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COVID-19 Survey Shows One-Third of Researchers Could Leave Neuroscience
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A UK-wide survey, organized by the British Neuroscience Association, has exposed the damaging effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on neuroscience research.

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SARS-CoV-2 Is Re-emerging Following the Relaxation of Lockdown Restrictions
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In many countries, after weeks or months of tight COVID-19 lockdown restrictions, governments and officials have been gradually relaxing the rules. However, cases are now cropping up in areas declared "coronavirus free".

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How Can Object Storage Help Manage Research Data?
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Object storage is a way of storing huge numbers of files without having to manage a folder-based file system. But object storage remains relatively niche outside of web-scale deployments. In this article, OCF's Martin Ellis discusses the future of object storage in research,

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Vagus Nerve Stimulation Breakthrough Suggests Route To Therapies for Arthritis, Heart Failure
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A new paper provides timely evidence to explain the therapeutic benefits of vagal nerve stimulation (VNS), a nervous system-modifying treatment that proponents say could offer relief to patients with lupus, arthritis and even heart failure.

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"Biology Has Become One Huge Canvas" – An Interview With Brain Prize Winner Sir Adrian Bird
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This year's winners of the Lundbeck Foundation’s Brain Prize are Sir Adrian Bird and Huda Zoghbi, who are recognized for their work towards understanding the inherited brain disorder Rett syndrome. Technology Networks recently spoke to Sir Adrian to discuss his lab’s contribution towards decoding the syndrome's origins.

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The Future of Drug Discovery: AI, Automation and Beyond
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In a recent interview with Technology Networks, Pieter Peeters, Leader of High Dimensional Biology and Discovery Data Sciences Group at Janssen Research & Development, discusses the evolution of artificial intelligence (AI), and how it can be used to discover, develop and test new drugs.

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Neuroscience, Science Communication and #ShutdownSTEM
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In the wake of #ShutdownSTEM, we share some important resources and look towards the impact of the movement on science and science communication.

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How New Technology Is Simplifying Solid Sample Analysis
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For years, cost and instrument limitations have prohibited many commercial applications of mass spectrometry, but now, a breakthrough in laser ablation laser ionization (LALI) technology has overcome many of these challenges as well as improved technical capabilities.

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A Global Mass Spectrometry Coalition To Combat COVID-19
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A global coalition involving over 500 scientists, known as the COVID-19 MS Coalition, was announced earlier this week. The coalition aims to share mass spectrometry data on COVID-19 for the purpose of novel biomarker discovery and understanding the infection more deeply at a molecular level. Technology Networks spoke with Perdita Barran to find out more.

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Testing a Drug Compound in Clinical Trials
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In a recent interview with Technology Networks, Dr Stephen Wright, Independent Consultant in medicines development, talks us through the various stages of clinical drug development. He explains what is meant by an IND application, discusses how clinical trials are designed and how the data generated in these trials is processed.

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