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  • Bacteria discovery aids stem cell research
    University of Edinburgh
    A discovery about the way in which bugs spread throughout the body could help to develop stem cell...
  • New research sheds light on cause of tumor spread
    Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM)
    Metastasis causes more than 90% of cancer deaths. When cancer cells break away from the original...
  • Capturing the Power of the Sea
    University of Barcelona
    A new technology recently developed by the University of Barcelona to generate electricity from the...
  • The Antartic Worm that Eats Bones
    Bibiana Bonmatí, University of Barcelona Press
    Image: Tube of Osedax deceptionensis. Pals can be seen against the light. January 2013 campaign. (...
  • Happiness Test, a new social development indicator
    Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
    In collaboration with the World Health Organization, Spanish researchers have design and validated...
  • 1000 Genomes Project
    University of Barcelona
      According to findings published in Nature, the international consortium 1000 Genomes,...
  • Global drug policies need radical reform, says new LSE report
    London School of Economics
    The global war on drugs has failed and international policy requires radical reform to remove...
  • Self-Eating Cells May Hold key to New Inflammatory Therapies
    Trinity College Dublin
    New research sheds light on important role of autophagy, or self-eating cells, in developing new...
  • Exercise for brain health, study suggests
    University of Edinburgh
    People who exercise later in life may better protect their brain from age-related changes than...
  • Dousing the flames
    Ludwig Maximilians University Munich
    New studies suggest that certain microRNAs play a role in the development of arteriosclerosis....