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Bioelectronic Technology From NuroKor

Posted in Interviews, Medicine, Science on 30th Nov, 2022
by Alex Muller

These devices are not something to be wary of; they have so much untapped potential to form part of integrated solutions that could transform the way we treat diabetes, inflammatory diseases like arthritis, and even gut health.

Kidbroooke X-Europe Startup Interview

Posted in Business, Interviews on 27th Nov, 2022
by Alex Muller

Kidbrooke is a young tech company providing B2B automated financial analytics via APIs.

First-Ever Blood Test For Myocarditis Detects Heart Inflammation

Posted in Medicine, Science on 27th Nov, 2022
by Alex Muller

"When viewed in combination with symptoms, the results could allow GPs to easily determine whether their patients have myocarditis. While we still need to confirm these findings in a larger study, we're hopeful that it won't be long until this blood test is in regular use."

New COVID-19 Oral Antiviral Approved For Use In Japan

Posted in Medicine, Science on 27th Nov, 2022
by Alex Muller

The arrival of ensitrelvir marks the third SARS-CoV-2 antiviral to reach clinical use after Pfizer's Paxlovid and Merck's molnupiravir.

Experimental "Smart" Bandage Speeds Healing By Zapping Chronic Wounds

Posted in Medicine, Science on 27th Nov, 2022
by Alex Muller

The researchers believe that it should then both help chronic wounds to heal faster and boost our understanding of how such wounds heal.

Modern Satellites Are Shaping The Course Of Climate Science

Posted in Science on 27th Nov, 2022
by Alex Muller

By tracking things like changes in sea ice coverage or the mass of ice sheets, scientists can get an idea of how the Earth's climate is changing, and what course it might take into the future.

Signs Of Past Chemical Reactions Detected On Mars

Posted in Science on 27th Nov, 2022
by Alex Muller

Studying the rocks for the secrets of Mars' colorful past will be keeping scientists busy.

Artemis 1 Now In Record-Breaking Lunar Orbit

Posted in Science on 27th Nov, 2022
by Alex Muller

The purpose of Artemis 1 is to test the Orion spacecraft's essential systems, including a new heat shield.

MRI Reveals Never-Seen-Before Spaces In Brains Of Migraine Sufferers

Posted in Medicine, Science on 27th Nov, 2022
by Alex Muller

"In people with chronic migraine and episodic migraine without aura, there are significant changes in the perivascular spaces of a brain region called the centrum semiovale," said Xu. "These changes have never been reported before."

NIH Study Casts Doubts On Heart Benefits Of So Called "Good" Cholesterol

Posted in Medicine, Science on 27th Nov, 2022
by Alex Muller

Cholesterol was divided into good and bad categories. Low-density lipoprotein is considered the "Bad" cholesterol as it's responsible for blocking arteries and causing stroke or heart attacks, while high-density lipoprotein has been seen as the "Good" form of cholesterol as it catches LDL in the bloodstream and takes it back to the liver.

Fresh New Space Rock Found Within Hours Of Hitting Earth Can Tell Us About The Birth Of Our Solar System

Posted in Science on 27th Nov, 2022
by Alex Muller

The story of the Winchcombe meteorite is a fantastic demonstration of the power of collaboration in unravelling the mysteries of our solar system.

NASA's First Artemis Launch Begins A New Age In Space Exploration

Posted in Science on 27th Nov, 2022
by Alex Muller

The launch of Artemis I is a significant milestone in space exploration, and marks the beginning of an exciting new era of human spaceflight that could ultimately lead us further into the solar system than we've ever gone before.