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  • Student solves snail fever mystery
    University of Edinburgh
    Scientists have solved an 80-year old mystery linked to an ancient but neglected tropical disease...
  • Collective motions near absolute zero
    Ludwig Maximilians University Munich
    Phase transitions between different states of matter can be associated with a specific type of...
  • Objective: averting biodiversity collapse in tropical forest protected areas
    University of Barcelona
    Many of the world’s tropical protected areas are struggling to sustain their biodiversity,...
  • Trinity Engineers’ New Technology Has Potential to Solve Septic Tank Problems
    Trinity College Dublin
    A new technology developed by Trinity College Dublin’s Environmental Engineering Group that has the...
  • Link with China to boost genetic research
    University of Edinburgh
    Research in the growing field of genomics will be boosted by an initiative that brings together...
  • Probing the limits of the living world
    Ludwig Maximilians University Munich
    Synthetic biology sets out to define the limits that separate living from non-living matter....
  • Certification not just marketing hype finds new report
    London School of Economics
    Does buying Fairtrade coffee and Forest Stewardship Council toilet roll have any impact?Accordingto...
  • Scientists Solve Structure of Important Protein in Energy Storage of Cells
    Trinity College Dublin
    Scientists at Trinity College Dublin, using a highly specialised crystallography technique have...
  • Discovery sheds light on flu infections
    University of Edinburgh
    Scientists have discovered a new gene in the influenza virus that helps the virus control the body’...
  • Why powerlines confuse the internal compass
    Ludwig Maximilians University Munich
    Migratory birds and fish use the Earth’s magnetic field to find their way. LMU researchers have now...