::[BÆRBAR SENSOR MÅLER HUDFUGTIGHED OG KAN DERMED OPDAGE BEGYNDENDE UDTØRRING FØR DET BLIVER ET SUNDHEDSPROBLEM]:
Wearable, low-cost sensor to measure skin hydration
Researchers have developed a wearable, wireless sensor that can monitor a person's skin hydration to detect dehydration before it poses a health problem. The device is lightweight, flexible and stretchable and has already been incorporated into prototype devices that can be worn on the wrist or as a chest patch.



::[DIABETES ELLER PLUDSELIG FORVÆRRING AF DIABETES KAN VÆRE TIDLIGT TEGN PÅ PANKREAS-KRÆFT]:
Diabetes or its rapid deterioration can be an early warning sign for pancreatic cancer
Patients and their doctors should be aware that the onset of diabetes, or a rapid deterioration in existing diabetes that requires more aggressive treatment, could be a sign of early, hidden pancreatic cancer.



::[ET ANTIGIGT-LÆGEMIDDEL LETTER AFVÆNNING AF NARKOMANER VED AT BEGRÆNSE ABSTINENSSYMPTOMER]:
Researchers identify drug that alleviates opioid withdrawal
Opioid use and abuse is a significant social, health and economic issue. Researchers have discovered that an existing anti-gout medication is effective in reducing the severity of withdrawal symptoms in opioid-dependent rodents. For their study, the researchers looked specifically at two common opioid drugs: morphine and fentanyl.



::[ET LÆGEMIDDEL DER ER FDA-GODKENDT TIL BEHANDLING AF CYSTISK FIBROSE KAN BESKYTTE OS VED LUNGEINFEKTION OG HJERTEPROBLEMER]:
Fighting age-related fibrosis to keep organs young
Their research indicates that an already-FDA-approved drug used by cystic fibrosis patients could shield our organs from fibrosis during acute events, like lung infection or heart attack. And looking to the future, they envision that the development of a once-daily pill, capable of inhibiting PAD4, could one day be used as a preventative measure.



::[FORUDSIGE RISIKO FOR BLODPROPPER I HJERTET VED BRUG AF NY TESTMETODE]:
Preventing blood clots with a new metric for heart function
Scientists have discovered a new method for predicting those most at risk for thrombus, or blood clots, in the heart. The critical factor, they found, is the degree to which the mitral jet penetrates into the left ventricle of the heart.



::[HAJ-INSPIRERET MEDICIN MOD LUNGESYGDOM]:
Haj-inspireret medicin kan måske kurere frygtet lungesygdom
Antistof i hajblod inspirerer forskere til at lave protein, der angriber idopatisk lungefibrose - og andre sygdomme.
SAMME EMNE:
::[HAJ-INSPIRERET MEDICIN MOD LUNGESYGDOM]:
Shark-inspired drug may help treat fibrosis, researchers say
Australian researchers hope an antibody found in sharks may help treat an incurable lung disease.



::[HJERNENS NEURONER FOR SOCIAL OPMÆRKSOMHED: VISSE HORMONFØLSOMME NEUTRONER TRIGGER PRO-SOCIAL ADFÆRD HOS MUS - OG MÅSKE ANDRE SINDSTILSTANDE HOS MENNESKET]:
Scientists illuminate the neurons of social attraction
The ancient impulse to procreate [FORPLANTE SIG] is necessary for survival and must be hardwired into our brains. Now scientists have discovered an important clue about the neurons involved in that wiring. With a whiff of the opposite sex, certain hormone-sensitive neurons trigger pro-social behavior in mice and could play roles in anxiety, depression, and other mood-related conditions in humans




::[HVORDAN HJERNEN KAN PÅVIRKES]:
The attraction effect: How our brains can be influenced
The decisions we make are influenced by other possibilities that we did not choose. At the same time, the options we missed out on determine our satisfaction with the outcomes of situations we were unable to control. Psychologists conducted two experiments: first, they studied the decision-making behavior of students and, second, they measured brain activity and satisfaction when a set of possibil



::[IMPRINTING - KORTLÆGNING AF METHYLOMET I INSULIN-PRODUCERENDE ØER I PANKREAS]:
Unique mapping of methylome in insulin-producing islets
Throughout our lives, our genes are affected by the way we live. Diet, exercise, age and diseases create imprints that are stored in something called methylome. Now, for the first time, researchers have been able to map the entire methylome in the pancreatic islets which produce insulin, and the researchers have made several important discoveries.



::[INDSÆTTELSE AF DNA I GENER I LEVENDE ROTTERS CELLER]:
A new path to fixing genes in living organisms
A unique gene-editing method that efficiently inserts DNA into genes located in dividing and non-dividing cells of living rats has been developed by a team of international researchers, including scientists from KAUST.



::[KUNSTIG HUD SOM FØLER TEMPERATUR-ÆNDRINGER]:
Engineers create artificial skin that 'feels' temperature changes
A new artificial skin made from pectin is capable of sensing temperature changes using a mechanism similar to the way pit vipers sense prey.



::[LANDMINER KAN AFSLØRES]:
This Ingenious Device Saves Civilians from Unexploded Landmines
There are millions of unexploded landmines around the world, killing civilians and military personnel every month.



::[MALARIA-MEDICIN SVIGTER]:
Malaria drugs fail for first time on patients in UK
The drug combination was unable to cure four malaria patients in UK, who had all visited Africa, doctors say.



::[EVOLUTIONEN - TIDLIGST KENDTE FORFADER TIL MENNESKET]:
Scientists find 'oldest human ancestor'
Researchers discover the earliest known ancestor of humans - and many other species.
SAMME EMNE:
:[540 MILLION ÅR GAMMEL FORFADER TIL MENNESKET MANGLEDE ANUS]:
Tiny, 540-Million-Year-Old Human Ancestor Didn't Have an Anus
A speck-size creature without an anus is the oldest known prehistoric ancestor of humans, a new study finds.
SAMME EMNE:
:[540 MILLION ÅR GAMMEL FORFADER TIL MENNESKET MANGLEDE ANUS]:
Scientists Describe Ancient Bag-Like Sea Creatures From China
They were ugly. And, unfortunately, they were not equipped with an anus. But the sand dwellers could be an important part of filling in our own early evolutionary tree.
SAMME EMNE:
:[540 MILLION ÅR GAMMEL FORFADER TIL MENNESKET MANGLEDE ANUS]:
Trilobites: This Prehistoric Human Ancestor Was All Mouth
A cache of tiny sea creatures found in central China, in rock strata said to be 540 million years old, is described in the journal Nature.
SAMME EMNE:
:[540 MILLION ÅR GAMMEL FORFADER TIL MENNESKET MANGLEDE ANUS]:
This ghastly sack of cells may be your distant ancestor
Animals Say hello to great-great-great-great … grandpa In a paper in Nature , scientists are claiming to have found humanity's oldest known ancestor.
SAMME EMNE:
:[540 MILLION ÅR GAMMEL FORFADER TIL MENNESKET MANGLEDE ANUS]:
Bag-like sea creature was humans' oldest known ancestor
Researchers have identified traces of what they believe is the earliest known prehistoric ancestor of humans—a microscopic, bag-like sea creature, which lived about 540 million years ago.
SAMME EMNE:
:[540 MILLION ÅR GAMMEL FORFADER TIL MENNESKET MANGLEDE ANUS]:
Ancestor of all vertebrates was a big mouth with no anus
A tiny fossil from China could be the earliest of all deuterostomes, creatures that eventually led to evolution of all vertebrates, including humans
SAMME EMNE:
:[540 MILLION ÅR GAMMEL FORFADER TIL MENNESKET MANGLEDE ANUS]:
Bag-like sea creature was humans' oldest known ancestor
Researchers have identified traces of what they believe is the earliest known prehistoric ancestor of humans -- a microscopic, bag-like sea creature, which lived about 540 million years ago.

:[ORM MED BEN - 540 MILL ÅR GAMMELT MICROFOSSIL I BURGESS-SHALE I CANADA]:
500-million year-old species offers insights into the lives of ancient legged worms
A new species of lobopodian, a worm-like animal with soft legs from the Cambrian period (541 to 485 million years ago), has been described for the first time from fossils found in the Burgess Shale in the Canadian Rocky Mountains.
:[ORM MED BEN - 540 MILL ÅR GAMMELT MICROFOSSIL I BURGESS-SHALE I CANADA]:
Discovery of new fossil from half billion years ago sheds light on life on Earth
A new species of fossil has been discovered that will shed light on early animal ecosystems. Investigators discovered the new species while conducting a survey of microfossils in mudstones from western Canada. To their surprise, the samples yielded miniscule loriciferans: a type of animal so small it has been considered “unfossilizable”.
SAMME EMNE:
:[ORM MED BEN - 540 MILL ÅR GAMMELT MICROFOSSIL I BURGESS-SHALE I CANADA]:
500-million year-old species offers insights into the lives of ancient legged worms
A new species of lobopodian, a worm-like animal with soft legs from the Cambrian period (541 to 485 million years ago), has been described for the first time from fossils found in the Burgess Shale in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Details of the new species, called Ovatiovermis cribratus, are being published in the open access journal BMC Evolutionary Biology this week.
SAMME EMNE:
:[ORM MED BEN - 540 MILL ÅR GAMMELT MICROFOSSIL I BURGESS-SHALE I CANADA]:
Discovery of new fossil from half billion years ago sheds light on life on Earth
Dr Tom Harvey from the Department of Geology, University of Leicester, together with Professor Nicholas Butterfield, University of Cambridge, discovered the new species while conducting a survey of microfossils in mudstones from western Canada.



::[MINDFULNESS MOTIVERER MENNESKER TIL AT LAVE SUNDE VALG OG TIL AT VÆRE MINDRE TILBØJELIG TIL AT FØLE SKAM VED UDSÆTTELSE FOR SUNDHEDSRÅD]:
Mindfulness motivates people to make healthier choices
People who are more mindful -- aware of the present moment -- are less likely to feel shame when confronted with health advice and are thus more motivated to make positive behavior changes, according to new research.



::[MUSIKERE HAR BEDRE ARBEJDSHUKOMMELSE]:
Videnskabens Verden



::[OVERINDLÆRING FJERNER INTERFERENS VED INDLÆRING]:
Practice makes perfect, and 'overlearning' locks it in
People who continued to train on a visual task for 20 minutes past the point of mastery locked in that learning, shielding it from interference by new learning, a new study shows.




