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Release date: 29-May-2024 3:05 PM EDT
Cleveland Clinic and IBM researchers apply quantum computing methods to protein structure prediction
Cleveland Clinic

Researchers from Cleveland Clinic and IBM recently published findings in the Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation that could lay the groundwork for applying quantum computing methods to protein structure prediction. This publication is the first peer-reviewed quantum computing paper from the Cleveland Clinic-IBM Discovery Accelerator partnership.

Newswise: AI browser plug-ins to help consumers improve digital privacy literacy, combat manipulative design
Release date: 29-May-2024 2:05 PM EDT
AI browser plug-ins to help consumers improve digital privacy literacy, combat manipulative design
University of Notre Dame

Researchers at the University of Notre Dame are developing artificial intelligence tools that help consumers understand how they are being exploited as they navigate online platforms. The goal is to boost the digital literacy of end users so they can better control how they interact with these websites.

Newswise: JPMorgan Chase, Argonne and Quantinuum show theoretical quantum speedup with the quantum approximate optimization algorithm
Release date: 29-May-2024 2:05 PM EDT
JPMorgan Chase, Argonne and Quantinuum show theoretical quantum speedup with the quantum approximate optimization algorithm
Argonne National Laboratory

Researchers demonstrated a quantum algorithmic speedup with the quantum approximate optimization algorithm, laying the groundwork for advancements in telecommunications, financial modeling, materials science and more.

Newswise: Could a medicated foam make gene therapies more accessible?
Released: 29-May-2024 12:30 PM EDT
Could a medicated foam make gene therapies more accessible?
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center

Published May 28 in Nature Communications, bioengineer Matthias Stephan, MD, PhD, and his Fred Hutch team report that a foaming liquid worked better than a standard liquid formulation at transferring gene therapy components to cells in laboratory studies.

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Release date: 29-May-2024 12:05 PM EDT
Atlantic hurricane season could be a record-breaker
University of Miami

‘Perfect storm’ of a transition from El Niño to La Niña conditions and exceptionally warm Atlantic Ocean temperatures could result in one of the most active hurricane seasons ever.

Release date: 29-May-2024 11:45 AM EDT
As racial diversity and income rise, civilian injuries by police fall
University of Illinois Chicago

An analysis of civilian injuries resulting from interactions with police in Illinois found that residents of all races and ethnicities are more likely to sustain injuries if they live in economically under-resourced areas. The University of Illinois Chicago researchers found that the risk of injury decreases as communities become more racially diverse.

Newswise: New wind speed sensor uses minimal power for advanced weather tracking
Released: 29-May-2024 11:05 AM EDT
New wind speed sensor uses minimal power for advanced weather tracking
Chinese Academy of Sciences

Researchers have unveiled a pioneering breeze wake-up anemometer (B-WA), employing a rolling-bearing triboelectric nanogenerator (RB-TENG) that provides a new strategy for low-energy consumption environmental monitoring. The ability of the B-WA to operate autonomously and efficiently in varying wind conditions marks a substantial advancement in the field of sustainable environmental monitoring.

Newswise: AI Health Coach Lowers Blood Pressure and Boosts Engagement in Patients With Hypertension
Released: 29-May-2024 11:05 AM EDT
AI Health Coach Lowers Blood Pressure and Boosts Engagement in Patients With Hypertension
JMIR Publications

AI Health Coach Lowers Blood Pressure and Boosts Engagement in Patients With Hypertension

   
Newswise: Abandoned farmlands could play a role in fighting climate change. A new study shows exactly where they are.
Release date: 29-May-2024 11:05 AM EDT
Abandoned farmlands could play a role in fighting climate change. A new study shows exactly where they are.
University of Wisconsin–Madison

Farmland is often a battleground in the fight against climate change.Solar panels and energy crops are pitted against food production, while well-intended policy choices can create incentives for farmers to till up new lands, releasing even more heat-trapping gas into the atmosphere.That’s why strategies for sustainable plant-based fuels focus on marginal lands — fields that are too hard to cultivate or don’t produce good enough yields to be considered profitable.

28-May-2024 2:05 PM EDT
Children often exposed to problematic click bait during YouTube searches
Michigan Medicine - University of Michigan

When a child peruses YouTube, the content recommended to them is not always age appropriate, a new study suggests.


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