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Scientists Attempt to Move Winter Migration Grounds for Butterflies Eastern Monarch butterfly populations have been declining over the past 20 years in North America, dropping up to 80%. In an attempt to… Read More

February 2

Can Deep Learning and Routine Blood Tests Shed Light on Biological Effects of Smoking? Research out of Insilico Medicine seem to think so, as reported here by GEN. Specifically, the team wanted… Read More

January 24

A New Link Between NSAID use and Clostridium difficile Discovered in Mice Researchers at Vanderbilt University have uncovered new evidence suggesting the regular use of common NSAIDs may contribute to an increased… Read More

January 15

Could Christmas Trees Be in Danger? Recent data collected on global plant conservation says they could be, along with many other common botanical species. BioTechniques reports that “The list includes plants vital… Read More

January 8

Can Coffee Help Prevent Parkinson’s Disease in Mice?  Two compounds of coffee are thought to work synergistically together to help prevent the onset of Parkinson’s Disease (PD) in mice, as stated in… Read More

December 22

Is there a scientific reason behind caffeine affinity? BioTechniques brings us enlightening information regarding caffeine and evolution in humans. Taste is a way to warn of us substances that are dangerous for… Read More

December 14

Universal Flu Vaccine May Be Out of Reach Science reports that a vaccine to cover multiple strains of influenza and last many years, if not for life, remains “an alchemist’s dream.” This… Read More

December 4

Infectious Prions Spread Through Corneal Grafts GEN has reported that evidence of infectious prions responsible for sporadic Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (sCJD) has been found in eyes of patients who are deceased. Researchers from… Read More

November 30

Antimicrobial Resistance Concerns Continue to Rise Last week was World Antibiotic Awareness Week, to help increase global awareness and education surrounding antimicrobial resistance (AMR). With concerns growing that current antibiotics available will… Read More

November 23

A new pathway to help understand alcohol addiction uncovered Researchers may have found a pathway in the brain between alcohol and a protein responsible for encoding memories. This pathway is said to… Read More

November 19

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