterious Majorana Fermion on Gold submitted by /u/izumi3682 [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Quickly-grown graphite film blocks electromagnetic radiation – Physics World submitted by /u/Memetic1 [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Reducing sulfur dioxide emissions alone cannot substantially decrease air pollution Due to the reduced emissions of SO2, and considering the high level of NH3 emissions in China, nitrogen dioxide emissions control is more effective in reducing the surface PM2.5 concentration in China.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Research identifies detection constraints for dark photons Past cosmological and astrophysical observations suggest that over one quarter of the universe's energy density is made up of a non-conventional type of matter known as dark matter. This type of matter is believed to be composed of particles that do not absorb, emit or reflect light, and thus cannot be observed directly using conventional detection methods.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Research provides new insights into menopause and weight gain–rpn041020.php Can women in menopause get the benefits of hormone replacement therapy without the health risks? A new UCLA study conducted with mice points in that direction, but additional research is necessary. UCLA biologists report April 13 that a gene called reprimo, which is expressed by certain neurons in the brain, may play a role in menopause-related weight gain, a phenomenon not linked to increased eat

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Research team develops new CRISPR diagnostic test The simplicity of urine sampling has been combined with the excellent sensing abilities of CRISPR to improve diagnostic testing for kidney transplant patients, an international research team reports in the journal Nature Biomedical Engineering.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Risk of suicide, homicide, unintentional firearm deaths at home Personal protection is often cited as a reason for owning a firearm. Researchers in this study looked at 647 firearm deaths that occurred in homes in King County, Washington, from 2011 to 2018 and whether they were indicated as suicide, criminal homicide, self-defense homicide, unintentional or undetermined.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Sammenhænge i naturen: Fysikkens store udfordring PLUS. PÅSKE MED H. C. ØRSTED: Einstein knækkede halsen på at forene elektro­magnetisme og tyngdekraft. Nutidens fysikere har stadig besvær med at samle alle naturkræfter i en teori for alting.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Scientists can 3D print insect-like robots in minutes – 'Flexoskeletons' make it possible. submitted by /u/izumi3682 [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Scientists discover bent-toed gecko species in Cambodia A new species of bent-toed gecko (Cyrtodactylus phnomchiensis) has been described from Cambodia's Prey Lang Wildlife Sanctuary by Wild Earth Allies Biologist Thy Neang in collaboration with North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences' Herpetologist Bryan Stuart. This new species is described in ZooKeys.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Scientists discover supernova that outshines all others A supernova at least twice as bright and energetic, and likely much more massive than any yet recorded has been identified by an international team of astronomers, led by the University of Birmingham.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Scientists have found oil from the Deepwater Horizon blowout in fishes' livers and on the deep ocean floor Over the decade since the Deepwater Horizon spill, thousands of scientists have analyzed its impact on the Gulf of Mexico. The spill affected many different parts of the Gulf, from coastal marshes to the deep sea.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Seeing the light: Study finds new way novae light up the sky A nova, or stella nova, the Latin word for "new star," is an explosion on the surface of a star that can produce enough energy to increase the star's brightness by millions of times. Sometimes a nova, which occur in stars called white dwarfs, is so bright it appears as a new star to the naked eye.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Seven Years to Mercury A final flyby on the way to the inner world — Read more on

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Simple method for ceramic-based flexible electrolyte sheets for lithium metal batteries Researchers at Tokyo Metropolitan University have developed a new method to make ceramic-based flexible electrolyte sheets for lithium metal batteries. They combined a garnet-type ceramic, a polymer binder and an ionic liquid, producing a quasi-solid-state sheet electrolyte. The synthesis is carried out at room temperature, requiring significantly less energy than existing high-temperature (> 1000

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Skoltech researchers find a new HIT defense bacteria use against antibiotics Scientists at the Severinov Laboratory in Skoltech and their colleagues from Russia and the US have uncovered a new mechanism of bacterial self-defense against microcin C, a potent antibiotic weapon in the microscopic world that can sometimes turn on its master.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Small protein that synchronizes the circadian clocks in shoots and roots Five years ago, researchers from the Centre for Research in Agricultural Genomics (CRAG) led by the CSIC Research Professor Paloma Mas made the breakthrough discovery that the circadian clocks in the growing tip of the plant shoot function in a similar way to the clocks in the mammalian brain, which in both cases are able to synchronize the daily rhythms of the cells in distal organs. From that se

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Some 'veggie' baby foods have more sweet fruit Some baby foods that claim to have loads of dark green vegetables may actually have a lot of sweet fruit puree—and not much vegetable content, a new study shows. That matters because young children don't learn to like the taste of broccoli, spinach, brussels sprouts, and kale, to name a few, unless they repeatedly try them, says John Hayes, associate professor of food science at Penn State. So, i

