Tag: University of California

apexigen

Apexigen Recruits Former Bristol-Myers Squibb Director

This article details breaking news about Frances Rena Bahjat, formerly of Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS). Immuno-oncology firm Apexigen released a statement announcing her transition into their company in a new research and discovery role. Apexigen, the biopharmaceutical company,...
Bacteria Have Memory That it Passes From one cell Generation to Another

Bacteria Have “Memory” That Passes From one Cell Generation to Another

A new study reveals that a particular form of bacteria can pass sensory knowledge from one cell generation to another. Researchers from the University of California, Los Angeles recently discovered that some bacteria have "memory". This...
nanoribbons

A New Graphene Production Method for Smaller Semiconductors

Revealing a new production process, scientists at UCLA have used light and heat to synthesize graphene nanoribbons. Graphene, a two-dimensional material composed of a single layer of carbon atoms, has very promising properties for electronics....
Health Effects of Sucrose Withheld by Sugar Industry 50 Years Ago

Health Effects of Sucrose Withheld by Sugar Industry 50 Years Ago

The Sugar Industry is now being accused of withholding valuable information about the potential negative health effects of sucrose to humans. The sugar industry is now in hot waters after a new study exposed its...
CancerLocator

How Non-invasive CancerLocator Finds Tumors

A breakthrough in the fight against cancer has just been made. Researchers developed a simple, computer-driven blood test that can detect and localize localization cancer much earlier, even before the onset of symptoms. The International...
Light Absorption

New, Flexible Light Absorption Material Improves Stealth and Energy Technologies

Engineers at the University of California San Diego have created a thin, flexible material which absorbs light perfectly from any angle. This new broadband absorber can also be customized to absorb light selectively according...
time crystals

Time Crystals are the Newest Form of Matter

Scientists have created a non-equilibrium material that they call a 'Time Crystal.' The idea baffles the mind, but the science is solid. What does the introduction of this new form of matter mean for...
skin regeneration

Researchers Find That Fat Aids in Scar-free Skin Regeneration

Whether due to falls, sports injuries, accidents or surgical procedures, few are those of us who don’t bear scars. Previously thought impossible, researchers now discovered a way to make wounds heal without scars. Scientists at...
heuristics

What Heuristics Study in Adolescents Means for Machine Learning

For AI, the “training” technique, in part, seeks to expand the knowledge base artificial intelligence to produce more accurate results in machine learning decision making. A recent heuristics study in humans, however, showed that adolescents...
belief systems

Challenging People’s Belief Systems Impacts Deep Learning

New research suggests that changing a particular belief can affect one's assurance in other firmly held beliefs. As we learn more about the human model for learning, how will that affect the way we...