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Health - Life Sciences - 19.04.2024
PhD candidate presents research at HIV research conference that opens doors to treatment
PhD candidate presents research at HIV research conference that opens doors to treatment

Health - Life Sciences - 18.04.2024
A study explains the molecular basis of primary ciliary dyskinesia (PCD), a rare respiratory disease
A study explains the molecular basis of primary ciliary dyskinesia (PCD), a rare respiratory disease
A study by the Rare Respiratory Diseases research group of the University of Valencia (UV) and the INCLIVA Health Research Institute, the La Fe Health Research Institute and the CEU-Cardenal Herrera University explains the molecular foundations of primary ciliary dyskinesia (DCP).

Health - Life Sciences - 18.04.2024
12 U-M faculty named as AAAS fellows

Physics - Life Sciences - 18.04.2024
Five Berkeley Lab Scientists Named AAAS Fellows
The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) has announced their 2023 Fellows, including five scientists from the Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory ÜBerkeley Lab).

Health - Life Sciences - 18.04.2024
Krembil Foundation funds support research on brain immune system's role in Alzheimer's
Krembil Foundation funds support research on brain immune system’s role in Alzheimer’s

Health - Life Sciences - 18.04.2024
Groundbreaking research paves way to AAAS Fellowship for Western scientist
Groundbreaking research paves way to AAAS Fellowship for Western scientist
Dr. Robyn Klein has been elected to the American Association for the Advancement of Science class of Fellows for her neuroscience research With a global reputation as an expert on the effects o

Life Sciences - Health - 18.04.2024
Alumni, grad students named Soros Fellows
Alumni, grad students named Soros Fellows

Health - Life Sciences - 18.04.2024
Six from Hopkins named AAAS Fellows
Six from Hopkins named AAAS Fellows

Paleontology - Life Sciences - 17.04.2024
Manchester paleontologist unearths what may be the largest known marine reptile
Part of the research team in 2020 examining the initial finds (at the back) of the new discovery made by Ruby and Justin Reynolds. Additional sections of the bone were subsequently discovered. From left to right, Dr Dean Lomax, Ruby Reynolds, Justin Reynolds and Paul de la Salle. Credit: Dr Dean Lomax A palaeontologist at The University of Manchester has identified the fossilised remains of a second gigantic jawbone measuring more than two metres long.

Life Sciences - Physics - 17.04.2024
With the first Solvay Conference for Biology, the International Solvay Institutes are continuing a major and important scientific tradition
With the first Solvay Conference for Biology, the International Solvay Institutes are continuing a major and important scientific tradition

Life Sciences - Campus - 16.04.2024
From neurons to learning and memory
From neurons to learning and memory

Health - Life Sciences - 15.04.2024
Carbon beads help restore healthy gut microbiome and reduce liver disease progression
Carbon beads help restore healthy gut microbiome and reduce liver disease progression
Innovative carbon beads, invented by researchers at UCL, reduce bad bacteria and inflammation in animal models, which are linked to liver cirrhosis and other serious health issues.

Life Sciences - Event - 15.04.2024
Three CMU Students Awarded 2024 Goldwater Scholarship

Health - Life Sciences - 15.04.2024
What's happening with dairy cows and bird flu?
What’s happening with dairy cows and bird flu?
Though the virus is circulating in dairy cows, human exposure remains low, Johns Hopkins public health experts say The H5N1 strain of avian influenza-commonly known as bird flu-has been circulating among wild migratory birds for the past two years, with substantial spillover into poultry farms.

Health - Life Sciences - 12.04.2024
Superfast physics and a trio of Fellows: News from Imperial
Here's a batch of fresh news and announcements from across Imperial. From an experiment lasting millionths of a billionth of a second, to fellowships in biology and medicine, here is some quick-read news from across Imperial.

Health - Life Sciences - 12.04.2024
34-year research project to unlock new insights into asthma and allergies
A 34-year follow-up of one of the oldest and most comprehensively studied birth cohorts is underway on the Isle of Wight to reveal new insights into allergies and asthma.

Health - Life Sciences - 12.04.2024
A biomedical engineer pivots from human movement to women’s health
Postdoc Shaniel Bowen studies women's sexual anatomy and health while also working to interest young women in STEM careers.

