Research

Lady Liberty To Get New Life

Lady Liberty To Get New Life

Researchers are trying to make a clone of the Lady Liberty cypress tree at Big Tree Park in Seminole County. With the aim of collecting fresh tissue of the tree, three climbers ascended the tree on December 28 2015. The trunk of the tree is 10 feet in thickness and the tree itself is about 90 feet tall.

UCLA researchers develop light-weight metal with impressive strength using magnesium, silicon carbide nanoparticles

UCLA researchers develop light-weight metal with impressive strength using magnesium, silicon carbide nanoparticles

UCLA researchers have come up with a light-weight impressively strong metal, using magnesium and silicon carbide nanoparticles. The team of researchers has said that the metal created by using silicon carbide nanoparticles on molten magnesium has an amazing strength-to-weight ratio.

UCLA Researchers develop Super Strong Metal using Ceramic Silicon Carbide Nanoparticles

UCLA Researchers develop Super Strong Metal using Ceramic Silicon Carbide Nanoparticles

Researchers at University of California, Los Angeles have developed high strength metal using magnesium and ceramic silicon carbide nanoparticles. The research team claimed that the metal has much better stiffness-to-weight ratio compared to strong materials used in the past. The metal created by UCLA team can withstand high heat without facing any changes in its properties.

FDA: Gay and bisexual men will now be able to donate blood

FDA: Gay and bisexual men will now be able to donate blood

FDA announced new regulations this week, according to which, gay and bisexual men will now be able to donate blood. With the new guidelines, a 32-year-old FDA ban under which blood donations from men who have had sex with men (MSM) was not allowed, has come to an end. It was enacted in 1983 because of concerns regarding the spread of the HIV virus via blood transfusions.

Health officials urging Californians to wash their hands frequently to guard against 'Winter vomiting disease'

Health officials urging Californians to wash their hands frequently to guard against 'Winter vomiting disease'

California officials have issued a warning that winter vomiting disease is on the rise. The state has already confirmed 32 outbreaks since October 1, which is far more compared to the nine cases reported last year.

Health officials have recommended people in California to wash their hands properly and frequently to avoid the infection.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Research