Social Sciences - Feb 22
Social Sciences
The acclaimed exhibition on Jan Van Eyck, recommendations on drug policy, relevant campaigns on sexual health, etc. are just a few of the many achievements with a broad societal impact to which Ghent University research has contributed.
Health - Feb 22

Imperial scientists present an assessment of the relative sensitivity of international surveillance of COVID-19.

Health - Feb 21

Researchers from The George Institute for Global Health at the University of Oxford have found that while having high cholesterol levels does not influence your risk of aortic or mitral valve regurgitation, it does increase your risk of developing another major heart valve disease - aortic stenosis.

Life Sciences - Feb 21

Researchers at UCL and the Pirbright Institute have mapped the expression of genes across the entire African swine fever virus (ASFV) genome, which has helped to establish their order of activation as well as uncovering new genes.

Life Sciences - Feb 21

The head of a roundworm, C. elegans. The glia that regulate the stress response in all the worm's cells are highlighted. A mere four of these cells, known as CEPsh glial cells, protect the organism from age-related decline.

Environment - Feb 21
Environment

The mangrove tree survives in its subtropical habitat by efficiently converting the salty water of its environment into fresh water - an engineering feat that has long baffled scientists.

Environment - Feb 21
Environment

Researchers from the University of Oxford have discovered that the Himalayan wolf is a unique wolf characteristically adapted to the harsh life in the Asian high altitudes where low oxygen levels challenge all life forms.

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