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Back to the black stuff?

Back to the black stuff?

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The new premier league players

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Paint it yellow for the real world

Paint it yellow for the real world

"Many HCPs do not realise that a medicine’s lack of effectiveness is reportable." There is a current trend to generate real-world data on medicines. This desire is being fuelled both by pharmaceutical companies and healthcare providers. In a cash...

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Prescribing on your gut?

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A new way to calibrate the postmortem clock?

A new way to calibrate the postmortem clock?

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  • Sense of smell is our most rapid warning system
    on October, 2021 at 2:01 pm

    The ability to detect and react to the smell of a potential threat is a precondition of our and other mammals' survival. Using a novel technique, researchers have been able to study what happens in the brain when the central nervous system judges a smell to represent danger. The study indicates […]

Technology

  • Putting honeybee hives on solar parks could boost...
    on October, 2021 at 9:22 pm

    The value of UK agriculture could be boosted by millions of pounds a year if thousands of honeybee hives were deployed on solar parks across the country, a new study reveals. However, scientists caution that the benefits of managing solar parks for wild pollinators over honeybees should be […]

Pharma

  • Gel fights drug-resistant bacteria and induces...
    on October, 2021 at 9:27 pm

    In the fight against multidrug-resistant bacteria, scientists have developed a new kind of antibiotic-free protection for wounds that kills drug-resistant bacteria and induces the body's own immune responses to fight infections.

Health

  • Meningitis: Researchers find possible treatment...
    on October, 2021 at 9:22 pm

    Meningitis is a very serious brain infection with limited treatment options. In a new study performed in rats, researchers present an alternative treatment based on immune cells that helps rinse away toxins that accumulate during the infection.

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