Scientists in the United States and Scotland say they have greatly improved a method of making direct measurements of quantum states without permanently altering them.
From Java’s to Kilbourn Hall to Kodak Hall in just 10 years. Cello-rock band Break of Reality emerged from Eastman School of Music as a student start-up and has grown into a modern instrumental ensemble with a list of accomplishments practically the length of Gibbs Street.
Social networks have become so common in our lives that we post everything on Facebook, Google+ or Twitter. As such we also post how we feel and if we feel sick. Researchers at the University of Rochester have now been able to use Twitter to predict how likely it is for a Twitter user to become sick.
“Sleep is such a dangerous thing to do, when you’re out in the wild,” Maiken Nedergaard, a Danish biologist who has been leading research into sleep function at the University of Rochester’s medical school, told me. “It has to have a basic evolutional function. Otherwise it would have been eliminated.”
A protein could signal the first signs of brain changes due to a concussion. With a finger-stick and a drop of blood, researchers from the University of Rochester say it may be possible to tell whether a player experienced a concussion.
People try everything from sleeping pills to exercise to help them get a good night’s sleep. Now, research suggests the best tactic might be to give up smoking. Researchers found smoking can disrupt sleep leading to conditions such as depression and anxiety.