A new pioneering study has given hope to people suffering from Parkinson’s disease and from illnesses in which nerve cells die or do not work as they should.
How many different types of cells are there in the brain? An interesting response was given to this difficult question in the long-term work conducted over 15 years by the Allen Institute for [...]
Pending the discovery of completely new antibiotics, a study has emerged from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA, United States) that could offer an effective – and sometimes very [...]
There is new hope in the treatment of serious eye diseases thanks to a new type of artificial retina developed by researchers in the Aerospace Engineering and Mechanical Engineering Department of [...]
An old tuberculosis vaccine, developed in the 20s of the last century by the bacteriologist Albert Calmette and the vet Camille Guérin (both French researchers at the Pasteur Institute of Lille), [...]
The solution to one of the big issues of world health, i.e. the growing resistance to antibiotics by many types of bacteria, may also come from the sea and, specifically, from sponges. [...]