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Wednesday, December 15, 2021
Research breakthrough could see HIV drugs used to treat low-grade brain tumors
Drugs developed to treat AIDS and HIV could offer hope to patients diagnosed with the most common form of primary brain tumor. The breakthro...
New drone type transports life-saving defibrillator
The prototype of the life-saving drone from TUM Horyzn during the test flight Image: Andreas Heddergott / TUM For cardiac arrest victims, mi...
Common ‘Core’: Using molecular fragments to detect deadly opioids
A photo illustrating 2 milligrams of fentanyl, a lethal dose for most people, compared to a penny. Matthew Moorman, a Sandia National Labora...
A potential protector against a mild heart attack’s aftereffects on metabolism
Illustration by Kateryna Kon Science Photo Library Getty Images A new study in mice shows transplanted brown fat can reduce type 2 diabetes ...
New research could hold the key to tackling global crisis of malnutrition
The University of Bristol is today (15 December) launching an ambitious research project which promises to address the common drivers of bot...
Childhood trauma linked to psychotic symptoms in young cannabis users
Childhood trauma may increase the chance of young people experiencing psychotic symptoms when using cannabis, University of Queensland resea...
Tuesday, December 14, 2021
Protein test could lead to earlier and better diagnosis of Parkinson’s
Scientists at the Oxford Parkinson's Disease Centre (OPDC) have been able to use a highly-sensitive method called α-synuclein real-time ...
Europe’s Earliest Female Infant Burial Reveals a Mesolithic Society that Honored Its Youngest Members
Photo Credit: TK Working in a cave in Liguria, Italy, an international team of researchers uncovered the oldest documented burial of an infa...
Marathon experiment reveals quirks of quarks
University of Adelaide experts, who are part of the international community of researchers investigating the fundamental physical properties...
Argonne scientists advance global climate models by embarking on two new field campaigns
Climate projections suggest that rising global temperatures will increase the intensity of extreme weather, such as droughts, hurricanes and...
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