Scientists use AI to help identify new cell types and cell functions

Researchers at Uppsala University, Sweden, have used Artificial Intelligence (AI) in a new method of image analysis to help researchers find new cell types...

How oxygen affects the synthesis of metal-organic frameworks

Researchers from South Korea have collaborated to identify the effects of oxygen on the synthesis of novel metal-organic frameworks. Metal-organic frameworks are composed of metal...

New tools for nuclear astrophysics experiments

Professor Arthur Champagne, from the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill and the Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratory, describes a new accelerator facility for...

Researchers develop new 3D photodetector modelled on a spider’s web

Innovators at Purdue University, USA, have modelled a 3D photodetector on the structure of a spider’s web for biomedical imaging. Purdue researchers used the structural...

The Education and Fiscal Citizenship Project in the Lusophone area

ISCAL and IDEFF Professor Clotilde Celorico Palma outlines the measures being taken in Portugal to improve citizens’ awareness of the social function of taxation through the Education and Fiscal Citizenship Project. Fiscal Education consists of a method of teaching and...

Accurate Monitoring of Cardiovascular Activity

Abdelhak M Zoubir and Michael Muma of Germany’s Technische Universität Darmstadt, discuss robust signal processing and accurate monitoring of cardiovascular activity in the service of human wellbeing. Signal processing encompasses the fundamental theory, applications, algorithms, and implementations of processing information...

A trailblazer for therapeutics

EUSA Pharma discusses its innovative approach to sourcing multi-use oncology therapeutics, enabling patients to embrace life and proving a clear competitor in the therapeutics market. EUSA Pharma is a rapidly growing commercial stage oncology company, focused on bringing innovative drugs...

A new method to map the dopamine system in Parkinson’s patients

The Department of Clinical Neuroscience at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden has developed a new imaging method to examine the dopamine system in the brain of patients with Parkinson’s disease. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter responsible for the control of movements. The...

Value-based management in long-term healthcare

A multidisciplinary team of Portuguese researchers is developing a value-based management model to be applied in long-term healthcare units. Countries all over the developed world are currently struggling to cope with increasing healthcare costs. In the specific case of long-term...

Functionalising drug development and treatment selection for solid tumour cancers

BioMarker Strategies introduces SnapPath®: a fluidics-based diagnostic system that enables automated and standardised ex vivo interrogation of live solid tumour cancers. The pharmaceutical industry is rapidly moving beyond the development of single-target agents guided by single-biomarker tests to the development...

A STRONG approach to sports science R&D

The Research Centre in Sports Sciences, Health Sciences and Human Development, Health and Human Development at the University of Beira Interior, Portugal, explores sport sciences research and development. The Research Centre in Sports Sciences, Health Sciences and Human Development (CIDESD)...

Catching the entatic state in photochemistry

Entatic state model complexes optimise the energies of starting and final configuration to enable fast reaction rates. The Herres-Pawlis group demonstrates that the entatic state principle can be used to tune the photochemistry of copper complexes. The Herres-Pawlis group is...

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