Chest CT findings in coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pneumonia
306 articles from TUESDAY 3.3.2020
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The brains of shrimps and insects are more alike than we thought
New research on the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is a multi-center study (n=101) of the relationship between chest CT findings and the clinical conditions of COVID-19 pneumonia -- which determined that most patients with the disease have ground-glass opacities (GGO) (86.1%) or mixed GGO and consolidation (64.4%) and vascular enlargement in the lesion (71.3%). CT involvement score can help evaluate...
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Improved CRISPR gene drive solves problems of old tech
Crustaceans share a brain structure known to be crucial for learning and memory in insects, a research team discovered.
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Previous coronavirus daily briefing updates, Feb. 27-29
Gene drives use genetic engineering to create a desired mutation in a few individuals that then spreads via mating throughout a population in fewer than 10 generations.
New York's second coronavirus case — a 50-year-old male attorney — works at a law firm near Grand Central Terminal. Here's what we've learned about the patient.
Current daily briefings on the coronavirus can be found here. Scroll below to read previous reports, listed in eastern time.Seattle and King County health officials announced three new presumptive positive cases of coronavirus COVID-19, which included the person who died.Two of the new cases are associated with the Life Care nursing facility, a long-term care facility, according to Dr. Jeffery...
'It was such a panic': A woman's hangover triggered hysteria about coronavirus aboard her flight to Heathrow Airport
Business Insider confirmed the identity of the patient, a married father of 4 with a child who attends SAR, a private Jewish school in the...
Murder inquiries to be halted if coronavirus hits police numbers
Once back in the UK, Julia Walentin and her friend were quarantined for 14 days. They passed time by ordering "room service — with Corona to...
Design of inorganic materials for brain-like computing
Up to one-fifth of UK workforce could be off sick at peak of epidemic, government warnsPolice investigations into some homicides would be halted and 999 response times extended under contingency plans to help forces cope with a severe coronavirus outbreak, the Guardian has learned.As the number of confirmed UK cases reached 51, the government warned that up to a fifth of the workforce could be off...
- 20/3/3 21:57
Can't sleep? Prebiotics could help
Ever wish your computer could think like you do or perhaps even understand you? That future may not be now, but it's one step closer, thanks to scientists and engineers and their recent discovery of a materials-based mimic for the neural signals responsible for transmitting information within the human brain.
- 20/3/3 21:56
Jellyfish help us understand timing of egg production
New research shows that animals on a prebiotic diet sleep better and are buffered from the physiological impacts of stress. The undigestible dietary compounds, found in fibrous foods and some dairy products, serve as nourishment for beneficial bacteria and influence metabolites that, in turn, impact the brain.
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'It felt like we were in a bad dream:' Tennessee man shares terrifying story of brush with Nashville tornado
In animals, releasing eggs in a timely manner is vital to maximize the chances of successful fertilization. However, how this process evolved and is controlled in different species is poorly understood. A new regulator of egg release has been identified in jellyfish. The finding sheds light on how the complex hormonal control of sexual reproduction in animals evolved.
Honeywell unveils plan for 'most powerful' quantum computer
James Duncan, 27, had just eased into bed late on Monday night when a smartphone notification from AccuWeather alerted him and his girlfriend, Britni, of a life-threatening tornado that was fast approaching.This vital information was the first warning that they received about the confirmed tornado that was tracking toward their location in Germantown, located just north of downtown Nashville,...
Tornadoes tear though Tennessee, 22 dead
US manufacturing and technology group Honeywell said Tuesday it will bring to market "the world's most powerful quantum computer" aimed at tackling complex scientific and business challenges.
Researchers clarify how cells defend themselves from viruses
Tornadoes ripped through Tennessee early Tuesday, claiming at least 22 lives as they destroyed buildings and toppled power lines, hours before the southern US state began voting in Super Tuesday primaries.
Jellyfish help understand the timing of egg production
A protein known to help cells defend against infection also regulates the form and function of mitochondria, according to a new paper in Nature Communications.
The US could face shortages of crucial medicines like antibiotics and a heart drug because of the coronavirus. Here's what you need to know.
In animals, releasing eggs in a timely manner is vital to maximize the chances of successful fertilization.
Team sheds new light on design of inorganic materials for brain-like computing
Already, the US Food and Drug Administration reported a shortage of one drug, stemming from the outbreak, though it didn't name the...
NJIT researchers ready follow-up investigation bound for International Space Station
Ever wish your computer could think like you do or perhaps even understand you?
'Optical tweezers' help in quest for better cancer treatments
NJIT researchers will look to continue a successful string of space-bound studies at the International Space Station (ISS) when a new payload of experimental samples launches to the station with the SpaceX CRS-20 commercial cargo resupply mission.
Health experts warn coronavirus could be the 'Hurricane Sandy of epidemics'
Stem cells involved in replenishing human tissues and blood depend on an enzyme known as telomerase to continue working throughout our lives. When telomerase malfunctions, it can lead to both cancer and premature aging conditions. Roughly 90% of cancer cells require inappropriate telomerase activity to survive.
Atomic-scale imaging reveals secret to thin film strength
South Korean soldiers wearing protective gear walk to spray disinfectant as a precaution against the new coronavirus in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, March 3, 2020. China's coronavirus caseload continued to wane Tuesday even as the epidemic took a firmer hold beyond Asia. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man) Infectious disease experts working on the coronavirus, or COVID-19, warn that the outbreak could...
NASA maps show the effect of a quarantine on air pollution
An international team of scientists and engineers, led by University of Minnesota Associate Professor K. Andre Mkhoyan and Professor Emeritus Michael Tsapatsis (currently, a Bloomberg Distinguished Professor at Johns Hopkins University), have made a discovery that could further advance the use of ultra-thin zeolite nanosheets, which are used as specialized molecular filters. The discovery could...
A Sarasota Military Academy cadet and his mother have been quarantined over contact with a coronavirus patient just days after Vice President Mike Pence visited the Florida school
"This is the first time I have seen such a dramatic drop-off over such a wide area for a specific event," said NASA air quality researcher Fei Liu. She made that statement after NASA's Earth Observatory released maps showing a dramatic drop in air pollution in the Wuhan region. Industrial output in the region would have already been down significantly due to the Lunar New Year....
Coral Reefs in Turks and Caicos Islands resist global bleaching event
The student's mother came in contact with a patient who tested positive for COVID-19, but the pair isn't presenting any symptoms, the school...
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Scientists shed light on mystery of dark matter
A study that relied on citizen scientists to monitor the health of corals on Turks and Caicos Islands in the Caribbean from 2012 to 2018 found that 35 key coral species remained resilient during a 2014-17 global coral-bleaching event that harmed coral reefs around the world. Even corals that experienced bleaching quickly recovered, the researchers found. Some corals appeared healthier in 2017 than...
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Nuclear physicists are putting forward a new candidate for dark matter -- a particle they recently discovered called the d-star hexaquark.