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genetic diseasevideo

Researchers Bring New Insight into Devastating Genetic Disease

A team of researchers from the National Institutes of Health and University of Manchester have uncovered new insights into a rare genetic disease, with...
medical marijuana

The Science of Medical Marijuana

Assistant professor Robert Laprairie is leading a new lab in the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition that explores the effects of cannabinoids to help...
cancer drug

Public-Private Consortium Aims to Cut Preclinical Cancer Drug Discovery from Six...

Scientists from two U.S. national laboratories, industry and academia today launched an unprecedented effort to transform the way cancer drugs are discovered by creating...
disease and drug mechanisms

GSK and EMBL Form a New Strategic Collaboration to Enhance Understanding...

EMBL and GSK have signed a collaboration agreement to leverage the skills of both organisations to enhance understanding of disease and drug mechanisms and advance...
dental treatments

Natural Tooth Repair Method, Using Alzheimer’s Drug, Could Revolutionise Dental Treatments

A new method of stimulating the renewal of living stem cells in tooth pulp using an Alzheimer’s drug has been discovered by a team...
Meningococcal B

South Australia leads nation with Australian-first Meningococcal B study

Sixty thousand eligible teenagers and young adults from across South Australia who are enrolled in Years 10, 11 and 12 in 2017 will be offered...
drug development

Genetic approach could help identify side-effects at early stages of drug...

An approach that could reduce the chances of drugs failing during the later stages of clinical trials has been demonstrated by a collaboration between...
antibiotics

A faster and cheaper way to produce new antibiotics 

A novel way of synthesising a promising new antibiotic has been identified by scientists at the University of Bristol. By expressing the genes involved...
lithium

Fruit flies live longer on lithium

Fruit flies live 16% longer than average when given low doses of the mood stabiliser lithium, according to a UCL-led study.