A staggering 20% of the world’s population is currently living under lockdown, as governments and public health professionals are resorting to drastic measures to bring the coronavirus pandemic under control.
Something is happening with Covid-19 that the bungled “yes” 2016 referendum campaign didn’t manage to do: making us feel more European! Since Covid-19 struck China, we knew our turn will
Ventilaid is an unusual project straight out of Poland and just in time for the COVID crisis19: a team of engineers has developed and made available free of charge on
The first case of multiple sclerosis (MS) was documented in 1421, followed by the first pictorial representations of MS in the 1830s. Despite its long history, the autoimmune disease remains
In the September 2019 issue of Nature Biotechnology, a collective of scientists mostly from Insilico Medicine, led by Alex Zhavoronkov, CEO and founder of the company, published a landmark article.
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The current international health crisis could lead to a much-welcomed fall in global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, however, while a boon for the climate in the short-term, the slowdown in
TheEuropeanScientist: In your book Coup de pied dans le plat (“Putting the boot into nutrition”), you define what a healthy diet consists of. Can you tell us more? Professor Philippe
Over the past few months, the novel coronavirus has spread rapidly to over 100 countries and it now seems clear that it will likely spread to all counties on the
A new study might explain why sea turtles ingest so much plastic. The findings, published on 9 March in Current Biology, provide evidence that the turtles mistake the smell of