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22 May 2024
Health - Life Sciences
Manchester professor elected one of the Academy of Medical Sciences new FellowsProfessor Bill Newman from The University of Manchester and Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust is one of 58 exceptional biomedical and health scientists elected by the Academy of Medical Sciences to its prestigious Fellowship.
21 May 2024
Health - Life Sciences
Academy of Medical Sciences elects eight Oxford researchers as new FellowsThe Academy of Medical Sciences has elected eight University of Oxford biomedical and health scientists to its fellowship in 2024.
21 May 2024 - University of Zurich - Zurich
Health
PhD Candidate:in (Begleitforschung für Curriculumsentwicklung)
21 May 2024 - University of Zurich - Zurich
Life Sciences - Mathematics
PhD Position: Neural Implementation of Hierarchy
21 May 2024 - University of Fribourg - Fribourg
Life Sciences
Technician position in Comparative Neuroscience
21 May 2024 - University of Bern - Bern
Life Sciences - Psychology
PhD Klinische Neuropsychologie / Kognitive Neuro
21 May 2024 - Biogen - Baar
Pharmacology - Life Sciences
Inspired by the science: Mother, daughter reflect on 50 plus years at Biogen
21 May 2024
Chemistry - Life Sciences
Chemists Use Nucleic Acid Binding Dyes as Photocatalysts for ATRPResearchers in Carnegie Mellon University's  Department of Chemistry  have developed a nucleic-acid-based photocatalyst that can precisely control atom transfer radical polymerization (ATRP), a popular method used to generate a wide range of materials with highly specific, tailored functionalities.
21 May 2024
Health - Pharmacology
Seven researchers awarded Academy of Medical Sciences Fellowships  Osier is Chair of Immunology and Vaccinology in the Department of Life Sciences at Imperial, as well as co-director of the Institute of Infection.
21 May 2024
Health - Life Sciences
How immune cells recognize the abnormal metabolism of cancer cells
When cells become tumor cells, their metabolism changes fundamentally. Researchers at the University of Basel and the University Hospital Basel have now demonstrated that this change leaves traces that could provide targets for cancer immunotherapies.
21 May 2024
Pharmacology - Health
Western-led analysis shows potential in new Alzheimer's treatmentAlzheimer's disease is the most common cause of dementia, affecting more than 55 million people worldwide.
21 May 2024
Health - Life Sciences
Two University of Glasgow professors appointed Fellows of the Academy of Medical Sciencesprofessors from the University's College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences. Vittal Katikireddi, Professor of Public Health and Health...
21 May 2024
Health - Life Sciences
UCL academics elected to Academy of Medical Sciences
Academy of Medical Sciences Four UCL scientists have been elected Fellows of the Academy of Medical Sciences in recognition of their exceptional contributions to the study of rheumatology, neurobiology, immunotherapy and infectious diseases.
21 May 2024
Life Sciences - Environment
Public invited to free training for Michigan Bumble Bee Atlas program at U-M Biological StationThe Michigan Bumble Bee Atlas program is asking for the public's help to track bumble bees as part of a statewide community science project.
20 May 2024
Health - Life Sciences
'I feel like I'm Alice in Wonderland': nightmares and 'daymares' could be early warning signs of autoimmune diseaseAn increase in nightmares and hallucinations - or 'daymares' - could herald the onset of autoimmune diseases such as lupus, say an international team led by researchers at the University of Cambridge and King's College London.
20 May 2024
Environment - Innovation
Discover the undergraduate startups tackling global challengesaquatic ecosystems. CO2llect, led by Haotong Xiong (Department of Life Sciences), Kas Lauhabutr (Department of Chemical Engineering), Pawat...
20 May 2024
Innovation - Economics
Boosting the UK's science superpower status through university spinoutsuniversities. Building on the success of last year's USIT guide for life sciences companies, these new guidelines will simplify and streamline company...
20 May 2024
Innovation
Founder-friendly blueprint for boosting UK software spinoutscharacteristics of software spinouts if compared with those in the life sciences and deep tech, including shorter development times, relatively low...
20 May 2024
Life Sciences
Exercise can help slow cognitive decline
A microscope snapshot of microglia (green cells) in an ageing mouse brain, exten University of Queensland research has found exercise can help prevent or slow cognitive decline during ageing.
20 May 2024
Environment - Life Sciences
UCL and Sweden launch pioneering collaboration in NeuroDesign and NeuroArchitecture
 Hugo Spiers with UCL and RISE colleagues at the launch of the new MoU UCL researchers are to partner with RISE, Research Institutes of Sweden, to explore how the human brain interacts with built environments, and how understanding this can help design sustainable surroundings that enhance people's health and wellbeing.

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