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Newswise: Masterstrokes and markets: a bibliometric journey through art's value
Released: 14-Jun-2024 11:05 AM EDT
Masterstrokes and markets: a bibliometric journey through art's value
Chinese Academy of Sciences

The art market, blending culture and commerce, has long intrigued economists and enthusiasts. A new article offers a comprehensive bibliometric analysis over five decades, examining pricing mechanisms and efficiency metrics. It highlights the COVID-19 pandemic's role in accelerating digital transformations within the market.

   
Newswise: Tea crop saviors: genomic insights into the tea grey geometrid's survival strategy
Released: 14-Jun-2024 11:05 AM EDT
Tea crop saviors: genomic insights into the tea grey geometrid's survival strategy
Chinese Academy of Sciences

In a breakthrough that could redefine tea crop protection, a new study has shed light on the genetic makeup of the tea grey geometrid, Ectropis grisescens. Through the re-sequencing of 43 genomes, scientists have mapped out the pest's population structure and its remarkable adaptation to tea crops, offering new avenues for managing this agricultural adversary.

Newswise: Global trial confirms benefit of antacids on bleeding prevention for ventilated patients
12-Jun-2024 12:05 PM EDT
Global trial confirms benefit of antacids on bleeding prevention for ventilated patients
McMaster University

Critically ill patients are at risk of stress-induced upper gastrointestinal bleeding. Now, a global trial led by McMaster University researchers confirms that a widely available drug does prevent upper gastrointestinal bleeding.

Released: 14-Jun-2024 10:00 AM EDT
Synthetic data holds the key to determining best statewide transit investments, new NYU Tandon School of Engineering study finds
NYU Tandon School of Engineering

Synthetically generated population data can reveal the equity impacts of distributing transportation resources and funding across diverse regions, according to new research from NYU's Tandon School of Engineering that uses New York State as a case study.

Newswise: Quasicrystal metasurface projects holographic images and light patterns simultaneously
Released: 14-Jun-2024 9:05 AM EDT
Quasicrystal metasurface projects holographic images and light patterns simultaneously
Chinese Academy of Sciences

Scientists created a new metasurface that projects holograms and unique light patterns. This ultrathin material combines quasicrystals (ordered but not repeating structures) with light manipulation techniques. They achieved this dual function by arranging tiny structures and controlling light interaction. This paves the way for ultra-thin devices in holographic displays, anti-counterfeiting, 3D imaging, and even multi-substance detection tech.

Released: 14-Jun-2024 9:05 AM EDT
New dart launcher may be better way to inject animals with drugs
Ohio State University

A new type of dart launcher has been developed as a safer and more cost-effective alternative to firearms or air guns to inject animals with drugs or tracking chips.

Newswise: Unlocking the grape's secret scent: key gene modulates terpene aroma
Released: 14-Jun-2024 9:05 AM EDT
Unlocking the grape's secret scent: key gene modulates terpene aroma
Chinese Academy of Sciences

A study explores the ethylene-responsive gene VviERF003's influence on glycosylated monoterpenoid synthesis in grapes, which are pivotal for the fruity and floral notes in wines. Understanding this genetic regulation provides insights into how wine aroma can be influenced, potentially allowing for the development of grapes with enhanced or specific aromatic profiles.

Released: 14-Jun-2024 8:05 AM EDT
Xylyx Bio Awarded $2.26M NIH SBIR Grant from National Cancer Institute
Xylyx Bio, Inc.

Award supports development of a pre-clinical cell-based assay platform to help scientists discover and test drug candidates for metastatic breast cancer

   
Released: 14-Jun-2024 8:05 AM EDT
High out-of-pocket costs may be barrier to filling naloxone prescriptions, study shows
Michigan Medicine - University of Michigan

A study finds naloxone prescriptions, given to prevent opioid overdoses, are less likely to be filled when cost-sharing is higher, including at the start of a new health insurance year.

Newswise: When QDs Meet BPLCEs: Visualized Full-Color and Mechanically-Switchable CPL
Released: 14-Jun-2024 8:05 AM EDT
When QDs Meet BPLCEs: Visualized Full-Color and Mechanically-Switchable CPL
Chinese Academy of Sciences

Full-color CPL is achieved by doping different quantum dots (QDs) into reconfigurable blue phase liquid crystal elastomers (BPLCE). Unlike with CPL in the cholesteric phase, BPLCE induces opposite CPL signal, entirely independent of photonic bandgaps (PBGs) and yielding a higher glum value even without matching between PBGs and emission bands of QDs.


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