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  • Gene therapy to treat epilepsy a step closer
    Lund University
    Current antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) have many side-effects, among others slowing down brain activity...
  • Risk of even greater climate change
    Lund University
    The impact that emissions have on the climate partly depends on the land carbon cycle, i.e. how...
  • Sapienza at Nasiriyah on the tracks of the Sumerians
    Sapienza University
    Italian and Iraqi scholars join forces in an archaeological mission to train the next generation of...
  • More than half of all ACL reconstructions could be avoided
    Lund University
    Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries are common injuries to the knee, primarily affecting...
  • Melting DNA into a barcode
    Lund University
    A completely new method for producing an image of individual DNA molecules’ genetic make-up has...
  • New findings on troubling side effects of Parkinson’s medication
    Lund University
    One in every 100 elderly people suffers from Parkinson’s disease, a disease of the nervous system...
  • DNA test will help us to home in on our genetic history
    University of Edinburgh
    A simple DNA test could pinpoint the geographical roots of a person’s family to within a few miles...
  • New conservation methods increase risk of food poisoning
    Lund University
    In response to consumer demand for more natural food, the food industry has reduced the amount of...
  • Mapping the genome of the human body louse
    University of Barcelona
    An international team has obtained the genome sequence of the human body louse (Pediculus humanus...
  • Seabirds and parasites: understanding a long evolutionary history to protect biodiversity
    UNIVERSITY OF BARCELONA
    Seabirds and their parasites are the model used in a research study aimed at improving our...