Novel Chemical ‘Washes Away’ Alzheimer’s Plaque in Mice

Researchers have found a molecule that breaks down the clumps of protein linked with Alzheimer’s disease. Source: Novel Chemical ‘Washes Away’ Alzheimer’s Plaque in Mice Can this be applied to treat or protect from TSE? Reference http://www.nature.com/ncomms/2015/151208/ncomms9997/full/ncomms9997.html PDF of original journal submission

The Fabrikator by Bruce Sterling

Fantasy and Science Fiction: ‘Kiosk’ by Bruce Sterling | Beyond the Beyond | WIRED

THE FABRIKATOR WAS UGLY, noisy, a fire hazard, and it smelled. Borislav got it for the kids in the neighborhood. One snowy morning, in his work gloves, long coat, and fur hat, he loudly power-sawed through the wall of his kiosk. He duct-taped and stapled the fabrikator into place. The Continue Reading

Researchers Develop Off-Grid Sterilization with Solar Steam

Original article: Researchers Develop Off-Grid Sterilization with Solar Steam. Copyright 2013 by Virgo Publishing http://www.infectioncontroltoday.com/ Posted on: 07/22/2013 Rice University graduate student Oara Neumann, left, and scientist Naomi Halas are co-authors of a new study about a highly efficient method of turning sunlight into heat. They expect their technology to Continue Reading