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Endangered Scottish red squirrels facing new threat from leprosy
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Endangered Scottish red squirrels facing new threat from leprosy

At least six animals have died after catching the disease, which does not affect grey squirrels, Edinburgh University researchers have revealed. ENDANGERED Scottish red squirrels are facing a new threat from a form of leprosy, experts have ... Scotland Now, 3 days ago

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Features | Pulling up the curtain: Behind the scenes of the Edinburgh Festival

arts , Comedians , comedy , culture , drama , Edinburgh , Edinburgh Festival , edinburgh fringe , Edinburgh University , performers , Scotland , students As the festival draws to a close, Features Editors Ruby and Brigitte try to uncover how the ...
 Leeds Student Online3 days ago Efficient Identification of Protein-Coding Variants in a Model Organism Through Exome Sequencing, New Webinar Hosted by Xtalks  MySanAntonio1 week ago Edinburgh Fringe comedy awards  HispanicBusiness.com1 week ago Panda partnership strengthened at Edinburgh Zoo  Individual.com2 weeks ago

Scientists In Scotland Have Made A Major Breakthrough That Could See The End Of Organ Transplants

Scientists at Edinburgh University have made a major medical breakthrough, creating the first ever completely functional organ in a living animal. Using cells developed in a laboratory, the research team in Scotland has been able to develop a ...
 Business Insider Australia6 days ago First Functioning Organ Grown in Living Animal  QMED3 days ago Scientists grow fully functional organ from transplanted cells  Health Canal5 days ago Mouse grows a new thymus from stem cells in Scottish study  MSN Canada6 days ago
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Chemical Changes In Crohn's Disease Patients Could Help Screen For The Disease

Jen Middleton, University of Edinburgh Genetic changes that occur in patients with the bowel condition Crohn's disease could hold clues to fighting the illness. Scientists have identified chemical changes in the DNA of patients with Crohn's ...
 Red Orbit4 days ago Edinburgh University DNA discovery on Chrohn's Disease  Scottish Daily Express5 days ago Newly discovered gene changes in Crohn's disease can be detected in blood samples  Medical News Today3 days ago Genetic changes in patients with Crohn's disease could hold clues to fighting illness  News-Medical.Net5 days ago

Scientists Grow First Working Organ From Scratch

For the first time, scientists from the University of Edinburgh were able to grow a whole functional organ, a thymus, from scratch inside a living mouse. WSJ's Monika Auger reports. (Photo: MRC Centre for Regenerative Medicine, University days ago Scientists Grow An Entire Organ From Scratch [VIDEO]  Medical Daily5 days ago 800 pekerja warga asing merusuh tak tahan didera  Yahoo! Malaysia5 days ago Guy attempts a backflip on a snowmobile  Yahoo! Malaysia5 days ago

Uni runs online referendum course

The University of Edinburgh is running a six-week online course about Scotland's independence referendum. 'Towards Scottish Independence? Understanding the Referendum' is the latest Massive Open Online Course (Mooc) being offered by the ...
 BBC1 week ago
Med India

Researchers Reveal What Makes Sheep Different from Goats

At the University of Edinburgh's Roslin Institute, researchers have cracked the genetic code of sheep to reveal how they became a distinct species from goats around four million years ago. The study is the first to pinpoint the genetic differences that make ...
 Med India2 months ago Why makes sheep different from goats revealed  Business Standard2 months ago
Sun News

Scientists grow organ inside mouse for first time

THYMUS GROWN INSIDE MOUSE BY UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH RESEARCHERS Credits: MRC Centre for Regenerative Medicine, University of Edinburgh/Handout/QMI Agency QMI AGENCY For the first time, Scottish researchers have grown a fully ...
 Sun News1 week ago In Vitro Generation of Neuromesodermal Progenitors Reveals Distinct Roles for Wnt Signalling in the Specification of Spinal Cord and Paraxial Mesoderm Identity  PLoS Biology5 days ago Thymus grown in mice following cell transplant  BioNews5 days ago Researchers grow first ever 'whole functional organ'  NewKerala.com6 days ago

Mental health event draws delegates

​MENTAL health nursing experts from across the UK gathered at Edinburgh Napier University today (Friday 29 September). Over 120 delegates comprising nurses, academics, carers and service users attended the 3rd Mental Health Nursing re ...
 Noodls2 days ago
Blue Print

New approach could transform treatment of depression in cancer patients 28 Aug 2014

Thefindingsof the research team from the Universities of Oxford and Edinburgh are published todayin three papers in the journals The Lancet Psychiatry , The Lancet and The Lancet Oncology . The team analysed data from more than 21,000 patients ...
 Blue Print4 days ago Do more for depressed cancer patients study  Big News Network4 days ago Cancer and depression why it matters, and what can be done to help  Cancer Research UK2 days ago Three-quarters of cancer patients with depression do not get treatment  Health Insurance Daily3 days ago
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