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  • Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro: Durability for Tough Work Stations

    eWEEK PRODUCT TEST AND REVIEW: The Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro is made to be dropped; in fact, I think it likes being dropped. A big advantage is this: It doesn’t look or feel like one of those bulky, heavy, “rugged” phones you would use out on an oil rig; it looks like a regular business or personal phone that you’d be comfortable showing off to a friend.

  • New CRISPR-based test for COVID-19 uses a smartphone camera

    In a new study, a team of researchers outlines the technology for a CRISPR-based test for COVID-19 that uses a smartphone camera to provide accurate results in under 30 minutes.

  • The climate changed rapidly alongside sea ice decline in the north

    Researchers have shown that abrupt climate change occurred as a result of widespread decrease of sea ice. This scientific breakthrough concludes a long-lasting debate on the mechanisms causing abrupt climate change during the glacial period. It also documents that the cause of the swiftness and extent of sudden climate change must be found in the oceans.

  • Researchers urge priority vaccination for individuals with diabetes

    Researchers have discovered individuals with type 1 and type 2 diabetes infected with COVID-19 are three times more likely to have a severe illness or require hospitalization compared with people without diabetes.

  • Researchers define immune system's requirements for protection against COVID-19

    Researchers shed light on the role of antibodies and immune cells in protection against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, in rhesus macaques.

  • Protein storytelling to address the pandemic

    Computer molecular physics has contributed to the understanding of protein behavior by creating 3D models of molecular machines and setting them in motion. Researchers at Stony Brook University are using the Frontera supercomputer at the Texas Advanced Computing Center to make structure predictions for 19 proteins from the SARS-CoV-2 virus about which little is known. Their team uses a method they developed, called MELD, that accelerates the structure prediction process by orders of magnitude.

  • COVID-19 pandemic responsible for decrease in hepatitis C testing

    New research finds that the COVID-19 emergency systemic changes made to decrease in-person visits during the pandemic have led to a decrease in hospital-wide Hepatitis C (HCV) testing by 50 percent, and a reduction in new HCV diagnoses by more than 60 percent.

  • Research confirms crucial monitoring assessment is effective for patients with COVID-19

    New research shows that an assessment score used to measure a patient’s severity of illness can be applied to patients with COVID-19 without modification.

  • Hidden network of enzymes accounts for loss of brain synapses in Alzheimer's

    A new study on Alzheimer’s disease has revealed a previously unknown biochemical cascade in the brain that leads to the destruction of synapses, the connections between nerve cells that are responsible for memory and cognition.

  • Gestational age linked to ADHD in children with Down syndrome

    A new study finds a connection between gestational age and ADHD in children with Down syndrome. An earlier gestational age is linked to higher ADHD symptoms later in childhood.

  • Findings about cilia on cells of the vessel wall may be relevant for diabetes treatment

    A new study shows that primary cilia, hair-like protrusions on endothelial cells inside vessels, play an important role in the blood supply and delivery of glucose to the insulin-producing beta cells in the pancreatic islets. The findings may be relevant for transplantation therapies in diabetes, as formation of functional blood vessels is important for the treatment to be successful.

  • Electrical spin filtering the key to ultra-fast, energy-efficient spintronics

    A new study is a step towards even-faster, more energy-efficient ‘spintronic’ technology – an exciting, beyond-CMOS technology. The new study applies ‘spin-filtering’ to separate spin orientation, allowing generation and detection of spin via electrical (rather than magnetic) means, because electric fields are a lot less energetically costly to generate than magnetic fields.

  • Detecting solar neutrinos with the Borexino experiment

    New research documents the attempts of the Borexino experiment to measure low-energy neutrinos from the sun’s carbon-nitrogen-oxygen (CNO) cycle for the first time.

  • Biological diversity evokes happiness

    A high biodiversity in our vicinity is as important for life satisfaction as our income, scientists found. All across Europe, the individual enjoyment of life correlates with the number of surrounding bird species. An additional 10% of bird species therefore increases the Europeans’ life satisfaction as much as a comparable increase in income. Nature conservation thus constitutes an investment in human well-being.

  • Baby's first breath triggers life-saving changes in the brain

    A new discovery reveals how something amazing happens when a baby takes a first breath. The finding could shed light on sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).

  • Characterizing complex flows in 2D bubble swarms

    Research shows that in 2D simulated fluids, upward-flowing swarms of bubbles, a mathematical relationship describing the nature of flows in their wake, previously thought to be universal, actually changes within larger-scale flows in less viscous fluids.

  • Five Steps to Improving Mainframe Agility with DevOps

    eWEEK DATA POINTS: The COVID-19 pandemic has put new and tougher demands on mainframe usage; this will require enterprises to ensure development on the mainframe is more agile than ever.

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  • People with rare autoimmune diseases at increased risk of dying during COVID-19 pandemic

    A new study has shown that people with rare autoimmune rheumatic diseases are at a greater risk of dying at a younger age during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Drinking linked to a decline in brain health from cradle to grave

    The evidence for the harmful effects of alcohol on brain health is compelling, but now experts have pinpointed three key time periods in life when the effects of alcohol are likely to be at their greatest.

  • New DNA modification 'signature' discovered in zebrafish

    Researchers have revealed a previously unknown DNA modification in zebrafish – one of human’s distant evolutionary cousins.

  • What's killing killer whales?

    Pathology reports on more than 50 killer whales stranded over nearly a decade in the northeast Pacific and Hawaii show that orcas face a variety of mortal threats — many stemming from human interactions.

  • Titanium atom that exists in two places at once in crystal to blame for unusual phenomenon

    Bombarding a crystal with neutrons reveals a quantum quirk that frustrates heat transfer.

  • Research leads to better modeling of hypersonic flow

    Designing a thermal protection system to keep astronauts and cargo safe requires an understanding at the molecular level of the complicated physics going on in the gas that flows around the vehicle. Recent research added new knowledge about the physical phenomena that occur as atoms vibrate, rotate, and collide in this extreme environment.

  • Peanut treatment lowers risk of severe allergic reactions in preschoolers, study finds

    A new study demonstrates that exposing children to a small, regular dose of an allergen (in this case, peanuts) in a real-world setting (outside of a clinical trial) is effective in reducing the risk of allergic reactions.

  • Leaving so soon? Unusual planetary nebula fades mere decades after it arrived

    The tiny Stingray Nebula unexpectedly appeared in the 1980s is by far the youngest planetary nebula in our sky. But a team of astronomers recently analyzed a more recent image of the nebula, taken in 2016 by Hubble, and found that it has faded significantly and changed shape over the course of just 20 years. If dimming continues at current rates, in 20 or 30 years the Stingray Nebula will be barely perceptible.

  • Leaf microbiomes are a neighborhood affair in northern forests

    Leaf microbiomes of sugar maple trees vary across the species’ range, changing in accordance with the types of trees in the surrounding ‘neighborhood.’

  • Tire-related chemical is largely responsible for adult coho salmon deaths in urban streams

    Scientists have discovered a chemical that kills coho salmon in urban streams before the fish can spawn.