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Localizing this sites content requires Local Storage. Please enable local storage if you would like to see content specific to your JDRF chapter.JDRF funds research that transforms the lives of people with type 1 diabetes (T1D). We want a cure, and we

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JDRF funds research that transforms the lives of people with type 1 diabetes (T1D). We want a cure, and we won’t stop until we find one. Along the way, we will continue to drive scientific progress that delivers new treatments and therapies that make day-to-day life with T1D easier, safer and healthier.

Artificial pancreas systems will eliminate the constant burden of managing T1D and reduce the risk of complications. They will monitor glucose levels around the clock and automatically provide the right amount of insulin, and potentially other hormones, at the right time, dramatically improving life with T1D.

Localizing this site's content requires Local Storage. Please enable local storage if you would like to see content specific to your JDRF chapter.

JDRF funds research that transforms the lives of people with type 1 diabetes (T1D). We want a cure, and we won’t stop until we find one. Along the way, we will continue to drive scientific progress that delivers new treatments and therapies that make day-to-day life with T1D easier, safer and healthier.

Artificial pancreas systems will eliminate the constant burden of managing T1D and reduce the risk of complications. They will monitor glucose levels around the clock and automatically provide the right amount of insulin, and potentially other hormones, at the right time, dramatically improving life with T1D.

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What nature seems to perform effortlessly with photosynthesis has proven to be an immense hurdle for scientists trying to mimic it with so called artificial leafs. In recent years, important breakthroughs have been made with this scope in mind, yet the artificial leaf is so inefficient at the moment that it’s absolutely not worth pursuing on a large scale. Researchers at Arizona State University report considerable advances toward perfecting a functional artificial leaf.

The thing is, as scientists first understood some decades ago, mimicking photosynthesis is a whole lot harder than it seems. The researchers took a closer look at how nature had overcome a related problem in the part of the photosynthetic process where water is oxidized to yield oxygen.

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