"On the Head..." Heading The Ball Linked With Neurodegeneration

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The brains of several ex-professional soccer players were assessed for damage linked to heading the ball.

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New Tests Help Detect Drivers Impaired by Marijuana Consumption

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Roadside saliva tests for tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) following consumption of edibles, show that lower THC cutoff points are needed for these tests to effectively detect marijuana ingestion.

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Engineering human organs onto a microchip

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Dan Huh talks about how bioengineers could use microengineering technologies to build more realistic models of human organs using organ-on-a-chip technology.

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What Tears Can Tell Us About Our Nutritional Health

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Adrienne R. Minerick, Associate Dean for Research & Innovation, College of Engineering, Michigan Technological University, tells us about the potential that tears can offer as an indicator of nutritional health.

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What Rings Do Medicinal Chemists Use, And Why?

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Investigation into the most common ring system and substitution patterns in the recent medicinal chemistry literature, as derived from the ChEMBL database.

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Deciding When Not To Act On Instinct

Deciding When Not To Act On Instinct

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Scientists uncover neural connection that can prevent us acting on instinct.

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Rapid Detection of Ebola
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A new, cost-effective technique has been developed which can detect Ebola within minutes, and could be used for real-time detection of the virus.

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Obesity Reprogrammes Muscle Stem Cells
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DNA methylation in muscle stem cells has been shown to be more common in obese than non-obese mice.

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Reversing Blood Stem Cell Ageing
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The function of young blood stem cells has been recreated by reprogramming functionally old cells, highlighting the potential of treating diseases such as anaemia and leukaemia.

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