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  • Solutions to Baltic oxygen depletion to be evaluated
    Lund University
    Lund University researcher Daniel Conley has received a prestigious award from the American Pew...
  • New ways of exploring mechanisms for controlling body fat
    UNIVERSITY OF BARCELONA
    The blood glucose-lowering hormone FGF21 is also an activator of brown adipose tissue metabolism,...
  • The genome of the pea aphid has been sequenced by the International Aphid Genomics Consortium
    UNIVERSITY OF BARCELONA
    The genome of the pea aphid Acyrthosiphon pisum, a parasite of leguminous plants that causes major...
  • Biogas climate benefit greater than previously thought
    Lund University
    Biogas from refuse produces 95 per cent less greenhouse gas emissions than petrol, according to a...
  • One injection and two genes – effective treatment for Parkinson’s disease
    Lund University
    One single injection as a treatment for Parkinson’s disease. This is what researchers in Lund hope...
  • Butter produces lower blood fats than olive oil
    Lund University
    High blood fats generally increase cholesterol levels in the blood, which in turn increases the...
  • Blueberries combat bowel diseases
    Lund University
    It has long been known that blueberries contain large quantities of antioxidants and vitamins. Now...
  • Modern enzyme technology in bacteria from the Ebro delta
    UNIVERSITY OF BARCELONA
    Microbial enzymes are commonly used to reduce the levels of contamination created by industrial...
  • On Nature Photonics Sapienza Quantum Optics Group’s Research
    Sapienza University of Rome
    "Optimal quantum cloning of orbital angular momentum photon qubits through Hong–Ou–Mandel...
  • 2009 Advanced Investigators Grant to Sapienza's Physicists
    Sapienza University of Rome
    ERC, the European Research Council, awards Fernando Ferroni for the studies on neutrinos’mass and...