Medical News Today: A special ‘stained glass’ can help kill hospital ‘superbugs’

New research applies a glass-staining technique that is hundreds of years old to create a material that repels dangerous bacteria and fungi. In the future, specialists could use this “bioactive glass” to create safer clinical tools, such as catheters. A new type of medical grade ‘stained glass’ can completely kill many dangerous bacteria. A team…

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Plant protection products — more openness and transparency

No third party may fundamentally publish the work of another without their consent. The BfR is therefore exercising its rights as a scientific institute. This procedure is independent of the scientific assessment. Addendum I has been published for years on the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) website. All professionally qualified conclusions are therefore publicly accessible.…

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BU scientists find electrostimulation can improve working memory in people

IMAGE: Boston University professor Robert Reinhart view more  Credit: Cydney Scott for Boston University In a groundbreaking study published in Nature Neuroscience, Rob Reinhart, an assistant professor of psychological and brain sciences at Boston University and BU doctoral researcher John Nguyen, demonstrate that electrostimulation can improve the working memory of people in their 70s so that…

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Novo Biosciences achieves major milestones in moving trodusquemine into clinical trials

IMAGE: Kevin Strange, Ph.D., and Voot Yin, Ph.D., are co-founders and CEO and chief scientific officer, respectively, of Novo Biosciences, which has achieved several major milestones in its mission of bringing… view more  Credit: Novo Biosciences BAR HARBOR, MAINE – Novo Biosciences Inc., has achieved several major milestones in its mission of bringing its breakthrough drug…

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