After smouldering in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) for almost a year, killing near 1,000 people, the deadly Ebola virus crossed the border to Uganda in June 2109.
A pioneering new study suggests that babies born to obese or overweight women fail to grow properly during breastfeeding.
Researchers from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston explain that space travellers often face muscle loss that is caused due to reduced gravity during their flight missions in space.
Researchers have come up with a new study that reveals that cooking vegetables in the sofrito (sauté) with extra virgin olive oil could release certain bioactive compounds from the garlic, onion and tomatoes that could be beneficial for the body.
A new large-scale review of data on red meat consumption and mortality suggests that increasing intake of red and processed meat increases the risk of death from any cause.
A recent study shows that one in five children in the UK have a higher risk of developing adolescent mental health disorders or physical illness because of persistent poverty.
Scientists create 'mini-brain' for studying sporadic Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease
Higher coronary artery calcium levels in middle-age linked to increased risk for future heart problems
Baby socks contain traces of bisphenol A and parabens, study finds
Online shopping interventions could help customers make healthier choices
New discovery could improve therapies for Duchenne muscular dystrophy
Novel insight could improve vaccines that protect pregnant women and newborns
Chronic Pain: The 20 Most Painful Conditions
Genes and Depression
Does Vinegar Kill Bacteria?
Differentiating Cannabis with FTIR
Stable Isotope-Labeled Protein Standards for Absolute Quantification Using Mass Spectrometry
How to Ensure Consistent Quantification with Preclinical MRI
What is Human Biomonitoring?
What is Experimental Criminology?
What is the Hepatic Microsomal Enzyme System?
Progress towards a cure for HIV has been the holy grail for HIV researchers since bursting into the public consciousness in 1981.
Painsomnia is experienced by anyone with a chronic pain causing them to lose sleep, which in turn lowers their tolerance to pain.
The vast majority of pollution-related deaths are linked to fine particles less than 2.5 millionths of a metre (known as PM2.5).
An interview with Stéphane Marinesco, discussing the development of ultra-small microelectrode biosensors for the analysis of traumatic brain injuries.
Dr. Renee Frontiera
Renee Frontiera discusses the development of a super-resolution Raman microscope that could one day supersede fluorescence-based super-resolution microscopes.
In this interview, Joshua Crossney outlines his talk at Pittcon 2019, aimed to bring together analytical scientists with the medical cannabis community to bridge the gaps and advance research in the cannabis industry.
Building a Successful Email Campaign for a Scientific Audience
Using Webinars to Tell Science Stories – PART II
Reaching Scientists Through Newsletters
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