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  • A Lethal Cocktail for Melanoma
    Jedrzej Malecki
    Jagiellonian University in Krakow
    Melanoma is a highly invasive and aggressive tumour; it does not respond to currently available...
  • Reliable Research through Biobanking
    Wolfgang Thasler
    Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU) Munich
    The immense faith that patients have in their physicians greatly promotes the healing process,...
  • Healing Chronic Wounds, Trojan Horse–Style
    Magdalena Kozakowska
    Jagiellonian University in Krakow
    Although the term “muscle damage” may sound serious, it is usually a mild injury that nearly all of...
  • The Magic Bullet: Heat-Seeking Drugs
    Lars H. Lindner
    Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich
    Image: Drug release from a temperature-sensitive liposome after heating from 37 to 41 °C. The magic...
  • SOX11 Can Improve Strategy in Targeting Cancer Treatment Options
    Sara Ek
    Lund University
    It’s been known for a while that different types of cancers require different types of treatments...
  • Dying in the 1990s vs. in the 2000s: Does Mental Functioning in Late Life Differ by Year of Death?
    Gizem Hülür
    Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
    Think you are smarter than your grandparents? You could be right. It has been documented that...
  • Eyes Are Ears, Hands Are Eyes: Understanding Integration of Senses Through Artificial Neural Networks
    Elisa Magosso
    University of Bologna
    Imagine being at a party with a friend: loud music is playing and people are talking loudly all...
  • Stroke, Robotics, and Sound: New Approaches in Treating Stroke Patients
    Florina Speth and Michael Wahl
    Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
    Nine out of ten patients are unable to use their arm following a stroke; for three or four out of...
  • When Two Become One: The Power of Multifunctional Drugs to Combat Deadly Tropical Infections
    Andrea Cavalli
    University of Bologna
    Tropical infections kill millions of people worldwide each year, in particular in the developing...
  • Malignant Individuals: Will Personalized Medicine Overcome the Diversity of Tumors?
    Philipp A. Greif
    Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU) Munich
    Recent advances in DNA sequencing technology allow, for the first time, identification of tumor-...