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Saturday 31 January, 2015

Ancient skull from Galilee cave offers clues to the first modern Europeans

Interior of the Manot Cave in Israel's Galilee, where a 55,000-year-old skull sheds new light on human migration patterns.
Credit: Amos Frumkin / Hebrew University Cave Research Center

The discovery of a 55,000-year-old partial skull in Northern Israel provides new insights into the migration of modern humans out of Africa.   More...

New technologies to help patients with Parkinson’s disease

Sensors continuously collect and process the accelerometry signals and they automatically detect and quantify the symptom of the patient. / PERFORM project.

Researchers from Spain are testing new wearable sensor networks and mobile phone applications to monitor and manage patients with Parkinson’s disease.  More...

‘Virtual reality therapy improving lives of stroke survivors’

University of Canterbury researchers Anthony Bracegirdle, Jay Holland, Professor Tanja Mitrovic and Dr Moffat Mathews
Image credit : University of Canterbury

Stroke survivors might soon be able to go online to find a system to help improve their memories with virtual reality technology developed by New Zealand scientists  More...

syk signaling B Cells Scientists show mature B cells can survive without the tyrosine kinase Syk.

B lymphocytes are an integral part of our adaptive immune system and their development and function...

Cumulative distribution of engagement time for all unique identifiers in the database ( Image credit:J. R. Soc. Interface) Make more friends to shed those extra kilos

Online dieters who log in regularly lose more than eight percent of their body weight in...

peanut Scientists develop potential cure for peanut allergies

Australian scientists believe they have developed a possible cure for people with severe peanut allergies. Researchers...

beer Daily drinking ups risk of alcoholic cirrhosis

Investigators have now established that alcohol drinking pattern has a significant influence on the risk of...