Physics - Mar 28

Tiny structures made of gold can be specifically manipulated by ion bombardment at TU Wien (Vienna) - surprisingly, the decisive factor is not the force of the impact. Normally, we have to make a choice in physics: Either we deal with big things - such as a metal plate and its material properties, or with tiny things - such as individual atoms.

Health - Mar 28

A new study shows the urgency of tailoring treatment regimens based on several criteria to provide better health outcomes for medulloblastoma patients.

Health - Mar 28

A research team at the University of Basel has discovered that a high-fat diet alters the function of adipose tissue, thus impairing its ability to regulate blood sugar. This explains why a high-fat diet poses a significant health risk, particularly for diabetes.

Health - Mar 28

University of Queensland researchers have led a national study on the four main bacteria that cause sepsis, providing new targets for developing antibiotics. Professor Mark Walker Professor Mark Schembri from UQ's Institute for Molecular Bioscience , along with Dr Andre Mu from the University of Melbourne and teams from 23 research organisations around Australia, set up experiments to mimic what happens to bacteria when they enter the bloodstream during infection.

Life Sciences - Mar 28

Researchers at EPFL and UNIL have uncovered a new way in which cancer can develop: whole genome doubling (WGD) changes the way DNA is organized in the 3D space, leading to the activation of oncogenes that drive cancer growth.

Physics - Mar 27

Scientists at the Universities of Würzburg and Ottawa have solved the decades-old problem of distinguishing between single and multiple light excitations. They present their new method in the journal Nature.

Physics - Mar 28

The international scientific collaborations operating the ATLAS and CMS experiments at the European Laboratory for Particle Physics (CERN) has just announced the first observation of the simultaneous production of four top quarks in the same week. The Institute of Corpuscular Physics (IFIC, UV-CSIC) has a prominent role in this finding, considered key to searching for new particles beyond the Standard Model.

Health - Mar 28

A fuel cell under the skin that converts blood sugar from the body into electrical energy sounds like science fiction. Yet it works perfectly, as an ETH Zurich research team led by Martin Fussenegger, Professor of Biotechnology and Bioengineering, has shown.

Health - Mar 28

University of Queensland researchers have found compassion could reduce self-criticism, body shaming and depression in overweight or obese adults. Dr James Kirby from UQ's School of Psychology trialled a 12-week compassion focused therapy program, to change how participants felt about and related to their bodies.

Environment - Mar 28

MIT engineers discover new carbonation pathways for creating more environmentally friendly concrete.

Health - Mar 27

Participating in campus recreational sports can offset stress and contribute to academic competence A history of participating in campus recreational sports can offset stress and contribute to academic competence even during high-stress periods such as a pandemic lockdown, shows a new study.

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