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  • Parkinson's disease: a risk factor clearly identified
    Université Pierre et Marie Curie
    Mutations in the gene encoding the b-glucocerebrosidase: a major risk factor in Parkinson's disease...
  • UT breaks through to the very top in materials science
    University of Tartu
    In the overview of the Essential Science Indicators (ESI) database of the ISI Web of Knowledge...
  • Innovative new course at LSE puts strategy back at the heart of public life
    London School of Economics
    The London School of Economics and Political Science is launching a unique new course to help...
  • CRANN to Carry Out Cancer Research in Zero Gravity Conditions
    Trinity College Dublin
    The Centre for Research on Adaptive Nanostructures and Nanodevices (CRANN) at Trinity College...
  • Global deal for engineering spin-out
    University of Edinburgh
    An engineering company created at the University has been bought by a subsidiary of the Japanese...
  • Electrocution of birds and collision with power lines: Solutions to a global problem
    University of Barcelona
    Electrocution on power lines is a major threat to many bird species across the world, in particular...
  • How do DNA components resist to damaging UV exposure?
    University of Vienna
    Enormous computing power and Quantum Chemistry give the answer The genetic material of DNA...
  • European History Goes Online - UT participates in launch of free history database
    University of Tartu
    From the beginning of December a new online database EGO/Europäische Geschichte Online/European...
  • Early intervention approaches to mental health services can save the UK up to £40 million per year
    London School of Economics
    Early Intervention in Psychosis (EIP) services in mental health are able to save up to £40 million...
  • How do folded structures form?
    Université Pierre et Marie Curie
    What do the convolutions of the brain, the appearance of wrinkles on the skin, formation of...