Clinically Proven Automated Nutrition App Can Help People Follow Healthier Diet

[ad_1] A new research paper shows that an app improved healthy diet in clinical trials, showing that people could benefit from fully automated personal nutritional advice. People may benefit from automated personal nutritional advice, according to a new study that found an app enhanced healthy diet in clinical trials. A research paper published today (April […]

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Miniature Wide-Angle Camera Created With Array of Metalenses Could Fit Into Smartphones

[ad_1] Traditional high-quality wide-angle camera lenses are large. New design could enable high-quality wide-angle cameras that can possibly fit into smartphones. Researchers have designed a new compact camera that acquires wide-angle images of high-quality using an array of metalenses — flat nanopatterned surfaces used to manipulate light. By eliminating the bulky and heavy lenses typically […]

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Do Cell Phones Cause Cancer? Latest Study Finds No Increase in Risk of Brain Tumors

[ad_1] No increased risk of brain tumors for mobile phone users, new study finds. Longstanding fears that using mobile phones may increase the risk of developing a brain tumor have been reignited recently by the launch of 5G (fifth generation) mobile wireless technologies. Mobile phones emit radiofrequency waves which, if absorbed by tissues, can cause […]

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Turn Your Cell Phone Into a Space Monitoring Tool

[ad_1] Model of the well-known October 30, 2003, Halloween solar storm produced by the MIDAS tomographic ionospheric model from the University of Bath. Credit: University of Bath A newly released Android app will turn your smartphone into an instrument for crowdsourced science. Leave it by your window each night with your satnav positioning turned on […]

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