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Newswise: Study Pinpoints Origins of Creativity in the Brain
Released: 15-Jul-2024 9:05 AM EDT
Study Pinpoints Origins of Creativity in the Brain
University of Utah Health

The new results could ultimately help lead to interventions that help spark creative thought or aid people who have mental illnesses that disrupt these regions of the brain.

   
Newswise: Dr. Vlad Hruby Awarded 2024 Stuhlinger Medal in Electric Propulsion
Released: 15-Jul-2024 9:05 AM EDT
Dr. Vlad Hruby Awarded 2024 Stuhlinger Medal in Electric Propulsion
Busek Co. Inc.

Highest Honor Bestowed to Busek's Founder for Contributions to the Field of Electric Propulsion in Space

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Released: 15-Jul-2024 9:05 AM EDT
Loss of Oxygen in Lakes and Oceans a Major Threat to Ecosystems, Society, and Planet
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI)

Oxygen is a fundamental requirement of life, and the loss of oxygen in water, referred to as aquatic deoxygenation, is a threat to life at all levels. In fact, in research recently published in Nature Ecology and Evolution, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute鈥檚 Associate Professor Kevin Rose, Ph.D. and his collaborators describe how ongoing deoxygenation presents a major threat to the stability of the planet as a whole.

Newswise: Caught in the Actinium
12-Jul-2024 6:05 PM EDT
Caught in the Actinium
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Researchers grew crystals containing actinium and illuminated them with X-rays to learn how the radioactive metal binds with other elements. That information could help design better cancer treatments.

   
Newswise: Localization of anion exchange membrane water electrolysis is a step forward!
Released: 15-Jul-2024 12:00 AM EDT
Localization of anion exchange membrane water electrolysis is a step forward!
National Research Council of Science and Technology

A research team led by Dr. Sung Mook Choi of the Korea Institute of Materials Science(KIMS) has developed a one-step electrode fabrication process for the first time in South Korea.

Newswise: Atomically controlled MXenes enable cost-effective green hydrogen production
Released: 15-Jul-2024 12:00 AM EDT
Atomically controlled MXenes enable cost-effective green hydrogen production
National Research Council of Science and Technology

A research team led by Dr. Albert Sung Soo Lee at Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) with collaboration with Professor Chong Min Koo鈥檚 group at Sungkyunkwan University has developed an oxidatively stable molybdenum-based MXene as electrocatalyst support in anion exchange membrane water electrolyzers.

Released: 12-Jul-2024 9:05 PM EDT
Empowering Families in Detroit: Heights 3 Laundry and LaundryCares Foundation Host Free Laundry and Literacy Day
LaundryCares Foundation

The LaundryCares Foundation in partnership with Heights 3 Laundry and US Ventures is excited to announce a collaborative initiative to address the early literacy gap in the Detroit community.

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Released: 12-Jul-2024 9:05 PM EDT
How Can Leadership Reduce Burnout? Key Insights on Two New Studies of Essential Medical Workers
University of Michigan Ross School of Business

In her research, Amy Young, professor of teaching in business communications, explores the link between employee burnout and leadership. In two new papers, Young and her colleagues explore how improvements in leadership communication can remedy some of the challenges currently facing the healthcare industry, such as staffing shortages, burnout, and turnover.

Newswise: New ACG Clinical Guideline on Focal Liver Lesions and More in the July Issue of AJG
Released: 12-Jul-2024 2:05 PM EDT
New ACG Clinical Guideline on Focal Liver Lesions and More in the July Issue of AJG
American College of Gastroenterology (ACG)

The July issue of The American Journal of Gastroenterology includes an updated clinical guideline on focal liver lesions, which are increasingly common findings in abdominal imaging.

Newswise: Brain inflammation triggers muscle weakness after infections
9-Jul-2024 4:05 PM EDT
Brain inflammation triggers muscle weakness after infections
Washington University in St. Louis

Research from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis reveals how brain inflammation triggers extreme muscle weakness across several diseases, including viral infection, bacterial infection and Alzheimer鈥檚 disease. The study, in fruit flies and mice, also identified ways to block this process, which could have implications for treating or preventing the muscle wasting sometimes associated with inflammatory diseases, including bacterial infections, Alzheimer鈥檚 disease and long COVID.


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