A once-a-week insulin therapy may restructure Type 2 diabetes treatment

A new clinical trial has suggested that a novel once-a-week insulin therapy could replace conventional Type 2 diabetes treatment.

Discovery of AMBRA1 enzyme may help cancer treatment

New research suggests a novel enzyme called AMBRA1 that has eluded scientists for over 25 years may revolutionise cancer treatment.

Machine learning could help slow down future pandemics

Researchers have determined that machine learning could be key to slowing down the spread of infection during future pandemics.

Younger people and the risk of sudden cardiac death

Discussing the prevalence of coronary artery disease and autopsy findings among sudden cardiac death victims under the age of 50.

Illuminating the association between aluminium and familial Alzheimer’s disease

Researchers at Keele University have found aluminium co-located with phosphorylated tau protein, which is an early initiator of familial Alzheimer’s disease.

Engineering protein-based drugs using Artificial Intelligence

Researchers from Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden have developed a method of developing protein-based drugs using artificial intelligence.

Detecting carpal tunnel syndrome with a smartphone application

A Japanese research group has developed a smartphone application that can be used to screen for carpal tunnel syndrome.

Intelligent graphene-based implant for personalised neurological therapy

INBRAIN Neuroelectronics, a Graphene Flagship spin-off, has developed an intelligent graphene-based neural implant for personalised neurological therapy in brain disorders. INBRAIN Neuroelectronics’ work lies at the intersection between MedTech, DeepTech and Digital Health. The company’s objective is to decode brain...

Gene therapy innovation centre will lead to life-changing treatments

A new gene therapy innovation centre at the University of Sheffield is on track to advance scientific discoveries into treatment options for millions of patients with life-threatening diseases.

Stroke Action Plan for Europe rolls out

The European Stroke Organisation's Stroke Action Plan for Europe aims to provide better patient care and implement strategies to reduce risk.

Scientists use silkworm silk to grow skeletal muscle cells

Researchers are using silkworm silk to grow skeletal muscle cells, potentially leading to better treatments for muscle atrophy.

A flexible approach to bioimplants

New kind of bioimplants are being developed by the Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering at Sheffield University.

Fighting COVID-19 with the One Health Initiative

The One Health Initiative’s Dr Bruce Kaplan argues that it is now time for a One Health approach to combat COVID-19 and any future pandemics.

The future of breast cancer diagnosis

Dr Martin Stauber, CEO of GratXray AG, describes the company’s new one-stop solution for accurate and painless breast cancer diagnosis.

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