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Strange Forest Patches Littering The Amazon Point to Agriculture 10,000 Years Ago Thousands of years earlier than we thought.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Strongly correlated electrons and hybrid excitons in a moiré heterostructure Optical spectroscopy is used to probe correlated electronic states in a moiré heterostructure, showing many-body effects such as strong layer paramagnetism and an incompressible Mott-like state of electrons.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Structural protein may be new marker of depression Scientists have zeroed in on a structural protein as a new target for the diagnosis and treatment of depression, according to research recently published in JNeurosci.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Studie: Boost af tarmbakterier stabiliserede sklerosepatienters helbred Nyt studie med dansk deltagelse har vist, at et boost med en bestemt fedtsyre reducerede sklerosepatienters symptomer eller stoppede sygdommens udvikling.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Study at zoos shows 42% of animals infected with 'Toxoplasma gondii' Toxoplasmosis is a parasitic disease caused by the Toxoplasma gondii parasite, which can be passed from animals to human beings (zoonosis). It is widely spread all over the world and, though it does not generally present symptoms, it is considered to be a major cause of reproductive disorders in a variety of species, including human beings. Although felines are definitive hosts (the only species t

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Så byggde da Vincis konst på vetenskap Det skavde mellan Leonardo da Vinci och Michelangelo redan vid första mötet. Rivaliteten mellan de två stora renässansmännen skulle senare gå ut över deras skapande.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Tabletop particle accelerator could probe for other dimensions A new method could use intense laser light to accelerate electrons to record energies in extremely short distances, researchers report. By observing electrons that have accelerated to extremely high energies, scientists are able to unlock clues about the particles that make up our universe. "Electron accelerators provide a looking glass into a subatomic world inhabited by the fundamental building

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Tailoring treatment for triple-negative breast cancer Triple-negative breast cancer is a particularly aggressive form of the disease with no specific treatment. In a new study led by the University of Pennsylvania's Rumela Chakrabarti, researchers discovered that, in contrast to many other cancer types, activation of the interferon gamma signaling contributes to disease progression and spread. The findings may help doctors choose a personalized treat

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Team captures cellular 'muscle' movement in detail Researchers have visualized, at unprecedented detail, the movements of cell muscles in the form of tiny filaments of proteins. In the new study, scientists used a new microscopy technique to analyze the molecular motors inside cells that allow them to move and reshape themselves, potentially providing new insights that could inform the development of new smart materials. Myosin is a protein that

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Team designs carbon nanostructure stronger than diamonds Researchers at the University of California, Irvine and other institutions have architecturally designed plate-nanolattices—nanometer-sized carbon structures—that are stronger than diamonds as a ratio of strength to density.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Technique offers path for biomanufacturing medicines during space flights Research published today in Nature Microgravity used an Earth-bound simulator of the space station instrument to grow E. coli, demonstrating that it can be nurtured with methods that promise to be more suitable for space travel than existing alternatives.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Tesla's robotaxi plan is still on for this year – pending regulatory approval, says Elon Musk submitted by /u/izumi3682 [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Testing Einstein's theory of general relativity In another verification of the validity of Einstein's theory of general relativity scientists have used two finely tuned optical lattice clocks to make new ultra-precise measurements of the time dilation effect predicted by Einstein's theory of general relativity.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. The Mysterious Demise of Freshwater Mussels In North America, home to one-third of the world's freshwater mussel species, more than 70 percent of the mussels have long been imperiled or driven to extinction by pollution, habitat destruction, and other human-made hardships. But mass mussel casualties are relatively new, and they are happening worldwide.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. The New Math Bridge Beyond Fermat's Last Theorem Two papers, representing the work of more than a dozen mathematicians, have finally figured out how to connect two realms that were once seen as distant.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. The President Alone Should Not Be Able to Start a Nuclear War The U.S. should require a second assent for a strike and pledge to never strike first — Read more on

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. The Woman Who Is Remaking AMC T he most immediately noticeable thing about AMC's offices in Midtown Manhattan is a glass case stuffed full of awards, displayed prominently by reception. The second is a giant model of Jodie Whittaker as the British sci-fi character Doctor Who, constructed entirely out of Lego bricks. With both hands in her plastic pockets, the first female Time Lord in the series' 57-year history stares noncha

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. The wonders of the molecular world, animated | Janet Iwasa Some biological structures are so small that scientists can't see them with even the most powerful microscopes. That's where molecular animator and TED Fellow Janet Iwasa gets creative. Explore vast, unseen molecular worlds as she shares mesmerizing animations that imagine how they might work.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. This app uses audiobooks to teach you a new language Learning a new language has positive effects on memory and even helps your brain grow in size . Beelinguapp uses audiobooks to teach you new languages. You can get a lifetime subscription to the app for 60% off, today. Learning a new language is on many of our bucket lists. The idea of communicating fluently with others or being able to read signs while traveling abroad is highly appealing. The s