Health - Life Sciences - 11.04.2024
TU/e professor breaks new ground with development of artificial tissue
TU/e professor breaks new ground with development of artificial tissue
Jan van Hest receives ERC Advanced Grant for interplay between cells ánd scientific disciplines. Muscles are not only important for a killer body, but also for a healthy one.

Life Sciences - Health - 11.04.2024
ERC Advanced Grants for Five Researchers at Universität Heidelberg
ERC Advanced Grants for Five Researchers at Universität Heidelberg

Life Sciences - Health - 11.04.2024
Your brain on genetics
Your brain on genetics
Daniel Geschwind will discuss what genes can teach us about complex brain disorders during his Faculty Research Lecture Faculty + Staff Daniel Geschwind will discuss what genes can teach us about comp

Health - Life Sciences - 11.04.2024
Anna-Dorothea Gorki receives state prize for the promotion of alternative methods to animal testing
Anna-Dorothea Gorki receives state prize for the promotion of alternative methods to animal testing

Life Sciences - Chemistry - 11.04.2024
Sonja-Verena Albers and Oliver Einsle both receive an ERC Advanced Grant
Sonja-Verena Albers and Oliver Einsle both receive an ERC Advanced Grant

Life Sciences - Chemistry - 11.04.2024
Ant pheromones may help protect hikers and campers from ticks
Ant pheromones may help protect hikers and campers from ticks
If you're outside enjoying the spring sunshine, then chances are, ticks are too.

Life Sciences - Music - 10.04.2024
Was Beethoven unmusical?
Was Beethoven unmusical?
An analysis of the famous composer's genetic make-up has revealed that DNA data has so far been too imprecise in capturing a person's abilities To what extent are exceptional human achievements influenced by genetic factors?

Health - Life Sciences - 09.04.2024
How do food and lifestyle affect brain health? 
How do food and lifestyle affect brain health? 
The Vrije Universiteit Brussel research group NEUR , the Neurology Department of the UZ Brussel and Professor Sebastiaan Engelborghs are taking part in an international research project led by Wageningen University & Research in the Netherlands.

Health - Life Sciences - 09.04.2024
Researcher tackles global challenges of antimicrobial resistance
Researcher tackles global challenges of antimicrobial resistance

Health - Life Sciences - 09.04.2024
JHU graduate programs among nation's best
JHU graduate programs among nation’s best

Health - Life Sciences - 05.04.2024
First atlas of the human ovary with cell-level resolution is a step toward artificial ovary
Study: Cellular atlas of the human ovary using morphologically guided spatial transcriptomics and single-cell sequencing (DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.adm7506) A new "atlas- of the human ovary provides

Life Sciences - Health - 04.04.2024
A powerful tool for basic research: Genetic engineering
A powerful tool for basic research: Genetic engineering
Genetic engineering: indispensable for the natural and the life sciences - and long since a part of everyday life "An eleven-year-old boy, deaf from birth, can hear again".

Life Sciences - Health - 04.04.2024
How the Human Brain Reacts to Errors
How the Human Brain Reacts to Errors
Hannah Pulferer is investigating brain waves at TU Graz's Institute of Neural Engineering with the chief aim of improving brain-computer interfaces.

Life Sciences - Environment - 04.04.2024
What four decades of canned salmon reveal about marine food webs
Alaskan waters are a critical fishery for salmon. Complex marine food webs underlie and sustain this fishery, and scientists want to know how climate change is reshaping them.

Health - Life Sciences - 03.04.2024
Researchers honoured by Australian Academy of Science

Life Sciences - Environment - 03.04.2024
How do animals react to a solar eclipse?
Most humans are itching to catch a glimpse of the upcoming solar eclipse. But for some wildlife, this unique cosmic event is more likely to befuddle than bewitch.

Health - Life Sciences - 02.04.2024
UK's only research institute dedicated to understanding early cancer receives £11 million donation
UK’s only research institute dedicated to understanding early cancer receives £11 million donation
The University of Cambridge's Early Cancer Institute - the UK's only research facility dedicated to understanding early cancer - has received a landmark £11 million donation to support its vital work in the fight against cancer.

