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Innovation in development: disruptive advantages of experimental medicine

Innovation in development: disruptive advantages of experimental medicine

Dr Paul Peter Tak, biotech expert, business leader and entrepreneur, explains that while experimental medicine can boost innovation, it is not without its challenges. Just...
Driving drug discovery: Cellular Thermal Shift Assay

Driving drug discovery: Cellular Thermal Shift Assay

Pelago’s CEO Michael Dabrowski discusses how CETSA® can help companies in the drug discovery phase and some of the challenges that the company has...
Kara Connect: a quiet but necessary disruption

Kara Connect: a quiet but necessary disruption

Kara Connect founder, Thorbjorg Helga Vigfusdottir explains why streamlining the service of society’s many administrative systems meant stepping away from politics. The young parents standing...
An average salary increase for developers and data scientists

An average salary increase for developers and data scientists

There has been an average salary increase of 1.4 percent for advertised tech roles since the beginning of 2018. The biggest increases have been experienced by PHP...
Bullying: Being bullied is associated with binge eating and smoking

Bullying and sexual abuse is associated with binge eating and smoking

People who have suffered bullying or sexual abuse have a lower quality of life and are more likely to display harmful behaviours like smoking...
How AI is outperforming experts in identifying cervical precancer

How AI is outperforming experts in identifying cervical precancer

The National Institutes of Health and Global Good has developed an AI algorithm which can identify cervical precancer changes which need attention. The AI approach,...
The Linear Accelerator Laboratory: furthering fundamental physics

The Linear Accelerator Laboratory: furthering fundamental physics

Achille Stocchi outlines the Linear Accelerator Laboratory’s contributions to various areas of the physics landscapes and introduces a new laboratory. The Linear Accelerator Laboratory is...
The world's first pregnancy following a robot-assisted uterus transplant

The world’s first pregnancy following a robot-assisted uterus transplant

The world's first pregnancy following robot-assisted surgery for a uterus transplant has taken place in Gothernburg, Sweden. The robot-assisted uterus transplant which led to the...
Social media addiction: is excessive use comparable to drug addiction?

Social media addiction: is excessive use comparable to drug addiction?

Should excessive use be characterised as a social media addiction a possibility? Is it comparable to drug addiction, in terms of impairing decision-making? Michigan State...
Over 65s are more likely to share fake news in America

Over 65s are more likely to share ‘fake news’ in America

A new analysis of 'fake news' on Facebook during the 2016 presidential election campaign in America shows that over 65s are the most likely...

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