Posts Tagged ‘fromspc’

Determinants of telomere length across human tissues | Science

September 27, 2020

https://science.sciencemag.org/content/369/6509/eaaz6876.full Nice relationship to aging; related to Me analysis

How atomic bomb survivors have transformed our understanding of radiation’s impacts | Science | AAAS

September 20, 2020

think of the dentist’s chair

How atomic bomb survivors have transformed our understanding of radiation’s impacts | Science | AAAS

https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2020/07/how-atomic-bomb-survivors-have-transformed-our-understanding-radiation-s-impacts

Reducing transmission of SARS-CoV-2 | Science

August 9, 2020

Illuminating article by @kprather88
https://science.ScienceMag.org/content/368/6498/1422… Has a worrisome conclusion: #SARSCoV2 can be spread as an aerosol by asymptomatic individuals. The virus behaves a bit like 2nd-hand smoke. (Discussed in @ScienceMagazine podcast by @boron110.)

Perhaps being in public w/o a mask will eventually be treated like public smokers.

Reducing transmission of SARS-CoV-2 | Science

https://science.sciencemag.org/content/368/6498/1422

Barcoded microbial system for high-resolution object provenance | Science

June 27, 2020

https://science.sciencemag.org/content/368/6495/1135

Interesting paper. Wonder whether this technology could readily track people and thus has #privacy implications…

Barcoded microbial system for high-resolution object provenance

Jason Qian1,2,3,*,
Zhi-xiang Lu1,2,*,
Christopher P. Mancuso4,*, Han-Ying Jhuang1,*,
Rocío del Carmen Barajas-Ornelas5,*,
Sarah A. Boswell1,2,*,
Fernando H. Ramírez-Guadiana5, Victoria Jones1,6,†, Akhila Sonti4,
Kole Sedlack4,‡,
Lior Artzi5,
Giyoung Jung7,
Mohammad Arammash1,
Mary E. Pettit1, Michael Melfi1, Lorena Lyon1,
Siân V. Owen6,
Michael Baym2,6,
Ahmad S. Khalil4,8,
Pamela A. Silver1,8, David Z. Rudner5,
Michael Springer1,2,§

Science 05 Jun 2020:
Vol. 368, Issue 6495, pp. 1135-1140
DOI: 10.1126/science.aba5584

A fridge made from a rubber band? Twisted elastic fibers could cool your food | Science | AAAS

May 30, 2020

https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2019/10/fridge-made-rubber-band-twisted-elastic-fibers-could-cool-your-food

twist to heat, untwist to cool

A radiative cooling structural material | Science

April 19, 2020

QT:{{”

A stronger, cooler wood

One good way to reduce the amount of cooling a building needs is to make sure it reflects away infrared radiation. Passive radiative cooling materials are engineered to do this extremely well. Li et al. engineered a wood through delignification and re-pressing to create a mechanically strong material that also cools passively. They modeled the cooling savings of their wood for 16 different U.S. cities, which suggested savings between 20 and 50%. Cooling wood would be of particular value in hot and dry climates.
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interesting material for anti-insulation

https://science.sciencemag.org/content/364/6442/760.full
https://science.sciencemag.org/content/364/6442/760.editor-summary

A fridge made from a rubber band? Twisted elastic fibers could cool your food | Science | AAAS

April 17, 2020

https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2019/10/fridge-made-rubber-band-twisted-elastic-fibers-could-cool-your-food

Race to find COVID-19 treatments accelerates | Science

April 17, 2020

https://science.sciencemag.org/content/367/6485/1412

Dissecting racial bias in an algorithm used to manage the health of populations | Science

April 17, 2020

https://science.sciencemag.org/content/366/6464/447.full

data access issues

Gloss Finish Blue Relief Map World Globe with Latitude & Longitude Lines

April 15, 2020

https://www.movaglobes.com/relief-map-blue-gloss-finish/