AI Predicts Genetics of Brain Cancers in Less Than 90 Seconds
Researchers hope the AI tool will improve diagnosis and treatment of cancerous brain tumors, as well as boost clinical trial enrollment.
Researchers Synthesize Promising Cancer-Killing Plant Molecule
Researchers have created a way to synthesize a molecule with remarkable anticancer properties, jerantinine A, produced by a plant called Tabernaemontana corymbosa.
Brain Prize 2023 Awarded for Pioneering Synaptic Plasticity Research
The Lundbeck Foundation has announced the recipients of The Brain Prize 2023, the world’s largest award for outstanding contributions to neuroscience.
Drinking Straws Help To Uncover New Fluid Flow Laws
Researchers have uncovered new laws governing the flow of fluids through experiments on a technology thousands of years old: a drinking straw. This knowledge could be useful for improving fluid handling in medical and engineering applications.
Why Does a Leukemic Mutation Not Always Lead to the Disease?
Researchers have discovered how a leukemic mutation is linked to varying potentials for disease development – possibly helping to identify patients with the mutation who are at most risk.
Spectroscopy Probe Could Make Brain Navigation Safer
Research suggests that a new probe that performs two types of spectroscopy could make deep brain stimulation safer and improve success rates.
How Exactly Do Antibiotics Stop Bacterial Growth?
High-performance microscopy has thrown light on the mechanisms behind how antibiotics stop bacterial growth.
Link Between Melatonin Use and Depression Explored in New Study
An observational study suggests that medical sleep treatment may reduce self-harm in young people with anxiety and depression.
The Molecular Mechanisms That Spark Our Ability To See Are Revealed
Researchers have deciphered the molecular processes that first occur in the eye when light hits the retina, which are essential for human vision.