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Tech Xplore / Cybersecurity and data protection: Does ChatGPT really make a difference?

An analysis published in the Journal for International Business and Entrepreneurship Development has looked at the various approaches to cybersecurity and data protection taken by key global players, namely the European Union ...

16 minutes ago in Security
Tech Xplore / Freezing electronics to control diamond spin qubits

Researchers from Fujitsu and QuTech have developed new and ultra-cold electronic circuits to control diamond-based quantum bits. As a result of their joint research project, it becomes possible to build larger quantum computers, ...

29 minutes ago in Electronics & Semiconductors
Medical Xpress / Self-administered blood test shows promise for checking heart health

Researchers at Murdoch University's Australian National Phenome Center have delivered a self-administered blood test that could revolutionize the landscape of cardiovascular risk assessment.

28 minutes ago in Cardiology
Medical Xpress / New research suggests boosting potassium is key for blood pressure control

While reducing salt intake has been the focus of dietary advice to control high blood pressure (hypertension), a new study suggests that upping your potassium intake can be at least as important.

28 minutes ago in Health
Phys.org / Wide variation in rates of police killings suggests unnecessary deaths

One in three police homicides could have been avoided without endangering police or the public, according to a study published in PNAS Nexus. Eight percent of all homicides of adult men in the United States are committed ...

28 minutes ago in Other Sciences
Medical Xpress / Analysis of research grants pipeline illustrates systematic disadvantages

Of the more than 3,000 extramural K99 awards granted between 2008 and 2021, none were to an investigator at a Historically Black College or University (HBCU), based on a new analysis published in eLife.

11 minutes ago in Medical research
Medical Xpress / Severe maternal grief associated with increased risk of heart failure in child

Prenatal stress is a potential risk factor for cardiovascular disease in offspring later in life. In a new study published today in JACC: Heart Failure, maternal loss of a partner or child shortly before or during pregnancy ...

37 minutes ago in Cardiology
Medical Xpress / Heart rhythm holds the key to treating psychological trauma, suggests study

Researchers from Murdoch University have discovered that a simple measure of heart rate variability, taken at rest or during sleep, can identify a person's optimal treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder.

14 minutes ago in Psychology & Psychiatry
Medical Xpress / Study finds mitochondrial activation in transplanted cells promotes regenerative therapy for heart failure

Heart failure stands as a leading cause of mortality worldwide, demanding advanced treatment options. Despite the urgency for more effective treatments, options for severe heart failure remain limited. Cell transplantation ...

1 hour ago in Cardiology
Phys.org / How to dim the consequences of global light pollution

Our ancestors could look up and see the Milky Way—our galaxy—as a large band of white light stretching across the sky. Because of light pollution, that's no longer the case. One study estimated that 60% of Europeans and ...

52 minutes ago in Earth
Phys.org / JWST sees a Milky Way-like galaxy coming together in the early universe

The gigantic galaxies we see in the universe today, including our own Milky Way galaxy, started out far smaller. Mergers throughout the universe's 13.7 billion years gradually assembled today's massive galaxies. But they ...

56 minutes ago in Astronomy & Space
Phys.org / Net zero policy risks are making the poor poorer, says UK report

The poorest 40% of U.K. households will be most impacted by existing net zero policies, leading to further deprivation and exclusion, new research reveals.

17 minutes ago in Other Sciences