Oxford University Press is delighted to announce the publication of the first issue of European Heart Journal -- Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapy, which it is publishing on behalf of the European Society for Cardiology and the Working Group on Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapy.
The National Cancer Centre Singapore has launched a clinical trial of a new cancer vaccine administered to human patients for the first time in the world. Cancer immunotherapy (the harnessing of the body's defense system to fight the patient's cancer), has emerged as one of the most exciting medical breakthroughs in the past two years.
By building PhotosynQ -- a handheld device with sensors and an online data-sharing and analysis platform -- a team of Michigan State University researchers is creating the plant-science equivalent of Facebook.
University Hospitals Case Medical Center is now offering a new, non-invasive test for coronary artery disease designed to help physicians develop the right treatment plan for each patient. Developed by HeartFlow Inc., FFRCT is the first and only non-invasive imaging technology specifically designed to offer insight on both the extent of the blockage, as well as whether it is impacting blood flow to the heart.
The American Physical Society applauds President's support of research and development in the State of the Union Address.
The study of flatworms aboard the space station has the potential to be rather robust in implications for regenerative medicine, an area of treatment for repairing or replacing human cells, tissues or organs on Earth to restore normal function.
The Medical Faculty of the University of Cologne is taking part in the InnoLife project funded by the European Institute for Innovation and Technology. The project brings together universities, research institutions and businesses to explore the aging of societies across the EU. It will run until 2022.
The Advances in Brain Sciences conference was jointly hosted by the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot and the RIKEN Brain Science Institute in Japan.
The Peruvian Ministry of Education has adopted the 'Blue Planet' education module, developed at the Weizmann Institute of Science.
VTT Technical Centre of Finland has developed and utilized a mass production method based on printing technologies allowing the manufacturing of decorative, organic solar panels. Design freedom improves the range of applications of the panels on the surfaces of interior and exterior building spaces.