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‘Robot’ cells answer call to arms

Simulations by Rice University lab show how blood vessels regroup after stroke HOUSTON – By thinking of cells as programmable robots, researchers at Rice University...

PLDT taps Wi-Fi technology for broadband rollout

MANILA, Philippines—Dominant mobile network Smart Communications is taking a second look at wireless fidelity or Wi-Fi technology, often seen only in malls or coffee...

Bicol explores potential of seaweed farming; 20 innovative products developed

The commercialization of seaweeds and seaweeds products in Bicol Region is now underway, said Aida S. Andayog, manager, Regional Fisheries Research and Development Center...

Do salamanders hold the solution to regeneration?

Salamanders’ immune systems are key to their remarkable ability to regrow limbs, and could also underpin their ability to regenerate spinal cords, brain tissue...

Camera that captures the movement of light developed

A camera capable of visualising the movement of light has been unveiled by a team of scientists in the US. The equipment captures images at...

Hybrid grass 'could reduce flooding impact'

This article was first published o BBC News by Mark Kinver A hybrid farmland grass, developed by a team of UK researchers, could help reduce...

Helmets And Mouthguards Don't Prevent Concussions, Doctors Agree

Existing helmets and mouthguards protect athletes' teeth and faces, but not their brains, according to a new international document. That's one of several findings from...

DENGUE CASES NATIONWIDE STILL LOWER THAN LAST YEAR

Dengue Updates today. The Department of Health (DOH) today reported that dengue cases nationwide from January to September 24th of this year continue to decrease,...

Substances in honey increase detoxification gene expression, team finds

Research in the wake of Colony Collapse Disorder, a mysterious malady afflicting (primarily commercial) honey bees, suggests that pests, pathogens and pesticides all play...
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New perspective to fight HIV

This article was first published on MIT news by Anne Trafton With the recent launch of MIT’s Institute for Medical Engineering and Science, MIT News examines...

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Swarming robots could be the servants of the future

Researchers in the Sheffield Centre for Robotics, jointly established by the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University, have been working to program a...

Prostate cancer risk rises in men with inherited genetic condition

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Men with an inherited genetic condition called Lynch syndrome face a higher lifetime risk of developing prostate cancer and appear...

Future computers could rewire themselves

Future microchips may have only one type of component, capable of rewiring itself to do different jobs. Researchers from Northwestern University in the US have...

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