Featured Research on Science Daily: New method for researching understudied malaria-spreading mosquitoes. Pomegranate fruit extract protects cells against the effects of ultraviolet B radiation by inhibiting ultraviolet light-stimulated NFkB activation.105 Pomegranate fruit extract also prevented chemically induced skin cancers in mice through NFkB-mediated effects on both cancer initiation and promotion.106 Blockade of NFkB by pomegranate fruit extract has shown promise in osteoarthritis by inhibiting the production of protein-digesting enzymes and inflammatory cytokines.107 Pomegranate wine reduced the activation of NFkB in vascular endothelial cells by inflammatory mediators or biomechanical stresses,108 thus protecting against atherosclerosis.109.
The Brainstatus electrode set mentioned in the Science Daily. Shining a light on the elusive ‘blackbody’ of energy research: Designer material has potential applications for thermophotovoltaics. Researchers studied more than 2,000 patients admitted to an acute care hospital over a five-month period.
This may be done to foil screening tests of drug quality, but these doses are too low to be efficacious, yet high enough to contribute to malaria parasites becoming resistant to this class of drugs. Aborting the third landing at the end of an extended flight would result in the automatic declaration of an emergency and a horizontal (airplane-like) landing at the nearest airport.
The enhanced tissue possesses a full-thickness structure and barrier function similar to that of native human skin. You know, maybe a hundred people followed for two or three years. While it’s fun to apply maths to our favourite show, there are also a lot of practical applications of this type of research – most importantly to help security agencies and police to help study terrorist networks.
They illustrate how a self-learning algorithm decodes human brain signals that were measured by an electroencephalogram (EEG). ScienceDaily is one of the Internet’s leading online magazines and Web portals devoted to science, technology, and medicine. X-ray based methods have greatly improved the diagnosis of heart disease, but they can produce significant levels of radiation exposure… > full story.