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Newswise: Berries of color and health: unraveling the genome of Rubus rosaefolius
Release date: 15-Jun-2024 12:05 AM EDT
Berries of color and health: unraveling the genome of Rubus rosaefolius
Chinese Academy of Sciences

A recent study delves into the genetic makeup of the red raspberry Rubus rosaefolius, offering valuable insights into its evolutionary history and the intricate process of anthocyanin biosynthesis. This research uncovers the genomic basis for the berry's rich coloration and potential health benefits, providing a foundation for future cultivation improvements.

Newswise: Phosphorylation: the molecular key to birch trees' drought endurance
Release date: 14-Jun-2024 9:05 PM EDT
Phosphorylation: the molecular key to birch trees' drought endurance
Chinese Academy of Sciences

Researchers have elucidated the pivotal function of the BpNAC90 gene's phosphorylation in birch trees, which is essential for their drought tolerance. This discovery in gene expression regulation presents a significant step towards engineering plants with enhanced resilience to arid conditions, offering a strategic approach to combat the impacts of climate change on vegetation.

Newswise: Successful Workshop for Leading the 'Carnot Battery',   the Future of Energy Storage
Released: 14-Jun-2024 9:00 PM EDT
Successful Workshop for Leading the 'Carnot Battery', the Future of Energy Storage
National Research Council of Science and Technology

On May 17th (Friday), the Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER) held a workshop at its main headquarters in Daejeon with experts from industry, academia, research, and government to discuss the technology, policy status, and development direction of the Carnot Battery in relation to energy storage and heat pumps.

Released: 14-Jun-2024 5:05 PM EDT
Accessibility issues in cancer care
Michigan Medicine - University of Michigan

Research identifies issues with booking new appointments at clinics for cancer treatment

Newswise: St. Jude scientists solve decades long mystery of NLRC5 sensor function in cell death
Released: 14-Jun-2024 3:40 PM EDT
St. Jude scientists solve decades long mystery of NLRC5 sensor function in cell death
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

Learn about immunology research from the St. Jude laboratory of Thirumala-Devi Kanneganti, PhD, that revealed the function of the NLRC5 innate immune sensor. 

Released: 14-Jun-2024 3:30 PM EDT
CDC-Funded Program Improved Cardiovascular Health of Nebraska Women
Wolters Kluwer Health: Lippincott

When implemented in Nebraska, the WISEWOMAN program supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which offers services for women ages 40–64 who are low-income and uninsured/underinsured, improved hypertension, blood pressure self-management, diet, physical activity, and body weight.

Released: 14-Jun-2024 3:05 PM EDT
Novel Gene-Editing Therapy Continues to Show Positive Results in Sickle Cell Patients
Cleveland Clinic

Researchers have presented the latest findings from a clinical trial aimed at discovering a cure for sickle cell disease, a painful genetic blood disorder with limited treatment options.

Newswise: As the ball turns: Earth's inner core is 'backtracking'
Released: 14-Jun-2024 2:05 PM EDT
As the ball turns: Earth's inner core is 'backtracking'
University of Utah

Using seismic data to measure changes in the solid core's motion within the liquid outer core, geologists discover it now turns more slowly relative to surface of Earth.

Newswise: Quantum entanglement measures Earth rotation
13-Jun-2024 6:00 AM EDT
Quantum entanglement measures Earth rotation
University of Vienna

A team of researchers led by Philip Walther at the University of Vienna carried out a pioneering experiment where they measured the effect of the rotation of Earth on quantum entangled photons.

Newswise: What If a Nonmagnetic Material Could Be Magnetic?
Released: 14-Jun-2024 1:05 PM EDT
What If a Nonmagnetic Material Could Be Magnetic?
Department of Energy, Office of Science

Quantum information devices need particles to be synchronized in space and time. In nickel molybdate (Ni2Mo3O8), nickel ions (Ni2+) form a triangular array of tetrahedrons and octahedrons with opposing magnetic spins. Electric fields in Ni2Mo3O8 induce parallel alignment of the spins; this alignment changes with time, producing spin excitons.


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