Latest news releases

  1. 16/01/2018

    Der Blick ins Gehirn einer Biene zeigt, dass die Uhrenneurone, die das Peptid "PDF" enthalten, in viele Bereiche des Gehirns ziehen. Die Verzweigungen der Neurone sind weiß dargestellt, die verschiedenen Gehirnbereiche sind mit Farben unterlegt. (Foto: AG Helfrich-Förster)

    Detaillierter Blick ins Uhrwerk

    Peer reviewed paper

    Innere Uhren steuern das Verhalten sämtlicher Lebewesen. Am Beispiel der Honigbiene haben Wissenschaftler der Universität Würzburg jetzt anatomische S…

    Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, JMU


  2. 16/01/2018

    La investigación se basa en el análisis de diversas fuentes históricas y registros naturales (comportamiento de los glaciares, sedimentos de los lagos, anillos de los árboles, etc.). Foto: Marc Oliva, UB

    La Universidad de Barcelona lidera un estudio que hace la reconstrucción más precisa del clima de la península ibérica de los últimos setecientos años

    Peer reviewed paper

    La pequeña edad de hielo, el período frío más importante del hemisferio norte desde finales del siglo XIV hasta el XIX, se alargó en la península ibér…

    « Universidad de Barcelona »


  3. 16/01/2018

    Experts have analized a large quantity of documentary resources (administrative files, journals, reports, files and maps or reports of climate risk damages). Image: Marc Oliva, UB

    The University of Barcelona leads a study with the most precise reconstruction of the climate in the Iberian Peninsula for the last 700 years

    Peer reviewed paper

    The Little Ice Age, the most important cold period in the Northern Hemisphere during late 14th century until 19th century, lasted in the Iberian Penin…

    « Universidad de Barcelona »


  4. 16/01/2018

    New research reveals religious profanity and homophobic terminology among the most common swearwords used online

    Religious swears and homophobic phrases are among the most common profanity used in online blogs, new research suggests. Researchers Dr Andrew Keho…

    Birmingham City University


  5. 16/01/2018

    Cannabis abuse alters activity of brain regions linked to negative emotion

    Peer reviewed paper

    New study in Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging looks at the effects of heavy cannabis use on brain function and behavior…

    « Elsevier »


  6. 16/01/2018

    The HLF gene protects blood stem cells by maintaining them in a resting state

    Peer reviewed paper

    The HLF gene is necessary for maintaining our blood stem cells in a resting state, which is crucial for ensuring normal blood production. This has bee…

    Lund University


Forthcoming events

  1. 06/02/2018 — 07/02/2018

    CommBeBiz Bioeconomy Impact Conference on Smart and Sustainable Cities

    Bioeconomy Impact 2018 The Bioeconomy Driving Smart & Sustainable Cities Budapest 6th/7th February 2018 The urban population of the world has gr…

    « Teagasc »


  2. 31/01/2018 — 03/02/2018

    CMR 2018 showcases advances in cardiovascular magnetic resonance improving patient care

    31 January to 3 February in Barcelona, Spain CMR 2018 will showcase the latest advances in cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR) and how they are…

    « European Society of Cardiology (ESC) »


  3. 25/01/2018

    Public Invited To Explore What It Means ‘To Be At Home’

    ·         Thursday 25 January, 6pm, Rattray, University of Leicester During Poverty Action Week 2018, members of the public are being invited to exp…

    « Leicester, University of »


  4. 17/01/2018

    University of Leicester event to unravel Europe’s ‘migration crisis’

    Professor Heaven Crawley to share first-hand experiences of migrants detailed in a new book at free public talk on Wednesday 17 January  An upcoming…

    « Leicester, University of »


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