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Diabetes education to protect tomorrow

Prof Andrew Boulton, President, International Diabetes Federation, calls for more to be done to improve access to diabetes education.
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The International Symposium on Rice Functional Genomics

From the 4th to the 7th of November 2022, Phuket, Thailand will host the 19 International Symposium on Rice Functional Genomics ISRFG 2022 where we will see agricultural science “Driving the Next Green Revolution”.
Milk for sale in supermarket

Why do Europeans have lactose tolerance?

Famine and disease were the catalyst for the evolution of lactose tolerance in Europe, and explain why others are lactose intolerant.
ALACI22 Immunology in Latin America and the Caribbean and the IUIS Global Meeting

ALACI22 Immunology in Latin America and the Caribbean and the IUIS Global Meeting

Sharing information on Immunology is essential for success in battling disease in the global population.
IVF treatment in a Petri dish, transferring embryo cell DNA

What is the science behind IVF failure?

Researchers find that IVF failure is commonly due to spontaneous errors in the early phases of cell division which causes so many human embryos to fail to develop.
a needle injected into an insulin bottle

Type 1 diabetes treatment finds new target

A new route to the regeneration of insulin in the pancreatic stem cells indicates a major breakthrough for Types 1 and 2 Diabetes therapies.
data, degenerative eye disease

Data capture for researching degenerative eye disease

Translational Imaging Innovations makes data accessible to research degenerative eye disease.
effects of nanoparticles

The effects of nanoparticles and the disruption of neural development

Ken Tachibana explores how the effects of nanoparticles on the environment and human body and brain have been left largely unexamined.
genetic disease, creatine transporter deficiency

The challenge of treating genetic diseases: The example of creatine transporter deficiency

The vast majority of genetic diseases remains beyond possibilities of treatment with research continuing to be able to offer therapies to the affected patients.
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Cerebral creatine deficiency syndrome through genetic treatments

Cecilia Van Cauwenberghe from Frost & Sullivan’s TechCasting Group, addresses cerebral creatine deficiency syndrome through genetic treatments.
unlocking dark matter

Unlocking dark matter in our genome to fuel immune responses

Dr Helen M Rowe at the Centre for Immunobiology at the Queen Mary University of London looks towards unlocking dark matter for the potential to boost immune responses in humans.
prostate cancer cells

Genomic instability and nuclear architecture in cancer

Sabine Mai and Aline Rangel-Pozzo, at the CancerCare Manitoba Research Institute and The University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada, discuss genomic instability in relation to 3D spatial organization of telomeres.
genetic wellbeing, covid-19 pandemic

Some people had better genetic wellbeing during COVID-19

Genetic wellbeing differed between people when impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic – some people were able to handle stress better than others.
predictive genomics, healthcare systems

Can predictive genomics make our healthcare systems more sustainable?

Dr Zisis Kozlakidis with Francesco Florindi, discuss predictive genomics and ask if it can help make our healthcare systems more sustainable.

All people with blue eyes have one common ancestor 

Scientists reveal that a genetic mutation, happening around 10,000 years ago, led to the repression of melanin for humans with blue eyes.
better health for all, CIHR

CIHR: Supporting better health for all Canadians

CIHR was created in 2000 as an independent funding agency to provide leadership and support to health researchers and trainees across Canada, promoting better health for all.
Centre for Immunobiology

Helen Rowe Lab – studying genomic ‘dark matter’

The Helen Rowe Lab studies how genomic ‘dark matter’ function, regulates immune genes and interferons in normal human cells.
Administration of justice

From crime scene to courtroom: Advancing the fair administration of justice

National Institute of Justice forensic science research is strengthening the fair and impartial administration of justice, explains Jonathan McGrath, Senior Policy Analyst, National Institute of Justice, Office of Investigative and Forensic Sciences
brittle bone disease, exosome therapy

Exosome therapy for brittle bone disease

Pascale V Guillot, Associate Professor at University College London, investigates the possibility of exosome therapy for those living with brittle bone disease.
ICU COVID cases, severe COVID cases

Scientists discover 16 genes linked to ICU COVID cases

Scientists say that 16 specific genes are potentially responsible for why some people become ICU COVID cases, and others don't.

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