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Mum’s diet mirrors child’s food allergies
FoodMum’s diet mirrors child’s food allergies

A long-term study evaluating maternal diet’s impact on food allergy in later life is expected to uncover causes of allergy in children

Common links between neurodegenerative diseases identified
GeneticsCommon links between neurodegenerative diseases identified

The pattern of brain alterations may be similar in several different neurodegenerative diseases, which opens the door to alternative therapeutic strategies to tackle these diseases 

New therapy against rare gene defects
GeneticsNew therapy against rare gene defects

On 15th April is the 1st International Pompe Disease Day, a campaign to raise awareness of this rare but severe gene defect. Pompe Disease is only one of more than 40 metabolic disorders that mainly affect children under the age of 10, often with devastating consequences. Now scientists of the European research project EUCLYD setting up new therapeutic methods to tackle these gene defects.

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Monica Di Luca – Parkinson’s treatment revisited to avoid adverse effectsMonica Di Luca – Parkinson’s treatment revisited to avoid adverse effects Parkinson’s disease modifies a crucial circuit of the central nervous system in a specific way.
, 17 Apr 2014
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Generoso Andria – Enzyme and gene therapy for treating genetic disordersGeneroso Andria – Enzyme and gene therapy for treating genetic disorders Genetic malfunctioning of waste recycling in the cell causes serious disorders. Enzyme replacement ...
, 14 Apr 2014
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Matthew Albert - Egypt needs a hepatitis C vaccine urgentlyMatthew Albert - Egypt needs a hepatitis C vaccine urgently Egypt faces a hepatitis C epidemic and existing drug costs are prohibitive.
, 10 Apr 2014
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Sten Grillner – Motor behaviour and its neurobiological controlSten Grillner – Motor behaviour and its neurobiological control Using various experimental and computational approaches, scientists unravel how our brain selects the actions we make.
, 08 Apr 2014
Society
Stéphane Dupont: New avatars capable of laughingStéphane Dupont:  New avatars capable of laughing Today's computer-based avatars lack one of our most deeply rooted human characteristics: laughter.
, 04 Apr 2014
Society
How can we better care for the children of offenders?How can we better care for the children of offenders? The unprecedented number of children across Europe separated from an incarcerated parent could serve as the basis for a new aid policy.

, 27 Mar 2014
Environment
When air quality governs traffic managementWhen air quality governs traffic management Phasing traffic lights according to air pollution rates at the scale of a city district could soon become a reality.

, 20 Mar 2014
Health
Real-time insight into our brainReal-time insight into our brain Combining two imagine technologies, such as MRI for structure and MEG for activity, could provide a ...

, 04 Mar 2014
Bioeconomy
Cow fertility – not so black and whiteCow fertility – not so black and white Increased milk yields in Holstein cows have unfortunately led to lower fertility. But finding ...

, 28 Feb 2014
Energy
Global solar radiation mapGlobal solar radiation map A new service is making high-resolution data of direct sunlight publicly available for users such as ...

, 26 Feb 2014
Health
New therapy against rare gene defects
New therapy against rare gene defects
On 15 th April is the 1 st International Pompe Disease Day, a campaign to raise awareness of this rare but severe gene defect.
, 14 Apr 2014
Health
Unraveling The Human Brain
Unraveling The Human Brain
2014 is the Year of The Brain in Europe, a programme to raise awareness to our most important and most fascinating organ.
, 08 Apr 2014
Health
New Eco Repellent Against Malaria Mosquitoes
New Eco Repellent Against Malaria Mosquitoes
This year’s World Health Day (April 7 th ) focuses on vector-borne diseases, like malaria. Malaria still kills more than half a million people every year, mainly children.
, 01 Apr 2014
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Preventing HIV transmission
Preventing HIV transmission

Antimicrobial gels may prevent HIV transmission where condoms are not used, says Charles Kelly

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Curing hearts with stem cells
Curing hearts with stem cells

Trials to regenerate hearts using stem cells will soon hit the clinic, says David Tancredi

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Gene therapy for inherited disorders
Gene therapy for inherited disorders

Gene therapy will be of great significance for patients with hereditary disorders and society at large, says Gerard Wagemaker

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