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A new peptide system for the targeted transport of molecules

A novel peptide developed at the Universities of Bayreuth and Bristol is eminently suited for the targeted transport of molecules, for example of active substances and dyes, into the cells of mammals. The peptide is characterized by a dual...

Nazi warships revealed as Danube River levels drop

Falling water levels in the Danube River during a recent heat wave across Europe have revealed more wrecks from a Nazi German flotilla of warships that were deliberately sunk there in the last months of World War II.The wrecks...

Rapid eye movements during sleep reveal where mice look in

In mice, jerky eye movements in the REM phase of sleep correlate with recordings of brain activity in cells that track head orientation ...

Individualized eating program helps dieters lose weight, keep it off

An individualized diet program that empowers users to create their own plan based on targeted levels of protein and fiber shows promise at helping people lose extra pounds and keep them off. The Individualized Diet Improvement Program is a...

Does a Smallpox Drug Work for Monkeypox? What Scientists Know

As supplies of vaccines against monkeypox remain constrained and the number of people contracting the disease continues to mount, physicians and researchers are looking to the drug tecovirimat for relief. In animals infected with monkeypox, the antiviral has been...

Mummified, spread-eagled Triassic ‘shovel lizards’ look like roadkill and likely

About 251 million years ago, groups of pig-size herbivores with tusks and beaks huddled together, died, shriveled up and then fossilized looking like squashed roadkill, with impressions of their pebbly skin still present in the rocks around them. These strange...

Brentuximab vedotin may improve overall survival in patients with Hodgkin

A study led by researchers from Mayo Clinic Comprehensive Cancer Center has found that the addition of brentuximab vedotin to standard chemotherapy treatment improves overall survival in patients with Hodgkin Lymphoma, when compared to the current standard of chemotherapy...

See the Top Entries in the Art of Neuroscience Competition

Experiencing art, whether through melody or oil paint, elicits in us a range of emotions. This speaks to the innate entanglement of art and the brain: Mirror neurons can make people feel like they are physically experiencing a painting....

Functional training: What is it and what are the benefits?

If you’ve flicked through gym schedules, chances are you’ve seen a functional training session crop up, but what exactly is it? Well, it’s just that—a workout designed to be functional.In this case, functional exercises help you perform everyday activities...

Rewetting dried wetlands could stop 100 billion tons of CO2

Half of the planet’s wetlands are dried out or degraded, and rewetting them could limit more greenhouse gas emissions this century than restoring global forests ...
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