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New method uses sound to see vividly inside living cells

A new nanoscale ultrasound technique for imaging live cells could rival the optical super-resolution techniques which ...

Researchers from The University of Nottingham have developed a groundbreaking technique that uses sound rather than light to see inside live cells. The new technique provides insight into the structure and behavior of cells that could rival the optical super-resolution techniques that won the 2014 Nobel Prize for Chemistry.

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Interview: Henrik Fisker talks new companies, the future of car design and … minivans

Henrik Fisker working his craft

The year is almost over, and Henrik Fisker has a lot to look back and reflect upon. Twenty-sixteen has been a whirlwind for the famous car designer and entrepreneur. Way back at its start, he teamed up with Bob Lutz and Gilbert Villarreal to create VLF Automotive and show the sinister Force 1. Along the way, he launched his own company and teased his forthcoming electric car and even designed a 164-foot (50-m) superyacht. Despite all on his plate, Fisker found a slice of time to chat with us about the diverse vehicles keeping him busy, the Fisker brand moving forward, the evolution of car design in a fast-changing automotive landscape, and, yep, even minivans.

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Schiller: Apple working with Consumer Reports to understand MacBook Pro battery results

Apple is working with Consumer Reports to better understand their MacBook Pro battery tests, according to Phil Schiller. The company’s SVP of marketing sent out a tweet late Friday night, saying CR’s test results don’t match Apple’s data. Schiller’s comments follow Consumer Reports’ scathing review of Apple’s new MacBook Pro, in which the product-testing...

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Dartz takes a bite out of modesty with over-the-top Black Alligator SUV

Prombron Black Alligator Presidential Edition

'Tis the season to think about ensuring your well-being in a fresh, new year. So why not cocoon yourself in a punishing SUV that looks like a colorful cinder block on wheels? The Prombron Black Alligator is the latest option in Dartz's stable of SUVs so ostentatious even the most shameless of dictators and oligarchs must blush a little when driving in public. The package drenches the 2016 Mercedes-AMG GLS63 in carbon, Kevlar, alligator skin, and, for those who need a little protection from the cruel world outside, Kevlar-titanium armor. Also available for buyers: 1,600 hp and a cascade of precious stones.

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Laser therapy blasts early-stage prostate cancer without killing patient’s mojo

Professor Mark Emberton believes VTP is

To get rid of the cancer cells or to let them be? That is the question men must grapple with when diagnosed with early-stage prostate cancer. While the risk it presents is minimal, the side effects of radical treatments designed to get rid of these low-grade cells are not and often cause far more damage than anticipated. For patients who would rather not risk these devastating side effects, there is active surveillance. As for those who would rather not live with the worry that their cancer might one day metastasize, there might be good news on the horizon: researchers in the UK have announced a new laser therapy treatment that can kill tumor cells without inflicting collateral damage on healthy tissue or the patient's lifestyle.

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