::[NÅR DE SÅKALDTE PERICYTTER OMKRING BLODKAR I HJERNEN, DER FUNGERER SOM GATEKEEPER-CELLER, SKADES SKER LANGSOMT KVÆLING AF HJERNEN - OG MÅSKE UDVIKLING AF ALZHEIMER]:
A glitch in 'gatekeeper cells' slowly suffocates the brain
Abnormality with special cells that wrap around blood vessels in the brain leads to neuron deterioration, possibly affecting the development of Alzheimer's disease, a study reveals. 'Gatekeeper cells' called pericytes surround blood vessels. They contract and dilate to control blood flow to active parts of the brain. Pericyte degeneration may be ground zero for neurodegenerative disorders like Alz



::[PÅVISNING AF LUFTRØR- OG MAVEKRÆFT UD FRA STOFFER I UDÅNDINGSLUFTEN]:
Breath test could help detect stomach and esophageal cancers
A test that measures the levels of five chemicals in the breath has shown promising results for the detection of cancers of the oesophagus and stomach in a large patient trial.



::[ZIKAVIRUS FREMKALDER OGSÅ MISDANNELSER I HJERNEN HOS BABYER MED NORMAL HOVEDSTØRRELSE]:
A Clue to the Mystery of Colombia’s Missing Zika Cases
New evidence shows Zika causes brain malformations in babies with normal-sized heads, changing the way doctors diagnose and monitor the disease.


::[ÆLDRES BRUG AF COMPUTERE MODVIRKER UDVIKLING AF HUKOMMELSESPROBLEMER]:
Brain-Stimulating Activities May Keep Seniors Sharp

Elderly adults who use a computer or engage in other brain-stimulating activities may reduce their risk of developing memory problems later in life.




:[38 TUSINDE ÅR GAMMEL KUNST FUNDET I FRANKRIG]:
38,000-Year-Old Rock Art Discovered in France
A group of archaeologists turned over a broken block of limestone on the floor of a rock shelter in southwestern France and discovered what could be one of the oldest examples of art in Europe.




:[AKUPUNKTUR ANVENDT MOD KRONISK SMERTE OG DEPRESSION]:
Acupuncture boosts effectiveness of standard medical care for chronic pain, depression
Acupuncture treatment can boost the effectiveness of standard medical care, lessening the severity of chronic pain and depression, health specialists have found.



:[ANTIBIOTIKA KAN ØGE BAKTERIERS VÆKST]:
Antibiotics can boost bacterial reproduction
The growth of bacteria can be stimulated by antibiotics, scientists at the University of Exeter have discovered.



:[ANTIBIOTIKA KAN ØGE BAKTERIERS VÆKST]:
Antibiotics can boost bacterial reproduction
The growth of bacteria can be stimulated by antibiotics, scientists have discovered.



:[ANTIBIOTIKARESISTENS OPTAGES AF BAKTERIER I NATUREN]:
Bacteria in estuaries have genes for antibiotic resistance
An international group of researchers, including Professor Michael Gillings from Macquarie University, have reported that pollution with antibiotics and resistance genes is causing potentially dangerous changes to local bacteria in estuaries.



:[ANTIBIOTIKARESISTENS-FORSKNING OG NOVO]:
Novo-fond giver 300 mio. kr. til lægemiddel-forskning
Fem forskningsprojekter inden for antibiotikaresistens og udvikling af bedre lægemidler får støtte fra Novo Nordisk Fonden.



:[ANTIRYGNING-POLITIK I HUSE ER EN SUCCES I PHILADELPHIA, USA]:
Smoke-free policy cuts nicotine detected in Philadelphia public housing in half
The largest public housing authority to implement comprehensive smoke-free policies, the Philadelphia Housing Authority, is seeing significant positive results related to secondhand smoke exposures.



:[ARKÆOLOGISKE STEDER DER ENDNU IKKE ER UDFORSKET]:
Help discover ancient ruins -- before it's too late | Sarah Parcak
Sarah Parcak uses satellites orbiting hundreds of miles above Earth to uncover hidden ancient treasures buried beneath our feet. There's a lot to discover; in the Egyptian Delta alone, Parcak estimates we've excavated less than a thousandth of one percent of what's out there. Now, with the 2016 TED Prize and an infectious enthusiasm for archaeology, she's developed an online platform called Global



:[ARKÆOLOGISKE STEDER EFTERSØGES VED BRUG AF TEKNOLOGI]:
Amateurs can hunt relics with modern 'Indiana Jones'
A technology-wielding archeologist billed as a real-world "Indiana Jones" on Monday launched an online platform that lets anyone help discover archeological wonders and fight looting.



:[ARKÆOLOGISKE STEDER FINDES MED ONLINE REDSKAB DER ANALYSERET BILLEDER FRA RUMMET]:
Be a Space Archaeologist! Explore Sites with Online Platform
A new online tool will allow you use images taken from space to explore ancient archaeological sites and discover their hidden secrets.



:[ARKÆOLOGISKE STEDER FINDES MED ONLINE REDSKAB DER ANALYSERET BILLEDER FRA RUMMET]:
24 Amazing Archaeological Discoveries
From the great, lost library of King Ashurbanipal to the toxic tomb guarded by the terracotta warriors of Shaanxi, here are the 24 most incredible archaeological findings of all time.



:[ARMBÅNDSUR DER KAN MÅLE BLODTRYK]:
Wearable 'watches' to monitor your blood pressure
What if there were a wearable fitness device that could monitor your blood pressure continuously, 24 hours a day?



:[ASYMMETRI MELLEM STOF OG ANTISTOF AF PROTONER OG NEUTRONER]:
New source of asymmetry between matter and antimatter
The LHCb experiment has found hints of what could be a new piece of the jigsaw puzzle of the missing antimatter in our universe. They have found tantalising evidence of a phenomenon dubbed charge-parity (CP) violation in particles known as baryons – a family of particles whose best-known members are the protons and neutrons that make up all the matter in the universe.



:[ATOMISK EXCITATION]:
Unified time, frequency picture of ultrafast atomic excitation in strong fields
New insight that light sometimes needs to be treated as an electromagnetic wave and sometimes as a stream of energy quanta called photons is as old as quantum physics. In the case of interaction of strong laser fields with atoms the dualism finds its analogue in the intuitive pictures used to explain ionization and excitation: The multiphoton picture and the tunneling picture. In a combined experi



:[BEFRUGTNING KRÆVER TID TIL KROMOSOMERNES PARRING]:
Fertility fails if chromosomes don’t have time to zip
Before an egg becomes fertilized, sets of chromosomes must pair up to pass along genetic information. This happens within each reproductive cell, where separate chromosomes of male and female origin move toward each other and eventually join. “You need to give the strands time to join for cell division to be done correctly.” “Chromosomes’ movement is important because you need to move them in syn



:[BEGRÆNSNING AF ET PROTEIN I GRAVIDE MUS VED OSTEOGENESIS IMPERFECTA (DER GIVER SKRØBELIGE KNOGLER) GAV UNGER MED STÆRKERE KNOGLER]:
Protein in womb plays lifelong role in bone health, study of mice shows
Osteogenesis imperfecta, also known as brittle bone disease, is a genetic disorder that causes bones to break easily. Severe cases of the disease can result in hundreds of fractures during a person's lifetime or even death. Researchers have shown that limiting a specific maternal protein in pregnant mice with osteogenesis imperfecta resulted in offspring with stronger, denser bones. The finding mi



:[BEHANDLING AF BLODKAR-INFLAMMATION]:
Trials examine immune drug's potential to treat different forms of vasculitis
Two new studies provide valuable insights into the treatment of different types of vasculitis, which are conditions that cause blood vessels to become inflamed. In the studies, investigators examine whether a medication that interferes with the activity of certain immune cells may help treat the most common form of vasculitis, as well as one of the rarest forms, both of which affect the large bloo



:[BEHOVET FOR AIRCONDITIONING STIGER]:
How heat from the Sun can keep us all cool
As demand for air conditioning climbs, some see a solution in the very thing that makes us sweat: the Sun. Nature 542 23 doi: 10.1038/542023a



:[Bekæmpelse af krybskytter]:
Radio devices to save rare species from poachers
A joint project between conservationists and electronics experts at the University of Kent has developed miniature radio devices in tamper-proof casings to protect rare species from poachers.



:[BESKÆFTIGELSEN INDEN FOR SOLENERGI OVERSTIGER BESKÆFTIGELSEN FRA OLIE, GAS OG KULBRANCEN]:
El fra solenergi beskæftiger flere end de fossile brændsler
En ny rapport om beskæftigelse i den amerikanske energisektor viser, at beskæftigelsen i solenergi for 2016 overstiger beskæftigelsen fra olie-, gas- og kulbranchen tilsammen.



:[BILLEDE AF ATOM-EXCITATION]:
Unified time and frequency picture of ultrafast atomic excitation in strong fields
The insight that light sometimes needs to be treated as an electromagnetic wave and sometimes as a stream of energy quanta called photons is as old as quantum physics. In the case of interaction of strong laser fields with atoms the dualism finds its analogue in the intuitive pictures used to explain ionization and excitation: The multiphoton picture and the tunneling picture. In a combined experi



:[BIOBRÆNDSEL I HONG KONG]:
Cathay Pacific to cut emissions with switch to biofuel
Hong Kong flag carrier Cathay Pacific will switch to biofuels made from landfill rubbish on select long haul flights, reports said Tuesday, in an effort to cut harmful emissions.



:[BLOKERING AF VIGTIGT ENZYM KAN GIVE SYGDOM LIGESOM JAPANSK ORIGAMI UDFØRES I EN BESTEMT RÆKKEFØLGE]:
Blocking critical enzyme helps to mitigate diseases associated with protein folding and lipid stress
In the ancient Japanese art of origami, paper must be folded precisely and following a specific order to create the desired result—say, a crane or lotus flower. It's a complex pursuit that requires keen attention to detail and utmost accuracy.



:[BLYFORGIFTNING]:
Researcher's website a warning system for toxic, lead-contaminated water
Lead poisoning is different from other modern health risks, notes epidemiologist Eric Feigl-Ding. No medicine can reverse the damage and no amount of diet and exercise will help. The only solution is prevention.



:[BRYSTKRÆFT HVOR BRYSTET BEVARES]:
Some early breast cancer patients benefit more from breast conservation than from mastectomy
Breast conserving therapy (BCT) is better than mastectomy for patients with some types of early breast cancer, according to results from the largest study to date. Researchers report that considerably superior survival, both specific to breast cancer and from any cause of death, was found among certain groups of patients who had had BCT.



:[BØLLER I BØRNEHAVEN SKADER ANDRE BØRNS SENERE UDDANNELSE]:
School bullying linked to lower academic achievement, research finds
A study that tracked hundreds of children from kindergarten through high school found that chronic or increasing levels of bullying were related to lower academic achievement, a dislike of school and low confidence by students in their own academic abilities, according to new research.



:[BØR KLINISKE FORSØG PÅ MENNESKER VÆRE MERE RESTRIKTIV?]:
Why the bar needs to be raised for human clinical trials
Standards for authorizing first-time trials of drugs in humans are lax, and should be strengthened in several ways, researchers argue.



