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  • Cystic Fibrosis Breakthrough Reveals Why Females Fare Worse than Males
    Trinity College Dublin
    Cystic Fibrosis (CF) is the most common life-threatening inherited disease in Ireland with the...
  • Stroke clot-buster trial shows benefits
    University of Edinburgh
    Researchers find that stroke survivors are more able to look after themselves following treatment...
  • New Collaborative Research Centers at LMU : Xenotransplantation, Nanoagents, Protein Research and Multiple Sclerosis
    Ludwig Maximilians University Munich
    LMU Munich will contribute to four new Collaborative Research Centers set up by the Deutsche...
  • Monkey Lip Smacks Provide New Insights Into the Evolution of Human Speech
    Univrsity of Barcelona
    Scientists have traditionally sought the evolutionary origins of human speech in primate...
  • Make internet settings simple for kids, new report urges online bosses
    London School of Economics
    Children need simpler privacy and safety settings to protect themselves on internet sites, an...
  • Mars missions may learn from meteor
    University of Edinburgh
    University scientists have made a discovery about Mars’ atmosphere, which could inform the search...
  • Poorly armed, but successful: The rise of the tyrants of the South
    Ludwig Maximilians University Munich
    The stubby arms of Tyrannosaurus rexobviously weren’t designed for hand-to-hand combat. However,...
  • Researchers Make Breakthrough in the cause of Premature Birth
    Trinity College Dublin
    A significant breakthrough on why women go into labour early or develop the disease pre-eclampsia...
  • School children in Catalonia prepare the next transit of Venus with activities elaborated by the UB
    University of Barcelona
    A transit is the crossing of a planet or any star in front of the Sun. Mercury and Venus are the...
  • Oil expertise centre to boost growth
    University of Edinburgh
    The University has a central role in a new centre of North Sea oil expertise. The Centre for North...