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October 23, 2022

The Magic of Active Matter

October 22, 2022

What Is An Albino Monkey, And How Rare Are They?

October 18, 2022

MIT system “sees” the inner structure of the body during physical rehab

October 16, 2022

An AI model reveals how the body’s defence system recognises skin cancer

October 13, 2022

Neurodegeneration can be studied long before symptoms arise

Many changes take place in the brain long before symptoms appear. This has been shown in mice in two studies of prion diseases in which the brain gradually deteriorates. The results suggest that changes can be studied extremely early in the disease process, which is important if we are to […]
October 13, 2022

Researchers discover how deadly brain cancer evades treatments

McMaster University researcher Sheila Singh and her team have discovered how glioblastoma, a lethal brain cancer, can evade treatments and kill. The researchers found the cancer cells that survive the first round of radiotherapy or chemotherapy do so by mutating during the post-treatment minimal residual disease (MRD) or dormant state. […]
October 13, 2022

Researcher targets pain relief from diabetic neuropathy

Diabetes affects about three million Canadians, with the prevalence increasing yearly. About half of those living with diabetes experience nerve pain and sensory issues—called diabetic neuropathy—ranging from mildly uncomfortable to severely debilitating. University of Saskatchewan (USask) College of Medicine PhD student Joseph Neapetung is focusing his research on investigating the […]
October 13, 2022

How fear memories get stuck in some brains

Researchers at Linköping University have discovered a biological mechanism that increases the strength with which fear memories are stored in the brain. The study provides new knowledge on the mechanisms behind anxiety-related disorders, and identifies shared mechanisms behind anxiety and alcohol dependence. The ability to experience fear is essential to […]
October 11, 2022

Monoclonal antibody improves cat allergen immunotherapy

October 11, 2022

Brain differences in men and women could affect post-stroke outcomes

Strokes are the third leading cause of death in Canada and have impacted close to 880,000 Canadians over the age of 20. “A stroke is caused by a loss of blood flow to brain cells. Without urgent intervention this may cause those cells to die because they constantly need energy […]
October 10, 2022

New tool discovers cancer-driving genes

October 8, 2022

A Clear Vision: The Promise of a Bionic Eye

October 6, 2022

Brain tricked into thinking it is fasting to cope better with inflammation

October 2, 2022

Disarming the Body’s Defenders

October 1, 2022

Defining neural ‘representation’

September 29, 2022

Working toward making ‘tissue engineering’ a reality

September 29, 2022

Machine learning creates opportunity for new personalized therapies

September 28, 2022

Study sheds light on precancerous ‘clonal outgrowth’ in blood cells

September 28, 2022

A Behavioral Test to Detect Early Risk of Alzheimer's

September 26, 2022

Nanoplastics can disrupt human liver, lung cells’ processes in lab experiments

September 24, 2022

The in-home wireless device tracks disease progression in Parkinson’s patients

September 23, 2022

Weightless on Earth with Vivaldi

September 22, 2022

Reimagining Mental Health

September 22, 2022

Laser light offers new tool for treating bone cancer

September 20, 2022

Getting Rid of Unwanted Transformed Cells: Possible New Directions in Cancer Therapy

September 19, 2022

Beyond AlphaFold: AI excels at creating new proteins

September 19, 2022

Engineers develop new wearable device to monitor tumor size

September 18, 2022

Nanoengineering may hold the key to developing more effective, safer treatments for a deadly childhood cancer

September 16, 2022

How does dairy affect a child’s growth and development?

A group of University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers are looking into how nutrition, particularly dairy foods, affect growth and development in Canadian children. The research team is currently recruiting Canadian children aged 5 to 11 years old who have no history of chronic conditions and who are not currently taking […]
September 16, 2022

Risk factors for heart disease and stroke largely similar in men and women globally

Women and men share most of the same risk factors for cardiovascular disease (CVD), a large international study has found — the first such study to include people not only from high-income countries, but also from low- and middle-income countries where the burden of CVD is the greatest. The study has […]