From contraception to genetic therapies: promising developments in women and children’s healthcare.

What’s going on in the field of medical advances in gynecology, obstetrics and pediatrics? Post-pregnancy weight-loss pills captured much of the limelight in 2023...

Why industrialization took place in Britain and not in China

Greif and Tabellini, in Cultural and Institutional Bifurcation: China and Europe Compared, explore how cultures affect the development of different social organizations. They used the case...

How is obesity associated with neurodegenerative disorders

Neurodegenerative disorders gradually destroy the neurons and glial cells; they affect millions of individuals on a global scale and Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease...

New finding brings hope to better treatment for Osteoarthritis

The collaborative research conducted by scientists from the University of Adelaide, Australia, and Columbia University, USA, showed promising results in the effective management of OA with the help of stem cells.

Quantum Algorithm Tested on a Commercial Quantum Device Can Help Discover Drugs

PASQAL has successfully implemented for the first time an algorithm on a commercial neutral atoms quantum device to tackle a critical molecular biology problem...

The start-up deluge

There is an increasing feeling that we are short on new ideas to tackle the emergencies of our time: climate change, cancer and neurodegenerative...

What Will It Take to Build the World’s Biggest Radio Telescope Observatory

The SKA  (Square Kilometre Array) Radio Telescope Observatory — planned to be the largest radio astronomy facility on the planet — has begun construction...

How Instagram Reels impact users’ mental health

According to a study “Does Smartphone Addiction, Social Media Addiction, and/or Internet Game Addiction Affect Adolescents’ Interpersonal Interactions?” by Yang et al., published in the MDPI Open Access Journal, wide-spread use of multi-functional smartphones has increased screen time and decreased real-life interpersonal interactions.

The Scientist’s journey from academia to industry – A User’s guide (Part 3)

In this third and last piece, I will consider the exchange and negotiation with a potential employer during the recruitment process. So you applied for that job you found interesting. After a couple of days/weeks, you get an email with an invitation to discuss with the employer. First reaction: Yes, I made it! Second reaction: Omg,  now what?

Is Anti-Müllerian Hormone a reliable marker in Assisted Reproduction for mature women?

Reports regarding the findings on the prognostic factor of Anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH) for clinical pregnancy and live birth in assisted reproduction are contentious. This might be due to the presence of several confounding factors like quality and quantity of the embryo transferred rate and age of the females.