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Scientific European Vol. 1 no.11 Archive - Scientific European (SCIEU) - Monthly Popular Science Magazine

Volume 1 Issue 11 November 2018







Tau: A New Protein That May Aid in Developing Personalized Alzheimer’s Therapy

Research has shown that another protein called tau is responsible for early symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease and this information may aid in developing therapies.

NOVEMBER 2018

A New Easy Treatment for Peanut Allergy

A promising new treatment using immunotherapy to treat peanut allergy by building tolerance over time.

NOVEMBER 2018

Omega-3 Supplements May Not Offer Benefit to The Heart

An elaborate comprehensive study shows Omega-3 supplements may not offer benefit to the heart

NOVEMBER 2018

Treatment of Paralysis Using a Novel Method of Neurotechnology

Study had shown recovery from paralysis using a novel method of neurotechnology

NOVEMBER 2018

‘Adult Frog Regrows Amputated Legs’: An Advance in Organ Regeneration Research

Adult frogs have been shown for the first time to regrow amputated legs marking it as a breakthrough for organ regeneration.

NOVEMBER 2018

‘Ionic Wind’ Powered Airplane: A Plane That Has No Moving Part

Airplane has been designed which won’t be dependent on fossil fuels or battery as it won’t have any moving part

NOVEMBER 2018

Nanorobots That Deliver Drugs Directly into The Eyes

For the first time nanorobots have been designed which can deliver drugs directly into the eyes without causing damage.

NOVEMBER 2018

Cefiderocol: A New Antibiotic for Treating Complex and Advanced Urinary Tract Infections

A newly discovered antibiotic follows a unique mechanism in fighting drug-resistant bacteria responsible for UTIs.

NOVEMBER 2018

DNA Origami Nanostructures for Treatment of Acute Kidney Failure

A novel study based on nanotechnology generates hope for treating acute kidney injury and failure.


 

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