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cancer

Mistaken Antibodies May Have Led Cancer Research down a 20-year Dead...

The study questions whether reliance on insufficiently-validated antibodies has led science down a dead-end path since the discovery of estrogen receptor beta (ESR2) in...
dementia

Therapies That Target Dementia in Early Stages Critical to Success

A collaborative study between researchers from Bristol’s School of Physiology, Pharmacology and Neuroscience, and the pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly and Company, studied the behaviour...
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Moss Biopolymer Reveals How Plants First Colonized Land

A new study of mosses brings scientists one step closer to solving a mystery in plant biology: how plants made the transition from water...
soil carbon

Losses of Soil Carbon under Global Warming Might Equal U.S. Emissions

For decades scientists have speculated that rising global temperatures might alter the ability of soils to store carbon, potentially releasing huge amounts of carbon...
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Reconstructing Greenland’s Climate

It is not easy to reconstruct past temperature changes beyond the 150 year time frame of recorded observations, but EU Marie Curie Fellow, Takuro...
Can­cer Ther­apy

A Com­mon Heart Prob­lem Caused by Can­cer Ther­apy Avoided Blood Ves­sel...

Doxorubicin treatment, which is commonly used in a variety of cancers, leads to cardiac atrophy and body wasting. Researchers from the Wihuri Research Institute...
bladder cancer

Targeted alpha therapy shows promise against bladder cancer

A new treatment for bladder carcinoma is being developed by the JRC and Munich’s Technical University hospital Klinikum rechts der Isar. Recently, the first in-human...
Freeform Surfaces

Algorithmic Solutions to Manufacturing Freeform Shapes

The key aim of the EU-funded GEMS project has been to reconcile industry’s need to manufacture such parts cost-effectively and in large numbers, while...
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Spiders teach scientists how to create a completely novel liquid-solid material

EU-funded scientists learn how to replicate a spider’s silk thread and its unique ability to always remain taut.