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  • Fever study benefits African infants
    University of Edinburgh
    Thousands of African children at high risk of infection for an endemic disease could soon benefit...
  • Discovery of Missing Links for Salmonella’s Weapon System
    Trinity College Dublin
    Scientists have discovered multiple gene switches in Salmonella that offer new ways to curb human...
  • Xenotransplantation as a therapy for type 1 diabetes: Pig beta cells show great promise in an animal model
    Ludwig-maximilians-universität münchen
    Type 1 diabetes is caused by autoimmune destruction of the insulin-producing beta cells. Over 250,...
  • Ravens remember relationships they had with others
    University of Vienna
    In daily life we remember faces and voices of several known individuals. Similarly, mammals have...
  • Asteroid sites hint at life on Mars
    University of Edinburgh
    Craters made by asteroid impacts may be the best place to look for signs of life on other planets,...
  • The origin of species, in the new edition of the seminars on Microbiology
    University of Barcelona
    According to Charles Darwin, the British naturalist, the question on the origin of species was the...
  • Nanotechnology - Improved Batteries with Carbon Nanoparticles
    Ludwig-maximilians-universität münchen
    From smartphones to e-bikes, the number of mobile electronic devices is steadily growing around the...
  • Molecular switch controls orientation of stem cell divisions: Turning stem cell divisions promises better crops
    University of Utrecht
    To build a three dimensional plant form it is crucial that plant cells divide both along the length...
  • Scans could aid delivery decisions
    University of Edinburgh
    Scientists are using MRI scans to see if they can determine when best to deliver babies that are...
  • Identified a protein useful in predicting the risk of pulmonary metastases in breast cancer patients
    University of Barcelona
    Peroxiredoxin 2 (PRDX2) protects tumour cells from oxidative stress and promotes their growth and...