Cancer Research and Animal Models

Health - Jun 15

Automatically generated provisional translation On Saturday, June 15th, the second edition of the National Day of Information on Laboratory Animals will be held. This event is promoted by the Swiss Association of Veterinarians in Industry and Research (SAVIR) in collaboration with the Swiss Society for Laboratory Animal Science (SGV) and Forschung für Leben (FfL).

Life Sciences - Jun 14

A ’pseudo-prion’ molecule protects the brain from Alzheimer’s disease in mice

Life Sciences

A research team 1 led by scientists from CNRS and Université Grenoble Alpes has discovered that the injection of a modified "pseudo-prion" protein int

Politics - Jun 14

Impact of Russian social media campaigns less pronounced than often assumed

Politics

War-related disinformation most effective among conspiracy-minded people.

Microtechnics - Jun 14

Robots au chocolat for dessert?

Microtechnics

A fully edible robot could soon end up on our plate if we overcome some technical hurdles, say scientists involved in RoboFood - an project which aims to marry robots and food.

Technique improves the reasoning capabilities of large language models

Combining natural language and programming, the method enables LLMs to solve numerical, analytical, and language-based tasks transparently.

Environment - Jun 13

Land management and climate change affect several

Environment

A new study published in the journal Nature Communications shows that grassland and arable land could better provide different services at the same

Exceptional Black Hole Discovered in the Milky Way

Astronomy & Space

Heidelberg researchers played a leading role in evaluating the data from the Gaia space observatory.

Life Sciences - Jun 14

The genetic ’switches’ of bone growth

Life Sciences

Scientists at the University of Geneva have identified the genetic sequences that regulate the activity of the genes responsible for bone growth.

Physics - Jun 14

Quantum entanglement measures Earth rotation

Physics

A team of researchers led by Philip Walther at the University of Vienna carried out a pioneering experiment where they measured the effect of the rotation of Earth on quantum entangled photons. The work, just published in Science Advances

Pharmacology - Jun 13

Vitamin B6: New Compound Delays Degradation

Pharmacology

A low vitamin B6 level has negative effects on brain performance. A research team from Würzburg University Medicine has now found a way to delay the degradation of the vitamin.

Life Sciences - Jun 13

Brain regions that bias the brain’s response to pleasure in bipolar disorder identified

Life Sciences

Momentary shifts in mood, even those lasting just a matter of seconds, profoundly alter the brain's response to pleasurable experiences in people wit

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