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Noticias de Innovación y Economía

Cell’s skeleton is never still

New computer models that show how microtubules age are the first to match experimental results and help explain the dynamic processes behind an essential component of every living cell, according …

masinformacion (24/11/2014)

Terahertz device could strengthen security

We are all familiar with the hassles that accompany air travel. We shuffle through long lines, remove our shoes, and carry liquids in regulation-sized tubes. And even after all the …

masinformacion (24/11/2014)

Nanoparticles infiltrate, kill cancer cells from within

Conventional treatment seeks to eradicate cancer cells by drugs and therapy delivered from outside the cell, which may also affect (and potentially harm) nearby normal cells. about Nanoparticles infiltrate, kill …

masinformacion (24/11/2014)

Scientists do glass a solid

How does glass transition from a liquid to its familiar solid state? How does this common material transport heat and sound? And what microscopic changes occur when a glass gains …

masinformacion (24/11/2014)

SIMS Surface Analyzers

Secondary ion mass spectrometry (SIMS) is a versatile, highly selective technique for compositional analysis of surfaces from the atomic level through to depths of 100s of nanometers. about SIMS Surface …

masinformacion (24/11/2014)

ULT Rack for Tissue Storage Tubes

Micronic has introduced a new ultra-low-temperature (ULT) rack for tissue tube storage. Precision manufactured in a Class 7 cleanroom production facility, the Micronic 24-2 rack accommodates 24 3-mL tissue storage …

masinformacion (24/11/2014)

Bee brains offer insights into how human memories form

Univ. of Queensland scientists have discovered that genes switch off as memories are being formed, allowing for new connections between nerve cells. The discovery could eventually lead to a key …

masinformacion (24/11/2014)

Life’s extremists may be an untapped source of antibacterial drugs

One of the most mysterious forms of life may turn out to be a rich and untapped source of antibacterial drugs. about Life’s extremists may be an untapped source of …

masinformacion (24/11/2014)

Researchers study impact of power prosthetic failures on amputees

Powered lower limb prosthetics hold promise for improving the mobility of amputees, but errors in the technology may also cause some users to stumble or fall. New research examines exactly …

masinformacion (24/11/2014)

Robotics meet x-ray laser in cutting-edge biology studies

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Advancements in battery technology shaping the future of electronic vehicles

Scientists at the Canadian Light Source are on the forefront of battery technology using cheaper materials with higher energy and better recharging rates that make them ideal for electric vehicles …

masinformacion (21/11/2014)

How mutant gene causes deafness

Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have discovered how one gene is essential to hearing, uncovering a cause of deafness and suggesting new avenues for therapies. The new study, …

masinformacion (21/11/2014)

Salinity matters when it comes to sea level changes

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What agricultural ecosystems on steroids are doing to the air

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2-D quantum materials for nanoelectronics

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Technique allows ultrasound to penetrate bone, metal

Researchers from North Carolina State Univ. have developed a technique that allows ultrasound to penetrate bone or metal, using customized structures that offset the distortion usually caused by these so-called …

masinformacion (21/11/2014)

Quantum mechanical calculations reveal the hidden states of enzyme active sites

Enzymes carry out fundamental biological processes such as photosynthesis, nitrogen fixation and respiration, with the help of clusters of metal atoms as “active” sites. But scientists lack basic information about …

masinformacion (21/11/2014)

Biomarker could provide early warning of kidney disease in cats

Researchers from Oregon State Univ. and other institutions have developed a new biomarker called “SDMA” that can provide earlier identification of chronic kidney disease in cats, which is one of …

masinformacion (21/11/2014)

Collaboration points to improved nanomaterials

A potential path to identify imperfections and improve the quality of nanomaterials for use in next-generation solar cells has emerged from a collaboration of Univ. of Oregon (UO) and industry …

masinformacion (21/11/2014)

Deep-Earth carbon offers clues about origin of life

New findings by a Johns Hopkins Univ.-led team reveal long unknown details about carbon deep beneath the Earth’s surface and suggest ways this subterranean carbon might have influenced the history …

masinformacion (21/11/2014)

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