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  Science headlines

Scientists offer road map to improve environmental observations in the Indian Ocean
Posted on Friday January 15, 2021

A group of more than 60 scientists have provided recommendations to improve the Indian Ocean Observing System (IndOOS), a basin-wide monitoring system to better understand the impacts of human-caused climate change in a region that has been warming faster than any other ocean.

Glass frogs living near roaring waterfalls wave hello to attract mates
Posted on Friday January 15, 2021

A conservationist has discovered that the glass frog Sachatamia orejuela can be added to the list of species that make use of visual cues in response to their acoustic environments. This is the first time a member of the glass frog family (Centrolenidae) has been observed using visual communication in this manner.

Conductive nature in crystal structures revealed at magnification of 10 million times
Posted on Friday January 15, 2021

In groundbreaking materials research, a team has made a discovery that blends the best of two sought-after qualities for touchscreens and smart windows -- transparency and conductivity.

Tool to distribute limited vaccines equitably
Posted on Friday January 15, 2021

Researchers have developed a tool that incorporates a person's age and socioeconomic status to prioritize vaccine distribution among people who otherwise share similar risks due to their jobs.

Scientists identify nutrient that helps prevent bacterial infection
Posted on Friday January 15, 2021

Scientists studying the body's natural defenses against bacterial infection have identified a nutrient -- taurine -- that helps the gut recall prior infections and kill invading bacteria, such as Klebsiella pneumoniae (Kpn). The finding could aid efforts seeking alternatives to antibiotics.

Controlling chemical catalysts with sculpted light
Posted on Friday January 15, 2021

Using state-of-the-art fabrication and imaging, researchers watched the consequences of adding sculpted light to a catalyst during a chemical transformation. This work could inform more efficient -- and potentially new -- forms of catalysis.

RNA's mysterious folding process
Posted on Friday January 15, 2021

Using data from RNA-folding experiments, the researchers generated the first-ever data-driven movies of how RNA folds as it is made by cellular machinery. By watching their videos of this folding occur, the researchers discovered that RNA often folds in surprising, perhaps unintuitive ways, such as tying itself into knots.

Target discovered that halts osteoarthritis-type knee cartilage degeneration
Posted on Friday January 15, 2021

In a mouse study, researchers used nanotechnology and previous knowledge of a protein pathway to significantly reduce knee cartilage degeneration and pain.

Researchers trace geologic origins of Gulf of Mexico 'super basin' success
Posted on Friday January 15, 2021

The Gulf of Mexico holds huge untapped offshore oil deposits that could help power the U.S. for decades. According to researchers, the basin's vast oil and gas reserves are the result of a remarkable geologic past. Only a fraction of the oil has been extracted and much remains buried beneath ancient salt layers, just recently illuminated by modern seismic imaging.

Breathing easier with a better tracheal stent
Posted on Friday January 15, 2021

New research is poised to drastically improve the use of tracheal stents for children with airway obstruction. Researchers demonstrate for the first time the successful use of a completely biodegradable magnesium-alloy tracheal stent that safely degrades and does not require removal.


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