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Could arketamine provide breakthrough therapy for depression?

Could arketamine be a breakthrough therapy for depression?

Clinical trials are being carried out to test the efficacy of arketamine as therapy for depression, with the aim of offering an alternative to...
Tumour-tropic liposome technology could pave way for cancer treatments

Tumour-tropic liposome technology could pave way for cancer treatments

A collaboration between Toshiba and Shinshu University has resulted in the development of a ‘tumour-tropic liposome technology’ for gene therapy that could pave the...
Coronavirus Global Response campaign aims for affordable vaccine for all

Coronavirus Global Response campaign aims for affordable vaccine for all

The European Commission’s Coronavirus Global Response campaign has teamed up with Global Citizen to launch the next phase of the campaign that aims to...
Programming uncertainty into AI can improve safety of robotic prosthetics

Programming uncertainty into AI can improve safety of robotic prosthetics

Programming for uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence (AI), as well as incorporating ‘computer vision’, can improve the safety of robotic prosthetics for users. Walking on different...
Experts provide insights on COVID-19 antibody tests

Experts provide insights on COVID-19 antibody tests

In this article Professor Georgina Ellison-Hughes, Dr Rocio Martinez-Nunez, and Dr Rui Ribeiro Galao, Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine, King’s College London, provide...
UN gives recommendations on mental health support following COVID-19

UN gives recommendations on mental health support following COVID-19

COVID-19 is a physical health crisis that is straining healthcare systems across the globe, however, it is also having a severe impact on mental...
Discover the WHO COVID-19 Solidarity Fund

Discover the WHO COVID-19 Solidarity Fund

The World Health Organization has set up a COVID-19 Solidarity Fund to help countries across the world respond to the crisis. Citizens and businesses across...
Remote mental health treatment for young people with depression

Remote mental health treatment for young people with depression

A new, remote mental health treatment that helps young people suffering from anxiety and depression will now be made available on the NHS. The online...
Plant-based health solutions for weight and mental health management

Plant-based health solutions for weight and mental health management

Weight and mental health management can be difficult at the best of times, but COVID-19 is compounding these problems for many people, and there...
‘Immune cleanup’ could offer treatment for rare disorder

‘Immune cleanup’ could offer treatment for rare disorder

Researchers have discovered how stimulating an ‘immune cleanup’ could offer a potential treatment for people suffering from a rare disorder named leukocyte adhesion deficiency...
The Last Prisoner Project: release prisoners with cannabis convictions

Releasing prisoners with cannabis convictions vital in light of COVID-19

Steve DeAneglo, founder of the Last Prisoner Project, speaks about the urgent need for the release of prisoners with cannabis convictions in light of...
Improving ‘One Health’ is more important than the COVID-19 blame game

Improving ‘One Health’ is more important than the COVID-19 blame game

Dr Simon Doherty, Institute for Global Food Security at Queen’s University Belfast, and Senior Vice-President of the British Veterinary Association discusses the links between...

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