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Article ID: 706796

Keeping astronauts healthy during deep space missions

Michigan State University

George Mias, Michigan State University biochemistry and molecular biology researcher, believes precision medicine -- a personalized approach using technology to analyze an individual's wellness to predict and possibly prevent illnesses -- can keep astronauts healthy during deep space missions.

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Article ID: 705800

Heating Up Cold Tumors

Ludwig Cancer Research

A Ludwig Cancer Research study has uncovered a cellular mechanism by which melanomas that fail to respond to checkpoint blockade may be made susceptible to such immunotherapies. Led by Ping-Chih Ho of the Lausanne Branch of the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research and reported in the current issue of Nature Immunology, the study also identifies an existing diabetes drug that could be used to accomplish that feat.

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Article ID: 706768

On Facebook and Twitter your privacy is at risk -- even if you don't have an account

University of Vermont

A study from the University of Vermont shows that if a person leaves a social media platform--or never joined--the online posts and words of their friends still provide about 95% of the predictive accuracy of a person's future activities--even without any of that person's data.

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Article ID: 706765

Mechanical engineers develop process to 3D print energy harvesting material

Virginia Tech

Virginia Tech Engineers found a way to make a hard, bulky and expensive material found in most electronics soft, flexible and cheap.

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Article ID: 706554

Discovering the secret doors into software

Oregon State University, College of Engineering

From multiple wins at DEFCON to award-winning papers and supervision of an award-winning cybersecurity student club, Oregon State University's Yeongjin Jang has been a boon to the university's efforts to boost its cybersecurity program.

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Article ID: 706522

Ancient Carpet Shark Discovered with ‘Spaceship-Shaped’ Teeth

North Carolina State University

The world of the dinosaurs just got a bit more bizarre with a newly discovered species of freshwater shark whose tiny teeth resemble the alien ships from the popular 1980s video game Galaga.

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Article ID: 706782

Stronger, lighter, greener

Argonne National Laboratory

A new award-winning magnet technology invented at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory could help drive the nation’s transition from gas-powered vehicles to electric and hybrid power more rapidly, at lower cost, and in a more environmentally friendly way.

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Article ID: 706781

Argonne scientist elected as SAE Fellow

Argonne National Laboratory

Scientist Michael Wang from the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory was recently inducted as a Fellow of the professional engineering organization SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers). The organization reserves this prestigious grade of membership for thosewho have made significant contributions to mobility technology and have demonstrated leadership in their field.

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Article ID: 706780

Chemistry intern inspired by Argonne’s real-world science

Argonne National Laboratory

etmarie Matos Vazquez came to the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory seeking a more in-depth understanding of science beyond what her university could provide. Almost as soon as she stumbled upon a DOE website about internship opportunities, she knew that DOE’s laboratory system, and Argonne specifically, had exactly what she needed.Currently, she is workingon a projectthat offers the potential toimprove the aspect resolution of a wide array of microscopes.Vazquez’s internship was sponsored by the Minority Serving Institutions Partnership Program, within the DOE’s Office of Environmental Management.

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