Students at the Dutch TU/e have developed a new app that uses algorithms to check if exposure to light is disrupting natural biorhythms, energy levels and and sleep patterns.
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Several hundred patients per year will be spared severe distress thanks to earlier intervention in the most common form of arrhythmia, atrial fibrillation.
Scientists at the German University of Leipzig have developed a corona antibody test that should enable anyone to find out if they have already been infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
A new study has shown that the body's very strong immune response to the SARS CoV-2 virus can cause a severe case of COVID-19.
Swedish and German researchers see opportunities for new therapies that improve the functioning of brain cells and counteract degeneration
Jelmer Visser analyzes weekly for Innovation Origins the movements of the corona pandemic in Europe. Today: why a severe lockdown is not a key to success.
The intensive care unit of the UMCG receives 450,000 euros to find out why COVID-19 patients are much more often overweight in the ICU
PWXR came up with an active e-sports competition for students, a "great alternative for the introduction period."
The hospital's invention was originally intended to signal a woman's fertile state.
Scientists at Jena University Hospital are also looking into whether those people who have not produced antibodies have built up any immunity.
What do last week's corona statistics show? Which European countries did well and which ones actually revealed higher rates of infection? Data journalist Jelmer Visser reflects on the summer vacation.
Wild mice resemble humans more than lab mice – and that’s a big deal for those working on a Corona vaccine
Experiments on lab mice often yield wrong results, so wild mice are being added to the mix for greater accuracy
"International rollout of the study is important for patients with severe oxygen deficiency and can reduce the pressure on the ICU capacity."
Long-term exposure to traffic noise may impact weight gain, Oxford study says. But not in the Netherlands
"The data revealed a 2% increase in obesity prevalence for every 10dB of added noise"
The discovery by an international team of scientists can help in the development of new medicines and vaccines.
Researchers at BOKU Vienna have developed a unique global system that allows the simultaneous and accurate identification of 1400 contaminants in food within 42 minutes.
Chemical fingerprints that are left by specific metabolic processes in the body provide knowledge that can help to shift the focus in care toward prevention or early treatment
FAU scientists have found evidence that the disease progression of aggressive leukemia can be positively influenced by a special diet.
"If we don't act, antibiotic-resistant infections threaten to become the leading cause of death worldwide by the year 2050."