Latest news releases

  1. 24/05/2016

    Chemists at The Scripps Research Institute have developed a new method to isolate and analyze toxins produced by frogs, snakes, scorpions and other creatures, opening the door to a vast array of possible therapeutics. (Illustration used with permission of Angewandte Chemie)

    Autocrine-Based Selection of Drugs that Target Ion Channels from Combinatorial Venom Peptide Libraries

    Peer reviewed paper

    There are lessons to be learned from venoms. Scorpions, snakes, snails, frogs and other creatures are thought to produce tens or even hundreds of mi…

    The Scripps Research Institute

  2. 24/05/2016

    JC134 Expedition

    Effects of Saharan Dust Transport on Climate Change Under Study

    Studying the processes of transport and deposition of dust from the Sahara desert and African fires to determine its importance in regulating the plan…

    Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

  3. 24/05/2016

    OMICS: A Journal of Integrative Biology

    Organizational Innovations to Accelerate Technology Transfer and Translational Research - Do They Work?

    Peer reviewed paper

    Innovations in life sciences, engineering, and technology have enabled new products in numerous sectors such as innovative diagnostics, treatments for…

    « Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., Publishers »

  4. 24/05/2016

    Results of Making it Happen Programme announced at start of International Conference

    LSTM's Centre for Maternal & Newborn Health (CMNH) have announced the results of their Making it Happen programme, at the start of a three day Interna…

    « Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine »

  5. 24/05/2016

    Le stress oxydant responsable d’une altération de la flore digestive chez les enfants souffrant de malnutrition en Afrique de l’Ouest

    Peer reviewed paper

    Une équipe internationale[1], coordonnée par l’Institut hospitalo-universitaire (IHU) Méditerranée Infection, vient de montrer pour la première fois l…

    Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD)

  6. 24/05/2016

    Volunteer Anne Beaumont (left) and Kingston University London's Dr Sue Hawkins working on the digital archive

    Kingston University London volunteers help historians complete landmark digital archive project of British Red Cross World War One volunteers

    The stories of more than 90,000 World War One British Red Cross volunteers – whose work ranged from driving ambulances on the front line in France to…

    « Kingston University »

Forthcoming events

  1. 26/05/2016 — 27/05/2016

    An image of The Duchess of Montagu’s monument by P.M. van Gelder, in Warkton church, Northamptonshire (Copyright Tom Arber)

    Europeans have shaped what we think of as ‘Quintessentially English’

    Immigrants from Europe have, for centuries, played a vital role in shaping British culture as well as our perception of what we think as quintessentia…

    « Leicester, University of »

  2. 26/05/2016

    Inaugural ceremony celebrates thriving partnership between academia and medical practice

    The University of Leicester is celebrating the close collaboration between academia and medical practice by recognising, at an unprecedented scale, th…

    « Leicester, University of »

  3. 01/06/2016

    Michael Stang (Köln), Wissenschaftsjournalist und "HITS Journalist in Residence 2016" (Foto: HITS)

    Dudelfunk statt Inforadio? Qualität im Hörfunk in Zeiten des Spardiktats

    Wissenschaftsjournalist und HITS „Journalist in Residence“ Michael Stang (Köln) über den Umgang der Radiosender mit neuen Herausforderungen – öffentli…

    « Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies »

  4. 27/06/2016 — 30/06/2016

    Additional Logo MaCuMBA.png

    1st International Conference on the Marine Microbiome - Discovery & Innovation for science and industry

    The preliminary programme for the Marine Microbiome - Discovery & Innovation Conference is now available to download from Hoste…

    « AquaTT »

Elhuyar with Basque Cambridge blue millet New Norwegian logo expertsvar 2015 eNEWS6 Facebook 2015 FNSF ad