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New method speeds up development of medication

New method speeds up development of medication

Researchers at the University of Zurich, Switzerland, have developed a method that will speed up the development of medication by determining the crystal structures...
Is AI transforming healthcare?

Is AI transforming healthcare?

Artificial intelligence (AI) already impacts our daily lives, in smart devices and virtual assistants, among other things. However, AI will eventually play a bigger...
Managing and storing data from millions of nerve cells

Managing and storing data from millions of nerve cells

A new method developed by researchers at Lund university, Sweden, makes it possible to recode neural signals into a format that computer processors can...
Parasitic whipworm has its own gut microflora

Parasitic whipworms have own gut microflora

Scientists at the University of Manchester, UK, have uncovered a new understanding on a little understood group of parasitic whipworm infections, which collectively afflict...
Evergreen 2 completes first loan for Citylabs 2.0

Evergreen 2 completes first loan for Citylabs 2.0

Manchester Science Partnerships, the leading UK operator of science and technology campuses, has been awarded an £18.5m (~€20.8) loan for the pioneering Citylabs 2.0...
Nightingale Health and THL Biobank: Personalised medicine

Nightingale Health and THL Biobank: Personalised medicine

Nightingale Health, the Finnish investor of an internationally recognised biomarker testing technology for chronic disease screening, will analyse 40,000 blood samples from Finland’s largest...
Revolutionising cancer research with diamonds

Revolutionising cancer research with diamonds

Using nanodiamonds, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is being revolutionised in the field of cancer research. Tumour tissue can now be detected sooner and distinguished...
How dangerous are asbestos fibres?

How dangerous are asbestos fibres?

Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral substance that can be pulled into a fluffy consistency, asbestos fibres are flexible but resistant to heat, electricity...
Using new breeding techniques

Using NBTs to turn tobacco plants into health-promoting biofactories

Researchers from Spain and eight other countries hope to create varieties of tobacco plants that contain substances of high value using New Breeding Techniques...
Trapping multidrug-resistant bacteria in molecular glue

Trapping multidrug-resistant bacteria in molecular glue

Researchers at VIB, KU Leuven and UZ Leuven, Belgium, have devised an innovative approach to develop antibacterial drugs. With multidrug-resistant bacteria and antibiotic resistance...

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