• A new compact diffractive imager for subwavelength resolution

    LOS ANGELES - -- UCLA researchers have created a new type of imager that can capture features much smaller than the limitations of traditional optical systems. This innovation has the potential to revolutionize fields like bioimaging, lithography and.... Read more

  • Information-Hiding Camera: Breakthrough Optical Technology Conceals Data in Plain Sight

    LOS ANGELES - -- The team from UCLA has introduced an information-hiding camera that integrates an optical encoder with an electronic decoder, jointly optimized through deep learning. This novel system optically transforms sensitive input images into.... Read more

  • UCLA Researchers Develop Breakthrough Technology for Optical Phase Conjugation

    LOS ANGELES - -- Scientists at UCLA have unveiled a groundbreaking technology that could revolutionize the fields of imaging and optical communications. Led by Aydogan Ozcan and his team, the research introduces an all-optical phase conjugation (OPC.... Read more

  • Misophonia Matters Book Offers Practical Coping Tips and Hope for Persons Struggling with Misophonia

    COLUMBIA, Mo. - -- Misophonia Matters is an advocacy-based coping skills approach for adults, teens, and clinicians by long-time advocate Shaylynn Hayes-Raymond. Shaylynn has been advocating for misophonia since 2015 and moved to a career in counselling... Read more

  • City May Spray Clouds to Fight Global Warming, But

    A Successful Experiment and Scientific Study Suggest a Better Way. Read more

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    Neurolixis expands rare autism disorders research program

    Neurolixis issued a new US patent for treatment of Fragile X syndrome with NLX-101. Read more

  • New Imager Acquires Amplitude and Phase Information without Digital Processing

    LOS ANGELES - -- Traditional optical imaging technologies rely on intensity-based sensors that can only capture the amplitude of light, leaving out the crucial phase information. Phase information provides insights into structural properties such as.... Read more

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    Antigua and Barbuda host United Nations Conference at American University of Antigua's Campus

    NEW YORK - -- In a landmark event that underscores its commitment to global sustainability and education, Antigua and Barbuda is currently hosting the United Nation's Fourth International Conference on Small Island Developing States (SIDS4) at American.... Read more

  • ASCLD Recognizes Idaho State Police Forensic Services with 2024 Forensic Research Committee Award

    Idaho State Police Forensic Services Receives Outstanding Evaluation/Validation Award. Read more

  • Meet The Barringer Crater Company's Scientific Advisors

    FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - -- As the Barringer Crater Company begins its next strategic plan, the Board thanks Dr. David Kring, Principal Scientist for the Lunar and Planetary Institute, for 24 years of service, invites Dr. Christian Koeberl, Professor of.... Read more

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    Focusing on Treatment Education this May for Skin Cancer Awareness Month in Italy

    MILAN - -- OncoBeta® GmbH, a global medical device company specialising in innovative therapies for non-melanoma skin cancers (NMSCs), is supporting World Skin Cancer Awareness Month (May 2024) by focusing on educating patients suffering with NMSCs.... Read more

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    Focusing on Treatment Education this May for Skin Cancer Awareness Month in Germany

    MUNICH - -- OncoBeta® GmbH, a global medical device company specialising in innovative therapies for non-melanoma skin cancers (NMSCs), is supporting World Skin Cancer Awareness Month (May 2024) by focusing on educating patients suffering with NMSCs.... Read more

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    Focusing on Treatment Education in Austria this May for Skin Cancer Awareness Month

    VIENNA - -- OncoBeta® GmbH, a global medical device company specialising in innovative therapies for non-melanoma skin cancers (NMSCs), is supporting World Skin Cancer Awareness Month (May 2024) by focusing on educating patients suffering with NMSCs.... Read more

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    Focusing on Treatment Education this May for Skin Cancer Awareness Month in Australia

    GOLD COAST, Australia - -- OncoBeta® GmbH, a global medical device company specialising in innovative therapies for non-melanoma skin cancers (NMSCs), is supporting World Skin Cancer Awareness Month (May 2024) by focusing on educating patients.... Read more

  • ASCLD Recognizes 2023 Foresight Maximus Award Recipients

    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - -- The American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors (ASCLD) announced sixteen forensic laboratories as recipients of the Foresight Maximus Award, a distinction recognizing the top performing forensic laboratories in the world based.... Read more

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    Pet Professional Guild Announces New Event Titled Celebrating Life Together—A Pet-Approved Event

    Pet Professional Guild Announces New Event Titled Celebrating Life Together—A Pet-Approved Event The August event includes a three-day virtual education event and a month-long community outreach competition whose aim is to saturate social media and local . Read more

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    Inaugural World Synaesthesia Day announced, Oxford- UK, on May 11, 2024

    The UKSA and ASA announce the first-ever World Synaesthesia Day This global day will raise awareness of synaesthesia, build support for young people and their families, connect a knowledgeable global community of academic and research experts, artists, an. Read more

  • Logical Biological Honoured with The King's Award for Enterprise

    SANDWICH, U.K. - -- Logical Biological, a leader in the provision of high-quality biological specimens, has been honoured with a King's Award for Enterprise. This prestigious award recognises Logical Biological's excellence in International Trade for.... Read more

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    CCHR Says Mental Health Awareness Month Should Support a Ban on Electroshock

    Group protests the American Psychiatric Association meeting during May's Mental Health Month, calling for legislation to define forced treatment as torture and to ban electroshock treatment.. Read more

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    "Sex On the Wrong Brain" Book and Site Blame Masturbation For Anti Abortion Misogyny, Patriarchy

    The provocative theory presented in the book "Sex On the Wrong Brain" and website of the same name claims control of women and women's reproductive rights is not a byproduct of authoritarianism but an essential component of the sexual repression that fuel. Read more

  • Eva Garland Consulting Wins U.S. SBA's 2024 Growth Accelerator Fund Competition

    Prize recognizes company's accomplishments in promoting equitable access to entrepreneurship. Read more