:[BØRN BØR VÆRE MERE OPMÆRKSOM PÅ FEJLTAGELSER]:
Kids should pay more attention to mistakes, study suggests
Children who believe intelligence can grow pay more attention to and bounce back from their mistakes more effectively than kids who think intelligence is fixed, indicates a new study that measured the young participants’ brain waves.



:[CELLERS KOMMUNIKATION VIA CILIER]:
Sådan kommunikerer celler med hinanden
Primære cilier er antenne-lignende strukturer, der findes på overfladen af de fleste celler...



:[COMPUTERPROGRAM GØR DET MULIGT AT TJENE PÅ DONALD TRUMPS TWITTERMEDDELELSER]:
'Trump & Dump' program aims to profit off Trump tweets
Techies have devised a program to execute quickfire stock trades to take advantage of President Donald Trump's Twitter habit of blackballing individual companies.



:[CRISPR - KROPPENS REAKTION PÅ VIRUSANGREB BELYST MED BIG DATA]:
Using big data to understand the body's response to viral attack
An enzyme found in many bacteria, including the bacterium that gives us strep throat, has given humankind a cheap and effective tool with which to edit our own genes. This technology, called CRISPR, is also being used to understand how the immune system responds to a viral attack.



:[CYBERSIKKERHED ER ET PROBLEM FOR MODERNE BILER]:
Lack of cyber security poses threat to modern cars
Cars are becoming increasingly smarter and are connected with each other and their surroundings to an increasing extent via their on-board systems. From April 2018, it will be mandatory for all new cars manufactured in the EU to be connected via eCall (emergency call). However, these mobile computers are not designed to keep malicious hackers at bay. The automotive industry needs to take the lead



:[DANSK HJERNEFORSKNING]:
Dansk hjerneforskning er i stærk fremgang
Ny rapport fra Aarhus Universitet viser, at hjerneforskning er i stærk udvikling, men stadig halter efter de førende lande.



:[DATABASE SKAL LETTE IDENTIFIKATION AF MUTATIONER I KRÆFTTUMORER]:
Online database aims to collect, organize research on cancer mutations
Researchers have developed an online 'knowledgebase' intended for the gathering and organization of this information so that clinicians have improved chances of identifying important mutations in a patient's tumor and potentially connecting genetic errors with drugs known to target them.



:[DET BETALER SIG IKKE AT HAVE ET LAGERSYSTEM FOR OVERSKYDENDE SOL-STRØMENERGI - I STEDET FOR AT SENDE DET STRAKS UD I NETTTET]:
Storing solar power increases energy consumption and emissions, study finds
Homes with solar panels do not require on-site storage to reap the biggest economic and environmental benefits of solar energy, according to research. In fact, storing solar energy for nighttime use actually increases both energy consumption and emissions compared with sending excess solar energy directly to the utility grid.



:[DET KOSMISKE STØV SOM DANNEDE VORES PLANETER STAMMEDE FRA GIGANTISKE STJERNER]:
Cosmic dust that formed our planets traced to giant stars
Scientists have identified the origin of key stardust grains present in the dust cloud from which the planets in our Solar System formed, a study suggests.



:[DET KOSMISKE STØV SOM DANNEDE VORES PLANETER STAMMEDE FRA GIGANTISKE STJERNER]:
Tracing the cosmic web with star-forming galaxies in the distant universe
A research group led by Hiroshima University has revealed a picture of the increasing fraction of massive star-forming galaxies in the distant universe. Massive star-forming galaxies in the distant universe, about 5 billion years ago, trace large-scale structure in the universe. In the nearby universe, about 3 billion years ago, massive star-forming galaxies are not apparent. This change in the wa



:[DIABETISK NEUROPATI]:
What primary care providers should know about diabetic neuropathy
Endocrinologists and neurologists from both sides of the Atlantic and teamed up with the American Diabetes Association to craft a new position statement on the prevention, treatment and management of diabetic neuropathy.



:[DNA-ANALYSE AF HAVVAND OPDAGER FISKEARTERNE I VANDET]:
DNA analysis of seawater detects 80% of fish species in just one day
A Japanese research group has used a new technology that identifies multiple fish species populating local areas by analyzing DNA samples from seawater, and proved that this method is accurate and more effective than visual observation.



:[DNA-ANALYSE AF HAVVAND OPDAGER FISKEARTERNE I VANDET]:
DNA analysis of seawater detects 80% of fish species in just one day
A research group has used a new technology that identifies multiple fish species populating local areas by analyzing DNA samples from seawater, and proved that this method is accurate and more effective than visual observation.



:[DOBBELT-PULS LASERE TIL CO2 PÅVISNING]:
First flights for CO2-detecting lidar
Nearly two decades of NASA technology investment in lidar systems and two-micron transmitters has resulted in a new capability for remotely measuring the carbon dioxide (CO2) levels in Earth's atmosphere. NASA has developed an Integrated Path Differential Absorption (IPDA) Lidar that incorporates highenergy, double-pulse lasers with high repetition rates. The compact lidar instrument aims to provi



:[DONALD TRUMPS INDREJSEFORBUD - HOSPITALER KAN IKKE MODTAGE PATIENTER]:
After Trump Order, Hospitals Scramble to Aid Patients Slated for U.S. Care
Two top medical centers worry that patients will not be permitted to enter the country --



:[DONALD TRUMPS INDREJSEFORBUD - LÆGE I NEW YORK STRANDET I SUDAN PÅ GRUND AF ]:
Trump's Executive Order Strands Brooklyn Doctor in Sudan
The second-year resident worries what will happen to his patients --



:[DRIVHUSGAS-UDLEDNINGEN FRA AFRIKA]:
How many greenhouse gases are released in Africa?
Researchers from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) are involved in the first large collection and analysis of data on greenhouse gases emissions in African crop systems.



:[DRONER LEDER EFTER FJERNVARME-LÆKAGER]:
Droner søger efter lækager i den københavnske fjernvarme
Flere steder i landet bliver droner nu brugt til at finde lækager i fjernvarmenettet. Den første test af konceptet i København er netop afsluttet.



:[DYRKNING AF HUMANT VÆV I MASKINE SOM KAN LAVE SUKKERULD]:
Video: Cotton candy machine used to regrow human tissue
This cotton candy machine has a higher calling than satisfying a sweet tooth. It's whipping up polymer fibers that may one day be a key ingredient in life-saving medical technologies.



:[EGERNS REDEBYGGERI]:
Q&A: How Squirrels Build Their Nests
What looks like nothing more than a clump of leaves is a complex, layered construction of twigs, leaves and vines.



:[EN BIKUBELIGNENDE STRUKTUR KALDES NU-1000 BRUGES TIL ADSKILLELSE AF ØNSKEDE SUKKERSTOFFER FRA UØNSKEDE BIPRODUKTER MED GIFTVIRKNING NÅR DER SKAL LAVES BRÆNDSEL UD AF TRÆMATERIALE]:
Metal-organic framework NU-1000 allows separation of toxic furanics from sugars for efficient ethanol production
In creating fuels from the woody materials of plants – the most abundant source of biomass on earth – scientists must separate the desirable sugars from byproduct chemicals including toxins. A team from the University of California at Berkeley, Northwestern University, and Hokkaido University discovered a honeycomb-like structure called NU-1000 that selectively adsorbs toxic furanics, while comple



:[EN PROTEIN DER KAN HÆMME INFLAMMATION OG TARMKRÆFT]:
Researchers help the body protect itself against inflammation and colon cancer
Modifying the shape of IRAK-M, a protein that controls inflammation, can significantly reduce the clinical progression of inflammation and colon cancer in pre-clinical animal models.



:[EN TREDIEDEL AF PATIENTER MED BRYSTSMERTER BEHØVER IKKE NØDBEHANDLING]:
Rule could take one-third of chest pain patients off emergency department heart monitors
Researchers have validated a rule that could safely take a third of chest pain patients in the emergency department off of heart monitors, according to a study. Implementing this rule could free up these monitored beds for sicker patients and reduce wait times.



:[EVNEN FOR DEN TERRESTRISKE BIOSFÆRE TIL AT ABSORBERE CO2 ER MSKE UNDERVURDERET FORDI VISSE ANVENDELSER AF LANDOMRÅDER]:
Role of terrestrial biosphere in counteracting climate change may have been underestimated
New research suggests that the capacity of the terrestrial biosphere to absorb carbon dioxide (CO2) may have been underestimated in past calculations due to certain land-use changes not being fully taken into account.



:[EVNEN FOR DEN TERRESTRISKE BIOSFÆRE TIL AT ABSORBERE CO2 ER MSKE UNDERVURDERET FORDI VISSE ANVENDELSER AF LANDOMRÅDER]:
Role of terrestrial biosphere in counteracting climate change may have been underestimated
New research suggests that the capacity of the terrestrial biosphere to absorb carbon dioxide (CO2) may have been underestimated in past calculations due to certain land-use changes not being fully taken into account.



:[FALDENDE BLODSUKKER PÅVIRKER SINDSTILSTANDEN]:
Being ‘hangry’ exists: why a lack of food can change your mood
Falling blood sugar levels accompanying hunger do cause us to get angry, irritable and aggressive, even towards loved ones



:[FDA ADVARER MOD HOMEOPATISKE MIDLER DER INDEHOLDER BELLADONNA OG SOM GIVES TIL BØRN]:
You shouldn’t feed poison to babies, even if it’s in a homeopathic teething tablet
Health Parents are still giving belladonna to children, despite multiple FDA warnings Especially if it’s in a homeopathic teething tablet…



:[FEDT OMKRING HJERTET GIVER RISIKO EFTER OVERGANGSALDEREN]:
This type of fat boosts heart risk after menopause
New research reveals a new, menopause-specific indicator of heart disease risk—and suggests possible ways to reduce it. The findings also suggest a target for future studies on the impact of hormone replacement therapy in improving cardiovascular health. A higher volume of a type of fat that surrounds the heart is significantly associated with a greater risk of heart disease in women after menopa



:[FEDT OMKRING HJERTET GIVER RISIKO EFTER OVERGANGSALDEREN]:
Certain fat found around the heart associated with higher risk of heart disease in postmenopausal women
New study points to heart disease risk factor in menopausal women that could be caught early.



:[FEDT OMKRING HJERTET GIVER RISIKO EFTER OVERGANGSALDEREN]:
Certain heart fat associated with higher risk of heart disease in postmenopausal women
For the first time, researchers have pinpointed a type of heart fat, linked it to a risk factor for heart disease and shown that menopausal status and estrogen levels are critical modifying factors of its associated risk in women.



:[FISK VANDRER TIL OVERVINTRINGSSTEDER I JAPAN]:
Once-dried tiny tributary serves as shelter for wintering fish
Hokkaido University researchers have found that more than 10,000 stream fish migrated to a small tributary only four months after it had dried out during the summer, suggesting that even remnant tributaries are critical wintering habitats.



