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Analyzing sweat via microelectronic fibers for non-invasive health monitoring
Imagine if a t-shirt could analyze sweat, potentially alerting the wearer to any health abnormalities.
Controlled manufacture, storage and freezing of artificial retinal cells
Researchers have now developed a new method for the production of stem-cell-based retinal implants.
MHH leads EU large-scale project for personalized cancer care
Fighting cancer: CAN.HEAL aims to advance prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer.
Long COVID: blood values indicate reprogramming of immune cells
Molecular clues to different subgroups of long COVID have now been provided by a research group at University Medicine Halle.
The architecture of shattered genomes
Scientists have reconstructed the chromosomes of patients with an extremely high number of aberrations in their genome.
Bacterial electricity: Membrane potential influences antibiotic tolerance
Dynamical patterns of electrical potential relate to growth and viability in spatially structured bacterial colonies.
Mechanical stimulation could be used to prevent falls and strengthen muscles
Mechanical vibrations could help improve our muscles and our balance control, according to research at Aston University.
Sequential antibiotic therapy in the laboratory and in patients
Rapid switching between different antibiotics could prevent the evolution of resistance and lead to successful treatment o...
New blood test differentiates neurodegeneration in Alzheimer’s disease from other dementias
A new blood test that can track and follow the neurodegeneration in Alzheimer’s disease – and exclude other dementias.