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Farms found to be right environment to strengthen children’s immune systems
It is known that the range of microbes found on farms protect children from asthma and allergies. Immunologists have now discovered that farm animals themselves also provide protection against inflammation of lung tissue, opening possibilities for new treatments.
Record Number: 128584
Last updated on: 2017-09-20
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
Using musical cues to learn physical tasks can change brain structure
A new study shows that using musical cues to learn physical tasks significantly develops an important part of the brain.
Programme: FP7-PEOPLE
Record Number: 128557
Last updated on: 2017-09-06
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
Insight into brain’s complexity revealed thanks to new applications of mathematics
The lack of a formal link between neural network structure and its emergent function has hampered our understanding of how the brain processes information. The discovery of a mathematical framework to describe the emergent behaviour of the network in terms of its underlying st...
Programme: FP7-IDEAS-ERC
Record Number: 128545
Last updated on: 2017-08-24
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
Keeping up with today’s new old - Measures redefine our age with life expectancy
Part-supported through the EU-funded RE-AGEING project, researchers offer population forecasting studies which encourage societies to break from outdated ageing measures and instead start categorising on how we live our lives.
Programme: FP7-IDEAS-ERC
Record Number: 128536
Last updated on: 2017-08-11
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
A protein associated with Alzheimer’s Disease has also been linked to cognitive ability
If the knowledge that our brains can produce new cells in adulthood is ever going to help in the fight against neurodegenerative disease, we need to understand the underlying mechanisms more effectively. Towards this end, a new study drawing on EU-funded research, sheds furthe...
Programme: FP7-HEALTH
Record Number: 128537
Last updated on: 2017-08-11
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
Could ‘superfoods’ stop disease?
Lentils and broccoli, algae and insects: science is investigating traditional and new diets in a bid to reduce the risks of us getting ill.
Programme: H2020-EU.3.5.
Record Number: 141562
Last updated on: 2017-08-11
A small drop of blood for an ocean of information
Patient response to treatment — especially personalised medicine — can be very difficult to predict. To overcome this issue, the CHEMOS project has been advancing a new method for screening thousands of single-cell drug responses from small blood samples.
Programme: H2020-EU.1.1.
Record Number: 128530
Last updated on: 2017-08-11
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
CLL evolution under the microscope
How do initially indolent forms of cancer evolve to become aggressive? In a quest to answer this long-standing question, an EU-funded project has studied the growth and clonal evolution of chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL) — a blood and bone marrow cancer that mostly starts ...
Programme: FP7-PEOPLE
Record Number: 128534
Last updated on: 2017-08-10
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
Has the gene genie now left the bottle and entered the clinic?
The announcement earlier this month that a US-South Korean team have successfully modified disease causing DNA in embryos, has been widely heralded as a landmark in the long-promised genetic revolution for medicine. However, alongside recognition of the achievement has come th...
Record Number: 128528
Last updated on: 2017-08-10
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
A new genetic progression measure for Huntington’s disease offers hope
Part-supported through the EU-funded NEUROMICS project, researchers have identified a novel measure of disease progression for Huntington’s disease that could help slow down the disease and better target future therapies.
Programme: FP7-HEALTH
Record Number: 128524
Last updated on: 2017-08-09
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
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