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Cancer drug helps women produce new eggs
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Cancer drugs could up fertility

A drug used to treat cancer could help infertile women produce more eggs. Researchers at the University of Edinburgh found that the drugs seemed to turn back the biological clock. The team analysed ovarian tissue from 11 women undergoing ... MSN UK, 4 hours ago
Cancer drugs 'prompt ovaries to produce eggs' Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 20 hours ago
Cancer drug helps women produce new eggs Australian Women's Weekly, 11 hours ago

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High-pressure phase of brucite stable at Earth's mantle transition zone and lower mantle conditions [Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences]

Andreas Hermann a , b , 1 and Mainak Mookherjee c a School of Physics and Astronomy, The University of Edinburgh , Edinburgh EH9 3FD, United Kingdom; b Centre for Science at Extreme Conditions, The University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh EH9 3FD, ...
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Here's what Edinburgh students are really thinking about their new nap pods

On Monday the results of an online ballot were released showing that students at the University of Edinburgh had voted overwhelmingly in favour of a motion to purchase 'nap pods' for the university library. However it seems that the result (1,616 ...
 The National Student3 hours ago University of Edinburgh students vote for library nap pods  Brief Report.co.uk1 day ago Edinburgh University students vote to spend £40k on Google 'nap pods'  Online Nigeria News1 day ago Students at top university vote overwhelmingly to spend Pound 40,000 on 'ridiculous' Google-style 'nap pods' in case they find themselves dropping off in the library  New Delhi News.Net1 day ago
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Zebrafish aid Edinburgh cancer discovery

From the section Edinburgh, Fife & East Scotland Image copyright University of Edinburgh Image caption The researchers observed the cells encouraging a brain tumour to grow Edinburgh scientists have used tropical fish to uncover important evidence ...
 BBC2 weeks ago Nap pods  BBC2 days ago Edinburgh informatics firm broadens European appeal  Scotland B2B Mag5 days ago Edinburgh-based travel site Skyscanner selling to Chinese firm for £1.4bn  Scottish Daily Express1 week ago
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Case study: CHP at the University of Edinburgh

A combined heat and power (CHP)-based energy installation at Scotland's University of Edinburgh threw up more challenges than most for installer Vital Energi, with archaeology and conservation issues and restricted access. But with those challenges ...
 Penn Energy2 days ago Million pound fund to help make university zero carbon  EDQuarter5 days ago Adopt an Intern Case Study  Employability & Tackling Poverty1 week ago "Breaking Boundaries Symposium" Andy Clark (University of Edinburgh) and John Dupre (University of Exeter)  Exeter University1 week ago
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Students call for university nap pods

Students are calling for "nap pods" at Edinburgh University in a bid to combat the problem of sleep deprivation. Pupils want two in their main library at George Square and two at King's Buildings. A student-led "think-tank", called the ...
 BBC4 days ago Students call for nap pods at Edinburgh University  Brief Report.co.uk4 days ago

A 56-year-old woman with breathlessness

1 , Marc R Dweck 1 , Peter D O'Kane 2 1 Centre for Cardiovascular Science, University of Edinburgh, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh , Edinburgh , UK 2 Dorset Heart Centre, Royal Bournemouth Hospital , Bournemouth , UK Correspondence to Dr ...
 British Journal of the Heart1 week ago
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Edinburgh scientists find cancer drug to help women grow eggs

A common cancer treatment could help women to grow new eggs, new research suggests. A small study led by Edinburgh University found that women treated with a chemotherapy drug combination used to target Hodgkin's lymphoma had more young eggs in ...
 Brief Report.co.uk1 day ago Study Suggests Cancer Drug May Cause Women to Grow New Eggs  Scicasts2 hours ago Cancer drug may help increase the number of new eggs in women: Study  ZeeNews.com22 hours ago Chemotherapy drug combinationappears to boost prolongation of eggs in women's ovaries  HealthMediciNet.com1 day ago
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Which infection is likely to trigger a pandemic?

An article in the Sun reports that scientists at Edinburgh University have identified 37 viruses that may cause the next global health crisis, with several linked to the Zika and Ebola viruses. The article notes that although these infections are ...
 Food Line Web1 day ago December 6, 2016: More Intense Downpours Expected, Buffett's Tax Boon and the Top Ten Pandemic Threats  Risk Market News1 day ago Pandemic infections predicted  The University of Edinburgh2 days ago Pandemic threat viruses identified  BBC2 days ago

Deutsche Post DHL Undergraduate Scholarships 2017/2018 for study in the United Kingdom.

The University of Edinburgh and Deutsche Post DHL will offer 15 scholarships to students for undergraduate study in an eligible programme within Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM) offered by the University commencing in academic ...
 YesAfrica1 day ago
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