:[FORDELE VED AT ANVENDE TRÅDLØS KOMMUNIKATION I VIRKSOMHEDER - BL.A. INDEN FOR KEMISK PRODUKTION, VANDRENSNING OSV. ]:
NIST partners 'cutting the cord' (and wires) from factory communication networks
Providing wireless communications in a factory, plant or other industrial environment these days means more than just helping employees talk with each other while they work. By eliminating physical connections such as wires and cables from a facility's communication network, wireless technology offers many manufacturing, chemical processing and municipal (such as water treatment) organizations a m



:[FORSKERE DER RAMMES AF DONALD TRUMPS IMMIGRATIONSFORBUD]:
Meet the Scientists Hit by Trump's Immigration Ban
Order barring citizens of seven countries from entering the U.S. has left many confused and afraid --



:[FORSKERE I KLIMAÆNDRINGER ER NERVØSE FOR DERES FORSKING]:
Anxiety Mounts at National Labs Over Future of Climate Research
Researchers say they will resist any attempts to meddle with their work or their findings --



:[FORSTÅ BEVÆGELSER I HAVET - BL.A. HAVSTRØMME - VED BEGREBET GEOSTROPHY]:
New ocean observations improve understanding of motion
Oceanographers commonly calculate large scale surface ocean circulation from satellite sea level information using a concept called "geostrophy", which describes the relationship between oceanic surface flows and sea level gradient. Conversely, researchers rely on data from in-water current meters to measure smaller scale motion. New research led by University of Hawai'i at Mānoa (UHM) oceanograph



:[FOSSIL AF ORM DER LEVEDE I HAVET I KAMBRIUM HAVDE ARME MED NÅLE]:
Photos: 'Naked' Ancient Worm Hunted with Spiny Arms
The fossils of a worm-like sea creature suggest that it did a little dance to help it catch tiny meals, such as zooplankton, in the ancient seas.



:[FOSSIL AF ORM DER LEVEDE I HAVET I KAMBRIUM HAVDE ARME MED NÅLE]:
Ancient 'Naked' Worm Did a Little Dance to Catch Seafood
About 500 million years ago, a squishy, thumb-size sea creature did a little dance — waving its upper limbs around in the ocean in a never-ending attempt to ensnarl some tasty morsels floating by.



:[FUSIONSREAKTORER OG SUPERVARM PLASMA]:
Diagnostics for super-hot plasmas in fusion reactors
In the sun and other fusion plasmas, atoms of hydrogen and its isotopes are the fuel. Plasmas are gases that are so hot that electrons are knocked free of the atom, making the atoms electrically charged ions. The un-ionized atoms are called neutrals. On earth, accurately measuring neutral hydrogen concentration in plasmas could offer insights into future fusion experiments and impact the design of



:[FUTURISTISKE TRANSPORTSYSTEMER]:
Universiteter konkurrerer om bedste Hyperloop-teknologi
Hvis Elon Musks vision om Hyperloop skal blive til virkelighed, er der brug for seriøs teknologiudvikling. I weekenden konkurrerede 22 teams fra både USA og Europa om at finde den bedste løsning til det futuristiske transportsystem.



:[GENETISK DISPOSITION FOR KRONISK ULCERATIV COLITIS]:
Largest genetic study of inflammatory bowel disease provides clues on new drug targets
Medical researchers have identified a genetic variant that doubles an individual's risk of developing ulcerative colitis, one of the subtypes of a chronic disorder known as Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD).



:[GENETISKE FORSKELLE DER BRUGES TIL AT SKELNE MELLEM ARTER ER IKKE ALTID KORREKTE]:
Genomic tools for species discovery inflate estimates of species numbers, biologists contend
Increasingly popular techniques that infer species boundaries in animals and plants solely by analyzing genetic differences are flawed and can lead to inflated diversity estimates, according to a new study from two University of Michigan evolutionary biologists.



:[GENSPLEJSEDE INSEKTER - OG INTERNATIONAL HANDEL MED FØDEVARER]:
Genetically modified insects could disrupt international food trade
"There's a fly in my soup." This statement conjures up the image of a dead fly in a bowl of soup rather than a genetically modified insect being served up with organic vegetables. However, this is not a totally unrealistic scenario as experimental releases of genetically modified insects have been approved by US regulators in 2014 very near farming areas. The question is whether fruit and vegetabl



:[HACKER STEMME-KONTROL]:
Voice-checking device stops hackers hijacking your Siri or Alexa
To stop imposters causing mayhem by telling your voice-activated assistant what to do, a wearable device can help check whether it is the owner speaking



:[HJERMEM OG SYNET]:
Normative theory of visual receptive fields
This article gives an overview of a normative computational theory of visual receptive fields, by which idealized shapes of early spatial, spatio-chromatic and spatio-temporal receptive fields can be derived in an axiomatic way based on structural properties of the environment in combination with assumptions about the internal structure of a vision system to guarantee consistent handling of image



:[HJERNEN OG BESLUTNINGER]:
The Causal Frame Problem: An Algorithmic Perspective
The Frame Problem (FP) is a puzzle in philosophy of mind and epistemology, articulated by the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy as follows: "How do we account for our apparent ability to make decisions on the basis only of what is relevant to an ongoing situation without having explicitly to consider all that is not relevant?" In this work, we focus on the causal variant of the FP, the Causal Fr



:[HJERNEN OG COMPUTERE]:
A Radically New Theory of how the Brain Represents and Computes with Probabilities
It is widely acknowledged that the brain i) implements probabilistic reasoning, and ii) represents information via population/distributed coding. Most previous population-based probabilistic (PPC) theories share several basic properties: 1) continuous (graded) neurons; 2) full/dense distributed coding: all/most coding field neurons formally participate in every code; 3) graded synapses; 4) rate co



:[HJERNEN OG GLUTAMAT]:
A computational study on synaptic and extrasynaptic effects of astrocyte glutamate uptake on orientation tuning in V1
Astrocytes affect neural transmission by a tight control via glutamate transporters on glutamate concentrations in direct vicinity to the synaptic cleft and by extracellular glutamate. Their relevance for information representation has been supported by in-vivo studies in ferret and mouse primary visual cortex. In ferret blocking glutamate transport pharmacologically broadened tuning curves and en



:[HJERNEN OG HØRELSEN]:
Learning Mid-Level Auditory Codes from Natural Sound Statistics
Interaction with the world requires an organism to transform sensory signals into representations in which behaviorally meaningful properties of the environment are made explicit. These representations are derived through cascades of neuronal processing stages in which neurons at each stage recode the output of preceding stages. Explanations of sensory coding may thus involve understanding how low



:[HJERNENS NETVÆRK AF HÆMMENDE NERVECELLER ´VED FØDSELSTIDSPUNKTET - OG SENERE PSYKIATRISKE SYGDOMME]:
Deciphering the emergence of neuronal diversity
Neuroscientists have analyzed the diversity of inhibitory interneurons during the developmental period surrounding birth. They have discovered the emergence of three main sub-groups of interneurons by decoding the expression of cell-type specific genes as well as their exact, and often unexpected, location in the cortex. These results should help researchers in discovering how psychiatric-related



:[HJORTE KAN BLIVE FOR TALRIGE I SKOVEN I ØSTLIGE USA]:
Too many Bambi are bad for the forest
Overabundant deer can spell trouble for people, including frequent car collisions and the spread of zoonotic diseases. But deer can also disrupt wildlife communities—such as forest songbirds—by eating away their habitat. In a new study published in Landscape and Urban Planning, researchers show that areas in the eastern U.S. with high deer numbers tend to have fewer birds that need forest shrubs.



:[HOLOGRAM-OPFINDELSE]:
Help Me, Obi-Wan! New Hologram Technology Mimics 'Star Wars'
Science fiction becomes reality with the invention of a hologram device.



:[HOLOGRAM-OPFINDELSE]:
Study reveals substantial evidence of holographic universe
A UK, Canadian and Italian study has provided what researchers believe is the first observational evidence that our universe could be a vast and complex hologram.



:[HUNNERS SKØNHED HAR MINDRE BETYDNING FOR AT TILTRÆKKE HANNER END HIDTIL ANTAGET - I HVERT FALD BLANDT DYR]:
Model shows female beauty isn't just sex appeal
Female beauty may have less to do with attracting the opposite sex than previously thought, at least in the animal world, researchers say.



:[HVAD FÅR MÆLKEVEJEN TIL AT SNURRE RUNDT]:
Both push and pull drive our galaxy's race through space
Although we can't feel it, we're in constant motion: the earth spins on its axis at about 1,600 km/h; it orbits around the sun at about 100,000 km/h; the sun orbits our Milky Way galaxy at about 850,000 km/h; and the Milky Way galaxy and its companion galaxy Andromeda are moving with respect to the expanding universe at roughly 2 million km/h (630 km per second). But what is propelling the Milky W



:[HVORDAN VIL VI REAGERE PÅ FØDEMIDLER HVIS VI KAN LUGTE DEM I VIRTUEL REALITY]:
Here’s What Happens When You Add Scent to Virtual Reality
Researchers want to understand how our interactions with food might change if we can smell it in VR.



:[HVORFOR FERSKVAND FRA ANTARKTIS OFTE SES UNDER HAVETS OVERFLADE SELV OM DET ER LETTERE]:
Scientists unravel the process of meltwater in ocean depths
An international team of researchers has discovered why fresh water, melted from Antarctic ice sheets, is often detected below the surface of the ocean, rather than rising to the top above denser seawater.



:[HVORFOR FERSKVAND FRA ANTARKTIS OFTE SES UNDER HAVETS OVERFLADE SELV OM DET ER LETTERE]:
Scientists unravel the process of meltwater in ocean depths
An international team of researchers has discovered why fresh water, melted from Antarctic ice sheets, is often detected below the surface of the ocean, rather than rising to the top above denser seawater.



:[HVORFOR RYGNING GIVER LUNGEKRÆFT]:
These cells may explain why smoking causes lung cancer
Years of painstaking tissue analysis have lead researchers to basal stem cells as the likely culprits that trigger a major lung cancer closely tied to smoking: squamous cell carcinoma. Basal stems cells are very quick at repairing DNA damage caused by inhaled chemicals such as those from cigarette smoke, but they are prone to making mistakes. It means that the more repair work they have to do, th



:[HYDROGENBRÆNDSELSCELLER UDVIKLES]:
GM, Honda team up to develop advanced hydrogen fuel cells
General Motors Co. and Honda Motor Co. took a big step toward putting out vehicles powered by hydrogen fuel cells by forming a joint venture to produce the systems for both companies' vehicles.



:[HØJ FORURENING FRA BRÆNDEOVNE]:
Forskere: Brændeovne er skyld i rekordhøj luftforurening
Den samlede partikelforurening i London nåede i sidste uge op på rekordhøje 197 mikrogram/m3. Forskere mistænker brændeovne for at være den største synder.



