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Telix Pharmaceuticals secures clearance for Japanese trial
Vanderbilt-developed obesity treatments will be advanced through collaboration with Soleno Therapeutics
One Health Frontier Graduate School of Excellence
Dr June Raine appointed as CEO of MHRA
Tricking novel coronavirus with a fake “handshake”
Feldberg Prize for Anne Ephrussi
Study Shows Voluntary Running Reduces Neuromuscular Decline In Aging Mice
In Dueling Ants Vying to Become Replacement Queen, Behavioral and Molecular Cues Quickly Determine Who Will Win
Public Health, Viral Variants and Vaccinations: Liverpool Responds February 22
New Chair of Commission on Human Medicines
Discovery shows how to treat heart attacks; drug development underway
Antibodies to Common Cold Coronaviruses Do Not Protect Against SARS-CoV-2
2021 University Scholars Align Research with School of Pharmacy
Bile acids may hold clue to colon cancer
Bone treatment startup raises $5.5 M in Series A financing, names pharmaceutical leader William Boyle as CEO
Dr. Daniel Hamstra named chair of Department of Radiation Oncology
Anticoagulant drug heparin targets coronavirus spike protein and could be repurposed to treat COVID-19
First hybrid gene therapy shows early promise in treating long QT syndrome
Common anticoagulant drug targets coronavirus spike protein and could be repurposed for COVID-19 treatment
From superbugs to climate, new WOSU series highlights latest in science
LSD may offer viable treatment for certain mental disorders
COVID-19 vaccine slated for possible approval next week
HRI reviews colchicine for cardiovascular disease
ACSL1 as a main catalyst of CoA conjugation of propionic acid-class NSAIDs in liver
Common pesticides stop bees and flies from getting a good night’s sleep
Increased blood flow during sleep tied to critical brain function
Ohio State Study: High Doses Of Saccharin Don’t Lead To Diabetes In Healthy Adults
Study: High doses of saccharin don’t lead to diabetes in healthy adults
Liverpool launches new Centre of Excellence for Long-acting Therapeutics
Researcher urges caution using drug to treat COVID-19
Response to infection therapy better understood thanks to a new technique
Loss of anti-tumor protein may cause resistance to certain cancer therapies
CIHR and JDRF funding drives efforts to find new stem cell-based therapies for Type 1 diabetes
More reliable pain diagnosis tools needed in people with dementia
Genes could be key to new Covid-19 treatments, study finds
Breast cancer study uncovers how macrophages may contribute to a therapeutic weak spot
TRNA fragments are involved in poststroke immune reactions
UNE’s intrepid endeavor to carry out research through COVID-19
UVA Aims to Battle Disease by Understanding Exercise’s Whole-Body Effects
Researchers identify an action mechanism for a drug against Alzheimer’ disease
Neurologist Michael Rogawski named fellow of National Academy of Inventors
Silk Road, Slavic Manuscripts, SARS-CoV-2
Scientists discover how COVID-19 virus causes multiple organ failure in mice
L’Oréal and UNESCO honor 6 promising women scientists through their Levant Young Talents Programme
Research team uncovers significant reason older adults are at increased risk of suffering a heart attack
UB and Hospital de Bellvitge will assess incidence of SARS-CoV-2 infection in university community
Q and A: Lisa Saksida honoured as a powerful advocate for women in STEM
Research reveals how baby’s first breath triggers life-saving changes in brain