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Acne sufferers, take heart. Scientists from the University of California, San Diego are now in the process of developing what could – eventually – be a vaccine for the skin disease. Not only may it drastically reduce inflammation, but it's also unlikely to have the side effects of currently-used medications... Continue Reading Potential acne vaccine goes after bacterial toxins Category: M
As if cancer wasn't scary enough already, it turns out the cells have video game-style boss versions that are bigger, more resilient and can travel further. These so-called "giant" cancer cells contribute to many of the disease's most dangerous abilities, but they remain relatively unstudied. Now, researchers from Brown University have investigated these troublemakers, revealing some physi
designed in two stages, the 70 sq.m house sits in the middle of 730 sq.m lot, leaving enough space for future growth. The post 70 sq.m argentinian residence by bernardo rosello is built with potential to grow appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

A new study from Stanford University has successfully shown how diet can be used to help propagate a specific species of gut bacteria. The research is an early step towards a future of precision medicine that can modulate the gut microbiome to help treat a variety of diseases and improve overall health... Continue Reading Seaweed diet reveals potential for precision manipulation of gut bac
In this GDC 2015 session, Choice of Games' Heather Albano provides some examples of important interactive fiction games released over the last few years. ...
In this GDC 2013 session, veteran game designer Warren Spector goes over his personal view of the unique role narratives play in interactive entertainment. ...
EXTENTS' tintypes have been produced within an enormous occupiable camera named the conditions room, a fully-functional sliding-box camera with a variable focal length. The post EXTENTS’ ‘image matters’ explores potential role of architecture in modern image culture appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
curated by maria cristina didero during milan design week 2018, the exhibit surveys work realized in compliance with the rules of a specific ethical position.The post erez nevi pana explores the potential of vegan design in milan exhibition appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
A research team at the University of Warwick claims to have developed blood and urine tests that can effectively indicate autism in children. The study, using complex machine learning algorithms designed to identify differences in blood and urine between autism spectrum disorder (ASD) subjects and healthy children, suggests a variety of new biomarkers that could be related to the condition... is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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