Impact of changing climate on Andean glaciers

image: Researchers and drilling operators worked around the clock for seven weeks, drilling 100 meters into Lake Junin, high in the Peruvian Andes. Working in two 12-hour shifts, scientists collected the data to help them create a record of glacial changes that stretches back nearly 1 million years. view sea Credit: Charlie Casey Glaciers in … Read more

Impact of changing climate on Andean glaciers in sync with polar ice — ScienceDaily

Glaciers in tropical mountain ranges are experiencing similar impact from the drivers of climate change as those in the polar regions of Antarctica and the Northern Hemisphere, according to a study published today in Nature. The paper by a team of international scientists, including Robert Hatfield, an assistant professor in the University of Florida Department … Read more

New “Game Changing” Method Exposes Cancer Vulnerabilities

By University of Copenhagen – The Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences June 27, 2022 Deep Visual Proteomics concept and workflow Clockwise: Deep Visual Proteomics (DVP) combines high-resolution imaging, artificial intelligence (AI) -guided image analysis for single-cell classification and isolation with a novel ultra-sensitive proteomics workflow. DVP links data-rich imaging of cell culture or archived … Read more

The Evolution of Data Science and Its Changing Role Evident at ODSC

The recent ODSC conference highlighted changes in data science in the last few years including the move to cloud, the need to support increasingly sophisticated workflows, and more attention on security. RTInsights recently had the opportunity to speak with Sheamus McGovern, Founder and CEO of the Open Data Science Conference (ODSC). ODSC is one of … Read more

Ancient ‘Swiss Army Knives’ Suggest Early Humans Were Social Across Long Distances

Humans are the only species to live in every environmental niche in the world – from the ice sheets to the deserts, rainforests to savannahs. As individuals we are rather puny, but when we are socially connected, we are the most dominant species on the planet. New evidence from stone tools in southern Africa shows … Read more

3 Innovations Changing Healthcare, Construction, And Life Science R&D

The formula for innovating does not look hard. First, find a friction point. Next, make it go away. If only it were that simple. Trying to reimagine ways to solve common pain points and bridge gaps takes imaginative thinking. It also takes a willingness to invest time, brainpower, and money into reinvention. Those can be … Read more

Morrisville life science firm Heat Biologics is changing name to NightHawk Biosciences

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK – Heat Biologics has hit upon a new name that it says is a better reflection of its recent growth and evolution as a company. The Morrisville-based clinical stage biopharmaceutical business will become NightHawk Biosciences (NYSE American: NHWK) May 3. It specializes in disease-fighting therapies that activate patients’ immune systems against cancer … Read more

Satellos Bioscience Inc. to Present Game Changing Science at Upcoming European Molecular Biology Organization Workshop

Ryan Mitchell, PhD and Director of Business Development to highlight advancements with Satellos’ novel muscle regeneration technology on April 25-26 in Gouvieux, France Toronto, Ontario – (Newsfile Corp. – April 21, 2022) – Satellos Bioscience Inc. (TSXV: MSCL) (“Satellos“or the”Corporation“), a regenerative medicine company aimed at developing therapeutics that change the way degenerative muscle diseases … Read more

Changing the conversation about science through citizen communicators

Credit: Unsplash / CC0 Public Domain Initiatives to help citizen science projects communicate about their results are paving the way for ordinary people to take the lead as effective and trustworthy science communicators. While citizen science is blossoming, partly as a result of social media, so too are the channels we use to communicate. In … Read more

Changing Vegetation a Key Driver of Global Temperatures Over Last 10,000 Years

By Washington University in St. Louis April 16, 2022 Follow the pollen. Records from past plant life tell the real story of global temperatures, according to research from a climate scientist at Washington University in St. Louis. Warmer temperatures brought plants – and then came even warmer temperatures, according to new model simulations published in … Read more