Neuropsychiatric Risks of COVID: New Data

The neuropsychiatric ramifications of severe COVID-19 infection appear to be no different than for other severe acute respiratory infections (SARI). Results of a large study showed risks of new neuropsychiatric illness were significantly and similarly in adults surviving either severe COVID-19 infection or other SARI, compared with the general population. This suggests that disease severity, … Read more

Zero Emissions Autonomous Coastal Vessel, Project Ronin, Inductive Charging System With 2 Power Classes — EV News Today

Not enough EV stories here on CleanTechnica every day? We agree. There’s a tsunami of stories that come in every day, and here are a few more of them for your reading enjoyment. Zero-Emissions Marine Vehicles DB Schenker plans to operate a zero-emission autonomous coastal container feeder for Ekornes ASA in Norway DB Schenker plans … Read more

The Role of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation in Major Depressive Disorder

This transcript has been edited for clarity. Madhukar Trivedi, MD: Hello. Welcome to the podcast. My name is Madhukar Trivedi. I’m professor of psychiatry at UT Southwestern and the founding director of the Center for Depression Research and Clinical Care. Today it gives me great pleasure to introduce my colleague and friend, Dr Jonathan Downar, … Read more

Energy Researchers Invent Chameleon Metal That Acts Like Many Others

Research could improve efficiency for storing renewable energy, making carbon-free fuels, and manufacturing sustainable materials Research News, College of Science & Engineering, University of Minnesota Twin Cities — A team of energy researchers led by the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities have invented a groundbreaking device that electronically converts one metal into behaving like another … Read more