This week, a story about a new drug for Parkinson's was the best read article. It's currently in the testing phase in mice. How is the treatment of the disease actually being innovated?
The current drugs for Parkinson's disease have only limited effects are often accompanied by unwanted side effects. Dutch researchers have developed a new inhibitor that seems very promising.
The Dutch university medical center at Maastricht UMC+ and the German Max-Planck and KIT institutes have announced a scientific breakthrough in magnetic deep brain stimulation.
Scientists at the University of Manchester have found molecules in sebum, secreted by the skin, that are responsible for a unique odor in people with […]
Swedish and German researchers see opportunities for new therapies that improve the functioning of brain cells and counteract degeneration
They were overjoyed, said Nuala Burke (29) and Lise Pape (37) from Denmark, that their invention won the € 1 million prize for social innovation […]