Young Blood, Cinnamon Memory, Microplastic Filter
Today you’ll learn about how scientists are using a drug meant for arthritis to mimic blood transfusions, how cinnamon could potentially be improving our brain’s health, and how a new filter is capable of removing 99% of microplastics from water.
- “Arthritis drug mimics "young blood" transfusions to reverse aging in mice” By Michael Irving
- “Stromal niche inflammation mediated by IL-1 signalling is a targetable driver of haematopoietic ageing” by Carl A. Mitchell et al. (PAYWALL)
- “Will revitalizing old blood slow aging?” by COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY IRVING MEDICAL CENTER
- “Cinnamon and cognitive function: a systematic review of preclinical and clinical studies” by Samaneh Nakhaee et al.
- “Cinnamon Improves Your Memory And Cognition” by GrrlScientist
- “High-efficiency water filter removes 99.9% of microplastics in 10 seconds” By Michael Irving
- “Supramolecular Engineering of Amorphous Porous Polymers for Rapid Adsorption of Micropollutants and Solar-Powered Volatile Organic Compounds Management” by Wansu Cho et al.
- “Meet Gilbert: The robotic fish designed to help clean plastic from our waterways” by Steven Yabionski
- “What are volatile organic compounds (VOCs)?” by EPA
- “Eco-friendly materials capable of purifying water at high speed with inexpensive raw materials” by DGIST (Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology)
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