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Now, newly published data from USC has shown a stem-cell derived implant designed to improve vision for patients suffering from age-related macular degeneration — one of the most common forms of blindness in adults over 40 — can safely be inserted into the eye and without the need for long-term immunosuppressants.
At USC, researchers are advocating for a new approach to predict the chance of infection from Covid-19: combining anonymized cellphone location data with mobility patterns—broad patterns of how people move from place to place.
Researchers propose a new way to deal with the intermittency of wind and solar energy sources – and store green energy cheaply and efficiently using "information batteries."
Using powerful tools and techniques developed in the field of structural biology, researchers at the University of Washington and Scripps Research have discovered new details about the human immunodeficiency virus, HIV.
A tiny, reusable sensing chip developed at University at Buffalo could lead to new point-of-care medical tests.
The relationship between media use and sleep quality is a complicated union, with multiple factors that can either improve or disrupt a good night’s rest, according to the results of a new study by a University at Buffalo researcher.
Experts at University of Oregon determined it's possible to substantially reduce the number of viral particles in the air inside buildings and controlling ventilation, filtration, and humidity should be prioritized to improve building health and safety.
A team led by University of California, Irvine researchers has developed a framework for standardizing data collection and reporting for wearable activity trackers to remedy data inconsistencies.
As the green crab invasion in the state worsens, a new analysis method developed by University of Washington and Washington Sea Grant scientists could help contain future invasions and prevent new outbreaks using water testing and eDNA analysis.
Researchers found that trees and soils on the outermost edge of forests may have a role in fighting climate change—but the benefits might not last