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LLNL Reinventing Metal 3D Printing with Direct Metal Writing Process

Thu, 30 Mar 2017 06:05:06 EST

(image) Metal 3D printing has enormous potential to revolutionize modern manufacturing. However, the most popular metal printing processes, which use lasers to fuse together fine metal powder, have their limitations. Parts produced using Selective Laser Melting (SLM) and other powder-based metal techniques often end up with gaps or defects caused by a variety of factors. To overcome those drawbacks, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory researchers, along with collaborators at Worchester Polytechnic Institute, are taking a wholly new approach to metal 3D printing with a process they're calling Direct Metal Writing, in which semisolid metal is directly extruded from a nozzle, like ketchup from a bottle.(image)

Blind Tadpoles Learn Visually After Researchers Graft Eyes Onto Tails and Treat Them with Neurotransmitter Drugs

Thu, 30 Mar 2017 06:00:00 EST

(image) Blind tadpoles were able to process visual information from eyes grafted onto their tails after being treated with a small molecule neurotransmitter drug that augmented innervation, integration, and function of the transplanted organs. The work, which used a pharmacological reagent already approved for use in humans, provides a potential road map for promoting innervation - the supply of nerves to a body part - in regenerative medicine.(image)

NYIT Names Henry C. "Hank" Foley as Fourth President

Wed, 29 Mar 2017 16:45:00 EST

(image) The Board of Trustees of New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) today announced the appointment of Henry C. "Hank" Foley, Ph.D., as NYIT's fourth president, effective June 1. Foley has been serving as interim chancellor of the University of Missouri-Columbia since November 2015.(image)

Research Highlights for Experimental Biology 2017 in Chicago, April 22-26

Wed, 29 Mar 2017 16:00:16 EST

Cutting-edge multidisciplinary research from across the life sciences will be presented at the Experimental Biology 2017 meeting (EB 2017), the premier annual meeting of six scientific societies in Chicago to be held April 22-26.(image)

Brain Scans Show Dopamine Levels Fall During Migraine Attacks

Wed, 29 Mar 2017 16:00:13 EST

Using PET scans of the brain, University of Michigan researchers showed that dopamine falls and fluctuates at different times during a migraine headache.(image)

Researchers Track Perfluorinated Chemicals in the Body

Wed, 29 Mar 2017 15:05:06 EST

(image) Scientists have developed a method to track perfluorinated alkyl substances (PFAS) in the body. PFAS are potentially toxic chemicals found in stain-resistant products, nonstick cookware, fire-fighting foams and, most recently, fast food wrappers.(image)

Tackling Resilience: Finding Order in Chaos to Help Buffer Against Climate Change

Wed, 29 Mar 2017 14:05:10 EST

(image) A new paper by the University of Washington and NOAA's Northwest Fisheries Science Center aims to provide clarity among scientists, resource managers and planners on what ecological resilience means and how it can be achieved.(image)

Discovery: Stretchy Silver for Flexible Phones

Wed, 29 Mar 2017 13:05:44 EST

(image) A team of scientists has discovered that silver wires, between about 10 and 40 nanometers wide, have an amazing combination of super-strength and stretchiness. The discovery holds promise for the creation of flexible touchscreens and other technologies.(image)

Project Aims to Broaden Participation in the Geosciences

Wed, 29 Mar 2017 13:05:42 EST

A new program involving Arizona State University aims to improve minority representation in the field of geological sciences.(image)

New Review Offers Solutions to Mitigate Nutrition and Health Deficiencies in Older Adults

Wed, 29 Mar 2017 13:05:38 EST

A new review published in the Journal of Food Science defines the causes, contributors and consequences of malnutrition in older individuals and suggests new food product development might mitigate or address the negative consequences of poor food intake in older adults.(image)

IFT16 Named to Trade Show News Network Top 250 Trade Shows

Wed, 29 Mar 2017 13:05:38 EST

The Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) today announced that its annual event, IFT16, has been ranked 80th in the top 250 United States-based trade shows in 2016 by the Trade Show News Network (TSNN). This is the fifth time that IFT has made the list since 2010.(image)

Sustainable Suburban Development Methods for Abu Dhabi Presented

Wed, 29 Mar 2017 13:05:35 EST

(image) Masdar Institute MSc Student Analyzes UAE Neighborhoods to Understand How Land Can Be Conserved While Developing Environmentally Sustainable Suburbs(image)

Well-Known Sociologist Eric Klinenberg to Speak at Northwestern

Wed, 29 Mar 2017 13:05:21 EST

New York University sociologist Eric Klinenberg will return to Northwestern University to deliver an address as part of One Book One Northwestern. Formerly a professor at Northwestern and a Chicago native, Klinenberg will talk about the concept of "climate proofing" our cities in the face of "a warmer, wetter, and wilder world."(image)

