Environment - Nov 25
By dispersing seeds, animals can rapidly reestablish plant diversity in degraded forests. As UN climate talks close in Egypt and biodiversity talks begin in Montreal, attention is on forest restoration as a solution to the twin evils roiling our planet. Forests soak up atmospheric carbon dioxide and simultaneously create habitat for organisms.
Environment - Nov 25

Research team from the University of Göttingen demonstrates widespread drought stress in copper beech.

Health - Nov 25

MHH psychiatry coordinates largest German study to improve depression treatment Using biomarkers to find individual diagnostic and therapeutic paths - what already works in oncology is also to become possible in psychiatry.

Chemistry - Nov 24

Rock samples from the Jezero crater analysed by the Perseverance rover show evidence of liquid water and signatures that could be organic compounds.

Economics - Nov 24

One in ten people in Switzerland already uses a smartphone bank. Although such neo-banks have so far only been used as secondary and third-party banks, they could also challenge the established banks' status as principal bankers in the future. This is the result of a study by the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts on the Swiss retail banking market.

Transport - Nov 24

The ALARM research team, a European scientific project coordinated by Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M), has developed a new prototype early warning system to monitor natural phenomena that threaten the safety and efficiency of aviation.

Life Sciences - Nov 25
Life Sciences

Protein scissors activate defense function, a study shows - For several years now, the CRISPR/Cas9 gene scissors have been causing a sensation in science and medicine.

Environment - Nov 25

International team of researchers completes first global field study on the ecological impact of grazing in drylands.

Environment - Nov 24

New research led by a team of scientists from The University of Manchester has shown that intensive grassland management impairs the capacity of soils to buffer extreme droughts, which are becoming more frequent and intense.

Health - Nov 24

Tuberculosis affects 1 million children each year; less than half of them are diagnosed and treated for the disease, which leads to more than 200,000 deaths.

Health - Nov 24

Researchers of the University of Freiburg introduce biosensor for the nucleic acid amplification-free detection of SARS-CoV-2 RNA.

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