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New drug effective against malaria

September 18, 2017 Editor

Tulane University researchers have developed a new drug that is effective against non-severe cases of malaria, according to results from an FDA-supervised clinical trial published in the latest issue of The Lancet Infectious Diseases. The results […]

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Source of Human Heartbeat Revealed in 3-D

August 7, 2017 Editor

Pioneering new study is set to help surgeons repair hearts without damaging precious tissue A team of scientists from Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU), The University of Manchester, Aarhus University and Newcastle University, have developed […]

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Antimalarial drugs: Potential new target identified

June 15, 2017 Editor

A newly described protein could be an effective target for combatting drug-resistant malaria parasites. The protein, the transcription factor PfAP2-I, regulates a number of genes involved with the parasite’s invasion of red blood cells, a […]

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Brain Ethics

January 30, 2017 Daniel Boadzie

Among all the marvelous things on earth, none is more outstanding than the human brain. Even after more than 6000 years of human civilization, we still do not fully comprehend how the mind works and […]

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16th September Top 10 STEM News

September 16, 2016 Editor

Our editor’s pick of this week’s in September Top 10 STEM News Gene therapy for sickle cell disease passes key preclinical test A precision-engineered gene therapy virus, inserted into blood stem cells that are then transplanted, […]

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26th August Top 10 STEM News

August 25, 2016 Editor

Our editors round up for 26th August Top 10 STEM News: Research confirms that sitting in traffic is officially bad for you Drivers have been urged to close windows and turn off fans while in traffic […]

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