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Research sheds light on how brain metastasis occurs

Sep 25, 2021
A recent study from USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center, part of Keck Medicine of USC, suggests that the region cancer spreads to in the brain may not be random, but rather, is dependent on where cancer originated in the body.

New research finds how associative memories are formed

Sep 23, 2021
The ability to remember relationships between unrelated items (an odour and a location, a song and an event) is known as associative memory.

Study shows antibiotic levels measurable in breath samples

Sep 22, 2021
A team of engineers and biotechnologists at the University of Freiburg has for the first time shown in mammals that the levels of antibiotics in the body can be determined using breath samples.

Study shows inhibiting targets of SARS-CoV-2 proteases can block infection

Sep 21, 2021
Researchers at the University of Liverpool have shown how SARS-CoV-2 viral proteases attack the host cell, and how this can be targeted to stop virus replication in cell culture using existing drugs.

Melanoma patients benefit from immunotherapy drug: Study

Sep 20, 2021
According to the results of an international, randomised phase III clinical trial led by UPMC Hillman Cancer Center, immunotherapy called pembrolizumab reduced cancer recurrence after surgery in patients with stage IIb and IIc melanoma.

Standing might help with insulin sensitivity: Research

Sep 18, 2021
During a recent Finnish collaborative study of Turku PET Centre and UKK institute, researchers noticed that standing is associated with better insulin sensitivity, hence increasing the daily standing time might therefore help prevent chronic diseases.

New technology can produce clear images through murky water

Sep 18, 2021
Researchers have developed a new method that can automatically produce clear images even through murky water.

Weather extremes might amplify by 2060s due to changes in jet stream

Sep 14, 2021
Researchers reconstructed the jet stream's tumultuous past and found that climate-caused disruptions are likely to have drastic weather-related consequences for societies on both sides of the Atlantic.

Food science explains inner workings of membrane-free cell compartments: Study

Sep 14, 2021
Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers reported that food science principles have helped them determine how unusual droplets within cells stay organised and avoid dissolving into the rest of the cell's gelatinous interior.

Researchers find prehistoric primates had sweet tooth

Sep 13, 2021
During a recent study, scientists found dental fossils belonging to a species of prehistoric primate, Microsyops latidens, which dates back to the early eocene (around 54 million years ago), display the earliest known evidence of dental caries in mammals.




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