Health - Feb 20
Health
Scientists at The Australian National University (ANU) have discovered new details about the tools used by bacteria to trigger dangerous food poisoning symptoms. They've shown for the first time how a new toxin can infect our cells, even when the body has successfully fought off others. Food poisoning is estimated to affect more than 4.1 million Australians every year - costing the economy $1.25 billion, and in some cases can cause death.
Life Sciences - Feb 19

New research by neuroscientists at the University of Chicago uses the mating songs of birds to show how intrinsic properties of cells are closely tied to the complex processes of learning. The study could add a new layer of complexity to our understanding of the brain-as well as a possible path toward an animal model for scientists to understand human stuttering.

Social Sciences - Feb 19

A new study from UCLA professor of anthropology Brooke Scelza invites geneticists and sociologists to think more broadly about human fidelity and paternity. Scelza's study , published Advances, uses data from a long-term anthropological study in Namibia with Himba pastoralists.

Physics - Feb 19

Real-world experiment in Chicago suburbs achieves quantum entanglement across 52-mile fiber network. Scientists from Argonne National Laboratory and the University of Chicago entangled photons across a 52-mile network in the Chicago suburbs, an important step in developing a national quantum internet.

Health - Feb 19

Channels McGill University News and Events In a study published in the journal Cell Reports , researchers at McGill University, Kyoto University and INSERM/University of Paris show that an organic compound produced by the intestinal flora, the metabolite 4-Cresol, exhibits protective effects against

Environment - Feb 19
Environment

Study finds microbes can alter an environment dramatically before dying out. When a plant or animal species is introduced to a new environment with few natural predators, it can spread uncontrollably, transforming the ecosystem and crowding out existing populations.

Environment - Feb 19

A team of early-career researchers from the University of Cambridge are working with the county council to identify the best ways for Cambridgeshire to reach net zero emissions.

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