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Health Europa brings you the latest Research & Innovation News from across the field of European Healthcare & Social Care Policy.

Chronic inflammation linked with various diseases & shorter life expectancy

Chronic inflammation linked with various diseases & shorter life expectancy

Using new tech, researchers have discovered that chronic inflammation is linked to increased risk for shorter lifespan and several organ-related diseases. By investigating a new...
Chemical modification of paper for analytical devices

Chemical modification of paper for analytical devices

Find out how light-based chemical modification protocols of paper are paving the way for paper microfluidics and lateral flow assays. Paper-based microfluidics and lateral flow...
EU-OPENSCREEN: research infrastructure and medicinal chemistry

EU-OPENSCREEN: research infrastructure and medicinal chemistry

Dr Wolfgang Fecke introduces EU-OPENSCREEN, a European Research Infrastructure Consortium for medicinal chemistry, supporting research and its translation to medicine and agriculture. The systematic screening...
Hypotrichosis simplex: Researchers uncover new hair loss genes

Hypotrichosis simplex: Researchers uncover new hair loss genes

Hypotrichosis simplex leads to gradual hair loss in childhood and researchers have deciphered new hair loss genes responsible for this rare form of hair...
Biobanking in Finland: a success story

Biobanking in Finland: a success story

Finland’s unique biobanking landscape makes it an ideal environment for pharmaceutical and health research, as told to Health Europa. Finland may be a small country,...
Can biocompatible materials make broken fillings a thing of the past?

Can biocompatible materials make broken fillings a thing of the past?

New dental reconstruction material developed in Sweden using biocompatible materials offers unprecedented improvements over existing acrylate-based fillers. Individuals may no longer have to worry about...
Enzyme function affected by changes in external surface

Enzyme function affected by changes in external surface

Research shows changes to enzyme surfaces affects the enzyme function, this being the substrate specificity by modifying how densely it is packed inside. These findings...
Bar-Ilan University: Nano-Institute at the cutting edge of medical research

Bar-Ilan University: Nano-Institute at the cutting edge of medical research

Offering a glimpse into breakthrough research, Health Europa explores with Bar-Ilan University, their Nanotechnology Institute that’s advancing medicine. The Institute for Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials...
Artificial Intelligence centres of excellence to be launched across the UK

Artificial Intelligence centres of excellence to be launched across the UK

Five new Artificial Intelligence centres are to be established in the UK to help hospitals make scans and biopsy images digital in a bid...
The importance of having strong research infrastructures

The importance of having strong research infrastructures in healthcare

Health Europa highlights the importance of research infrastructures in the health and care landscape in Europe. Future developments in healthcare and technology innovation rely on...
Open Targets – transforming drug discovery

Open Targets – transforming drug discovery

Health Europa talks with Open Targets who discuss how the platform works to systematically identify and prioritise drug discovery to develop safe and effective...
Nanobots in medicine: the key to fighting chronic diseases with nanomedicine

Nanobots in medicine: the key to fighting chronic diseases with nanomedicine

The emerging technology of nanobots in medicine offers better chances of exploiting nanomedicine to fight chronic diseases such as cancer. Nanomedicine is a domain of...

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