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. This Week's Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through April 11) submitted by /u/dwaxe [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Tight spaces tip presence of petrochemicals Rice University engineers put to rest a long-held theory about the use of nuclear magnetic resonance to detect oil and gas deposits in the nanoscale pores of shale formations.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Toxic cell atlas guides new therapies for neurodegeneration Researchers at Gladstone Institutes have identified a comprehensive molecular profile or 'atlas' of the toxic immune cells that damage the brain. Reporting in Nature Immunology, they demonstrate the value of this atlas by using it to identify a potential new drug target for MS and, possibly, many other diseases.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Twelve classic products that were perfect from the start Perfection often requires iteration. Even after releasing a product, designers, programmers, and engineers will continue to reinvent subsequent generations. But sometimes they get it right the first time. These items were so good from the get-go, they endured for decades. Sliced bread (Gregory Reid/) Sliced bread Born 1927 Otto Rohwedder reinvented bread when he created the first machine to slice

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. UCI-led team designs carbon nanostructure stronger than diamonds–utd041320.php Researchers at the University of California, Irvine and other institutions have closed-cell plate-nanolattices that are stronger than diamonds in terms of a ratio of strength to density. The performance of this arrangement had been theorized but never experimentally validated until now.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Untangling untidy folds to understand diseases Copper ions could play a key role when peptide folding goes wrong and leads to harmful aggregates.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Virtual country A virtual country do you think it would be possible that a country completely inside a virtual world possibly in vr could pop up? submitted by /u/ComradeSparkle [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. VLASS: A survey of the radio sky Technological advances in recent years have increased the sensitivity of radio interferometers like the Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array (VLA) to the radio emission from astronomical sources in their continuum (not only in their lines) by factors of several, enabling them to see fainter and more distant objects. Radio interferometers obtain high spatial resolution details of astronomical sources, a

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. What Do We Think of Distributed Networks? Came across this company, Volk Fi, that is developing a long range peer-to-peer wireless network with end-to-end encryption. They cite the Open Wireless Movement being somehow involved on their website (check the FAQ). Any Redditors have experience with tech like this? Does it work? Well enough to support a cellular network? I remember FireChat from a while back. It was a cool technoly and even h

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. What Einstein May Have Gotten Wrong Strangely, although we feel as if we sweep through time on the knife-edge between the fixed past and the open future, that edge—the present—appears nowhere in the existing laws of physics. In Albert Einstein's theory of relativity, for example, time is woven together with the three dimensions of space, forming a bendy, four-dimensional space-time continuum—a "block universe" encompassing the enti

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. What Humans Could Be "Perhaps human nature has been sold short. . . ." — Read more on

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. What is the current state of tissue regeneration research? Will we ever be able to replace damaged parts of internal organs? See title submitted by /u/Ctown_struggles00 [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. What Neuroimaging Can Tell Us about Our Unconscious Biases It reveals that they involve the amygdala, the prefrontal cortex, the posterior cingulate and the anterior temporal cortex — Read more on

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. When fathers are pregnant Reproduction is still one of the greatest mysteries in nature. Pregnancies are usually carried out by the female sex. Only in pipefishes and seahorses males are the pregnant sex. An international team of scientists led by the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel has deciphered the complex modifications of their immune system that enabled male pregnancy.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Where will Amazon be in 150 years? submitted by /u/TellMeMoreYT [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Who Benefits from Herceptin and Other Anti-HER2 Cancer Therapies?–67343 Calls to include a new breast cancer subtype in future clinical trials reveal fundamental disagreements about HER2's role in the disease.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Why do so many pregnancies and in vitro fertilization attempts fail? Scientists have created a mathematical model that can help explain why so many pregnancies and in vitro fertilization attempts fail. The Rutgers-led study, which may help to improve fertility, is published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.11

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Why Ghana's smallholders aren't excited by the latest 'Green Revolution' The Green Revolution—the introduction of new higher yielding seed varieties, increased use of fertiliser, irrigation and other mechanisation introduced since the 1960s—brought about a great increase in crop yields in some countries in the Global South. Hybridised seeds produced more grains per plant and were more responsive to fertiliser and irrigation.

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Wildfires 'edge closer to Chernobyl nuclear plant' The blazes, burning for several days, also threaten the storage depot for the most dangerous waste.7

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. Will Microbes Feed the World? CEO of Nature's Fynd Thomas Jonas Explains! submitted by /u/Leandroth [link] [comments]

….. (Hentet 13. april 2020) ….. ….. World's most complex microparticle: A synthetic that outdoes nature's intricacy Synthetic microparticles more intricate than some of the most complicated ones found in nature have now been produced. Researchers also investigated how that intricacy arises and devised a way to measure it.

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