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  • Building Site for Molecular Complexes: Green light - contact!
    Ludwig Maximilians University Munich
    Often the sum is greater than its parts. Using an atomic force microscope as a “crane”, LMU...
  • Trinity Researchers Establish How Super Strong Insect Legs Are
    Trinity College Dublin
    Researchers from Trinity College Dublin have shown that insects are made from one of the toughest...
  • The discovery of a new mechanism that regulates brown adipose tissue, published in ‘Cell’
    University of Barcelona
    Bone morphogenetic protein 8B (BMP8B) plays a key role in regulating thermogenesis in brown adipose...
  • Butterfly DNA solves copycat mystery
    University of Edinburgh
    Edinburgh scientists have joined a global team to solve a 150-year-old scientific mystery....
  • Geosciences: Forged in flames, but not always fireproof
    Ludwig Maximilians University Munich
    Volcanic tuff has long been a popular building material, and is found not only in the many...
  • Investment in broadband is key for British economy but must overcome £1 billion funding gap
    London School of Economics
    A national drive to introduce superfast broadband coverage across most of the UK could stumble over...
  • First-time projections of groundwater contribution to future sea-level: Groundwater pumping leads to sea level rise
    University of Utrecht
    Groundwater depletion is fast becoming the most important contribution of terrestrial water to sea-...
  • Study looks at benefits of inducing labour
    University of Edinburgh
    Babies born when labour is induced around their due date may have better survival rates than those...
  • Obesity and the biological clock: When times are out of joint
    Ludwig Maximilians University Munich
    Urgent appointments, tight work timetables and hectic social schedules structure modern life, and...
  • Tackle global inequality to reduce pressure of economic migration, report urges policy makers
    London School of Economics
    Location, not class, is now the key driver of global inequality. Some countries have gained great...