The Excretory System: From Your Heart to the Toilet – CrashCourse Biology #29

One of the coolest and most important things that our bodies do is maintain this thing called homeostasis, the regulation of a stable internal environment, no matter where we are…

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SPARC Strategic Planning Workshop: Biology & Technology (Day 2)

I WOULD LIKE TO WELCOME DR YVETTE TACHE FROM UCLA TO CHAIR OUR FIRST SESSION THIS MORNING. THANK YOU, DR. TACHE. >> WELCOME FOR THIS INTERESTING SESSION, ABOUT MECHANISMS OF…

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Low-temperature DeNOx catalyst for reducing ultrafine particle emission

Recently, there has been growing demand for DeNOx catalysts that can treat nitrogen oxides (NOx) at low temperatures, to increase energy efficiency when processing flue gas in industrial combustion facilities….

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UTA working with DFW aerospace companies to enable autonomous flight systems

A University of Texas at Arlington aerospace engineer is teaming with industry partners to develop control systems for autonomous aerial vehicles that will increase their safety and detect structural issues….

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National Award Honors research leading to habitat restoration for people, birds

In Missouri, USDA Forest Service science was instrumental in habitat restoration, culminating in the reintroduction of a songbird that had disappeared from the state a century ago. In Baltimore, research…

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A catalyst for more efficient green hydrogen production

The climate crisis requires ramping up usage of renewable energy sources like solar and wind, but with intermittent availability, scalable energy storage is a challenge.   The climate crisis requires…

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$2 million NIH MIRA grant will support trailblazing research in UMass Amherst lab

Jianhan Chen, a University of Massachusetts Amherst chemistry and biochemistry and molecular biology professor, has received a five-year, $2 million National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant to support research in…

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Genetic strategy reverses insecticide resistance

Insecticides play a central role in efforts to counter global impacts of mosquito-spread malaria and other diseases, which cause an estimated 750,000 deaths each year. These insect-specific chemicals, which cost…

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Tackling plastics pollution

Despite the society-changing improvements that plastic materials have brought to humanity, there’s no question that they also present us with new challenges regarding what to do with the large amounts…

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New study sheds light on origins of life on Earth

New Brunswick, N.J. (Jan. 14, 2022) – Addressing one of the most profoundly unanswered questions in biology, a Rutgers-led team has discovered the structures of proteins that may be responsible…

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