University of Sevilla

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Life Sciences - Nov 21
Life Sciences

IBiS research has discovered new phenotypes of neural tube defects in the loop-tail mouse model resistant to folic acid supplementation. These findings not only broaden our understanding of the disease, but provide valuable tools for future research into the prevention of conditions such as spina bifida.

Innovation - Sep 15

Professors from the Department of Aerospace Engineering and Fluid Mechanics of the School of Engineering of the University of Seville have developed a method for mass production of microfibers -very thin fibers-, which have numerous applications, for example, they are used to manufacture masks and PPEs, regenerate tissues, for energy generation and storage systems or for the so-called "smart fabrics". The discovery is intended to revolutionize conventional methods, since the technology used is more efficient and would multiply production a thousandfold.

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