Where Did That Designer Get That Idea?

LONDON — A few weeks before her London Fashion Week show, scheduled for Sunday, the prizewinning fashion designer Grace Wales Bonner was wandering around a show of a different kind at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery here. Titled “A Time for New Dreams,” it was full of photographs, sculpture, sound, film and even a shrine-like meditation…

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Modern Love: She Slipped Past My Age Filter

I was 67 and waiting for the judge to decree the end of my 35-year marriage. To the world, by which I mean the world of women, it seemed that the intervening decades had made me all but invisible. In my mind, women did not merely walk past me but through me, as if I…

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Modern Love: Modern Love College Essay Contest

We’re looking for a few new voices. Maybe yours? The New York Times is inviting college students nationwide to write an essay that tells the plain truth about what love and relationships are like for them today. In previous contests, which attracted thousands of entries from students at hundreds of colleges and universities, the winning…

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Spare 10 minutes to make science leap forward

IMAGE: Mark Basham, project coordinator for the citizen science project demonstrates how to spot viruses. This will help train Artificial Intelligence systems! view more  Credit: Diamond Light Source, 2019 Today sees the launch of an innovative Citizen Science Project by Diamond Light Source, the UK’s national synchrotron science facility.The project uses a crowdsourcing model to call…

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Pitt bioengineers create ultrasmall, light-activated electrode for neural stimulation

IMAGE: A laser shining onto an untethered, ultrasmall carbon fiber electrode to stimulate neurons via the photoelectric effect. view more  Credit: J. Mater. Chem. B, 2015,3, 4965-4978 — Reproduced by permission of The Royal Society of Chemistry. PITTSBURGH (February 15, 2019) … Neural stimulation is a developing technology that has beneficial therapeutic effects in neurological disorders,…

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Trinity College Dublin researchers describe the first model of mitochondrial epilepsy

Dublin, Tuesday, February 12th, 2019 — Researchers from Trinity College Dublin have become the first to describe a model of mitochondrial epilepsy which raises hope for better therapies for patients with this incapacitating condition. Their paper has been published in BRAIN, the peer-reviewed international journal of neurology. Mitochondrial disease is one of the most common…

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3D protein structure reveals a new mechanism for future anti-cancer drugs

VIDEO: This movie depicts the conformational changes that accompany SUMO E1 binding to COH000. Selected structural elements are labeled and regions of the enzyme that become disordered in the SUMO… view more  Credit: Medical University of South Carolina, courtesy of Dr. Shaun Olsen A research team at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) has discovered…

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CVIA special issue on stable ischemic heart disease

IMAGE: These are highlights of the new issue of the Cardiovascular Innovations and Applications Journal (Volume 3 Issue 3). view more  Credit: Compuscript 2019 The journal Cardiovascular Innovations and Applications (CVIA) has just published a new issue, Volume 3 Issue 3. This is a Special Issue on Stable Ischemic Heart Disease with major articles by leading…

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