Latest news releases

  1. 24/07/2017

    Network of relationships between countries

    Highly developed countries canalise almost 50% of equity flows to tax havens

    Peer reviewed paper

    The Netherlands and the United Kingdom top two facilitators Worldwide only five countries are responsible for canalising 47% of multinational corpor…

    Universiteit van Amsterdam (UVA)

  2. 24/07/2017

    Skull of the cynodont therapsid Diademodon sp. from the Middle Triassic of South Africa. © Kévin Rey

    Our ancestors were already warm-blooded just before the Permian-Triassic extinction event

    Peer reviewed paper

    For how long have warm-blooded animals existed?  The time at which this character first appeared in the ancestors of mammals has long been debated.  N…

    CNRS (Délégation Paris Michel-Ange)

  3. 24/07/2017


    Rahul Roychoudhuri awarded prestigious Lister Prize

    The Lister Institute of Preventive Medicine has selected Babraham Institute group leader, Dr Rahul Roychoudhuri, to receive a Lister Institute Researc…

    Babraham Institute, The

  4. 24/07/2017

    Tai Chi May Help Prevent Falls in Older and At-Risk Adults

    Peer reviewed paper

    An analysis of published studies indicates that tai chi may help reduce the number of falls in both the older adult population and at-risk adults. The…

    « Wiley »

  5. 24/07/2017

    Retina degeneration can be slowed down in the mouse model for childhood dementia: The ganglion cells of a healthy retina on the left; a diseased retina in the centre. A diseased retina under treatment with teriflunomide on the right – it hardly differs from the healthy one. (Picture: Janos Groh)

    Chances to treat childhood dementia

    Peer reviewed paper

    Although dementia is most often seen in adults, childhood or adolescent dementia does occur. A team of researchers from the University of Würzburg b…

    Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, JMU

  6. 24/07/2017

    Thomas Le Reun/IRPHE

    Turbulence in planetary cores excited by tides

    Peer reviewed paper

    Veritable shields against high-energy particles, planets’ magnetic fields are produced by iron moving in their liquid core. Yet the dominant model for…

    CNRS (Délégation Paris Michel-Ange)

Forthcoming events

  1. 24/07/2017 — 26/07/2017

    Grey squirrel UK - Copyright Tim M Blackburn, UCL

    Mapping the state of alien species across the globe

    Invasive non-native species cost the world billions of dollars every year, threatening native species and biodiversity as well as human health and the…

    British Ecological Society (BES)

  2. 25/07/2017

    Unraveling the sense of smell - Nobel Prize Linda Buck in Trieste, Italy

    Nobel Prize Linda Buck in Trieste 25 July 2017, 5:00 p.m. ICTP, Leonardo da Vinci Building Trieste - ITALY An odour can trigger a memory, cause di…


  3. 04/10/2017 — 07/10/2017

    Conference announcement

    International Conference on Behaviour, Physiology and Genetics of Wildlife in Berlin

    From 4th to 7th October 2017 the Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research (IZW) and the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA) will or…

    Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V. (FVB)

  4. 22/07/2017 — 22/10/2017

    Dr Emma Parker

    Orton's life and legacy celebrated in three East Midlands exhibitions

    University of Leicester Joe Orton Expert Contributes to Public Events to Mark the 50th Anniversary of the Playwright’s Death A renowned University o…

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