:[IBOGAIN-HALLUCINOGEN KAN MÅSKE BRUGES TIL BEHANDLING AF NARKOMANER]:
Treating Addiction with Psychedelics
Researchers see some promise in ibogaine, a well-known hallucinogen, and related compounds --



:[ILTFRIE ZONER I DEN MEXIKANSKE GOLF ØGER PRISEN PÅ REJER]:
Gulf shrimp prices reveal hidden economic impact of dead zones
Hypoxic dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico drive up the price of large shrimp relative to smaller sizes, causing economic ripples that can affect consumers, fishermen and seafood markets alike, a new Duke-led analysis reveals.



:[IMMIGRAFIONSFORBUD OG FORSKERVERDENEN]:
Op-Ed Contributor: A Scientists’ March on Washington Is a Bad Idea
It will only politicize science.



:[INDISKE BYER RISIKERER FLERE SKYBRUD]:
Study says cities in India need to consider extreme rainfall when planning new infrastructure
Researchers from Purdue University and the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay have determined that rapidly urbanizing areas on the Indian subcontinent are more likely than established cities to experience extreme rainfall events during the summer monsoon season, a finding that is important for shaping storm water system design, water resource policy and urban flood management in the region.



:[INSEKTERS METAMORFOSE]:
ScienceTake: Maggot to Blowfly: Ready for Its Close-Up
With X-ray video and microscopic CT scans scientists have recorded in detail the metamorphosis of a forensic science favorite — the blowfly.



:[INSULIN OG RETSSAGER I USA]:
Drug Makers Accused of Fixing Prices on Insulin
A lawsuit claims Sanofi, Novo Nordisk and Eli Lilly raised prices at the expense of patients’ health.



:[INVASIVE ARTER I NORDAMERIKA]:
Forty-four invading species 'loose' in North Atlantic
Accidental introductions of non-native species has been of increasing concern since the 1980s when human-mediated transportation, mainly related to ships' ballast water, was recognised as a major route by which species are transported and spread.



:[INVASIVE BILLER]:
Some invading beetles are born to go far
Generations of beetles born on the leading edge of an invasion are far more able to push on than those born farther back, report scientists. Graduate student Brad Ochocki and ecologist Tom Miller of Rice University used the bean beetle as their model, which could help predict and prepare for the spread of invasive species. “…after 10 generations we had roughly 1 beetle for every person in Cincinn



:[INVASIVE PLANTER]:
Restoring native plants 'boosts pollination'
Removing invasive exotic plants from natural areas can act as a boost for wildlife, a study suggests.



:[INVESTORER VINDER NÅR VERDEN OPLEVER INFEKTIØSE SYGDOMME]:
Dangerous infectious diseases—good news for Wall Street?
While infectious diseases may be dangerous for the general public, they are good news for stock market investors and traders, says a new study from the University of Portsmouth.



:[JORDBUNDEN UDSENDER CA. 9 GANGE MERE CO2 END ALLE MENNESKETS AKTIVITETER. DET SKYLDES BL.A. BAKTERIERS AKTIVITET - OG SPØRGSMÅLET ER HVORDAN DET VIL ÆNDRES, NÅR KLIMAET BLIVER VARMERE]:
Limited sign of soil adaptation to climate warming
While scientists and policy experts debate the impacts of global warming, Earth’s soil is releasing roughly nine times more carbon dioxide to the atmosphere than all human activities combined. This huge carbon flux from soil, which is due to the natural respiration of soil microbes and plant roots, begs one of the central questions in climate change science. As the global climate warms, will soil



:[JUPITERMÅNEN EUROPA HAR HYDROGEN-CORONA]:
Astronomers detect hydrogen corona of Jupiter's moon Europa
(Phys.org)—Using the Hubble Space Telescope (HST), astronomers have spotted an atomic hydrogen corona around Jupiter's icy moon Europa. The discovery which could improve our understanding of Europa's tenuous atmosphere was published Jan. 13 in the Astronomical Journal.



:[KANNIBALISME I DYRERIGET]:
In Many Species, a Family Dinner Means Something Else
Once thought to be aberrant behavior, cannibalism is common in the natural world — and for many species, not necessarily a bad thing.



:[KLASSE AF PROTEINER MANGLER INDRE STRUKTUR]:
Engineered intrinsically disordered proteins provide biomedical insights
Biomedical researchers have engineered the first examples of biomimetic structures composed from a mysterious class of proteins that lack any sort of internal structure.



:[KLIMAMÅLET FRA PARISMØDET NÅS MÅSKE IKKE]:
Action is needed to make stagnant CO2 emissions fall: research
Without a significant effort to reduce greenhouse gases, including an accelerated deployment of technologies for capturing atmospheric carbon and storing it underground, and sustained growth in renewables such as wind and solar, the world could miss a key global temperature target set by the Paris Agreement and the long-term goal of net-zero climate pollution.



:[KLIMAMÅLET FRA PARISMØDET NÅS MÅSKE IKKE]:
Renewables can't deliver Paris climate goals: study
Expansion of renewable energy cannot by itself stave off catastrophic climate change, scientists warned Monday.



:[KLIMAMÅLET FRA PARISMØDET NÅS MÅSKE IKKE]:
The recent slowdown in global carbon dioxide emissions masks the challenges ahead
Many performance indicators of global and national energy systems suggest that global temperatures could still be kept below 2°C. However, future trajectories will soon diverge from 2°C pathways if key existing technologies are not rapidly deployed and new technological advances made.



:[KLIMAÆNDRING - NEW YORK FORBEREDER SIG PÅ HAVSTIGNING]:
New York City Is Building for a Future of Flooding
Coastal areas of the northeastern U.S. could experience huge increases in sea level by 2100, and its largest city is already preparing.



:[KOMMUNIKATION MELLEM BILER]:
Designing the best car antenna
The global car fleet is rapidly becoming increasingly connected – which puts high demands on stable, robust communication. This will mainly be ensured by the antennas of tomorrow.



:[KRABBER ]:
Pom-pom crabs prune their living decorations like bonsai trees
These teensy crustaceans tear one anemone into two, splitting them into identical pairs that then grow as new, living pom-poms on their claws



:[KRABBER DER STJÆLER FRA HINANDEN]:
Boxer crabs acquire anemones by stealing from each other, and splitting them into clones
Researchers have described a little known yet fascinating aspect of the behavior of Lybia crabs, a species which holds sea anemones in each of its claws (behavior which has earnt it the nickname 'boxer' or 'pom-pom' crab). In a series of experiments, they showed that when these crabs need an anemone, they will fight to steal one from another crab and then both crabs will split their anemone into t



:[KRYSTALLER SOM GENTAGER STOF I TID I STEDET FOR I RUM]:
World’s first time crystals cooked up using new recipe
Two independent teams of physicists have built crystals of an enigmatic form of matter that repeats in time rather than space



:[KRÆFTCELLER OVERLEVER VEED AT GENAKTIVERE TELOMERASE-ENZYMET VED HJÆLP AF tert-PROMOTER-METHYLERING]:
Unraveling the mystery of why cancer cells survive and thrive
Cancer cells hijack a mechanism that enables stem cells and germ cells to continue dividing, by reactivating telomerase. A research team reports on the discovery that TERT promoter methylation is the key to cancer cells' success in maintaining telomeres and surviving.



:[KRÆFTPATIENTER KAN HAVE GAVN AF BIG DATA]:
Can big data help cancer patients avoid ER visits?
What if doctors could look into a crystal ball and predict which of their patients might be at risk of getting sick enough to go to the emergency room? For at least one group of patients, that’s exactly what researchers are trying to do.



:[KRÆFTSVULSTER HOS UNGE HAR FÅ MUTATIONER MODSAT HOS ÆLDRE]:
Epigenetic diversity in childhood cancer
Tumors of the elderly carry many DNA mutations that can influence disease course. In contrast, much fewer genetic variants exist in childhood cancers, leaving their clinical diversity unexplained. This conundrum has now been addressed for Ewing sarcoma: researchers observed unexpected variety in the epigenome of these tumors.



:[KUNSTIG INTELLIGENS]:
AI tracks your every move and tells your boss if you’re slacking
Big Brother comes to the workplace. An AI system monitors employee behaviour to detect when they might pose a security threat and track productivity



:[KUNSTIG INTELLIGENS - COMPUTERE LÆRER SIG SELV AT VINDE I SPIL]:
Google’s Go-Playing Machine Opens the Door to Robots that Learn
Computers have taught themselves to master games through AI-powered versions of trial and error. Now robots are doing the same in the real world.


:[KUNSTIG INTELLIGENS LÆRER AT OPDAGE PROBLEMER I SAMTALER - BRUGES TIL TRÆNING I CALL CENTRE]:
Socially Sensitive AI Software Coaches Call-Center Workers
Customer-service reps are getting real-time coaching from software that has learned to detect problems in a conversation.



:[KUNSTIG INTELLIGENS VINDER I POKER]:
AI just won a poker tournament against professional players
A poker-playing artificial intelligence has claimed victory against humans, winning with a lead of $1.7 million by constantly tweaking its strategy



:[KVIKSØLV ER GIFT FOR ZOOPLANKTON]:
The fish we eat could soon be eating more mercury
A highly toxic form of mercury could jump by 300 to 600 percent in zooplankton—tiny animals at the base of the marine food chain—if land runoff increases by 15 to 30 percent, according to a new study. And such an increase is possible due to climate change, according to new research published in Science Advances . “With climate change, we expect increased precipitation in many areas in the Norther



:[LITIUM-LUFT-BATTERIER I STEDET FOR LITIUM-ION BATTERIER]:
How to to bring lithium-air batteries closer to practice
Scientists from the Faculties of Materials Science and Chemistry, Lomonosov Moscow State University, are working on improvement of lithium-air batteries, which can significantly exceed the key parameters of lithium-ion systems. The research results are available in an article published in the Journal of Physical Chemistry C.



:[LIV I ANDRE VERDENER]:
'Alien' Life Could Exist High in Earth's Atmosphere
If high altitude balloons find basic microorganisms in the stratosphere and mesosphere, it could have serious implications for the hunt for extraterrestrial life in the atmospheres of other worlds.



:[LOVENE FOR RUMMET ER BLEVET OVERHOLDT]:
The Outer Space Treaty has been remarkably successful – but is it fit for the modern age?
Space exploration is governed by a complex series of international treaties and agreements which have been in place for years. The first and probably most important of them celebrates its 50th anniversary on January 27 – The Outer Space Treaty. This treaty, which was signed in 1967, was agreed through the United Nations, and today it remain as the "constitution" of outer space. It has been signed



:[LUPINBØNNERS GIFTE]:
Forskere skal knække koden for de giftige lupinbønner
Et ungt forskerhold har modtaget fondsmidler for 10 millioner danske kroner til at finde ud af, hvordan...



:[LYSENDE BLAZAR-GALAKSER ER DE FJERNESTE MAN HAR SET]:
These Powerful Blazars Are the Most Distant Ever Seen
Monster black holes shooting jets of gamma-ray radiation right at us have been spotted farther away than ever before, dating back to when the universe was nearly one-tenth its current age.



