Western study finds co-infection with 'superbug' bacteria increases SARS-CoV-2 replication The study identifies a common protein from the Staphylococcus aureus bacteria boosts SARS-CoV-2 replication up to 15 times By Prabhjot Sohal , March 20, 2023 By Prabhjot Sohal , March 20, 2023 Global data shows nearly 10 per cent of severe COVID-19 cases involve a secondary bacterial co-infection – with Staphylococcus aureus, also known as Staph A.
"If you pick a spot in, say, a rainforest, and count the number of different species of lizards within 15 metres and you come up with a number," says Luke Mahler, "What determines that number?" Mahler is an assistant professor in the University of Toronto's department of ecology and evolutionary biology in the Faculty of Arts & Science.
Financial firms have moved in on Montreal's rental housing market New research indicates that a small percentage of financial landlords, like private equity firms and institutional investors, own four times more of Montreal's rental housing stock than was previously estimated.
Parasite treatments and preventatives we put on our pets are finding their way into UK waters in concentrations that are toxic to aquatic species.
Studies & Further Education People in Austria have great confidence in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), diagnostic and therapeutic methods of TCM should also be strengthened further in national healthcare systems.
Medicine & Science Climate protection and sustainability are among the major issues of the future. The concerns are also increasingly coming to the fore in the health sector. Anaesthesia, and intensive care in particular, contribute to greenhouse gas emissions through the use of pollutants such as anaesthetic gases and equipment such as heart-lung machines, which have a high energy consumption.
A new technique that combines highly detailed, real-time images of inside the body with a type of infrared light has, for the first time, been used during surgery to differentiate between cancerous tumours and healthy tissue.
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Professeure HES assistante - Professeur HES assistant avec pré-titularisation conditionnelle dans les... HES-SO Genève, HEPIA site Lullier, 150 route de Presinge, 1254 Jussy / HEPIA site Genève, 4 rue de la Prairie, 1202 Genève
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Leiter:in Research Office Fachhochschule Graubünden, Chur
Wissenschaftliche*r Mitarbeiter*in (70 - 80%) für das vom SNF bewilligte Mixed-Methods Forschungsprojekt... Hochschule Luzern - Soziale Arbeit
Wissenschaftliche:r Projektmitarbeiter:in Fachhochschule Graubünden, Chur
PostDoc ’Regional Modelling of Agricultural N2O Emissions’ Agroscope, Zurich
Ärztin/Arzt als Lehrkoordinator*in Klinik (40-60%) Universität Bern
Research Scientist or Senior Research Scientist in IoT Systems and Software Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts
Software Engineer IoT Systems and Software Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts
Senior Laboratory Technician Biochemistry (80-100%)/ Senior Labortechniker Biochemie (80-100%) leadXpro AG, Villigen
Wissenschaftliche*r Mitarbeiter*in AR/VR und Mediendidaktik (90–100 %, Job-Sharing möglich) Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz FHNW, Windisch
Assistant Professor (with Tenure Track) for Data Science in Diabetes Care University of Bern
PhD Position - Doctoral Network on Grassland Mixtures Agroscope, 8046 Zürich (Reckenholz)
Assistant Professor (Tenure Track) or Associate Professor in Applied Psychology UNIL - Faculté des SSP, 1015 Lausanne
PhD Candidate position in Immunology (100%) CK-CARE AG, Davos Wolfgang
A bitter truth: 30 years of child welfare data reveals systemic inequities, racism and harm
Master's Open Day: relaxed, positive and informative
Leading UCL-supported women entrepreneurs receive Innovate UK awards
Eveline Crone selected as Distinguished NIAS-Lorentz Fellow 2023/24
Marshgate handover marks key milestone for UCL East campus on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
Imperial launches new scholarship for sub-Saharan Africa PhD students
Exploring New Catalysts and Photomaterials
Greater Manchester secures multi-million investment to improve the diagnosis and treatment of disease to save more lives
Yoy, lecturer and researcher Breda University of Applied Sciences
Groundbreaking project at Taubman College involving novel 3D concrete printing method
EPFL hones efforts to ensure new technology is sustainable
Exploring the nanoworld of biogenic gems
Creation of the Labo des Minots
Human Brain Project 2023 Summit - Achievements and Future of Digital Brain Research
MIT's Barry Duncan demonstrates the power of writing in reverse
Making more bone about it
Inspired by their chance to make a difference
Major government funding for Greater Manchester innovation in materials, health and AI
DOE Renews Funding for Berkeley Lab's Joint BioEnergy Institute
Replacing fossil fuels used in the chemical industry with biomass
Swiss water research at the UN Summit in New York
Practice Based Research: 'A Journey with Two Maps'
NASA Uses 30-Year Satellite Record to Track and Project Rising Seas
Schoolkids take up the animal research challenge for British Science Week
Construction Langezijds completed: ITC Faculty on campus in April 2023