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Treatments remain effective for Mpox says study  

Added: 15 Jan 2023

Joint research by British and German institutions suggest that current drugs used to combat the glo…

Breast cancer studies top global clinical trials for 2022

Added: 15 Jan 2023

Breast cancer remains the most studied disease according to recent global analysis of thousands of …

NASA awaits return of landmark space experiments cargo

Added: 8 Jan 2023

Samples from pioneering experiments into radiation, hydroponics and bioprospecting in microgravity …

Chemical sector welcomes REACH deadline consultation results

Added: 8 Jan 2023

Chemical sector businesses and organisations have overwhelmingly backed extension of transitional r…

Start-up raises £0.5 million-plus towards hard tumour immunotherapy goal

Added: 27 Nov 2022

Start-up Neobe Therapeutics has raised £520K towards financing its endeavours to reduce barriers to…

Birmingham Uni institute’s Arlt to be new MRC London Institute Director

Added: 27 Nov 2022

Award-winning clinical endocrinologist Professor Wiebke Arlt will be the new Director of the Medica…

Data explosion threatens Catch 22 for pathogen research

Added: 20 Nov 2022

Science’s efforts to tackle the challenge of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is being hampered by th…

Heriot-Watt joint initiative to market medical design

Added: 14 Nov 2022

Heriot-Watt University and Technology Scotland will work together to boost access to sustainable me…

Swiss-UK deal eases EU Horizon disappointments

Added: 14 Nov 2022

Britain and Switzerland have sealed an agreement for collaboration on research and innovation proje…

Health data project appeals for 5 million UK volunteers

Added: 7 Nov 2022

Five million UK adults are being invited to participate in one of the largest and most ambitious he…

Jha and Rannard headline at Lab Innovations

Added: 31 Oct 2022

Economist science correspondent Alok Jha and leading academic and spin-out pioneer Dr Steve Rannard…

Database of 4 million race starts enables major study of Thoroughbred sudden death

Added: 31 Oct 2022

The first study ever made on a large scale of sudden death in Thoroughbred race horses has suggeste…

The most detailed analysis of the human genome has been published by scientists

Global initiative aims to identify disease-linked genome variations

Added: 31 Oct 2022

A newly formed international collaborative science project created with the aim of identifying vari…

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Online games and brain stimulation offers hope for combating working memory decline

Added: 16 Oct 2022

Tailored online games combined with a form of brain stimulation appear to show significant results …

Global project to measure carbon footprint of clinical trials

Added: 16 Oct 2022

A new international initiative is developing a methodology to assess the respective environmental i…

US senators ask for comprehensive rubber turf study

Professional rugby players may have greater neurodegenerative disease risk, suggests research

Added: 9 Oct 2022

Former international rugby players included in a recent health study showed risks of neurodegenerat…

Ukraine conflict leaves a hole in clinical trials enrolment in region

Added: 9 Oct 2022

Clinical trials in Ukraine and Russia have plunged by around 50% during 2022, according to the late…

Quantum, click and evolution provide Nobel Science-winning ingredients 

Added: 6 Oct 2022

Quantum physics, click chemistry and evolutionary breakthroughs were the dominant themes for this y…

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AI-enhanced chromatography aims to boost analysis accuracy and speed

Added: 30 Sep 2022

Fujitsu has signed a deal with the French firm Phytocontrol to integrate artificial intellegence to…

Bibby scientific give school children an experimental experience at british science week

CCDC grants aim to inspire tomorrow’s structural chemistry pioneers

Added: 11 Sep 2022

One of the world’s leading resources for structural chemistry, Cambridge Crystallographic Data Cent…