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Engineering team invents novel Direct Thermal Charging Cell for Converting low-grade waste heat to usable electricity. This technology taps into the massive potential of recycling low-grade heat as an energy source that can be used all over the world and help reduce overall industrial emissions via /r/science


Engineering team invents novel Direct Thermal Charging Cell for Converting low-grade waste heat to usable electricity. This technology taps into the massive potential of recycling low-grade heat as an energy source that can be used all over the world and help reduce overall industrial emissions
https://www.hku.hk/press/press-releases/detail/20140.html

Submitted January 13, 2020 at 04:51AM by Wagamaga
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Some parents have noticed that their autistic children’s behavioral symptoms diminished after a fever. A new study from MIT and Harvard in mice found that an immune molecule sometimes produced during infection suppresses a small region of the brain’s cortex linked to social behavioral deficits. via /r/science


Some parents have noticed that their autistic children’s behavioral symptoms diminished after a fever. A new study from MIT and Harvard in mice found that an immune molecule sometimes produced during infection suppresses a small region of the brain’s cortex linked to social behavioral deficits.
http://news.mit.edu/2019/explain-infections-fever-reduce-autism-1218

Submitted December 20, 2019 at 04:45AM by mvea
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Eating hot peppers at least four times per week was linked to 23% reduction all-cause mortality risk (n=22,811). This study fits with others in China (n= 487,375) and the US (n=16,179) showing that capsaicin, the component in peppers that makes them hot, may reduce risk of death. via /r/science


Eating hot peppers at least four times per week was linked to 23% reduction all-cause mortality risk (n=22,811). This study fits with others in China (n= 487,375) and the US (n=16,179) showing that capsaicin, the component in peppers that makes them hot, may reduce risk of death.
https://www.inverse.com/article/61745-spicy-food-chili-pepper-health

Submitted December 16, 2019 at 02:11PM by CyborgTomHanks
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The ability to live in the moment and accept your emotions, when combined with expressing your feelings through words and touch, can serve to get you through stressful times that can test the quality of your relationship, finds a new study (n=281) exploring mindfulness and relationship quality. via /r/science


The ability to live in the moment and accept your emotions, when combined with expressing your feelings through words and touch, can serve to get you through stressful times that can test the quality of your relationship, finds a new study (n=281) exploring mindfulness and relationship quality.
https://www.psychologytoday.com/au/blog/fulfillment-any-age/201911/personality-trait-may-improve-your-relationships

Submitted November 24, 2019 at 07:17PM by mvea
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Anti-inflammatory agents may reduce symptoms of major depression, suggests a new study (n=1,610), which adds to the mounting evidence that there is a connection between emotional functioning and inflammation, suggesting that inflammation may trigger depression, almost like an allergic reaction. via /r/science


Anti-inflammatory agents may reduce symptoms of major depression, suggests a new study (n=1,610), which adds to the mounting evidence that there is a connection between emotional functioning and inflammation, suggesting that inflammation may trigger depression, almost like an allergic reaction.
https://www.psychologytoday.com/au/blog/expressive-trauma-integration/201911/anti-inflammatories-help-major-depression

Submitted November 12, 2019 at 04:30AM by mvea
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Copper hospital beds may kill bacteria, suggests new study, which found that copper beds in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) harbored an average of 95% fewer bacteria than conventional hospital beds with plastic surfaces, most of which had concentrations of bacteria that exceed levels considered safe. via /r/science


Copper hospital beds may kill bacteria, suggests new study, which found that copper beds in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) harbored an average of 95% fewer bacteria than conventional hospital beds with plastic surfaces, most of which had concentrations of bacteria that exceed levels considered safe.
https://www.asm.org/Press-Releases/2019/November-1/Copper-Hospital-Beds-Kill-Bacteria,-Save-Lives

Submitted November 11, 2019 at 04:16AM by mvea
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Scientists replaced 40 percent of cement with rice husk cinder, limestone crushing waste, and silica sand, giving concrete a rubber-like quality, six to nine times more crack-resistant than regular concrete. It self-seals, replaces cement with plentiful waste products, and should be cheaper to use. via /r/science


Scientists replaced 40 percent of cement with rice husk cinder, limestone crushing waste, and silica sand, giving concrete a rubber-like quality, six to nine times more crack-resistant than regular concrete. It self-seals, replaces cement with plentiful waste products, and should be cheaper to use.
https://newatlas.com/materials/rubbery-crack-resistant-cement/

Submitted November 03, 2019 at 04:46AM by mvea
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New drug forces flu virus into ‘error catastrophe,’ overwhelming it with mutations. It was effective against multiple influenza strains in human airway epithelial cultures, and the viruses did not develop resistance. When ferrets got it 12 hours after infection, they did not develop disease at all. via /r/science


New drug forces flu virus into ‘error catastrophe,’ overwhelming it with mutations. It was effective against multiple influenza strains in human airway epithelial cultures, and the viruses did not develop resistance. When ferrets got it 12 hours after infection, they did not develop disease at all.
https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2019/10/new-drug-forces-flu-virus-error-catastrophe-overwhelming-it-mutations

Submitted October 27, 2019 at 04:59AM by mvea
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Doubting death: how our brains shield us from mortal truth. The brain shields us from existential fear by categorising death as an unfortunate event that only befalls other people.Being shielded from thoughts of our future death could be crucial for us to live in the present. via /r/science


Doubting death: how our brains shield us from mortal truth. The brain shields us from existential fear by categorising death as an unfortunate event that only befalls other people.Being shielded from thoughts of our future death could be crucial for us to live in the present.
https://www.theguardian.com/science/2019/oct/19/doubting-death-how-our-brains-shield-us-from-mortal-truth

Submitted October 20, 2019 at 10:18AM by Wagamaga
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