Despite good intentions, most people will not achieve their goal. Could psychology provide the answer to creating and sticking to your new year resolutions?
An interview with Simon Karger and Alex Joseph, discussing Leap; a miniature camera that will allow surgeons to take a digital view inside live veins and arteries for the first time.
Erasing memories that link environmental cues to drug use could represent a potential new treatment for drug addiction, according to researchers at the University of Pittsburgh.
By focusing on the epigenetic changes that influence gene expression, scientists have managed to reduce memory loss and improve cognitive function in a mouse model of Alzheimer’s disease.
A UK survey of more than 2,000 young women has shown that many delay or avoid having a smear test due to feeling scared, vulnerable, embarrassed or not being in control.
Exploring the connection between science and music
New analysis explores impact of new hip surgery classification system on clinical decisions
Having tattoos not related to overall health status, study reveals
Telephone follow-up by pharmacists benefits patients after hospital discharge
Economic downturn during pregnancy linked to modest increase in preterm birth
People who are confident to do most things are more likely to recover from shoulder pain
Can CBD Oil Be Used to Treat Epilepsy?
CBD Oil and Parkinson’s Disease
Norepinephrine and Mental Health
Tina Stoschek & Dr Marcus Gerlach
Tina Stoschek and Marcus Gerlach discuss maximizing mAb generation using lab-scale clarification of cell cultures expressing recombinant antibodies.
Simon Karger & Alex Joseph
An interview with Cambridge Consultants, discussing Leap; a miniature camera that provides a digital view of live veins and arteries.
Tim Strassmaier and James Constantin
Learn how patch clamp technology meets high-throughput to benefit ion channel research in this interview with Tim and James, Nanion.
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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