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General view of the snow avalanche slopes at Dhundi, Himachal Pradesh, India. (Juan Antonio Ballesteros-Cánovas / UNIGE)

Global warming raising the risk of avalanches

The effects of a dangerous global warming are felt particularly in mountains regions, where the ascent in temperatures is better than expected, influencing both...
Teachers, pedagogical skills, and the obstacle of intuition

Teachers, pedagogical skills, and the obstacle of intuition

At the point when a task calls for instinctive learning – as in "subtracting implies taking something endlessly" – its many-sided quality frequently goes...
Each dot represents the gaze position for an individual child watching the movie. The blue dots on the left represent the typically developing toddlers. The red dots represent toddlers with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). The face wasn’t blurred during the experiment

Social brain networks are altered at a young age in autism, study finds

A team of researchers from the University of Geneva (UNIGE), Switzerland, introduces direct evidence of hindered development during the toddler to pre-school years in...
The hand of an adult patient suffering from Still’s disease

New drug to combat serious inflammatory disease

An international team under the auspices of the University of Geneva (UNIGE) and Geneva University Hospitals (HUG) has tested a molecule inhibitor of interleukin-18,...
In order to create a molecular chain of rare earths, it is necessary to give the molecule an “asocial character”, as illustrated above

Making molecules antisocial to boost their energy

The light that is noticeable to the human eye is arranged between ultraviolet(high energy) and infrared (low energy). This is the window in which...
Frontal view of a cerebral angiography. The cerebral angiography consists of injecting the dye into the arterial circulation of the brain followed by a series of x-ray images. The dye takes about 4-5 seconds to go from arteries to capillaries and finally to the veins in the brain.

Cell mutations can increase brain aneurisms

Sporadic arteriovenous malformations in the brain – a severe type of brain aneurysms – is a leading cause of hemorrhagic stroke in young adults...
UNIGE scientists are taking a step forward towards more effective cancer therapies

UNIGE scientists are taking a step forward towards more effective cancer therapies

For a tumour to develop, it must create veins that supply supplements and oxygen. Averting tumour vascularization is consequently a fascinating against tumour treatment...
Decoding syllables to show the limits of AI

Decoding syllables to show the limits of AI

For about the most recent ten years, analysts have been utilizing manmade brainpower strategies called machine figuring out how to translate human mind movement....
Novel ecosystem approach to fight antibiotic resistance

Novel ecosystem approach to fight antibiotic resistance

The World Health Organization (WHO) has regarded antibiotic resistance from being one of the three biggest dangers to human wellbeing today, as microbes turn...

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