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Resistance to antibiotics: a global health challenge

Paul Chapman, a partner at the intellectual property firm Marks & Clerk discusses the risk of resistance to antibiotics, and outlines why antimicrobial resistance is...
How a supermarket salad can transfer antibiotic resistance genes

How a supermarket salad can transfer antibiotic resistance genes

Researchers from Julius Kühn Institut, Germany found that a supermarket salad can transfer antibiotic resistance genes, which are difficult to detect. The research team analysed...
Brain stimulation therapy: a new project funded by the ERC

Brain stimulation therapy: a new project funded by the ERC

German, Finnish, and Italian scientists are working on a brain stimulation therapy helmet funded by the European Research Council (ERC). The helmet could be used...
Scientists create the first computer model of Alzheimer's

Scientists create the first computer model of Alzheimer’s

A team of scientists have created the first ever computer model of Alzheimer's proteins to see the path of Alzheimer's and other degenerative diseases spreading through...
Regenerative medicine: EuroNanoMed nanotech from bench to bedside

Regenerative medicine: EuroNanoMed nanotech from bench to bedside

Ignacio Baananate, co-ordinator of EuroNanoMed 3, explains how the network is evolving and discusses the last calls for innovative research projects in nanomedicine. Established in...
Do you have cyberchondria? Defining problematic internet usage

Do you have cyberchondria? Defining problematic internet usage

There is a new definition of problematic internet usage, and research assessing potential new cyber mental health conditions such as cyberchondria and dysphoria from internet...
Is meat carcinogenic? Investigating the relationship between processed meat and breast cancer

Is meat carcinogenic? The relationship between processed meat and breast cancer

Researchers have reviewed several studies to investigate the relationship between processed meat and breast cancer. The new analysis responds to a need to review the studies on the link between...
Winter depression: why do some people suffer from SAD and others do not?

Winter depression: why do some people suffer from SAD and others do not?

A team of researchers have investigating why some people suffer from winter depression, while others are more resilient in resisting depression. The researchers have used...
Mass drug administration could eliminate neglected tropical diseases

Mass drug administration could eliminate neglected tropical diseases

A partnership of Australian researchers and researchers in the Solomon Islands have studied the potential for mass drug administration to eliminate neglected tropical diseases...
Airport infections: preventing the spread of pathogens on plane travel

Airport infections: preventing the spread of pathogens on plane travel

Plane travel is one of the ways that pathogens can spread over great distances within a matter of hours. The HyFly joint research project...

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