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blood cancer

Faster, Cheaper Way to Make Gene-Therapies Wins Grant

Funding to progress new gene delivery methodThe NSW government has awarded $500,000 to Indee Labs to partner with the University of Sydney to eliminate...
tumour metabolism

Drugs Targeting Tumour Metabolism Will Not Stop Our ‘Natural Killer’ Cells

Scientists have just made an important discovery as to how cancer-targeting ‘Natural Killer’ (NK) cells are fuelled in the body, which has significant implications...
video games

No Evidence to Support Link Between Violent Video Games and Behaviour

In a series of experiments, with more than 3,000 participants, the team demonstrated that video game concepts do not ‘prime’ players to behave in...
Earth's species

How $14 Billion Protected Earth’s Species

Billions of dollars of financial investment in global conservation has significantly reduced biodiversity loss, according to a new University of Oxford-led study involving UCL. For twenty-five years,...
vitamin D

Vitamin D Protects Against Severe Asthma Attacks

Asthma affects more than 300 million people worldwide and is estimated to cause almost 400,000 deaths annually. Asthma deaths arise primarily during episodes of...
video

Sexuality Is Vital to Older People’s Health, Happiness and Wellbeing

Politicians and academics in Greater Manchester are calling for conversations around older people and sex to be normalised with the launch of a new...
spatially offset Raman spectroscopy

Scientists Develop Fake Booze-Detecting Method in Fight Against Counterfeiters

Researchers at The University of Manchester have demonstrated that the world’s first handheld SORS device can detect fake spirits, such as vodka and whisky,...
cancer

Scientists Discover the Engine That Powers Cancer-Killing NK Cells

Scientists have just discovered how the engine that powers cancer-killing cells functions. Crucially, their research also highlights how that engine is fuelled and that...
genetic mutations

How Genetic Mutations Affect Development More Complex than Previously Thought

A large-scale study, published in Wellcome Open Research and which passed peer review today, has shown that inactivating the same gene in mouse embryos...
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Deformable Concrete for Earthquake-proof Buildings

The SHDS (Seismic-resistant Highly Deformable Structures) project builds upon the results of another EU-funded project called ANAGENNISI, which is recycling tyre rubber particles into...
dinosaurs

New Study Shakes the Roots of the Dinosaur Family Tree

This conclusion came as quite a shock since it ran counter to everything we'd learned Matthew BaronFor 130 years palaeontologists have been working with a...
tuberculosis

New TB Drug Candidates Developed from Soil Bacteria

New treatment for TB set to be developed using compounds derived from bacterium that live in soil – according to international collaboration of...
heart

Identifying Faulty Valves in the Heart

Researchers from the Division of Imaging Sciences & Biomedical Engineering at King’s have discovered an improved method for measuring the presence of an obstruction when the...
epidemic tracking tool

Researchers Create Online Epidemic Tracking Tool

The team, from the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and Imperial College London, are collaborating with the Microbiology Society to allow any researcher around the...
nail infection

New Treatment for Common Nail Infection

Researchers at the University of Southampton are trialling a new treatment for fungal nail infections, which may revolutionise the treatment of this common problem. Many...
heart attack sensor

Scientists Develop Revolutionary Heart Attack Sensor

An international collaboration of scientists involving a team of researchers at Manchester led by Dr David J. Lewis has developed a tiny electric sensor,...