• Robots Track Moving Objects With Unprecedented Precision

    Share Now1sharesFacebook1TwitterGoogle+Pinterest0Robots Track Moving Objects With Unprecedented Precision By: Rob Matheson | MIT News Office  A novel system developed at MIT uses RFID tags to help robots home in on moving objects with unprecedented speed and accuracy. The system could enable greater collaboration and precision by robots working on packaging [..]

  • What is Quantum Computing?

    Share Now7sharesFacebook7TwitterGoogle+Pinterest0What is Quantum Computing? By: Aysha Naurein Computers have today become so common that it would be difficult for us to think of a life devoid of them. It helps us do a lot of work simultaneously, quickly, effectively and has made life a lot easier. There are better [..]

  • Writing High-Quality Publications; a textbook from 30 years of medical writing experience

    Share Now13sharesFacebook13TwitterGoogle+Pinterest0Writing High-Quality Publications; a textbook from 30 years of medical writing experience  By: Vijay Soni, Ph.D. | Founder Scipreneur Did you know that nearly 3 million scientific papers are written each year? Yet studies suggest that most trials registered on Clinicaltrials.gov are not published in peer-reviewed journals within 2.5 [..]

  • Scientists Discover New Quantum Spin Liquid

    Share Now4sharesFacebook4TwitterGoogle+Pinterest0Scientists Discover New Quantum Spin Liquid By: University of Liverpool| NEWS An international research team led by the University of Liverpool and McMaster University has made a significant breakthrough in the search for new states of matter. In a study published in the journal Nature Physics, researchers show that the perovskite-related metal oxide, [..]

  • AI, the Law, and Our Future

    Share Now3sharesFacebook3TwitterGoogle+Pinterest0AI, the Law, and Our Future By: Peter Dizikes | MIT News Office Scientists and policymakers converged at MIT on Tuesday to discuss one of the hardest problems in artificial intelligence: How to govern it. The first MIT AI Policy Congress featured seven panel discussions sprawling across a variety [..]

  • MIT Researchers Identifies Electricity-Producing Bacteria

    Share Now76sharesFacebook76TwitterGoogle+Pinterest0MIT Researchers Identifies Electricity-Producing Bacteria By: Jennifer Chu | MIT News Office Living in extreme conditions requires creative adaptations. For certain species of bacteria that exist in oxygen-deprived environments, this means finding a way to breathe that doesn’t involve oxygen. These hardy microbes, which can be found deep within [..]

  • Collision 2019, Toronto | 1 Ticket For Many Conferences

    Share Now5sharesFacebook5TwitterGoogle+Pinterest0Collision 2019, Toronto 1 Ticket = Access to many conferences Conferences at Collision Collision is not a singular conference, but one that is home to many independent conferences. Each features its own stage, schedule, exhibition area, workshops, evening networking events and more. Thousands of digital marketers will fly from [..]

  • New materials could ‘drive wound healing’ by harnessing natural healing methods

    Share Now17sharesFacebook17TwitterGoogle+Pinterest0New materials could ‘drive wound healing’ by harnessing natural healing methods By: Imperial College London Materials are widely used to help heal wounds: Collagen sponges help treat burns and pressure sores, and scaffold-like implants are used to repair bones. However, the process of tissue repair changes over time, so scientists [..]

  • Future Technology for Contactless Procedures

    Share Now4sharesFacebook4TwitterGoogle+Pinterest0Future Technology for Contactless Procedures By: University of Bristol News Surgeons won’t be shrunk and sent into the body like in the 1960s Sci-Fi, Fantastic Voyage, but could program a specialized array of mini-speakers to create an intricate sound field that ‘traps’ and manipulates selected objects in ‘acoustic tweezers’ [..]

  • New Drug Combination Could be More Effective Against Melanoma

    Share Now8sharesFacebook8TwitterGoogle+Pinterest0New Drug Combination Could be More Effective Against Melanoma By: Anne Trafton | MIT News Office A class of cancer drugs called protein kinase inhibitors is one of the most effective treatments for melanoma. However, in many cases, tumors eventually become resistant to the drugs and cause a relapse in [..]

  • FDA Approved Firdapse® :First  Treatment of Lambert-Eaton Myasthenic Syndrome (LEMS)

    Share Now2sharesFacebook2TwitterGoogle+Pinterest0FDA Approved Firdapse® :First  Treatment of Lambert-Eaton Myasthenic Syndrome (LEMS) By: Catalyst Pharmaceuticals, Inc. NEWS Catalyst Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Catalyst) (Nasdaq: CPRX), a biopharmaceutical company focused on developing and commercializing innovative therapies for people with rare debilitating, chronic neuromuscular and neurological diseases, announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved [..]

  • Novartis announces landmark EU approval for one-time gene therapy Luxturna® to restore vision in people with rare inherited retinal disease

    Share Now2sharesFacebook2TwitterGoogle+Pinterest0Novartis announces landmark EU approval for one-time gene therapy Luxturna® to restore vision in people with rare inherited retinal disease By: Novartis News Novartis announced today that the European Commission (EC) approved Luxturna, a one-time gene therapy for the treatment of patients with vision loss due to a genetic mutation in [..]