FRONT PAGES: A BBQ Lighter, Combined With Microneedles And A New Method Of Vaccine Delivery, Sparks Breakthrough In Covid-19 Vaccine Delivery

FRONT PAGES: A BBQ Lighter, Combined With Microneedles And A New Method Of Vaccine Delivery, Sparks Breakthrough In Covid-19 Vaccine Delivery

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News . Newswise — The future of vaccine delivery could be based on everyday items such as BBQ lighters and microneedles thanks to the creativity of Emory University researchers and Georgia Institute of Technology. The researchers, led by Georgia Tech’s School of Chemical and…

FRONT PAGE: Lactoferrin Supplements Could Aid In The Recovery Of COVID19 & Other Respiratory Tract Infections

FRONT PAGE: Lactoferrin Supplements Could Aid In The Recovery Of COVID19 & Other Respiratory Tract Infections

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News Newswise — THE antiviral properties of lactoferrin makes it a great natural supplement that could also be used as an adjunct for COVID-19 and for various other Respiratory Tract Infections (RTIs) according to a team of researchers led by the University of Huddersfield….

FRONT PAGES: A Potential New Treatment For Inflammatory Arthritis

FRONT PAGES: A Potential New Treatment For Inflammatory Arthritis

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News Newsswise — TORONTO — Researchers at the Schroeder Arthritis Institute (UHN), in Toronto have published a paper that suggests new therapies for axial spondyloarthritis. This debilitating and painful form of arthritis affects around 1-2% of Canadians. It causes inflammation in the spine and…

FRONT PAGES: Building A Better Dipstick Test

FRONT PAGES: Building A Better Dipstick Test

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News Newswise — LFAs (or lateral flow assays) have been an established point-of-care platform for decades and continue to grow in popularity, particularly in developing countries. These disposable, paper-based diagnostic devices are affordable, widely available, have a long shelf life, and they’re fast, typically…

FRONT PAGE: AI Tool Pairs Protein Pathways With Clinical Side Effects, Patient Comorbidities To Suggest Targeted Covid-19 Treatments

FRONT PAGE: AI Tool Pairs Protein Pathways With Clinical Side Effects, Patient Comorbidities To Suggest Targeted Covid-19 Treatments

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News Newswise — The symptoms and side effects of Covid-19 are scattered across a diagnostic spectrum. While some patients experience mild symptoms or a mild immune response to the disease, others are more severe and have long-lasting complications or fatal outcomes. Three researchers from…

FRONT PAGES: Hubble Provides An Unprecedented, Early Look At A Doomed Star’s Destruction

FRONT PAGES: Hubble Provides An Unprecedented, Early Look At A Doomed Star’s Destruction

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News Newswise — NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope gave astronomers a comprehensive, unprecedented view of the very first moments of a star’s cataclysmic death. Hubble’s data may provide astronomers with an early warning system about other stars that are on the brink of exploding. This…

FRONT PAGE: To Mask Or Not To Mask: Study Provides Mechanism To Test Materials

FRONT PAGE: To Mask Or Not To Mask: Study Provides Mechanism To Test Materials

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News Newswise — STONY BROOK, NY, October 21, 2021 – In a study that used inorganic, physical and analytical chemistry to mimic respiratory droplets that can carry viruses, researchers demonstrated a mechanism that enables multiple mask materials to be protective. The study results, led…

FRONT PAGE: UC San Diego Physicist Helps Launch National Network Examining Earth’s Planetary Limits

FRONT PAGE: UC San Diego Physicist Helps Launch National Network Examining Earth’s Planetary Limits

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News Newswise — University of California San Diego Physics Professor Tom Murphy is among five authors of an essay, appearing in the November 2021 issue of the journal Energy Research & Social Science, that cautions current levels of worldwide economic growth, energy use and resource consumption will…

FRONT PAGES: Biomarker Research Can Improve Diagnosis And Treatment Of Asthma & COPD

FRONT PAGES: Biomarker Research Can Improve Diagnosis And Treatment Of Asthma & COPD

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News Newswise) Rutgers researchers discovered that patients with asthma and chronic obstructive lung disease (COPD) have a protein in the lungs that entrains a small molecule that enters their bloodstream. This impedes their ability to breathe and causes them to have difficulty breathing. The…

FRONT PAGES: Some Of The Oldest Rubies In The World Are Linked To Early Life

FRONT PAGES: Some Of The Oldest Rubies In The World Are Linked To Early Life

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News . Newswise — Researchers from the University of Waterloo discovered that carbon residue was once part of ancient life and was contained within a 2.5 billion year-old ruby. Chris Yakymchuk from Waterloo’s Earth and Environmental Sciences department set out to investigate the geology…

