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March 14, 2022

Scientists make leap forward for genetic sequencing

March 14, 2022

Clearance of Senescent Cells is a Promising Approach to the Treatment of Alzheimer's Disease

Today's open access review discusses the growing burden of cellular senescence with age in the context of brain tissue and neurodegenerative disease. Cells become senescent constantly throughout life, largely the result of ordinary somatic cells hitting the Hayflick limit on replication, but also, and increasingly with age, due to a […]
March 14, 2022

Machine learning model finds COVID-19 risks for cancer patients

March 13, 2022

Playing video games may enhance reading skills

University of Saskatchewan (USask) psychology graduate student Shaylyn Kress may have identified what kids have wanted their parents to think all along – that playing video games regularly might count as homework. Data shows the activity may contribute to improving one’s peripheral attention skills that are essential for reading ability.  […]
March 13, 2022

Hormone may contribute to infertility in syndrome

March 13, 2022

Scientists launch study of how ageing is influenced by skin bacteria.

March 13, 2022

GSK’s shingles vaccine approved for younger immunocompromised patients

March 13, 2022

How our environment affects what we remember?

March 13, 2022

Preventing long-term pain from shingles

March 12, 2022

Building artificial nerve cells

For the first time, researchers demonstrate an artificial organic neuron, a nerve cell, that can be integrated with a living plant and an artificial organic synapse. Both the neuron and the synapse are made from printed organic electrochemical transistors. On connecting to the carnivorous Venus flytrap, the electrical pulses from […]
March 12, 2022

Crystallography, cryo-EM and AlphaFold: a perfect trio sheds light on key human antibacterial proteins

March 12, 2022

For glioblastoma, a new clinical trial fosters innovation and hope

March 12, 2022

An Enzyme’s Protective Role

March 12, 2022

Research aims to help women with Type 1 diabetes live longer, healthier lives

March 12, 2022

Genome Refolding Contributes to Cancer Therapy Resistance

March 12, 2022

Medical student searches for dynamic cellular organelles in molecular memory lab

March 12, 2022

Biosensors for Quick Assessment of Cancer Treatment

March 12, 2022

Scientists ‘supercharge’ cancer-fighting T cells

March 11, 2022

Some of the world’s lowest dementia rates are found in Amazonian indigenous groups

March 11, 2022

Recently Discovered Protein Turbocharges Gene Expression

March 11, 2022

Novel nanoparticles with potential for enhanced deep tumour therapy

March 11, 2022

Study hints at how early life experiences may affect brain wiring

March 11, 2022

Over one fourth of the older population in rural China affected by mild cognitive impairment

March 10, 2022

Researchers Examine Whether Virtual Reality Can Help Teens Regulate Emotions

March 10, 2022

Tiny Hero, Big Map: Cell Atlas of a Fruit Fly

March 10, 2022

Research network to tackle healthy ageing

March 10, 2022

Treating Tough Tumors by Exploiting Their Iron ‘Addiction’

March 10, 2022

Haider’s Window System Allows for Long-Term Studies of Brain Activity

March 9, 2022

Physical activity may protect your brain as you age

March 9, 2022

How Pancreatic Cells Reprogram Themselves to Limit the Immune Response in Patients at Risk for Type 1 Diabetes