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Using two experimental anti-malarial vaccines, which work in different ways, can greatly reduce the number of malaria infections in animal studies.
In a world first, University of Sydney researchers have revealed how a deadly fungus and primary cause of life-threatening meningitis exploits the immune system like a 'Trojan Horse' to promote infection.
Scientists at the Ovarian Cancer Action Research Centre at Imperial College London have discovered a mechanism that deactivates ovarian cancer cells.
Oxygen radicals occur as a by-product when living beings burn carbohydrates or fat. They are suspected of accelerating the ageing process in humans and animals, and to be partly responsible for severe illnesses such as Alzheimer's or certain types of cancer.
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A new report of dental health in Wales reveals a steady and consistent reduction in the prevalence of tooth decay in 11 to 12-year-olds.
University of Queensland researchers have found that humanity is at risk without more diverse, ambitious and area-specific conservation targets.
When Navy SEALs carry out dives in Arctic waters, or when rescue teams are diving under ice-covered rivers or ponds, the survival time even in the best wetsuits is very limited - as little as tens of minutes, and the experience can be extremely painful at best.
Researchers are working to develop a combined physiotherapy and psychology treatment program for people with chronic whiplash. Professor Michele Sterling of The University of Queensland's RECOVER Injury Research Centre said her team was keen to hear from people still experiencing neck pain from a whiplash injury following a motor vehicle accident within the last 10 years.
When Carolyn Walch Slayman, PhD, was named chair of the Department of Human Genetics (now Genetics) in 1984, she was the first woman to head a department at the School of Medicine, and the second at Yale University.
It's always good to know where great white sharks are likely to be swimming. That's true if you're a nervous beachgoer, a fishing boat trying to avoid illegal bycatch, or a marine biologist hoping to conserve this vulnerable species. A study from the University of Washington and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution looked at the movements of adult female white sharks in the Gulf Stream and North Atlantic Ocean.
For News Media THIS NEWS IS EMBARGOED BY UNTIL 10 A.M. CENTRAL DAYLIGHT TIME ON JUNE 18, 2018 × Place a chunk of the clear mineral Iceland spar on top of an image and suddenly yo
Researchers are exploring the enhanced potential of carbon nanotubes as single-photon emitters for quantum information processing.
Violence in places like Central America has spurred an increase in people seeking asylum in the United States, and more doctors are needed to assess their claims of persecution and torture, authors from three universities argue in a new paper.
Researchers from the University of Oxford have completed the first successful trial of robot-assisted retinal surgery.
Novartis International AG: Alcon AcrySof IQ PanOptix trifocal intraocular lens shows superior visual performance in head-to-head trial post-cataract surgery Better visual outcomes for patients with t
Back in 1988, voters in California passed Proposition 99, a measure that raised cigarette taxes and placed other restrictions on cigarette sales.
Medical image registration is a common technique that involves overlaying two images, such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans, to compare and analyze anatomical differences in great detail.
Poet Elizabeth Alexander delivers the Baccalaureate address, "In the Noise and Whip of the Whirlwind.
Overall response rate was 52% and median duration of response was not reached at a median follow-up of 14 months, signifying responses were durable Patients had a 65% chance of being relapse-free o
Over the past 18 months, ESA and its Member States have gathered in a series of space exploration workshops culminating in a discussion in the ESA Council held in Paris on 13 June 2018.
Researchers at the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) have developed a new technique to squeeze infrared light into ultra-confined spaces, generating an intense, nanoscale antenna that could be used to detect single biomolecules.
Note: This article was adapted from a Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory announcement . View the original announcement here.
New funding to develop scientific breakthroughs in crop research and innovation The University of Warwick is set to receive £1.2 million in funding to support its pioneering research in improv
UK's first clinic to prevent family transmission of anxiety launches in Sussex The UK's first clinic to prevent family transmission of anxiety launches in Sussex today, Friday 15 June 2018, following a successful trial.
Twelve projects at The University of Queensland will share more than $4.69m in funding from the Federal Government's Australian Research Council Linkage Project grants announced in Canberra today.
Have you ever plugged in a vacuum cleaner, only to have it turn off without warning before the job is done? Or perhaps your desk lamp works fine, until you turn on the air conditioner that's plugged into the same power strip. These interruptions are likely "nuisance trips," in which a detector installed behind the wall trips an outlet's electrical circuit when it senses something that could be an arc-fault - a potentially dangerous spark in the electric line.
Mums who develop a serious form of heart failure during late pregnancy, or just after having their baby, could receive better treatment and advice following research funded by the British Heart Founda
Researchers call for gender equality and career support for women in the workplace, and an end to "the doom and gloom narrative" over their limited numbers.
Novartis study of real-world data concludes Jakavi is associated with a reduction in risk of death and dangerous blood clots for patients with rare blood cancer Comparison of Jakavi (ruxolitinib) vs.
Findings from more than 1,300 patients across 13 countries showed ITP had especially high impact for many patients on emotional well-being (36%) and ability to work (28%) About two-thirds of patients
University of Queensland researchers will share in a $53 million funding windfall to support imaging infrastructure that allows experts to better understand the human body and the world around us.
A group of universities and law enforcement agencies has received a funding boost from the Australian Government to train the next generation of forensic experts.
Medical specialists are increasingly bulk-billing and providing more services to patients but their median hourly earnings are increasing at a slower rate than wage growth in the broader economy, according to the ANZ-Melbourne Institute Health Sector Report .
A fictitious Facebook account set up by a team of researchers at the University of Nottingham to mirror the sort of news feed users might encounter on their own Facebook pages has highlighted the diff
Entrepreneurship The start-up inveox focuses on a hugely important but practically invisible area of medicine: histopathology.
Anchovies, herring, sardines and other forage fish play an essential role in the food web as prey for seabirds, marine mammals and larger fish like salmon. When ground into fishmeal and oil, they are also a key food source for farmed seafood and land-based livestock such as pigs and poultry. As seafood consumption outpaces the growth of other food sectors and continues to grow worldwide, farmed seafood - also called aquaculture - has increased rapidly to meet consumer demand.
When fat and carbohydrates are combined in a single food they are more rewarding, calorie for calorie, than foods with either energy source alone, a Yale-led study published June 14 in the journal Cell Metabolism shows.
Scientists have developed a novel "melt-cast" explosive material that could be a suitable replacement for Trinitrotoluene, more commonly known as TNT. One major challenge was coming up with a formula that would significantly surpass the explosive energy of TNT, but still have melt-casting capability.
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