FRONT PAGES: Linguists Find Music Helps Children Learn Foreign Languages

FRONT PAGES: Linguists Find Music Helps Children Learn Foreign Languages

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News Combining foreign language classes and music makes learning more interesting and fun. It also helps you distinguish speech better. Music is often a good way to learn new words and syntactic forms. RUDN University linguists developed and tested a language program that includes…

FRONT PAGES: Marketing Strategies Can Overcome COVID-19 Vaccination Hesitancy. A Study By The University Of Notre Dame Shows That

FRONT PAGES: Marketing Strategies Can Overcome COVID-19 Vaccination Hesitancy. A Study By The University Of Notre Dame Shows That

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News . “We are all in it together” was a rallying cry in the wake of the COVID -19 epidemic in the United States. However, a large portion of the population still isn’t fully committed to getting vaccinated. While the phrase is focused on…

FRONT PAGES: Mini “mod” Homes Can Help Homeless People – UK Study

FRONT PAGES: Mini “mod” Homes Can Help Homeless People – UK Study

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News . Newswise — A new study has shown that these affordable, modular units, made of factory-built components, help residents to regain their health, relationships, and financial well-being. A University of Cambridge group collaborated with Jimmy’s Cambridge to study the effectiveness of housing long-term…

Front Page: From Space Traffic Awareness To Space Traffic Management

Front Page: From Space Traffic Awareness To Space Traffic Management

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News The term “space traffic management” (STM) inevitably triggers comparisons to air traffic management. It conjures visions of controllers looking at screens and directing spacecraft to maneuver to avoid collisions, much like air traffic controllers do with aircraft. The reality is far different. Defunct…

Front Page: Meet The Winners Of Two ESA Competitions At The IAC 2021

Front Page: Meet The Winners Of Two ESA Competitions At The IAC 2021

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News Agency 20/10/2021 180 views 4 likes Ten start-up companies and SMEs secured the top places in ESA’s 2020 start-up competition and the Agency’s 2021 Global Space Markets Challenge.  They will attend the International Astronautical Congress in Dubai on 25–29 October as part of…

Front Page: Rhea Space Activity To Develop Cislunar Space ‘dashboard’ For U.S. Air Force

Front Page: Rhea Space Activity To Develop Cislunar Space ‘dashboard’ For U.S. Air Force

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News by Sandra Erwin — October 20, 2021 A notional illustration of an Earth-moon “transportation network” for access throughout cislunar space. Credit: Purdue University/Kate Starr RSA physicist Cameo Lance: ‘There are literally infinite amounts of trajectories in cislunar space’ WASHINGTON — The U.S. Air…

FRONT PAGE: Study Finds U.S. Bishops Silent On Moral Issue Of Climate Change

FRONT PAGE: Study Finds U.S. Bishops Silent On Moral Issue Of Climate Change

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News Newswise — According to a new study by professors and an alumna from Creighton University, the vast majority of U.S. Catholic bishops were silent about climate change around Pope Francis’s 2015 ecological encyclical Laudato Si’. This study also revealed that bishops are biased…

FRONT PAGES: A New Approach To Accounting Plastic Anisotropy In The Theoretical Description Of Metal Forming Processes

FRONT PAGES: A New Approach To Accounting Plastic Anisotropy In The Theoretical Description Of Metal Forming Processes

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News RUDN University engineers discovered that the theoretical calculations used to describe the compression and forming of metal workpieces do not account for an important property of materials. Scientists have proposed a new approach that considered the missing property and showed that the final…

FRONT PAGES: Biologists Offer The Best Method To Clean Northern Soils Contaminated By Petroleum Products

FRONT PAGES: Biologists Offer The Best Method To Clean Northern Soils Contaminated By Petroleum Products

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News Biologists have discovered that sorption-biological treatments are the best way to clean northern soils contaminated by petroleum products. In order to do this, activated carbon is added into the soil. These substances bind harmful petroleum hydrocarbons, making them available for microorganisms to decompose….

FRONT PAGES: An Unusual Feature In Kidney Cancer Sheds Light On How Cancers Invade And Spread

FRONT PAGES: An Unusual Feature In Kidney Cancer Sheds Light On How Cancers Invade And Spread

dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News dWeb.News Article from Daniel Webster dWeb.News . Newswise — It is still not clear how cancers spread. When cancer cells invade blood vessels and lymphatic vessels in the body’s alleyways, it begins. It is difficult to study invasion, which is usually a microscopic process. Some tumors can invade blood…