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Researchers Discover New Cellulose that Could Cut Fuel Costs & Treat Infections

Researchers from Stanford University have discovered a new type of cellulose in bacteria that has properties that could make it an improvement over traditional cellulose for fuels and other materials, or for better understanding and treating bacterial infections.

Iranian Researcher Discovers Hepatic Regulation Modulates Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

An Iranian researcher, Mohammad Zarei of University of Barcelona, has discovered hepatic regulation of VLDL receptor by PPARβ/δ and FGF21 modulates non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.

2017, One of the Earth's Top 3 Hottest Years on Record

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, NASA, the UK Met Office, and other groups that monitor the planet's thermostat, announced 2017 as the second-warmest year since reliable record-keeping began in 1880, trailing only 2016.

E-Skin Lets the Wearer Manipulate Virtual Objects Without Touching Them

Researchers from Helmholtz-Zentrum-Dresden-Rossendorf Institute for Ion Beam Physics and Materials Research in Germany have newly developed electronic skin lets the wearer manipulate virtual objects without touching them.

IAU Researcher Presents Method & System for Treatment of Maxillary Deficiency Using Miniscrews

Researchers from Islamic Azad University have presented a method and system for treatment of maxillary deficiency using miniscrews including placement of self-drilling Titanium alloy miniscrews in the lower jaw, and Class III elastic tractions connecting the miniscrews to a tightly fitting upper removable appliance.

Einstein Was Right, Sun Is Losing Mass

A team of researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of Maryland and the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center have demonstrated that the aging sun is behaving according to Albert Einstein's theory of general relativity.

USWR Launches the Iranian National Genome Center

The University of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Sciences (USWR) has run the Iranian National Genome Center, also known as Iranome, in Tehran on Jan. 16.

A New Blood Test Could Detect Signs of 8 Kinds of Cancer

Researchers from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore have developed a new test that screens for multiple types of cancer using only a blood sample.

Researchers Develop Innovative Approach for the Remote Control of Gene & Cell Activations

A team of researchers has developed an innovative approach to use mechanogenetics for the remote control of gene and cell activations.

Researchers Discover Genes that Repair Spinal Cord in Fish are also in Humans

Researchers from Northwell Health's Feinstein Institute for Medical Research Associate along with colleagues at the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) have discovered the genes that repair an injured spinal cord in a fish called the lamprey are also active in the repair of the peripheral nervous system in mammals.

Researchers Develop Battery Releases Heat on Demand_ with Light

Scientists from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) could offer an alternative by storing the sun’s heat during the day in what MIT described as a thermal battery, and releasing that heat on demand later for cooking or heating.

Study Shows Anxiety Could Be an Early Manifestation of Alzheimer's

Scientists have found out that anxiety symptoms could be a dynamic marker of the disease's early stages.

Researchers Develop 3D Printing to Create Super-Soft Replicas of Biological Structures for Tissue Regeneration

Researchers from Imperial College London (ICL) have developed a new 3D printing technique for creating replicas of biological structures.

Shabestar IAU Faculty Member Presents a New Protocol of Type 2 Diabetes Induction

A faculty member from Islamic Azad University, Shabestar branch, has introduced a new protocol of Type 2 Diabetes induction and hydrocortisone effects on beta-cells signaling in mice which was published in Current Chemical Biology Journal.

NASA to Demonstrate X-ray Navigation in Space

A team of NASA engineers has demonstrated fully autonomous X-ray navigation in space which could revolutionize NASA’s ability in the future to pilot robotic spacecraft to the far reaches of the solar system and beyond.

Fast Food May Damage the Immune System

German scientists from the University of Bonn have discovered that the immune system responds to a fast food-style Western diet the same way as it would react to a bacterial or viral infection.

Shahr-e Kord IAU Researchers Investigate the Effects of Honey & SNPs on Kidney Stone Prevention

Researchers of Islamic Azad University, Shahr-e Kord branch, have carried out an investigation about the effect of honey and silver nanoparticles (SNPs) on blood biochemical factors changes in Kidney stone disease.

Director of Iran’s Brain Bank

400 Enroll for Brain Donation Program

The director of Iran’s brain bank, Dr. Mohammad Taghi Jaghataei, has stated that Iran's first brain bank was created at Iran University of Medical Sciences, in Tehran, to promote research on diseases pertaining to the neurological system including Alzheimer's and Multiple Sclerosis.

Researchers Discover Mechanism Allows Organic Solar Cells to Create a Charge

Researchers at Purdue University have discovered the mechanism that allows organic solar cells to create a charge, solving a longstanding puzzle in physics.

Researchers of IAU Central Tehran IAU Young Researchers and Elite Club Create High-Performance Asymmetric Supercapacitors

Researchers of Young Researchers and Elite Club of Islamic Azad University have developed a novel advanced electrode with superior electrochemical properties for high-performance asymmetric supercapacitors.

Toyota Reveals 'Roaming Shops' Concept

Toyota unveiled a concept vehicle which is a mobile platform for e-commerce, ride sharing and medical services, for a start.

Khomeyni Shahr IAU Researchers Create Motion Simulator Device for Radiation Therapy Training Program

Researchers of Khomeyni Shahr Islamic Azad University have created a motion simulator device for radiation therapy training program.

Ozone Layer Closing Up Because Humans Did Something about It

A new NASA study based on data from the Aura satellite confirms the success, so far, through measuring the chemicals that caused the hole in the first place.

FedEx Employee Discovers Largest Known Prime Number

FedEx employee from Tennessee has discovered the longest known prime number.

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