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  • University of Tartu and Spin-Off Regio to Use Radar Satellite Data to Map Floodings
    University of Tartu
    Based on data provided by the European Space Agency (ESA), the University of Tartu and AS Regio, an...
  • Folic acid in dietary supplements could increase risk of breast cancer
    Lund University
    In most women folate, a type of B vitamin, reduces the risk of breast cancer. However, in women...
  • Health study pinpoints key causes of child death in China
    University of Edinburgh
    Pneumonia is the leading cause of death amongst Chinese children, accounting for 17 per cent of...
  • Egg whites may help scientists crack problem of poultry infections
    University of Edinburgh
    Scientists have found proteins in egg whites that could be used to fight infections which cost the...
  • New monitoring project looks out for butterflies
    Lund University
    This spring a national butterfly project is beginning in Sweden and the public are being invited to...
  • Tomato genes produce promising results against brain tumours
    Lund University
    Tomato genes could be used as a future treatment in gene therapy, according to new research results...
  • Online audiovisual scientific communication*:Laboratory for Renewable Energy Valuable Materials
    Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
    The implementation of hydrogen as fuel requires finding appropriate systems for storage. In the...
  • Hepatitis A virus: Recent advances for improving treatment strategies
    UNIVERSITY OF BARCELONA
    A research article published in the journal PloS Pathogens could lead to improvements in the...
  • Increased risk of diabetes for children of immigrants in Sweden
    Lund University
    Children of immigrants from countries with low risk of type 1 diabetes develop the disease more...
  • Why do some parts of biological systems seem to be less adapted than others?
    Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
    Taking into account the randomness inherent in evolution, as scientists at the Autonomous...