Researchers observe higher HOx with self-developed instrument – BIOENGINEER.ORG

The local ozone generation was greatly underestimated with current research carried out by Prof. XIE Pinhua from Hefei Institutes of Physical Science (HFIPS), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). The local ozone generation was greatly underestimated with current research carried out by Prof. XIE Pinhua from Hefei Institutes of Physical Science (HFIPS), Chinese Academy of Sciences … Read more

How to cook sweet potatoes without increasing blood sugar

Credit: CC0 Public Domain. Sweet potatoes, not potatoes. They are naturally sweet roots in the morning glory family. Even when the Native American came to America in 1492, these veggies grew in Peru as early as 750 BC Sweet potatoes are rich in antioxidant called beta carotene, which is very effective at raising blood levels … Read more

Leafy greens first dished up 3,500 years ago – BIOENGINEER.ORG

FRANKFURT. Over 450 prehistoric pots were examined, 66 of which contained traces of lipids, that is, insoluble substances in water. On behalf of the Nok research team at Goethe University, chemists from the University of Bristol extracted lipid profiles, aiming to reveal which plants were used. The results are now published in “Archaeological and Anthropological … Read more

James Webb Space Telescope Team Looks Back on Successful Deployments

Credit: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center Conceptual Image Lab The big news for Webb this week was the final insertion into orbit around the second Lagrange point. The team also turned on the High-Gain Antenna, enabling downlink to Earth through the Deep Space Network using the Ka radio band. The Ka-band provides a much higher … Read more

The first Vulcan rocket will launch ashes of Star Trek actors into space this year

The Vulcan Centaur rocket launch will, logically, host the ashes and DNA of “Star Trek” fans and actors – including some people involved in the franchise. From United Launch Alliance prepares to launch Vulcan to replace some older standbys in its fleet, the first flight will call back to the more famous planet of Vulcan … Read more

Gas stove leaks common in US households

Danielle Renwick is the editor of Nexus Media News, where she oversees news feature articles, journalism projects, and media partnerships. This story originally appeared on Nexus Media News, a not-for-profit climate change news service. If you have a gas stove, there’s a good chance it’s leaking at the moment. A new report out of Stanford … Read more

NYU Tandon cybersecurity expert wins NSF CAREER Award for improving software vulnerability testing & education – BIOENGINEER.ORG

BROOKLYN, New York, Thursday, January 27 2022 —The National Science Foundation (NSF) has selected the NYU Tandon School of Engineering researcher who is developing better ways to assess vulnerability discovery tools and the most promising young academics. BROOKLYN, New York, Thursday, January 27 2022 —The National Science Foundation (NSF) has selected the NYU Tandon School … Read more

7 signs you are emotionally unavailable (detached)

Credit: CC0 Public Domain. Do you find yourself closed off to others and can easily avoid them or any situation that invokes an emotional response? Emotional detachment refers to one’s inability to connect with another emotionally or avoiding doing so. The emotionally unavailable person who has persistent difficulty expressing or handling emotions, or getting emotionally … Read more

Revolutionary Carbon-Based Magnetic Material Finally Synthesized After 70 Years

Researchers from Osaka University and Osaka City University synthesize and crystallize a molecule that is otherwise too unstable to fully study in the laboratory, and is a model of a revolutionary class of magnets. Since the first reported production in 2004, researchers have been hard at work using graphene and similar carbon-based materials to revolutionize … Read more