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  • LSE and ETNO renew telecoms policy research collaboration
    London School of Economics
    ETNO, the European Telecommunications Network Operators Association, has renewed its support for...
  • TCD Scientists Make Breakthrough in Understanding Human Immune Response that has Potential for the Development of New Drug Therapies
    Trinity college Dublin
    A team of researchers at Trinity College Dublin’s School of Medicine has gained new insights into a...
  • Making waves on the net
    Ludwig Maximilians University Munich
    Protest blogs, the rise of the Pirate Party, the role of Facebook and Twitter in the Arab Spring:...
  • Programmable RNA Complex Could Speed Genome Editing in the Lab
    University of Vienna
    For bacteria, snipping apart DNA that bears certain signature sequences is a defense mechanism. For...
  • TCD Hosts Conference on Integrating Biodiversity Research, Policy and Practice
    Trinity College Dublin
    Trinity College Dublin recently hosted a conference on the integration of biodiversity research,...
  • Gallbladder surgery risks studied
    University of Edinburgh
    Elderly patients having gallbladder surgery may be more at risk depending on where they are treated...
  • Evolution of muscles: Fit as a sponge
    Ludwig Maximilians University Munich
    Sponges - a very old evolutionary lineage - lack true muscles but still have some proteins...
  • Nano-pesticides: Solution or threat for a cleaner and greener agriculture?
    University of Vienna
    Research is urgently needed to evaluate the risks and benefits of nano-pesticides to human and...
  • Tackling Educational Disadvantage in Higher Education
    Trinity College Dublin
    Over Forty Young Adults and Mature Students Graduate From Trinity Access Programmes Foundation...
  • Groundbreaking satellite a step closer
    University of Edinburgh
    A pioneering astronomy project that will seek to uncover the mystery of dark energy and matter has...