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Using lasers to arrange artificial cells into tissue structures

Using lasers to arrange artificial cells into tissue structures

A team of researchers have used lasers to connect, arrange and merge artificial cells, paving the way for networks of artificial cells that act...
Drug development for pancreatic cancer

Drug development for pancreatic cancer

Queen’s University Belfast researchers at the Centre for Cancer Research and Cell Biology (CCRCB) in Northern Ireland alongside local company Fusion Antibodies plc have...
Noise can increase atrial fibrillation

Noise can increase atrial fibrillation

Scientists from the Department of Cardiology at the Mainz University Medical Center, Germany, have been able to prove that with an increasing level of...
Scientists identify cause of resistance to breakthrough cancer drug

Scientists identify cause of resistance to breakthrough cancer drug

Scientists have identified a mutation that gives cancer cells resistance to a breakthrough cancer drug for breast cancer and ovarian cancer –  olaparib and...
Machine learning flags emerging pathogens

Machine learning flags emerging pathogens

A new machine learning tool that can detect whether emerging strains of the bacterium Salmonella are more likely to cause dangerous bloodstream infections rather...
DMCoach: enabling citizens with type 2 diabetes to take charge of their health

DMCoach: helping Type 2 diabetes patients to take charge of their health

Matteo Melideo, from the EIT Digital-supported DM Coach app project, explains how the new app can provide personalised guidance to people with Type 2...
How do individual cells move?

How do individual cells move?

Scientists have developed a new way to see inside individual cells and study how they move and operate inside the human body. Researchers at the...
Vaccine development: immune cells defend against mutating viruses

Vaccine development: immune cells defend against mutating viruses

Scientists have discovered that immune cells can fight different strains of the same virus – a finding which could help transform vaccine development. Vaccines become...
Metabolic dysfunction and prescription drugs – not without consequences

Prescription drugs – not without consequences

Professor Eugenia Carvalho discusses drug-induced metabolic dysfunction, which she describes as an understudied and underfunded area of research. Life as we know it has been...
AAL Programme supports new ‘Fearless’ product

AAL Programme supports new ‘Fearless’ product

The Fearless project was led by the Austrian company cogvis and funded by the AAL Programme, and has now become available on the market. Initially,...

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