September 26, 2018

STEM News from Around The World

  • Sound can be used to print

    September 1, 2018
    Harvard University researchers have developed a new printing method that uses sound waves to generate droplets from liquids with an unprecedented range of composition and viscosity. This technique could finally enable the manufacturing of many [...]
  • A good night’s sleep: Not too long and not too short

    September 1, 2018
    Researchers have found a sweet spot of six to eight hours sleep a night is most beneficial for heart health. More or less is detrimental. Their findings are presented today at ESC Congress 2018. Study [...]
  • Why Women Get More Migraines

    August 16, 2018
    Women are disproportionately affected by migraines – and we may finally have an answer as to why that’s the case. After conducting a thorough literature review, a team of researchers believes that oestrogen has a [...]
  • Africa’s first online database on education research

    July 29, 2018
    A database on education research conducted by Africa-based researchers has been launched to raise the visibility and impact of such research. The database, which has about 2,000 education research including theses and working papers on 49 African countries, [...]
  • Modified Form of Botox Could Replace Opioids as Treatment for Chronic Pain

    July 21, 2018
    A modified form of botulinum toxin gives long-lasting pain relief in mice without adverse effects and, in time, could replace opioid drugs as a safe and effective way of treating chronic pain, according to research [...]
  • Mum’s Microbiota Determines Autism Risk in Mouse Model

    July 20, 2018
    • The mother’s microbiome, the collection of microscopic organisms that live inside us, determines the risk of autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders in her offspring, new research from the UVA School of Medicine shows. • [...]


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