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New cookbook boosts protein diet to help people beat cancer
Study Reveals High Turnover and Rescue Effect of Scaffold Protein in Response to Heavy-ion Radiation
Reducing COVID transmission by 20 per cent could save 2,000 Australian lives this year
Scientists create new method to kill cyberattacks in less than second
How Do Typhoons Trigger Coastal Algal Blooms?
Insomnia in midlife may manifest as cognitive problems in retirement age
World Bee Day: Imperial bee scientists share their research
Mindfulness as key to success in psychotherapy
How plants colonized land
Summer Gap program seeks more young people
Chloride ion channel ASOR is required for vesicle shrinkage
Neuromorphic Memory Device Simulates Neurons and Synapses
Why are we so vulnerable to bad information?
Researchers have developed super wheat for salty soils
Missing piece to faster, cheaper and more accurate 3D mapping
‘Moth motorways’ could help resist climate change impact
Fear, compassion and other political emotions affect future of democracy
Medicinal cannabis shown to reduce pain and need for opiate painkillers among cancer patients
Expanding energy access in rural Lesotho
Artificial intelligence predicts patients’ race from their medical images
Respiratory Syncytial Virus responsible for more than 100,000 deaths worldwide in kids under five in 2019
Prehistoric feces reveal parasites from feasting at Stonehenge
Biocompatible binary hologram with drug-elution capabilities
Aerodynamic analysis causes rethink of biggest pterosaur
Satellites and drones can help save pollinators
Krill seekers: how Nuyina is revolutionising Antarctic research 20 May 2022
Why we need blue carbon investment roadmap
Project empowering farming communities in Southern Africa
Why rankings are more than just number
2022 Ciara Glennon Memorial Law Scholarship awarded
Wildlife volunteers’ mental health
Despite uncertainty, there is hope for long COVID patients
Starliner Launches to Space Station on Uncrewed Flight Test for NASA
People in prisons left behind in drive to reach universal healthcare goals
University of Toronto President Meric Gertler’s second term extended by two years
Turtles, dugongs in danger from seagrass loss
Croc meat may be unsafe for fish allergy sufferers
Removing barriers to ensure freshwater fish can complete their life cycle
What’s in your weed? label doesn’t tell you much, study suggests
International education is essential to supplement domestic skills and boost economic growth
Mystery mechanism in small peptide shows big promise for fighting antibiotic-resistance bacteria
NIEHS director visits to discuss environmental health concerns
What’s in your weed? Labels don’t tell you much, new study suggests
What’s in your weed? Study suggests labels don’t tell you much
Getting ourselves back to garden
Lab internship program bridges gap between degree and military service
New breathable gas sensors may improve monitoring of health, environment
UF to hold vigil in honor of Buffalo victims