Swallowable battery could enable future ingestible medical devices

Batteries made with melanin pigments, naturally found in the skin, hair and eyes, could form non-toxic, edible...

How an algorithm learned to identify depression from your photos

Researchers have trained a machine to spot depression from pictures you post on social media, namely Instagram. It...

osteomiR: wordwide first miRNA-based test for early detection of osteoporosis

Vienna/Atlanta September 16th, 2016: TAmiRNA develops biomarker solutions, which significantly improve early...

Study reveals benefits of vacation, meditation

Scientists from Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, the University of California, San Francisco, and Harvard...

Non-microbial components of faeces may have important consequences

With fecal transplants you take the poo from a donor, and give it to a recipient. This is probably the easiest organ...

NIH Scientists Publish New Metric to Measure the Influence of Scientific Research

Currently, measures to describe the scientiific impact of an article, its bibliometrics, are usually based on the...

When Did Sex Become Fun?

As a spiecies we enjoy speculating on the big questions such as where do we come from: early hominins, monkeys,...

Announcement - Hands-on microRNA Workshop in Vienna

TAmiRNA is hosting a hands-on workshop on circulating microRNA analysis in Vienna. They are eager to make for...

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