:[LYSENDE BLAZAR-GALAKSER ER DE FJERNESTE MAN HAR SET]:
Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope discovers the most extreme blazars yet
NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope has identified the farthest gamma-ray blazars, a type of galaxy whose intense emissions are powered by supersized black holes. Light from the most distant object began its journey to us when the universe was 1.4 billion years old, or nearly 10 percent of its present age.



:[LYTCHEE (LITCHI) KINESISK BLOMME SKYLD I DØDSFALD I INDIEN]:
Dangerous Fruit: Mystery of Deadly Outbreaks in India Is Solved
Researchers had suspected that heat stroke, infections or pesticides were behind a disease that killed about 40 percent of children affected, but it seems lychees were to blame.



:[LÆGENS SAMTALER MD PATIENTER]:
Cutting face-time puts doctors even more behind
Doctors spend more face-to-face time with patients when the office is on schedule and less when the clinic is running behind, a study suggests. “If a doctor is more consistent in the amount of time spent with each patient, wait times tend to go down…” Researchers say the findings confirm for health care services a commonly observed phenomenon in grocery stores and banks: Once lines back up, servi



:[MAGNETOSPÆREN VED JUPITER OG VULKANER PÅ MÅNEN IO]:
A proposal for Juno to observe the volcanoes of Io
Jupiter may be the largest planet in the solar system with a diameter 11 times that of Earth, but it pales in comparison to its own magnetosphere. The planet's magnetic domain extends sunward at least 3 million miles (5 million km) and on the back side all the way to Saturn for a total of 407 million miles or more than 400 times the size of the sun.



:[MATEMATIK FOR AT FINDE EGNEDE STEDER FOR BYGNINGER]:
Placing buildings in a landscape with computational mathematics
A research project within the Building Futures Area of Advance at Chalmers is investigating how to model and compute wind and view by using computational mathematics in order to find suitable sites on which to position buildings.



:[METEORITTER STARTEDE IKKE LIVETS UDVIKLING PÅ JORDEN]:
Life on Earth exploded, but meteorites didn’t start the party
Science Sometimes life just finds a way A modern evolutionary myth may have been dispelled. Some 470 million years ago, a wealth of meteorites started falling to Earth, filling the sky with shooting stars.



:[MIKROBOBLE-RESONATORER OG OPTISK FORSKNING]:
Micro-bubbles and frequency combs
Optics research into glass micro-bubbles resonators produces interesting non-linear effects in the visible regime, report scientists.



:[MODEL AF CELLENS PROTEOM DVS SAMLINGEN AF PROTEINER I CELLEN - F.EKS. ATPase-ENZYMERNE]:
Catching a glimpse at enzymes on the job
AAA+ ATPases are a large family of ubiquitous enzymes with multiple tasks, including the remodelling of the cellular proteome, i.e. the ensemble of proteins in a biological cell. A subfamily, so-called unfoldases, recognize, unfold, and address misfolded or dysfunctional proteins towards proteolytic complexes which eliminate these potentially toxic proteins in order to assure a healthy, functional



:[MOLEKYLE HÆMMER ALZHEIMER-FREMKALDENDE TAU-PROTEIN]:
Molecule halts Alzheimer’s ‘tangles’ in mice
Under ordinary circumstances, the protein tau contributes to the normal, healthy functioning of brain neurons. In some people, though, it collects into toxic tangles that damage brain cells. Such tangles are a hallmark of Alzheimer’s and other neurodegenerative diseases. But new studies with mice and monkeys show that levels of the tau protein can be reduced—and some of the neurological damage it



:[MUSKELSTRÆKNING OG VÆKSKEINDHOLD I MUSKEL]:
Why you feel tension when you stretch a muscle
Fluid is a previously unacknowledged source of the tension we feel when we stretch our muscles, research suggests. In every animal, including humans, each muscle fiber is both filled with incompressible fluid and sheathed in a winding mesh of collagen connective tissue. When a muscle stretches in length, the surrounding mesh lengthens and becomes narrower in diameter. What follows is like what ha



:[MYRER KAN FINDE VEJ HJEM BAGLÆNS]:
Butt-First, Ants Have No Problem Navigating Backward
Foraging ants navigate so well, they can even do it backward, a new study finds.



:[MÆLKEVEJEN BEVÆGER SIG HURTIGT VÆK FRA ET OMRÅDE MED LAV TÆTHED]:
Both push and pull drive our galaxy's race through space
What is propelling the Milky Way's race through space? By 3-D mapping the flow of galaxies through space, researchers found that the Milky Way galaxy is speeding away from a large, previously unidentified region of low density.



:[MÅLING AF HØJHASTIGHEDSFÆNOMENER]:
Optics research into glass micro-bubbles resonators produces interesting non-linear effects
When measuring the duration of high-speed physical phenomena, a good stopwatch can only get you so far, and while oscilloscopes can pick up electrical signals with frequencies of a few GHz, measuring incredibly fast optical phenomena requires something more—a system called an optical frequency comb. Normal lasers are monochromatic sources only containing a single frequency of light; in contrast, f



:[MÅLING AF PSYKIATRISK BEHANDLING]:
Psykiatrien i hovedstaden vil ikke længere styre efter aktivitet
Lægerne får ikke tid nok til den direkte kontakt med patienterne, erkender Region Hovedstaden i et notat. De faglige organisationer er begejstrede.



:[MÅNEN MODTAGER OXYGEN-IONER FRA JORDEN]:
Moon found to be periodically showered with oxygen ions from Earth
(Phys.org)—A team of researchers affiliated with several institutions in Japan, examining data from that country's moon-orbiting Kaguya spacecraft, has found evidence of oxygen from Earth's atmosphere making its way to the surface of the moon for a few days every month. In their paper published in the journal Nature Astronomy, the researchers describe what data from the spacecraft revealed.



:[MÅNEN MODTAGER OXYGEN-IONER FRA JORDEN]:
Oxygen ions sent from Earth have been spotted on the moon
Earth’s magnetic field sends streams of oxygen ions towards the moon every month – and that could give us clues to our planet’s early atmosphere



:[NANORØR FÅR BEDRE EVNE TIL AT FØLGE STAMCELLER IGENNEM KROPPEN NÅR NANORØRENE DER BRUGES EN FORBEDRET FORBINDELSE AF VISMUT (BISMUTH)]:
Cell-tracking agents get a boost
An improved compound of bismuth and carbon nanotubes could enhance the ability to track stem cells as they move through the body and target diseases.



:[NANOTEKNOLOGI ØGES. TRYKKERI PÅ NANOSKALA ER ET EKSEMPEL]:
New model describing the deformation and breakup of droplets could help improve nanoscale printing and spraying
As interest and demand for nanotechnology continues to rise, so will the need for nanoscale printing and spraying, which relies on depositing tiny drops of liquid onto a surface. Now researchers from Tsinghua University in Beijing have developed a new theory that describes how such a nanosized droplet deforms and breaks up when it strikes a surface.



:[NATURBESKYTTELSE AF HAVOMRÅDER]:
We don’t need a huge blue grab to save sharks and rays
Amid calls to ring-fence nearly a third of oceans to protect marine life, it now seems a fraction of that could save key species, says Lesley Evans Ogden



:[NATURBEVARING AF EDDERKOPABER I ECUADOR]:
Save The Monkeys, Save The Trees, Sell The Chocolate
An enterprise-minded ecologist from England is helping endangered brown-headed spider monkeys in Ecuador by connecting their preservation to high-end chocolate. (Image credit: Ryan Eskalis/NPR )



:[NATURENS SPISEKAMMER I STRANDKANTEN]:
Naturens madkasse findes i strandkanten hele året
Strandbede, lægekokleare og såmænd også tidsel kan findes langs havet lige nu. Mens vandet gemmer på sund og nærende tang.




:[NY KONTRASTMETODE TIL AT FØLGE STAMCELLER I KROPPEN]:
Cell-tracking agents get a boost
Rice University researchers have synthesized a new and greatly improved generation of contrast agents for tagging and real-time tracking of stem cells in the body.



:[NYOPDAGEDE GENER FOR RISIKO FOR HØJT BLODTRYK]:
Over 100 new blood pressure genes could provide new targets for treating hypertension
Scientists have found 107 new gene regions associated with high blood pressure, potentially enabling doctors to identify at-risk patients and target treatments.



:[NYT KATODEMATERIALE MED PEROVSKITE]:
Promising new cathode material for low-temperature solid-oxide fuel cells
ANSTO has collaborated on research investigating the possible synergistic effects of a new perovskite cathode material for a low-temperature solid-oxide fuel cell (LT-SOFC) that demonstrates outstanding and stable electrochemical performance below 500 °C.



:[OLIESELSKABER BRUGER NY TEKNOLOGI TIL AT FINDE OLIE I OVER 3 KM DYBDE]:
Researchers develop environmentally responsible best practices for finding oil and gas deep beneath the Earth's surface
A golden age of easy-to-extract oil and natural gas appears to be coming to an end. As a result, major oil companies are developing new technology to help detect underground oil and gas reservoirs, some of which lie more than 3,000 meters below the earth's surface.



:[OPDAGELSE AF DET TIDLIGST-VIRKENDE PROTEIN SOM VIRKER PÅ AT DUPLIKERE CENTRIOLEN DER ORGANISERER CELLEDELING]:
Researchers identify earliest known protein needed for cell division
Researchers from three U.S. universities have identified, using roundworms, the earliest-acting protein known to duplicate the centriole, a tiny cylinder-shaped structure that is a key component of the machinery that organizes cell division in animals.



:[OPDAGELSE AF NY FUNKTION FOR ET ENSYM MED CENTRAL BETYDNING FOR BAKTERIERS STOFSKIFTE]:
Team reports new role for enzyme involved in bacterial metabolism
A team of researchers at the University of Delaware has discovered a new function for an enzyme that has long been known to have a central role in bacterial metabolism.



:[OPSAMLER AF RUMAFFALD ]:
Japan 'space junk' collector in trouble
An experimental 'space junk' collector designed to pull rubbish from the Earth's orbit has run into trouble, Japanese scientists said Tuesday, potentially a new embarrassment for Tokyo's high-tech programme.



