Friday, June 9, 2023

Vidya Nagalwade

Vidya is a science writer at Tech Explorist. She has expertise in both authoring science content and social media marketing. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Electronics and Telecommunications and believes in lifelong learning. She loves spending time with her family and loved ones in her spare time.
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Researchers are developing an innovative strategy to fight obesity

Ex vivo gene therapy to fight obesity and diabetes in mice.

Pan-cancer T cell atlas reveals tumor microenvironment

A new T cell state linked to immunotherapy resistance.

The low-flavanol diet causes age-related memory loss

Low flavanol intake can lead to age-related memory loss.

Developing Treatment Options for Genetic Hearing Loss

Zheng-Yi Chen develops gene therapies for hearing loss.

Nature-inspired compounds break down cancer gene’s RNA

Nature-inspired compounds can be used to target cancer genes' RNA.

Vitamin D deficiency affects dopaminergic neuron differentiation in schizophrenia

Vitamin D deficiency affects developing neurons in schizophrenia by using new technology.

New method of harvesting artificial light using organic nanotubes

Organic nanotubes provide artificial light-harvesting for solar cells.

Measurements of hypernuclei flow at RHIC

Particle collisions provide insight into neutron stars' properties.

River erosion can have a significant impact on fish evolution

Biodiversity hotspots in tectonically quiet regions.

Nanoparticles can be used to create fire-ice structures

Engineers could use the structure to manipulate light in new ways.

Plants remove cancer-causing toxins from the air

Indoor plants and green walls help purify air quickly and sustainably.

Where do our limbs originate?

Christian Mosimann & other scientists are developing a new theory on limb development.