Science

Potential drug offers hope for reducing breast cancer relapse and improved treatment
Scientists have identified a new therapeutic strategy for treating a very aggressive form of breast cancer.
Ridding our waters of plastic waste with jellyfish filters
What do microplastic filters, fertilisers and fish feed have in common? They can all be produced using jellyfish! At least, that’s what one research team has set out to prove as they look into reducing the plastic waste in our oceans.
Students open a new window into the universe
A group of high schoolers and researchers have identified a new X-ray source thanks to an EU initiative. Their discovery could help scientists solve some of the cosmic mysteries.
Fostering excellence in material physics innovation in the Baltics
Latvia University’s Institute of Solid State Physics is on its way to becoming a hub for collaboration between science and industry.
Ridding our waters of plastic waste with jellyfish filters
What do microplastic filters, fertilisers and fish feed have in common? They can all be produced using jellyfish! At least, that’s what one research team has set out to prove as they look into reducing the plastic waste in our oceans.
Potential drug offers hope for reducing breast cancer relapse and improved treatment
Scientists have identified a new therapeutic strategy for treating a very aggressive form of breast cancer.
Agreement to bridge European and Latin American R&E networks via underwater cable
European and Latin American research and education (R&E) communities have signed an agreement to build a fibre optic cable under the Atlantic Ocean linking the two regions. This will greatly improve cooperation efforts of both researchers and academics.
New study suggests cancer can be treated as a game between the treating physician and cancer cells
Researchers argue that cancer treatment protocols have the potential to benefit from game-theoretic models. Their work could help oncologists improve outcomes in patients with metastatic cancer.
Study shows blind people depend on timing cues for spatial estimations
Researchers have found that the visually impaired use temporal information to detect the location of sounds in their environment.
Droughts and floods: How to integrate knowledge for managing future climate extremes
An EU initiative incorporates climate science, hydrology and economics data to help decision-makers boost resilience and adaptation capacity.

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