:[ORGANISKE FARVESTOFFER AF PERYLENE BISIMIDES]:
Fluorescence dyes from the pressure cooker
Perylene bisimides are organic pigments with interesting dye properties. While these compounds are red in the solid state, when dissolved, they generate bright yellowish-green solutions under UV irradiation. Aside from their optical appeal, organic molecules that appear colored in daylight can also show intriguing electronic properties. Therefore, organic dyes are promising lightweight materials f



:[OSTEOPOROSE - OG STUDIER AF VIRKNINGER AF LÆGEMIDLER HERIMOD ]:
Bone markers as screening strategy for patient adherence to osteoporosis medications
A new position paper proposes measuring specific bone turnover markers (BTMs) in patients who have initiated use of oral bisphosphonates for postmenopausal osteoporosis as a practical way to identify low adherence. BTMs can reflect the early effect of the drug on bone tissue. If low response is detected shortly after treatment begins, this may indicate low adherence or point to underlying causes o



:[OVERFØRSEL AF CELLEKERNE-GENER FRA EN PLANTEART TIL EN ANDEN ER MÅSKE IKKE SJÆLDENT]:
Horizontal transfer of nuclear DNA between vascular plants
A Czech-German team of researchers around Dr. Václav Mahelka from the Institute of Botany of the Czech Academy of Sciences and Dr. Frank Blattner from the Leibniz-Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK) publishes findings in the scientific journal PNAS suggesting that the transfer of nuclear genes from one vascular plant species to another without sexual fertilization is not a ra



:[PLANTERS IMMUNSYSTEM]:
New study shows how plants fight off disease
A University of Queensland-led study has highlighted the minute details of how the plant¹s immune system leads to its ability to resist disease.



:[PODCAST FRA NEW YORK TIMES]:
New York Times launches daily podcast show
Best known for its print coverage, The New York Times is this week broadening into the realm of daily audio news by launching a brand new podcast.



:[PÅVISNING AF LAVINER]:
Towards better forecasts of slab avalanches
A team of researchers from EPFL and the SLF has developed a new model that describes how slab avalanches release. In the long run, it will allow improving avalanche forecasting.



:[PÅVISNING AF MOLEKYLSTRUKTUREN AF ET NYT ANTIBIOTIKA]:
Scientists move step closer to developing major new drug in fight against antimicrobial resistance
Scientists have for the first time determined the molecular structure of a new antibiotic which could hold the key to tackling drug resistant bacteria.



:[PÅVISNINGSSYSTEM FOR TSUNAMI VED INDUNESIEN]:
New Indonesia tsunami network could add crucial minutes
Indonesia's tsunami detection system, made up of seafloor sensors that communicate with transmitting buoys on the surface, has been rendered useless by vandals and lack of funding. Now Indonesian and U.S. scientists say they've developed a way to dispense with the expensive buoys and possibly add crucial extra minutes of warning for vulnerable coastal cities.



:[QUANTUM-COMPUTERE SKABER FRYGT FOR HVORDAN MAN KAN BESKYTTE SIG MOD DEM]:
Quantum Computing Paranoia Creates a New Industry
Even though quantum computers don’t exist yet, security companies are preparing to protect against them.



:[RACEKONFLIKTER OG RACETÆNKNING]:
Notebook: When ‘Black Like Me’ Means ‘White Like Them’
A Canadian doctor recalls a lesson from his pre-med education: how to deal with color-coded peer pressure.



:[REGISTRERING AF OVER 330.000 PEPTIDER I MENNESKETS PROTEOM]:
Milestone for the analysis of human proteomes
Researchers led by the Technical University of Munich (TUM) report on the synthesis of a library of more than 330,000 reference peptides representing essentially all canonical proteins of the human proteome. It is a major milestone in the ProteomeTools project which aims at translating human proteome information into new molecular and digital tools with the potential for use in drug discovery, per



:[REGULATORISKE PROTEINER FRA PLANTER KAN PÅFØRES SUKKERMOLEKYLER ]:
Plant regulatory proteins 'tagged' with sugar
New work from Carnegie's Shouling Xu and Zhiyong Wang reveals that the process of synthesizing many important master proteins in plants involves extensive modification, or "tagging" by sugars after the protein is assembled. Their work uncovers both similarity and distinction between plants and animals in their use of this protein modification. It is published by Proceedings of the National Academy



:[RISIKOEN FRA ASTROIDER]:
No room for complacency over threats from space
Asteroid impacts pose a perennial threat to Earth, so we should be alarmed that two planned missions to study asteroids' make-up face the axe



:[ROBOT SKAL OPDAGE TSUNAMIER VED JAPAN]:
This Robot Will Sail for Months on the Lookout for a Tsunami
An unstable volcanic island off the Japanese coast offers a perfect test bed for a new kind of tsunami warning system.



:[ROBOTTER DER STYRER MENNESKER]:
My Robot Made Me Buy It!
A debate rages over whether brick-and-mortar or online retail will ultimately claim the greater share of consumer hearts and wallets. While that debate continues, however, a new channel has emerged – the home robot. Your home robot is more than just a little helper; it (often referred to by some as she or he) is a new and powerful influential link between consumers and businesses.



:[RUMFARTSTEKNOLGI]:
Wind satellite heads for final testing
The road to realising ESA's Aeolus mission may have been long and bumpy, but developing novel space technology is, by its very nature, challenging. With the satellite now equipped with its revolutionary instrument, the path ahead is much smoother as it heads to France to begin the last round of tests before being shipped to the launch site at the end of the year.



:[SANDSYNLIGHED FOR JORDSKÆLV STUDERES MED MATEMATIK]:
Prediction of large earthquake probability improved
Researchers of the Mathematics Research Centre (CRM) and the UAB have developed a mathematical law to explain the size distribution of earthquakes, even in the cases of large-scale earthquakes such as those which occurred in Sumatra (2004) and in Japan (2011).



:[SANDSYNLIGHED FOR JORDSKÆLV STUDERES MED MATEMATIK]:
Prediction of large earthquake probability improved
Scientists have developed a mathematical law to explain the size distribution of earthquakes, even in the cases of large-scale earthquakes such as those which occurred in Sumatra (2004) and in Japan (2011).



:[SANGFUGLE UDVIKLER NYE SANGE I COSTA RICA FJERNE STEDER]:
Biologists study how songbirds in remote areas of Costa Rica learn new duets when paired with a new mate
Karla Rivera-Cáceres, a University of Miami biology graduate student, plays a harmonious duet of singing wrens from a recording she captured out in the field during a recent trip to Costa Rica.



:[SELVOVERVURDERING - DE FLESTE FØLER SIG MORALSK OVERLEGNE]:
Most People Consider Themselves to be Morally Superior
A ‘self-enhancement’ effect that can have negative consequences for all of us --



:[SELVSTYRET WARFARIN-EKSPERIMENT DROPPES]:
Region dropper ‘warfarin-eksperiment’
Region Hovedstaden har opgivet at poste penge i uddannelse af hjertepatienter til selvstyret warfarin-behandling. Investeringen skulle ellers have indbragt regionen en tocifret million-besparelse på medicinbudgettet



:[SIKKERHEDEN VED SELVKØRENDE BILER - OG DA EN MAND BLEV DRÆBT I MAJ 2016 I EN TESLA MODEL S MED AUTOPILOT-MODE]:
It's pedal to the metal for driverless cars
When a May 2016 crash killed the person operating a Tesla Model S driving in Autopilot mode, advocates of autonomous vehicles feared a slowdown in development of self-driving cars.



:[SMÅ PIGER TROR AT MÆND ER KLOGERE END KVINDER]:
Forskning: Helt små piger tror, mænd er klogere end kvinder
Selv om det er forkert, kan forestillingen skade pigers karrieredrømme, allerede fra de er små, fastslår amerikanske forskere.



:[SOCIALE MEDIER OG DONALD TRUMP]:
The Machinery Is in Place to Make Trump Protests Permanent
Thanks to social media, pop-up protests could become as much a fixture of the new administration as President Trump's tweets.


:[SOLCELLER I SATELLIT]:
Image: Cheops solar cells
ESA's CHaracterising ExOPlanet Satellite mission – Cheops – underwent important testing last year to be ready for launch by the end of 2018.



:[SOLCREME LAVET AF STOFFER FRA ALGER OG CYANOBAKTERIER]:
Boosting the solar protection factor with rationally designed, nature-inspired sunscreens
The ideal sunscreen should block UVB and UVA radiation while being safe and stable. Scientists have introduced a new family of UVA and UVB filters based on natural sunscreen substances found in algae and cyanobacteria. They are highly stable and enhance the effectivity of commercial sunscreens.



:[SOLENERGI]:
Storing solar power increases energy consumption and emissions, study finds
Homes with solar panels do not require on-site storage to reap the biggest economic and environmental benefits of solar energy, according to research from the Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin. In fact, storing solar energy for nighttime use actually increases both energy consumption and emissions compared with sending excess solar energy directly to the utility g



:[SOLSTORME]:
Government Releases 16 Years Of Data About Solar Weather
It's the first time the U.S military has made public the data collected by GPS satellites about solar events. It may help people predict Earth disasters caused by space weather. (Image credit: Courtesy of Los Alamos National Laboratory)



:[SOLSTORME]:
First-ever GPS data release to boost space-weather science
Today, more than 16 years of space-weather data is publicly available for the first time in history. The data comes from space-weather sensors developed by Los Alamos National Laboratory on board the nation's Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites. The newly available data gives researchers a treasure trove of measurements they can use to better understand how space weather works and how best



:[SPECIALISERET KAMERA TIL MÅLING AF LANDSKABER I AUSTRALIEN]:
New miniaturised hyperspectral cameras to monitor the health of Australian landscapes
Meet the new face of environmental monitoring – a combination of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) and a highly specialised camera that was once so big and expensive only satellites and airplanes could carry them.



:[SPECIALLÆGER]:
Region H forventer at dispensere fra speciallægestop
Region Hovedstaden skal på et regionsrådsmøde tirsdag beslutte, om det vil tilslutte sig anbefalingerne fra Danske Regioner i forhold til bl.a. fastfrysning af antallet af speciallæger.



:[SPRÆNGNING AF BALLONER KAN GÅ UD OVER BØRNS HØRELSE - ELLER VÆRE ANLEDNING TIL AT TALE OM HØRETAB]:
Pop! goes the hearing, balloon study suggests
A common birthday party favor can blow up into a problem for children -- but also a bigger conversation about hearing loss, say researchers.



:[STUDIE AF RISIKOEN VED AT BO I OMRÅDER MED STOR HØJDE (ALTITUDE) I FORHOLD TIL AT FÅ HØJT BLODTRYK, HØJT CHOLESTEROLNIVEAU OG DET MATABOLISKE SYNDROM]:
High-altitude living decreases the risk of heart disease
This new research is the first to to link living at high altitudes and the risk to initially healthy people developing all the criteria that make up the metabolic syndrome, a combination of high blood pressure, sugar and cholesterol levels, as well as excess body fat around the waist, that contributes to serious health problems.



:[STUDIE MÅLER AMERIKANERES KALORIEINDTGELSE VED AT DRIKKE TE OG KAFFE MED SUKKER I]:
Study tallies extra calories Americans consume in their coffee, tea
More than 160 million people in the US drink coffee or tea on a regular basis, and many of them use sugar, cream, flavored syrups or other calorie-laden additives in their drinks of choice. A new analysis reveals just how much Americans are adding to their caloric intake by spicing up or sweetening their coffee or tea.



