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Clarigent’s New Listening App Can Assist In Early Mental Health Diagnosis

13-Oct-2020 | Market Research Store
Recently, a mental health technology company named Clarigent Health has developed Clairity, which is an app-based listening tool created to help mental health professionals take clinical decisions. This new app basically scrutinizes speech using artificial intelligence (AI) that is programmed to identify patients with suicidal tendencies. In addition to the mental health professionals education, practice, and years of experience, this tool provides an extra objective metric that will assist in

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Cut-Rate Dried Blood Sampling Offers Wider Access To Antibody Testing

13-Oct-2020 | Market Research Store
According to the University of Birmingham, the researchers are now exploring the use of dried blood spot samples (DBS) to provide a reliable and accurate substitute to venous or capillary blood sampling in identifying SARS-CoV-2 antibody tests. This new study is a breakthrough during the time of COVID-19 pandemic. At present, the antibody testing is carried out using serum and plasma to detect the presence of the coronavirus. However, the major drawback of this method is the requirement of com

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Eyeglasses Are Predicted To The Fourth Defensive Measure Against Coronavirus

13-Oct-2020 | Market Research Store
Wearing masks has turned into a trend during this COVID-19 pandemic. However, it is not just the mask that is a must but we also need to maintain social distancing and wash our hands frequently to avoid the virus from entering our body. However, recently a research team from China has advised the need for a fourth defensive tool to tackle from being infected by the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19. This fourth measure is to protect our eyes using goggles or any form of spectacles. It has

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Meditation And Yoga Could Be The New Treatment To Relieve Pain

13-Oct-2020 | Market Research Store
People dealing with chronic pain and depression are generally advised by the medical professionals to take up mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) course as it was found to improve patients perceptions of pain, mood, and functional capacity. The latest study published in the Journal of the American Osteopathic Association shows the researchers striving toward finding a solution to people cope with pain. In majority of the medical conditions, chronic pain is a common symptom and there are

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Researchers Are Working Toward Building Smart Plastics

13-Oct-2020 | Market Research Store
Smart packaging could actually help increase the shelf life of the packed products. Furthermore, imagine having cloths that adjust when worn or plastic robots work depending on the environmental conditions. Researchers have thus thought of creating smart plastics with the ability to react as per the environment, such as humid, high or low temperature, or light. Researchers thus produced bulk plastics without making any major changes in the current industrial processing methods. The idea of mak

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Researchers Build A Biosensor Similar To That Of Our Nose

13-Oct-2020 | Market Research Store
Human nose is found to have the potential of differentiating trillion types of odor using the 400 types of scent receptors present inside the nose. Every aroma can be smelled quickly as the system of interrelated receptors and neurons transfer signals to the brain, which then identifies and reads the pattern and its connotation. Thus, a team from Rosa Biotech, which is a part of the University of Bristol, has developed a biosensor which is similar to that of the human nose in terms of function

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Researchers Have Found A New Green Catalyst In Blue-Green Algae

12-Oct-2020 | Market Research Store
The TU Graz and Ruhr University Bochum researchers have presented a study in the journal ACS Catalysis wherein the catalytic function of cyanobacteria is studied in-depth. This organism also called blue-green algae brings biotechnological and eco-friendly application a big step closer. Even though the cyanobacteria are known to stain the water green it is still called as blue-green algae. Furthermore, it has the ability to convert light energy into chemical energy using its highly active photo

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Spinach Is The New Green Catalyst That Can Power Fuel Cells

12-Oct-2020 | Market Research Store
Spinach takes us down the memory lane wherein it was a power generator for Popeye. However, it is something that majority of the kids refrain from eating. This green leafy vegetable is packed with nutrients that provide the necessary energy needed in humans. Furthermore, it also has been found to have the capability to power fuel cells. According to the researchers from American University, spinach can be transformed into nanosheets that act as a catalyst for an oxygen reduction reaction in me

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Unique Printing Technology Could Make Invisible Image Development Possible

12-Oct-2020 | Market Research Store
The team from ITMO University has created an inkjet printing technology that is anticipated to help develop images that are visible in polarized light like when using a smartphone screen. This novel tool will aid manufacturers secure their merchandises from forgery. The new chemistry method is a solution that can be applied to high resolution arranged nanostructures. The creation of images that are invisible to the naked eye is possible through the use of unique colloidal ink made from nanosca

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Green Protein Production Is Ready To Set A New Era In The Food Industry

08-Oct-2020 | Market Research Store
Researchers have long being trying to develop a protein to combat the escalating levels of environmental challenges. It has also been found that the traditional processes need more space in sea or land area and also increases the carbon footprint and lowers resources. There are few start-ups that are working on developing protein through bacterial fermentation of gases. Across the globe, there are meat-free proteins being consumed on a large scale and these proteins are made using soy and pea

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