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‘Off the shelf’ live artificial tissue can repair severe neural injuries

By using a new live artificial nerve tissue, scientists at the UCL, ReNeuron and Sartorius Stedim Biotech have successfully repaired severe nerve damage. Scientists now hope that...
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New alien species invasions still rising globally, study

Almost 16% of the species on the Earth could qualify as potential outsider species and in the event that they attack new districts. The University College...
Scientists proposed a new green energy blueprint for cutting UK electricity prices

Scientists proposed a new green energy blueprint for cutting UK electricity prices

UCL researchers have recently proposed a low-carbon power generation, a green energy blueprint to cut UK electricity prices and bring them into line with...
An artificial virus to kill bacteria

An artificial virus to kill bacteria

An artificial virus that kills bacteria on the first contact has been produced by UCL and National Physical Laboratory analysts (NPL). The investigation, distributed in Nature...
A type of onion holds potential to fighting against antibiotic resistance

A type of onion holds potential to fighting against antibiotic resistance

A new study by the tuberculosis. Specialists trust the antibacterial properties removed from the Persian shallot could build the impacts of existing anti-toxin treatment. The examination,...
Epilepsy linked to brain volume and thickness differences

Epilepsy is associated with brain volume and thickness differences

The biggest consistently neuroimaging investigation of individuals with epilepsy, distributed today in Brain, demonstrates that epilepsy includes more far reaching physical contrasts than already...
New technology for diagnosing immunity to Ebola virus infection

New technology for diagnosing immunity to Ebola virus infection

A novel approach to detect immunity to Ebola virus infection has been UCL and Imperial College London. In 2014, the major Ebola outbreak in West...
A step forward toward a secure, unhackable quantum network

A step forward toward a secure, unhackable quantum network

A UCL led group of researchers, presenting the truth of an extensive scale, unhackable quantum network. To date, imparting by means of quantum systems has just...
Women are banished by unfounded witchcraft labels

Women are banished by unfounded witchcraft labels

According to a new UCL scientists, witchcraft labels are toxic for female contenders and significantly influence the structure of interpersonal organizations. The study mainly...

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