Thanks to a study published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry by researchers from Ohio, Fibromyalgia diagnosis could become easier.
Cell therapy, which is already being used in experiments against several forms of tumors, could also be used in the near future to treat Crohn’s disease.
The female brain ages slower than the male brain of the same age by approximately three years.
A new area of study could offer unprecedented solutions in the fight against cancer, namely that of attempting to unhinge the circadian rhythms of diseased cells.
There is an obstacle that will make missions from Earth to Mars particularly difficult and risky for astronauts: the effects of the lack of gravity and cosmic radiation on the immune system.
Recently a growing number of studies has shown that the portion of DNA that appears to have no precise functions, can also perform very important tasks.
Researchers from the University of Würzburg and Bielefeld (Germany) have discovered a “family” of light-sensitive molecules (photoreceptors) never seen before in algae, in both unicellular algae [...]
A team of researchers of the European Synchrotron, in Grenoble, managed to unveil the technique used by Rembrandt to create his famous and beautiful three-dimensional effect.
According to a study published in Nature Communication, we could be getting closer to computers and other devices known as neuromorphic.
Solar nano-panels added to the surface of yeast, so that these single-cell microorganisms are more efficient at synthesizing the substances then used by the pharmaceutical industries to produce drugs.