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New Zika vaccine technology found to be highly effective and safe in preclinical mouse models

Researchers from the University of California, Los Angeles have developed a Zika vaccine technology that is highly effective and safe in preclinical mouse models.

Blood test could predict people’s likelihood of developing long Covid

A blood test taken at the time of Covid-19 infection could predict who is most likely to develop long Covid, suggests a new small-scale study led by UCL researchers.

STAT+: If a new Alzheimer’s drug works, was there any point to the Aduhelm controversy? Yes.

The announcement Tuesday night from Eisai and Biogen that their experimental medicine, lecanemab, reduced Alzheimer’s patients’ decline as measured by a clinical questionnaire is one of the biggest – and potentially happiest – shocks in the recent history of medicine. It’s a shock because Biogen had so bungled the launch of their previous Alzheimer’s drug, […]

Virtual drug screening identifies possible new antidepressants in LSD-like molecules

What’s a hallucinogen without the hallucinations? Perhaps a potent and fast-acting antidepressant, according to a new study based on virtual drug screening. Psychedelic drugs are now widely understood to have striking antidepressant effects, so a group of computational biologists sought to determine whether any new, LSD-adjacent molecules might have other medicinal powers. In work published […]

‘Triple eyes’ on a catalytic reaction

There are various microscopies to monitor chemical processes on such surfaces — they use, for example, ultraviolet light, X-rays or electrons. But no single method alone provides a complete picture. This is why research teams have developed a novel approach that allows to have ‘triple eyes’ on a catalytic reaction — using three different surface […]

‘Triple eyes’ on a catalytic reaction

There are various microscopies to monitor chemical processes on such surfaces — they use, for example, ultraviolet light, X-rays or electrons. But no single method alone provides a complete picture. This is why research teams have developed a novel approach that allows to have ‘triple eyes’ on a catalytic reaction — using three different surface […]

‘Triple eyes’ on a catalytic reaction

There are various microscopies to monitor chemical processes on such surfaces — they use, for example, ultraviolet light, X-rays or electrons. But no single method alone provides a complete picture. This is why research teams have developed a novel approach that allows to have ‘triple eyes’ on a catalytic reaction — using three different surface […]

‘Triple eyes’ on a catalytic reaction

There are various microscopies to monitor chemical processes on such surfaces — they use, for example, ultraviolet light, X-rays or electrons. But no single method alone provides a complete picture. This is why research teams have developed a novel approach that allows to have ‘triple eyes’ on a catalytic reaction — using three different surface […]

‘Triple eyes’ on a catalytic reaction

There are various microscopies to monitor chemical processes on such surfaces — they use, for example, ultraviolet light, X-rays or electrons. But no single method alone provides a complete picture. This is why research teams have developed a novel approach that allows to have ‘triple eyes’ on a catalytic reaction — using three different surface […]

‘Triple eyes’ on a catalytic reaction

There are various microscopies to monitor chemical processes on such surfaces — they use, for example, ultraviolet light, X-rays or electrons. But no single method alone provides a complete picture. This is why research teams have developed a novel approach that allows to have ‘triple eyes’ on a catalytic reaction — using three different surface […]