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  • Stressed-Out Fat: The Force Driving the Obesity Epidemic?
    Nicholas M. Morton
    University of Edinburgh
    We have all heard the ominous references to the ‘epidemic of obesity’. Globally, by 2015, 2.3...
  • Brakes and throttles in fracture repair: Manipulating bone healing by drugs
    Anna Kajsa Harding
    Lund University
    Providing new tools for the orthopedic surgeon Drug treatment has become one of the most important...
  • Hunting the bugs
    Krzysztof Pyrć
    Jagiellonian University in Krakow
    Viral infections impose an enormous disease burden on humanity, but our knowledge about pathogenic...
  • How are your knees doing? Meniscal Tears Are Common with Age but Often Do Not Explain Knee Pain
    Martin Englund
    Lund University
    Sports are a common cause for meniscal injury of the knee in the young or active person, but did...
  • Growing new blood vessels to dodge heart disease: the story of proangiogenic gene therapy
    Agnieszka Jazwa
    Jagiellonian University in Krakow
    Cardiovascular disease is one of the top killers worldwide. Heart attacks affect an estimated 275,...
  • Diabetes Destroys Vessels - Can We Prevent This?
    Jerzy Kotlinowski
    Jagiellonian University in Krakow
    At the Jagiellonian University in Poland we are helping to understand the biology of vascular cell...
  • Strong hypothesis of linkage between herpes and Alzheimer
    Federico Lìcastro
    University of Bologna
    Bologna – New 5 genes related to Alzheimer, four of which never linked to the disease before....