Institute of Food Technologists Announces IFT17 Featured Sessions

Wed, 29 Mar 2017 13:05:11 EST

The Institute of Food Technologists today announced the featured session lineup for its annual event, IFT17: Go With Purpose. Featured sessions include the premiere of the Food Evolution Film, Processed Food: The Good, the Bad and the Science moderated by esteemed columnist Tamar Haspel, and a presentation by Dr. Andrew Pelling.(image)

Manufacturing, Global Trade Impair Health of People with No Stake in Either

Wed, 29 Mar 2017 13:05:06 EST

Irvine, Calif., March 29, 2017 - The latest products may bring joy to people around the globe, but academic researchers this week are highlighting the heightened health risks experienced by people in regions far downwind of the factories that produce these goods and on the other side of the world from where they're consumed.(image)

NASA Announces Astronomy and Astrophysics Fellows for 2017

Wed, 29 Mar 2017 13:00:45 EST

(image) NASA has selected 28 Fellows for its prestigious Einstein, Hubble, and Sagan fellowships. Each post-doctoral fellowship provides three years of support to awardees to pursue independent research in astronomy and astrophysics. The new Fellows begin their programs in the fall of 2017 at a host university or research center of their choosing in the United States.(image)

Unique Genome Architectures After Fertilisation in Single-Cell Embryos

Wed, 29 Mar 2017 13:00:00 EST

Using a newly developed method researchers at the Institute of Molecular Biotechnology of the Austrian Academy of Sciences (IMBA) have been able to shed light on the complexity of genome reorganization occurring during the first hours after fertilization in the single-cell mammalian embryo. Their findings have recently been published in the journal Nature. The team of researchers (from three continents) have discovered that the egg and sperm genomes that co-exist in the single-cell embryo or zygote have a unique structure compared to other interphase cells. Understanding this specialized chromatin "ground state" has the potential to provide insights into the yet mysterious process of epigenetic reprogramming to totipotency, the ability to give rise to all cell types.(image)

Kids' Wildlife Preferences Differ From Island to Mainland

Wed, 29 Mar 2017 12:15:00 EST

(image) When asked to name their favorite wildlife, Bahamian children chose feral cats, dogs and pigs - invasive species that can be more damaging in an island environment. However, island kids chose a wider variety of favorite species - including birds, lizards, fish and insects - than mainland children from North Carolina, who favored mammals such as deer, bears, rabbits, wolves and squirrels.(image)

Pioneering Treatment Method Turns Sewage Sludge into Farm-Safe Fertilizer

Wed, 29 Mar 2017 12:05:21 EST

(image) Masdar Institute's Novel 3-in-One Treatment Method Removes over 90% of Zinc and 60% of Copper from Biosolids, Creating a High-Value Fertilizer for UAE's Soils and Agriculture Industry(image)

Steering Towards Grazing Fields

Wed, 29 Mar 2017 12:00:00 EST

(image) It makes sense that a 1,200 pound Angus cow would place quite a lot of pressure on the ground on which it walks. But a new study shows that even these heavy beasts can't do much to compact common soils--if they're grazed responsibly.(image)

'Weather Whiplash' Triggered by Changing Climate Will Degrade Midwest's Drinking Water, Researchers Say

Wed, 29 Mar 2017 11:05:47 EST

(image) Researchers at the University of Kansas have published findings showing weather whiplash in the American Midwest's agricultural regions will drive the deterioration of water quality, forcing municipalities to seek costly remedies to provide safe drinking water to residents.(image)

Bullies and Their Victims Obsessed with Weight-Loss

Wed, 29 Mar 2017 11:05:12 EST

(image) School bullies and their victims are more obsessed with weight-loss than anyone else, according to new research by the University of Warwick.(image)

Making America's Power Grid Much, Much Smarter

Wed, 29 Mar 2017 10:05:50 EST

(image) A new, open-source software platform has been designed to support applications required to create a smart power grid and protect it from dangers ranging from terrorists to falling tree limbs.(image)

Journal: Researchers Can Track Hazardous Chemicals From Fast-Food Wrappers in the Body

Wed, 29 Mar 2017 10:05:23 EST

(image) Just one month after major research findings showed dangerous PFAS present in more than one-third of fast food packaging tested, UAB and Notre Dame created a new technique to track PFASs in the body.(image)

Warped Reality: Virtual Trip to Hyperbolic Space

Wed, 29 Mar 2017 10:05:14 EST

(image) Physicist and mathematician-artists create multi-colored virtual reality experience of hyperbolic geometry(image)