Health - Life Sciences - 02.04.2024
Innovative treatment helmet promises advances in the treatment of Alzheimer's
Innovative treatment helmet promises advances in the treatment of Alzheimer’s
The Basel spin-off company Bottneuro is developing a personalized treatment helmet - the Miamind neurostimulator.

Life Sciences - History / Archeology - 02.04.2024
Earliest recorded ’ice-out’ date on Douglas Lake at U-M Biological Station in northern Michigan
PELLSTON-The earliest "ice-out- ever recorded on Douglas Lake at the University of Michigan Biological Station occurred last month, setting another record for the mild winter in northern Michigan.

Veterinary - Life Sciences - 01.04.2024
Science shows Baltimore's cats are friendly little guys
Science shows Baltimore’s cats are friendly little guys
A look at post-doc Charlotte Fare's very important study of the cats of Baltimore, in which she surveyed a subset of the city's felines to examine their appearance and disposition Each day when I get

Life Sciences - Physics - 01.04.2024
World Record: Tiniest Egg Ever
World Record: Tiniest Egg Ever
ISTA researchers create smallest egg in history - and lose it Breakthrough in reproductive biology: using methods of nanotechnology and genetics, an interdisciplinary research team at the Institute of Science and Technology Austria (ISTA) has produced the world's tiniest egg.

Linguistics / Literature - Life Sciences - 28.03.2024
How can a baby learn two languages at the same time?
Article dated March 19, 2024, published in The Conversation online media, as part of the partnership with ENS de Lyon.

Life Sciences - Health - 28.03.2024
Millions in funding for mapping molecular changes in brain associated with brain disorders
Millions in funding for mapping molecular changes in brain associated with brain disorders
The Institute for Chemical Neuroscience (iCNS) has been awarded a 23.23 million euro Gravitation grant.

Health - Life Sciences - 28.03.2024
A world network to monitor coronaviruses
A world network to monitor coronaviruses
A Swiss collaboration has been designated a member of the WHO's CoViNet network for the detection and surveillance of coronaviruses.

Life Sciences - Physics - 27.03.2024
The Protein Factory
The Protein Factory
New assistant professor at ISTA assembles 3D nano-molecules The Institute of Science and Technology Austria (ISTA) welcomes Florian Praetorius to its faculty.

Health - Life Sciences - 27.03.2024
Unlocking mRNA’s cancer-fighting potential
MIT spinout Strand Therapeutics has developed a new class of mRNA molecules that can sense where they are in the body, for more targeted and powerful treatments. What if training your immune system to attack cancer cells was as easy as training it to fight Covid-19? Many people believe the technology behind some Covid-19 vaccines, messenger RNA, holds great promise for stimulating immune responses to cancer.

Health - Life Sciences - 26.03.2024
Researchers a step closer to HIV cure
Researchers a step closer to HIV cure
New study shows virus-like particle can effectively 'shock and kill' latent HIV reservoir in patients living with chronic HIV By 2030, the World Health Organization (WHO), the Global Fund UNAIDS are hoping to end the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and AIDS epidemic.

Life Sciences - 22.03.2024
The role of attention in our ability to learn new associations highlighted
A study by BEAM researchers, published in "Science of Learning", offers new insights into brain mechanisms linked to differences in associative learning. This research explores how attentional processes influence learning performance, shedding light on our understanding of how the brain works to create relationships between information .

Life Sciences - Computer Science - 22.03.2024
New Emmy Noether Junior Research Group for Biological Data Science
An Emmy Noether junior research group at Heidelberg University is investigating how to gain new insights into fundamental biological mechanisms from large-scale molecular data sets.

Life Sciences - 22.03.2024
Bridges and Zhang Receive Curci Foundation Research Grants

Life Sciences - Environment - 21.03.2024
Cells in plant leaves organize themselves to ensure optimal area for photosynthesis
Cells in plant leaves organize themselves to ensure optimal area for photosynthesis
Plant leaves need a large surface area to capture sunlight for photosynthesis.

Life Sciences - Innovation - 21.03.2024
Why we need Neuroethics

Life Sciences - Health - 21.03.2024
Clinical trial underway to treat ultra-rare genetic disease with possible link to leader of mutiny on the Bounty
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