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PatSnap launches Eureka, an AI-driven innovation intelligence solution

The AI-driven innovation Eureka translates the legal language of intellectual property into the technical language of research and development to promote effective collaboration and accelerate innovation TORONTO and LONDON — NOVEMBER 22, 2022 PatSnap, a global leader in innovation intelligence, launched Eureka today, an artificial intelligence (AI) powered solution that makes...
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How pregnancy changes the brain: 70% of women experience mental health issues

Pregnancy changes the brain in profound and long-lasting ways, affecting brain physiology, mood and behaviour.
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What are the brain markers of ADHD in children?

Researchers identified biomarkers of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children and a possible role for neuroimaging machine learning.
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Have researchers found a new biomarker for COVID-19?

A new biomarker for COVID-19? Researchers discover increased levels of the cytokine IL-26 in blood of acute patients.
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Rydberg atoms and atomic engineering

F Barry Dunning, a professor in the Department of Physics & Astronomy at Rice University, explores the atomic states within Rydberg atoms and their possibilities in atomic engineering.

UK-Swiss science deal likely as both lose access to Horizon Europe

As the UK and Switzerland continue to be blocked from the Horizon Europe scheme, a UK-Swiss science deal seems likely.
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SaliStick: World’s first saliva-based pregnancy test

The world’s first saliva-based pregnancy test is a non-invasive, easy and hygienic way to detect hormones, viruses and even diseases.
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Honeywell Manufacturing Excellence Platform: driving digital transformation in life sciences

Honeywell's Manufacturing Excellence Platform will revolutionise the digital transformation of the life sciences industry.

The Pillars of Creation: a James Webb update

The stunningly high-resolution telescope has captured yet more pictures of our universe in unprecedented detail and beauty with its newest release showing us the ‘Pillars of Creation’.
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What does the future hold for a UK and Horizon Europe partnership?

Following Brexit, the UK’s association with Horizon Europe has continually been contested and debated. What are the possibilities for a lasting UK and Horizon Europe partnership?
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European brain research: Addressing translational gaps

Sabine Hölter, Coordinator of the European Brain Research Area cluster PREMOS, calls attention to the translational value of animal models in brain research.
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Rethinking the serious leisure perspective

Cecilia Van Cauwenberghe from Frost & Sullivan’s TechCasting Group, urges us to rethink the serious leisure perspective.
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Do PCOS symptoms vary depending on where you live?

Women's PCOS symptoms vary from state to state in America and are influenced by race and general health, here's why.

Eating late at night increases risk of obesity, here’s why

Dieticians regularly warn against eating late at night but why is this and how does it affect body weight? New research reveals all.
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How does psilocybin rewire the brain?

Psilocybin rewires the brain in depressed people by freeing them up from long-held patterns of rumination and excessive self-focus.
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Metabolism detects our ancestry and risk of diseases

Our ancestry can be detected not only in our genes, but also in our metabolism, says ground-breaking Yale-led study.
MICROSCOPY IMAGE OF NEURAL CELLS WHERE FLUORESCENT MARKERS SHOW DIFFERENT TYPES OF CELLS. GREEN MARKS NEURONS AND AXONS, PURPLE MARKS NEURONS, RED MARKS DENDRITES, AND BLUE MARKS ALL CELLS. WHERE MULTIPLE MARKERS ARE PRESENT, COLOURS ARE MERGED AND TYPICALLY APPEAR AS YELLOW OR PINK DEPENDING ON THE PROPORTION OF MARKERS, CREDIT CORTICAL LAB

Lab-grown human brain cells in dish play video game

Fact or science fiction? A groundbreaking study has shown that human brain cells in a dish can play the video game Pong.

How the pandemic changed our personalities

The long-standing hypothesis on personality traits may need re-evaluating after a study claims that the pandemic changed our personalities.
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Talk therapy to improve mental health in dementia patients

Could talk therapy help dementia patients improve their mental health? Research suggests that it is beneficial for anxiety and depression.
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Predictive toxicology evolving from in vivo to in vitro to in silico systems

Cecilia Van Cauwenberghe from Frost & Sullivan’s TechCasting Group, lifts the lid on predictive toxicology evolving from in vivo to in vitro to in silico systems starting with a look at organoids & organ-on-chip microfluidic devices.

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