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MIT Researchers Discover 'Anti-Aging Molecule'

Researchers of MIT and Harvard have identified an enzyme that could help reverse the effects of DNA damage associated with aging and Alzheimer's disease.

CRISPR-based Diagnostic Chips Can Detect COVID-19

Researchers have developed a new technology that flexibly scales up CRISPR-based molecular diagnostics, using microfluidics chips that can run thousands of tests simultaneously.

Harvard Researchers Believes Social Distancing May be Needed Until 2022

a group of Harvard disease experts have announced that social distancing may still be needed until 2022 to prevent large outbreaks of coronavirus.

Scientists Believe e-Learning Can Provide Students More Effective Learning Experience

A new study by the Harvard scientists suggested that e-learning not only can teach students more but can be just as enjoyable.

Harvard, Chinese Researchers to Co-op in Improving Diagnostics and Develop Novel Coronavirus Therapies

Researchers from Harvard and Chinese research institute will cooperate for five years to study the novel coronavirus.

Iranian Scientist Create 'Smart' Bandages to Heal Chronic Wounds

An Iranian scientist has developed "smart" bandage that can precisely deliver different medications to the wound with independent dosing.

Researchers Make Light and Material 'Intelligent' Interaction

A group of researchers from McMaster and Harvard could generate a new platform in which light beams communicate with one another through solid matter.

Researchers Discover Cancer-Killing Ability in Non-Cancer Drugs

Researchers from MIT and Harvard University have recently discovered number of non-oncology drugs which are able to kill cancer cell lines in the lab.

Iranian Scientist Develops Chip-Based Model for Ebola Hemorrhagic Shock Syndrome

A team of researchers, led by Alireza Mashaghi, a biophysicist and medical scientist at Leiden University and Harvard Medical School, has developed the first chip-based model for Ebola hemorrhagic shock syndrome.

How Technologies Can Make the Memory Sharp Again?

According to Harvard Medical School, more than half of adults begin to struggle with age-related memory issues by age 60 therefore, how new technologies can play a role in slowing or reversing age-related memory loss.

Researchers Develop Camera Brings Unseen World to Light

Researchers from the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) have developed a highly compact, portable camera that can image polarization in a single shot.

Researchers Prove That Gut Microbes Eat Medications

A new study has found that the gut microbes can intercept medications and chemically transform them before they reach the brain.

Amirkabir, Harvard University Publish Joint Book

A faculty member of Amirkabir University of Technology Biomedical Engineering Department and a professor from Harvard University released a joint book.

AI Might Be Able to Predict Earthquake Aftershocks

Scientists at Harvard and Google have shown how deep learning can help predict aftershock locations more reliably than existing models in a paper published in the journal Nature.

Scientists Make Robotic Grabber Catches Squidgy Deep Sea Animals without Harming Them

Scientists at Harvard University in Massachusetts have created a robotic grabber based on a regular dodecahedron, a 3D shape built from 12 pentagons.

The World's First Soft Robotic Sleeve Helps the Heart Beat

A team of scientists from Harvard University in cooperation with Boston Children’s Hospital researchers have developed the world's first soft robotic sleeve that is fitted around the heart, where it twists and compresses the heart's chambers just like healthy cardiac muscle would.

Researchers Develop Human-in-the-Loop Optimization of Hip Assistance with a Soft Exosuit During Walking

Researchers from the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied and Sciences (SEAS) and the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University have developed an efficient machine-learning algorithm that can do that work quickly.

Iranian Researcher Makes Snake-Inspired Robot

Ahmad Rafsanjani, a postdoctoral researcher at Harvard University has developed robots with deformable scaly skin that can move like snakes.

Researchers Create New Form of Light

Scientists at MIT, Harvard University, and elsewhere have demonstrated that photons can indeed be made to interact, an accomplishment that could open a path toward using photons in quantum computing, if not in light sabers.

AI Helps Detect Earthquakes 17 Times More Earthquakes Than Traditional Methods

Researchers from Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed an artificial intelligence (A.I.) neural network to better help detect earthquakes of all sizes.

Scientists Build Artificial Muscle with Super Strength

Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University have developed an artificial muscles that can lift up to a thousand times their own weight.

Harvard Art Museum to Present Qajar Era in an Exhibition

Harvard Art Museum in the US is going to present notable and never before seen works of the Qajar era in an exhibition called 'Technologies of the Image: Art in 19th-Century Iran' on January 7, 2018.

58% of Americans Disapprove of Trump’s Job in Office

The latest Harvard-Harris survey demonstrates that most Americans disapprove of US President Donald Trump’s job in office.

Top 2018 U.S. Colleges

The Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education have released a list of 2018 best college rankings.

Ig Nobels 2017: Weird and Wonderful Experiments

At the 2017 Ig Nobels, held (Sept. 14) in the Sanders Theater at Harvard University, researchers representing five continents made an appearance to acknowledge the dubious achievement of acquiring an Ig Nobel.

Second Skin Could Hide Wrinkles

Scientists at Harvard and M.I.T. have developed an invisible elastic film that can be applied to the skin to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and eye bags.

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