Why llama antibodies could open the door for a universal flu vaccine
An artificial antibody protected mice against dozens of flu strains, according to a study published Nov. 2 in Science.
How Much Snow Can a Roof Hold?
If your neighborhood is lying under a thick blanket of snow, you may be wondering, "How much snow can a roof hold?" That's not an easy question to answer.
Furman to hold commencement May 10
Furman Interim President Carl Kohrt will serve as speaker when the school holds its commencement exercises Saturday, May 10 at 7:30 p.m. in Paladin Stadium. Graduating senior Allie Simmons, a communication studies major from Dallas, Tex., will be the student speaker. Furman will award approximately
CWCMC holds W.I.S.H. recital benefit on May 20
The Chicago West Community Music Center will hold its first annual W.I.S.H. Recital benefit and fundraiser on Saturday, May 20 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at...
Why chatbots may be the glue that holds IoT together
Chatbots should be more than a party trick; and at this stage, many of their use cases leave much to be desired. But repairing their conversational shortcomings could create value where we never thought possible, and potentially be the engine that drives the IoT landscape forward.
What are Antinuclear Antibodies?
Antinuclear antibodies (ANA) are autoantibodies directed against the nuclei of some of one’s own body cells. They are present in the blood in persons with certain autoimmune disorders.
What the future may hold for Tomorrowland at Disneyland
By By Brady MacDonald The Iron Man Tech: Presented by Stark Industries exhibit at Disneyland's Innoventions building. (Disney) The eternal problem with Tomorrowland is that the commonplace reality of today inevitably catches up to and ultimately surpasses the ultramodern imagined future of yesterday Disneyland's forward-looking land of tomorrow has seen many evolutions since opening day in 1955. Through the years, there have been major expansions in…
Virtualized Home Networks: What the Future May Hold
by Chris Busch, Incognito Software Systems As the residential subscriber becomes more sophisticated, cable operators seek unique technology that not only engages their most advanced customers, but serves their entire customer base with improved troubleshooting and predictive support tools Virtualization is already deployed for many business customers today. In these deployments, operators have been able to simplify the physical platforms deployed to the customer and have…
How sonar may hold key to finding plane
The BBC's Richard Westcott went to see the sonar equipment likely to be used in the search for the flight recorders of missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370.
Why elephants may hold cure for cancer: Study
A new study shows the rareness of cancer among elephants may hold clues to treatment for humans. Joshua Schiffman, M.D. and Alana Feld, Feld Entertainment, discuss funding efforts to support continued studies.
What 2019 may hold for your finances
It's tough to know what each new year may hold. But when it comes to economic issues, there are usually enough indicators to provide a solid glimpse into what's ahead.
Why Tortillas May Hold The Key To Healthier Babies
In the U.S., pastas and breads come with a dose of folic acid, a B vitamin that prevents severe neural tube birth defects. But it's not allowed in corn masa, a staple for many Hispanic women.
Why Grandmothers May Hold The Key To Human Evolution
What made us human might have had less to do with men out hunting, and a lot more to do with what was going on at home — with grandmas and babies.
Why Emerging Technologies May Hold the Future of Fashion
As fashion becomes more reliant on content marketing, startups focused on sophisticated analytics, 3D printing and other emerging technologies come to the industry's forefront.