:[STUDIER AF HVORDAN LADEDE PARTIKLER ACCELERERES TIL NÆR LYSETS HASTIGHED UNDER SOLUDBRUD]:
Fermi sees gamma rays from 'hidden' solar flares
An international science team says NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope has observed high-energy light from solar eruptions located on the far side of the sun, which should block direct light from these events. This apparent paradox is providing solar scientists with a unique tool for exploring how charged particles are accelerated to nearly the speed of light and move across the sun during sola



:[STUDIER AF JORDENS INDRE MED NYT MATERIALE TIL STUDIE AF MAGNETFELTER]:
A new material to unearth mysteries of magnetic fields
Journeying to the center of the Earth, a la Jules Verne, won't be happening anytime soon. A new material made from a liquid metal and magnetic particles, however, could make it much easier for researchers to recreate the powerful forces at the planet's core.



:[STUDIER AF STJERNER AF MÆLKEVEJENS HALO]:
Stars in the halo of the Milky Way often travel in groups
Many stars in the halo that surrounds the Milky Way travel in groups. This is the outcome of a recent analysis of data for millions of stars from the Gaia space mission. Astronomers report their discovery today in the international journal Astronomy & Astrophysics.



:[Studiet af fylografien af dafnier (Cladocera) - små gennemsigtige krebsdyr ]:
Phylogeography of cladocerans in the Northern Palearctic
A group of scientists, including the researchers from the White Sea Biological Station, Lomonosov Moscow State University has studied dispersal routes of cladocerans through Northern Eurasia, which are a food for many fish species. The scientists have shown that at least several cladoceran taxa began colonization of the whole Palearctic from its north, and some of them from the Beringian region. T



:[STØV OMKRING EN STJERNE]:
Keck Observatory planet imager delivers first science
A new device on the W.M. Keck Observatory in Hawaii has delivered its first images, showing a ring of planet-forming dust around a star, and separately, a cool, star-like body, called a brown dwarf, lying near its companion star.



:[TEKSTILER AF SVAMPE OG ANDET]:
ArcInTexETN: textile thinking for new ways of living
What has fungi got to do with architecture? Or what if we could digitally change the colors or patterns of our clothes, instead of buying new ones? The ArcInTexETN project has reached its halfway stage and the PhD students are in the midst of processing their research questions.



:[TERAHERTZ - BÆRBARE SENSORER TIL PÅVISNING AF EKSPLOSIVER]:
Low-cost, flexible terahertz radiation source for fast and non-invasive screening
Portable handheld sensors for detecting explosives, wearable sensors that can detect chemical agents, compact devices for fast and accurate identification of defects in computing chips as well as advanced, non-invasive imaging techniques that could detect tiny tumours could become a reality sooner than expected as researchers around the world are actively studying novel ways to exploit terahertz (



:[TERMOELEKTRISK ORGANISK TRANSISTOR]:
The world's first heat-driven transistor
Dan Zhao and Simone Fabiano at the Laboratory of Organic Electronics, Linköping University, have created a thermoelectric organic transistor. A temperature rise of a single degree is sufficient to cause a detectable current modulation in the transistor. The results have now been published in Nature Communications.



:[TESLAFIRMA UDVIKLER SIG INDEN FOR VEDVARENDE ENERGI]:
Tesla Gives the California Power Grid a Battery Boost
A whirlwind three-month project is helping the luxury carmaker transform itself into a multifaceted clean energy company.



:[TESLAFIRMA UDVIKLER SIG INDEN FOR VEDVARENDE ENERGI]:
Tesla Just Added a Huge Stack of Batteries to the California Power Grid
Impressive as they are, the giant lithium-ion batteries probably aren’t the key to our energy future.



:[TRAFIKSTØJ SKADER KOMMUNIKATION MELLEM DYREARTER SÅSOM ADVARSEL MOD PRÆDATOR-TRUSLER]:
Lost in translation: Traffic noise disrupts communication between species
Research by scientists at the University of Bristol has found that man-made noise can hinder the response of animals to the warning signals given by other species, putting them at greater risk of death from predators.



:[TRUET FUGLEART GENUDSÆTTES I HAWAII]:
Hawaiian Crows Ready for the Call of the Wild
The critically endangered birds have done well in captive breeding, meaning they may be ready once more for wild living, and the repertoire of calls associated with it. Jason G. Goldman reports. --



:[TRYKKOGER HVORI DER SKER SYNTESE AF FLUORESCENS-FARVESTOFFER]:
Fluorescence dyes from the pressure cooker
Researchers are working toward a dye synthesis in nothing but water instead of using toxic solvents, by developing a highly efficient and environmentally friendly synthesis for organic pigments.



:[TVANGSBEHANDLING AF DEMENTE]:
Regeringen åbner for tvangsbehandling af demente
Et nyt lovforslag, der omhandler tvangsbehandling af varigt inhabile, er netop sendt i høring. Samtidig foreslås et nyt klageorgan.



:[TVANGSBEHANDLING AF DEMENTE]:
Sundhedsretsekspert: Lov om tvangsbehandling er ganske vidtgående
Som lektor i sundhedsret har Kent Kristensen savnet et lovgrundlag for behandling af for eksempel demente. Men der er er problemer med patienternes retsstilling i det lovforslag,d er netop er sendt i høring.



:[UBÅDEN NAUTILUS - EN AMATØRUBÅD PÅ 33 TON - SKAL IGEN SØSÆTTES]:
GRAFIK OG VIDEO: 33 ton amatørubåd sejler igen - her er de mange forbedringer
Efter seks år på land skal den danske ubåd Nautilus igen søsættes. Denne gang med et hav af opgraderinger på alt fra transmission til navigation.



:[ULTRAHURTIG LASERPUMPE GIVER VIDEN OM ATOMISKE BEVÆGELSER]:
High-energy electrons synced to ultrafast laser pulse to probe how vibrational states of atoms change in time
A new ultrafast technique, using high-energy electrons coupled to a laser pump, revealed insights into atomic vibrational dynamics in a laser-heated gold thin film. This technique directly measured the phonon spectrum (quantized packets of energy related to atomic lattice vibrations) and explored the energy transfer from the laser excited electrons to atomic vibrations of the atomic lattice. This



:[UNDERSKRIFT ER UDBREDT ACCEPTERET SOM VERIFICERING AF PERSONERS IDENTITET]:
New smartwatch software may now verify your signatures
The handwritten signature is still the most widely accepted biometric used to verify a person's identity. Banks, corporations, and government bodies rely on the human eye and digital devices such as tablets or smart pens to capture, analyse, and verify people's autographs.



:[UNIVERSET ER MÅSKE ET KOMPLEKST HOLOGRAM]:
Substantial evidence of holographic universe
A UK, Canadian and Italian study has provided what researchers believe is the first observational evidence that our universe could be a vast and complex hologram. Theoretical physicists and astrophysicists, investigating irregularities in the cosmic microwave background (the 'afterglow' of the Big Bang), have found there is substantial evidence supporting a holographic explanation of the universe



:[UNIVERSETS PEGASUS MED PLANETER]:
Four-planet system directly imaged in motion
Located about 129 light years from Earth in the direction of the Pegasus constellation is the relatively young star system of HR 8799. Beginning in 2008, four orbiting exoplanets were discovered in this system which – alongside the exoplanet Formalhaut b – were the very first to be confirmed using the direct imaging technique. And over time, astronomer have come to believe that these four planets



:[VANDBASEREDE OG INKJET-TRYKBARE D2-MATERIALER]:
Water-based, biocompatible 2-D inks for printed electronics
Researchers at The University of Manchester have developed a method of producing water-based and inkjet printable 2-D material inks, which could bring 2-D crystal heterostructures from the lab into real-world products.



:[VANDRENSNING MED ENERGI FRA SOLEN]:
Academics build ultimate solar-powered water purifier
You've seen Bear Grylls turn foul water into drinking water with little more than sunlight and plastic.



:[VERDENS FØRSTE PRIVATE KOMMERCIELLE RUMSTATION]:
Private Space Station Coming Soon? Company Aiming for 2020 Launch
Work is underway to establish the world's first private, international commercial space station --



:[VIRUSFORSKNING ]:
Viral protein transforms as it measures out DNA
To generate swarms of new viral particles, a virus hijacks a cell into producing masses of self-assembling cages that are then loaded with the genetic blueprint for the next infection. But the picture of how that DNA is loaded into those viral cages, or capsids, was blurry, especially for two of the most common types of DNA virus on earth, bacterial viruses and human herpesvirus. Jefferson researc



:[VITAMIN B12]:
Vitamin B12: Power broker to the microbes
Constant jostling for precious commodities—money, oil, high-speed Internet access, our morning coffee—shapes the world we live in.



:[VORES REAKTION PÅ SUNDHEDSRÅD AFHÆNGER AF VORES MINDFULNESS]:
Health advice is less irritating if you’re mindful
When you hear health messages—such as quit smoking or get more exercise—do you feel motivated or ashamed? A new study suggests how we react may depend on how mindful we are. According to Yoona Kang, a postdoctoral fellow at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania, “mindfulness is usually defined as having awareness of the present moment” and there’s evidence it ca



:[YAK-OKSERS EVOLUTION]:
The bovine heritage of the yak
Though placid enough to be managed by humans, yaks are robust enough to survive at 4000 meters altitude. Genomic analyses by researchers of Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet (LMU) in Munich show that yak domestication began several millennia ago and was promoted by repeated crosses with cattle.



:[YAK-OKSERS EVOLUTION]:
Animal genetics: The bovine heritage of the yak
Though placid enough to be managed by humans, yaks are robust enough to survive at 4,000 meters altitude. Genomic analyses show that yak domestication began several millennia ago and was promoted by repeated crosses with cattle.



:[ÆLDRES BRUG AF COMPUTERE MODVIRKER UDVIKLING AF HUKOMMELSESPROBLEMER]:
Mental activities may protect against mild cognitive impairment
Researchers have found that engaging in mentally stimulating activities, even late in life, may protect against new-onset mild cognitive impairment, which is the intermediate stage between normal cognitive aging and dementia. The study found that cognitively normal people 70 or older who engaged in computer use, craft activities, social activities and playing games had a decreased risk of developi



:[DET KONTROVERSIELLE NEUROCORE-FIRMA]:
Betsy DeVos Invests in a Therapy Under Scrutiny
The nominee for education secretary is a chief investor in Neurocore, a group of brain performance centers whose methods have been questioned.



:[ALTRUISME - OG TARMBAKTERIER]:
Microbes may encourage altruistic behavior
(Phys.org)—Why do people commonly go out of their way to do something nice for another person, even when it comes at a cost to themselves—and how could such altruistic behavior have evolved? The answer may not just be in our genes, but also in our microbes.



:[LEGO SOCIALT NETVÆRK SIKKERT FOR BØRN]:
How Lego Built a Social Network for Kids That’s Not Creepy
Lego Life wants to be the internet's first troll-free zone.

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