Astronomy - Apr 20
The University of Cambridge is creating a new research initiative, bringing together physicists, chemists, biologists, mathematicians, and earth scientists to answer fundamental questions on the origin and nature of life in the Universe.
Health - Apr 20

A team led by a UCL clinical academic has outlined the mechanism behind rare cases of blood clots and low platelets seen in patients who have had the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine. The new study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine , highlights the importance of rapidly spotting this new syndrome, known as vaccine-induced thrombosis and thrombocytopenia (VITT), as it requires a very different treatment from what is typically recommended for thrombosis.

Pharmacology - Apr 20

The decision to stop prescribing long-term anti-depressants should be made only after careful preparation by GPs and their patients, University of Queensland research has found. The qualitative study was based on interviews with 22 GPs working in urban and regional areas, who said there was no standardised approach.

Psychology - Apr 20

Scientists have shown that when we look at each other, our attention is focused on the social interaction, disrupting our perception of time.

Health - Apr 20

A new UCLA study finds that the proportion of physicians who are Black in the U.S. has increased by only 4 percentage points over the past 120 years, and that the share of doctors who are Black men remains unchanged since 1940.

Life Sciences - Apr 20
Life Sciences

Genome editing in farm animals - Genetically engineered animals provide important insights into the molecular basis of health and disease.

Environment - Apr 20

Scientists from The Australian National University (ANU) are looking for volunteers to help create Australia's longest daily weather record from a globally recognised climate change "hot spot".

Environment - Apr 20

Researchers have deciphered a trove of data that shows one season of extreme melt can reduce the Greenland Ice Sheet's capacity to store future meltwater - and increase the likelihood of future melt raising sea levels.

Health - Apr 20

Refuting an earlier study, researchers found that epidural anesthesia, commonly administered for pain relief during labor, does not increase the risk for autism in children. Having an epidural during childbirth is not associated with a greater risk of autism in the child, according to a study led by researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine and the University of Manitoba.

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