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Septic shock and metastases: finding the culprits

How can cells of the human body respond quickly to physical and chemical changes in their environment? Although genetic mutations can cause changes to the properties of a cell, non-genetic mechanisms can drive rapid adaptation, in a process broadly termed cell plasticity. Cell plasticity is involved in fundamental biological processes […]
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New biomaterial to speed up healing of cranial bone injuries

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An implantable nano-based vehicle for the treatment of brain cancer

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New approach to ovarian cancer treatment uses RNA-based nanodrugs

April 26, 2023

New research hits cancer with a “one-two punch” targeted therapy

After attacking a tumour with a targeted therapy, the cancer might stagger but often comes back fighting — usually even harder to defeat. University of Saskatchewan (USask)-led research has revealed a promising strategy to strike tumour cells and land a knockout blow by choosing the right combination of cellular mechanisms […]
April 26, 2023

Artificial nerve cells – almost like biological

Researchers at Linköping University (LiU) have created an artificial organic neuron that closely mimics the characteristics of biological nerve cells. This artificial neuron can stimulate natural nerves, making it a promising technology for various medical treatments in the future. Work to develop increasingly functional artificial nerve cells continues at the […]
April 25, 2023

Reinforcement learning: from board games to protein design

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Cues in Speech, Voice Signal Earliest Stages of Dementia

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Earpiece that speeds up recovery after a stroke

April 20, 2023

Nature-study reveals new mechanism for DNA folding

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New use for synthetic platelets: treating inherited bleeding disorders

April 20, 2023

Scientists Regenerate Hair Cells that Enable Hearing

April 20, 2023

Tech Use, Depression in Older Adults

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New imaging technology may reduce surgeries for rectal cancer patients

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The investigational drug may improve stem cell transplantation for multiple myeloma patients

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