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May 16, 2022

New Approach Allows for Faster Ransomware Detection

The approach detects a broad range of ransomware far more quickly than previous systems. 

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May 10, 2022

Researchers Conduct First Assessment of Metabolites in African Savanna Elephants

The work advances our understanding of the relationship between metabolism and health in these endangered animals. 

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May 4, 2022

Stem Cell-Derived Model Offers Insights on Gene Activity and Addiction

The work also offers a blueprint for related research moving forward. 

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Apr 4, 2022

Helping People with Opioid Addiction Get the Treatment They Need

The project provides a wealth of resources aimed at addressing opioid use disorder in the U.S. 

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Mar 24, 2022

How Do We Know When the Pandemic is Over? And What Will ‘Normal’ Be Like?

And have our experiences with COVID improved our ability to deal with other diseases? 

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Mar 11, 2022

New Tool Allows Unprecedented Modeling of Magnetic Nanoparticles

The advance paves for developing magnetic nanoparticles for applications such as drug delivery and sensor technologies. 

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Feb 2, 2022

What is ‘Bird Flu’? Do I Need to Worry About It?

Why should I care about bird flu? Does it affect humans? 

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Feb 1, 2022

Technique Smooths Path for ‘Federated Learning’ AI Training in Wireless Devices

The technique drastically reduces the size of data transmissions, creating new opportunities for wireless AI training. 

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Jan 25, 2022

New Technique Boosts Efficiency, Sustainability of Large-Scale Perovskite Solar Cells

The technique will reduce the cost and improve the performance of mass-produced perovskite solar cells. 

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Jan 24, 2022

How Easy Is It to Update COVID Vaccines to Tackle New Variants?

How quickly can we modify COVID-19 vaccines to tackle any new variants that arise? 

vials of covid-19 vaccine sit on a counter

Jan 24, 2022

¿Qué tan fácil es actualizar la vacuna contra nuevas variantes del COVID-19?

¿Qué tan rápido podemos modificar la vacuna contra COVID-19 para atacar las nuevas variantes emergentes? 

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Jan 18, 2022

The Future of History: How New Tools Tap Into Diverse Perspectives on the Past

Digital tools and technologies are unlocking new ways of helping us explore and understand our past. 

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Jan 12, 2022

What the COVID-19 Pandemic Has Taught Us About Flu Vaccines

A lot needs to be done if we want to be prepared for a potential influenza pandemic. 

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Jan 4, 2022

Forensic Researchers Call for Proactive Efforts to Address Racism

The call responds to issues of systemic racism highlighted by the BLM movement. 

Dec 15, 2021

Sweat-Powered Wearable Sensors Land NC State Researcher on Newsweek’s Inaugural ‘Greatest Disruptors’ List

Newsweek recognized Amay J. Bandodkar for his work on wearable battery-free sensors and skin-friendly wearable batteries.