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  1. IIT Roorkee researchers discover a Novel Drug to tackle the deadly Chikungunya Virus

    Crazyengineers.com - Technology 10.07 / 11:51 crazyengineers.com
    In what could be the first of its kind breakthrough, researchers at IIT Roorkee have zeroed in on the drug called Piperazine, to tackle the deadly Chikungunya disease. Having discovered the anti-viral properties of the drug, their painstaking research has shown that the spread and replication of the Chikungunya virus can be efficiently curbed in a lab setting with this already existing drug in the market. Developing a new antiviral drug molecule can take over a decade, and that is the…
  2. IIT Roorkee researchers discover a Novel Drug to tackle the deadly Chikungunya Virus

    Crazyengineers.com - Technology 10.07 / 10:43 crazyengineers.com
    In what could be the first of its kind breakthrough, researchers at IIT Roorkee have zeroed in on the drug called Piperazine, to tackle the deadly Chikungunya disease. Having discovered the anti-viral properties of the drug, their painstaking research has shown that the spread and replication of the Chikungunya virus can be efficiently curbed in a lab setting with this already existing drug in the market. Developing a new antiviral drug molecule can take over a decade, and that is the…
  3. Nintendo And Dark Horse To Publish ARMS Graphic Novel

    Ubergizmo.com - Technology 10.07 / 00:22 ubergizmo.com
    One of the fun and quirky games that Nintendo unveiled early on for the Nintendo Switch is ARMS. It is a fighting game but in Nintendo’s style of colorful and weird characters whose arms could extend like springs (hence the name, we guess?). Now the game itself doesn’t really have much of a story to it, but that’s something Nintendo is hoping to change.Nintendo has recently announced that together with Dark Horse, a graphic novel based on ARMS is expected to be launched in the fall of 2018…
  4. Polymer composite combines novel properties

    Materialstoday.com - Science 10.06 / 17:14 materialstoday.com
    Hybrid filler obtained by synthesizing carbon nanofibres, by chemical vapour deposition, on the surface of hollow glass microspheres. (Courtesy of Roberto Guzman de Villoria.)Composites that simultaneously combine light weight with high electrical and low thermal conductivity are very desirable for aerospace, marine, and energy applications but are hard to achieve in practice. Now researchers think they may have the answer in the form of hollow glass microspheres covered with carbon…
  5. A Novel Textile Material That Keeps Itself Germ-Free

    Soylentnews.org - Technology 10.06 / 17:08 soylentnews.org
    Phoenix666 writes:Scientists have developed a novel weapon in the battle against deadly hospital-acquired infections - a textile that disinfects itself.And independent tests show it can reduce bacteria levels by more than 90 per cent.By incorporating the specially-engineered textile in a device designed to be used on hospital doors instead of the traditional aluminium door plate, that part of the door that people push to open it - they aim to bolster hand hygiene.The self-disinfecting…
  6.  Local author launches novel with book signing

    Normantranscript.com - Norman 10.06 / 08:49 normantranscript.com
    Norman resident Kris Lackey's debut mystery novel, set in the modern Chickasaw Nation, launches Oct. 10 at Barnes and Noble, 540 Ed Noble Pkwy. Lackey will do a book signing from 6:30-8 p.m. The book has received promising reviews…
  7. Nisio Isin Pens Sequel to "Juni Taisen" Novel

    Activeanime.com - TV&Movies 10.06 / 05:53 activeanime.com
    "Juni Taisen vs. Juni Taisen" hits bookstores in Japan on December 12, 2018October has been a big month for Nisio Isin's Chinese Zodiac-themed "battle royal" novel, Juni Taisen: not only has an anime adaptation begun airing, but the book is also getting a new softcover release in Japan from Shueisha, a new hardcover release in North America from Viz Media, and a sequel novel entitled Juni Taisen vs. Juni Taisen that will be released in Japan in December of…
  8. Michael Bay’s 451 Brings Graphic Novels from Hollywood Talent to NYCC

    Awn.com - TV&Movies 10.06 / 03:02 awn.com
    Nine collected editions of comics by writers behind hits such as ‘The Deuce,’ ‘The Fast and Furious’ premiere at the annual show…
  9. "Chaos;Child" Visual Novel Trailer Introduces the Gigalomaniacs

    Activeanime.com - TV&Movies 10.06 / 02:51 activeanime.com
    PS4 and PS Vita release arrives in the west this monthPQube is bringing Chaos;Child to PS4 and PS Vita in the west this month, so it's time to get to know some of its characters. Meet Takuru Miyashiro, Shinji Itou, Serika Onoe, Nono Kurusu, Hinae Arimura, and other members of the visual novel's cast after the…
  10. DYNAMITE SIGNS PETER DAVID, AWARD-WINNING WRITER OF COMIC BOOKS, NOVELS, TELEVISION, MOVIES, AND VIDEO GAMES FOR ULTIMAT

    Classic 1978 and Reimagined 2003 Battlestar Galactica Series Collide in Award-Winning Author’s Upcoming Comic Book Crossover October 4, 2017, Mt. Laurel, NJ:  Dynamite Entertainment is proud to announce the ultimate Battlestar Galactica series that’s been nearly 35 years in the making – The Classic Battlestar Galactica team Vs. the New ones from Ron Moore …
  11. Three Hamptons Based Novels to Enjoy in Fall 2017

    Danspapers.com - Arts&Culture 10.06 / 02:28 danspapers.com
    Take a gander at these three Hamptons novels you can enjoy this fall.: Water Baby by Susan Israelson, Holiday in the Hamptons by Sarah Morgan, and Violet Rose: The Encroaching Sea by Elizabeth Cooke. [caption id="attachment_258937" align="aligncenter" width="295"] "Holiday in the Hamptons" by Sarah Morgan[/caption] Sarah Morgan is known for smart, sophisticated writing imbued with her trademark humor and sensuality. Her latest novel, Holiday in the Hamptons, is sure to thrill her many f…
  12. New study reveals novel gene involved in maintaining body weight

    News-medical.net -Health 10.04 / 18:09 www.news-medical.net
    A new study published online in The FASEB Journal reveals a novel gene involved in maintaining body weight. Specifically, the study suggests that GTRAP3-18 interacts with pro-opiomelanocortin (POMC) in the hypothalamus to regulate food intake and blood glucose…
  13. Dan Brown's new novel 'Origin' pits artificial intelligence against religion

    Dw.com - Lifestyle 10.04 / 17:26 dw.com
    The American author, whose stories swirl with conspiracy theories, symbolism and secrets, has published his latest novel. In "Origin," Brown's protagonist Robert Langdon once again embarks on a perilous…
  14. Scientists Develop Novel Graphene-Based Cement for Rebuilding Structures Damaged by Storms

    Azobuild.com - Technology 10.04 / 13:19 azobuild.com
    Although graphene's unsurpassed strength as a material was made clear back in the 20th century, the construction industry still relies on traditional techniques and products for the most…
  15. Novel 3D-printed spine models to provide surgical training before live operations

    News-medical.net -Health 10.04 / 11:27 www.news-medical.net
    Researchers are 3D printing replica human vertebrae which act and feel like real bone tissue to help train spinal surgeons before they go into live…
  16. Novel agents appear to halt growth and progression of Ewing sarcoma

    News-medical.net -Health 10.04 / 09:37 www.news-medical.net
    When combined with an already FDA-approved chemotherapy, a novel agent developed by researchers at Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, appears to halt the ability of Ewing sarcoma to grow and…