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  • Trapping light in a carbon net
    Ludwig Maximilians University Munich
    Graphene, an ordered monolayer of carbon, is the thinnest substance known, and yet has...
  • Scientists discover a new function of the dopamine in the pineal gland, involved in sleep regulation
    University of Barcelona
    A group of researchers from the Faculty of Biology of the University of Barcelona --affiliated...
  • New Guide on Dementia Care Launched in Trinity College Dublin
    Trinity College Dublin
    Practical Guide Disseminates Key Findings of Dementia Research Report A new guide on dementia care...
  • Bugs in key role of CO2 storage method
    University of Edinburgh
    Tiny microbes are at the heart of a novel agricultural technique to manage harmful greenhouse gas...
  • Cycling proteins determine cell division
    Ludwig Maximilians University Munich
    When a cell divides, it first doubles in size and then constricts in the middle. A new model...
  • A new dating method applied on several cave paintings shows cave art is 20,000 years older than previously thought
    University of Barcelona
    Scientists from several universities and research institutions, such as João Zilhão, ICREA...
  • New Groundbreaking Research by Scientists Finds Nanoparticles in Polluted Air, Smoke and Nanotechnology Products Have Serious Impact on Health
    Trinity College Dublin
    Trinity College Dublin Scientists Establish link between Autoimmune Diseases such as Rheumatoid...
  • Film festival and University combine
    University of Edinburgh
    Now in its 66th year, the Edinburgh International Film Festival returns with scores of premieres, a...
  • Gang of Four: Genetic variants influence migraine risk
    Ludwig Maximilians University Munich
    Headache strikes out of the blue, noise or bright light suddenly becomes intolerable, nausea and...
  • LSE Review of Books launches with mission to share serious learning and good writing with the world
    London School of Economics
    The best writing in the social sciences is the focus of a new LSE Review of Books which is launched...