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Cell Culture: From Industrial Brewing To Transforming The Science Of Medicine

Safe medical treatments are crucial tools in the fight against human diseases. Ensuring that medical treatments are safe inevitably requires investigating their effects on our most basic building blocks: cells. While using animals for research is useful and often necessary, […]

Idiopathic Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus Should Be Increasingly Recognized: Results From A Population-Based Prevalence Study

This study is the first prospective, population-based prevalence study particularly designed for idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus (iNPH). The finding of a 3.7% prevalence among individuals aged 65 years and older confirms that iNPH is a fairly common condition. This prevalence […]

The Leaky Gut — Studied In Twins

How Crohn’s disease develops is still not really understood today. However, Swedish researchers say that a leaking intestinal wall could play an important role. When they have a relapse, their lives often just happen between bed and toilet. People who […]

Looking At Versus Focusing On Faces: What Attracts Our Attention?

Whether we are walking on a downtown street or searching for a friend in a crowd, it is intuitive that people and faces are some of the most important images that we encounter in our day-to-day lives. Faces in particular […]

How The Use Of Analgesia Affects Behavior In Newborn Calves

The welfare of farmed animals is under increasing scrutiny from consumers as well as governmental and industry bodies and plays an important part in the sustainability of farming for the future. Millions of dairy calves are born worldwide every year, […]

Can The Subthreshold Volatile Phenol Chemistry Of A Potentially Smoke-Tainted Wine Explain Its Aroma? We Tested Twelve Commercial Red Wines To Find Out

Wine aroma is arguably the most important intrinsic factor used to judge wine quality. The perception of wine aroma is the result of a number of different factors including the composition of volatile compounds in the wine, the perceptual interactions […]

Reconstructing Commuter Networks Using Machine Learning And Urban Indicators

Humans are bound to move inter-urban areas on a daily basis, and understanding human mobility is vital to explain the processes related to this human phenomenon [1]. Human mobility is an interdisciplinary topic with influence from multiple areas of knowledge […]

Exploring How Environmental Dynamics Shaped Modern Iraq

Modern Iraq is a relatively dry country faced with mounting water challenges. Ancient Southern Iraq, commonly referred to as Southern Mesopotamia, was also the home of some of the world’s first cities, which influenced many later societies through the development […]

Be Careful When Speaking About Lead Pollution: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly!

Lead, like many other metals (do not call them “heavy metals”; see Pourret, 2018), is a global pollutant. Lead poisoning, also known as saturnism, occurs most often by ingestion of the metal. The main cause of ingestion of lead is […]

B. infantis EVC001 Reduces The Genes In Bacteria That Cause Antibiotic Resistance By 90 Percent

The World Health Organization (WHO) calls antibiotic resistance “one of the biggest threats to global health, food security, and development today,” and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) calls it “one of the biggest public health challenges of […]