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Microneedle biosensors use a series of microscopic ‘teeth’ to penetrate the skin

Microneedle biosensors accurately detect patient antibiotic levels in real-time

Small, non-invasive patches worn on the skin can precisely recognize the levels of medicine in a patient's system, coordinating the exactness of current clinical...
Positions of galaxies within the protocluster

Scientists discovered a new protocluster in the process of forming hundreds of galaxies

In the present universe, full-formed galaxy clusters contain thousands of member galaxies including tens of massive galaxies. These clusters are the largest astronomical objects...
The MRI scanner at the Evelina Newborn Imaging Centre, where infants have undergone brain imaging while they sleep (Credit: King's College London)

Baby brain scan library could help understand how the brain develops

Hundreds of MRI scans of babies’ brains have been made available online to scientists push forward research.
Strep A bacteria

Scientists discovered a new strain of group A streptococcus bacteria

Group A streptococcus is a bacterium often found in the throat and on the skin. It is known to cause known to cause scarlet...
Thwaites Glacier is melting faster than thought

Thwaites Glacier is melting faster than thought

Vintage film of Antarctic glaciers hints at early ice shelf collapse.
Dormant 'sleeper' cells (red) and active cancer cells (green)

Breast cancer can form ‘sleeper cells’ after drug treatment

Breast cancer medicines may force some cancer cells into ‘sleeper mode’, allowing them to potentially come back to life years after initial treatment.
White matter affects how people respond to brain stimulation therapy

White matter affects how people respond to brain stimulation therapy

Tiny changes in the microscopic structure of the human brain may affect how patients respond to an emerging therapy for neurological problems.
Lab-based dark energy experiment narrows search options for elusive force

Lab-based dark energy experiment narrows search options for elusive force

An experiment to test a popular theory of dark energy has found no evidence of new forces, placing strong constraints on related theories.
Study uncovers how heavy social media use disrupts girls’ mental health

Study uncovers how heavy social media use disrupts girls’ mental health

Frequent, heavy social media use can disrupt activities which promote positive mental health in girls.

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