Robotic ammonites recreate movements of ancient animals: results confirm that there is no single optimal shell shape for marine animals

Researchers design new inks for 3D-printable wearable bioelectronics: potential uses include printing electronic tattoos for medical tracking applications

Flexible electronics has enabled the design of sensors, actuators, microfluidics, and electronics on flexible, conformable, and/or stretchable sublayers for wearable, implantable, or ingestible applications. However, these devices have very different mechanical and biological properties compared to human tissues and therefore cannot be integrated into the human body. A team of researchers from Texas A&M University …

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How does the autophagic pathway regulate low nitrogen tolerance in tomato?

How does the autophagic pathway regulate low nitrogen tolerance in tomato?

Overexpression of ATG6 increases LN tolerance. Credit: Nanjing Agricultural University Academy of Sciences Nitrogen (N) deficiency primarily affects plants’ N uptake and assimilation systems. Nitrate, the main source of plant nitrogen, is absorbed and transported by nitrate transporters. Nitrate can be metabolized directly in the roots after absorption and stored in the vacuole, but most …

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What parents need to know about monkeypox and school this fall

August 18, 2022 – Should parents of young schoolchildren be worried about monkeypox? So far, at least nine children in the United States have tested positive for monkeypox. Currently, the American Academy of Pediatrics says the risk of children being infected with the virus is low. Still, “children and teens are more likely to be …

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Off-label use of HAE treatments common, but could be costly: study...

Off-label use of HAE treatments common, but could be costly: study…

Off-label prescription of certain drugs indicated for hereditary angioedema (HAE) with C1 deficiency to people with other types of angioedema is common, found a team of French researchers. Less than 20% of prescriptions for these drugs, namely Berinert, Cinryze, Ruconest (conestat alfa) and Firazyr (icatibant), were for HAE patients with C1 deficiency in the team’s …

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Alpinista resists Tuesday and La Petite Coco to win Yorkshire Oaks for Luke Morris

‘We can dream of Paris now’ – Arc prospect Alpinista wins fifth Group 1 | Horse racing news

Edward Whitaker (@racingpost.com/photos) ” title=”Alpinista resists Tuesday and La Petite Coco to win Yorkshire Oaks for Luke Morris” class=”js-imageLoader” data-at-xn=”https://www.rp-assets.com/images/news/ 2022/08/18/114401-medium.jpeg” data-br-n=”https://brendmlm.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/We-can-dream-of-Paris-now-Arc-prospect-Alpinista.jpeg” data-br -m=”https://www.rp-assets.com/images/news/2022/08/18/114401-large.jpeg” data-br-w=”https://www.rp-assets. com/images/news/2022/08/18/114401-large.jpeg” data-br-xw=”https://www.rp-assets.com/images/news/2022/08/18/114401-large .jpeg” onclick=”return false;”> Alpinista resists Tuesday and La Petite Coco to win Yorkshire Oaks for Luke Morris Edward Whitaker (@racingpost.com/photos) By David Carr UPDATED AT 5:52 PM, AUGUST …

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An asteroid impact crater under the North Atlantic Ocean - and the disappearance of the dinosaurs - Astrobiology

An asteroid impact crater under the North Atlantic Ocean – and the disappearance of the dinosaurs – Astrobiology

Nadir crater Heriot Watt University Scientists have found evidence of an asteroid impact crater beneath the North Atlantic Ocean. The 8.5 km wide crater is buried 300-400 m below the seabed 400 km off the coast of Guinea, West Africa. The team believe the crater was caused by a 400m-wide asteroid colliding with Earth around …

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