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a Biophysics and Medical Technology, Department of Physics, NTNU The Norwegian University of Science and Technology, NO-7491 Trondheim, Norway b Department of Structural Engineering, NTNU The Norwegian University of Science and Technology, ... RSC, 3 weeks ago
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Whole grains each day can keep diseases at bay!

Want to stay disease-free for life? A recent study conducted at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology says that all you need is seven servings of whole grains a day to lower risk for all kinds of diseases including cancer.
 DNA2 months ago
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Aerobic exercises restore protein quality in heart failure: study

A new study from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology has found that aerobic exercises such as running, swimming or cycling may restore cardiac protein quality control system in heart failure.
 DNA1 month ago Aerobics may restore cardiac protein quality control system in heart failure: Study  Siasat Daily1 month ago Aerobics restores protein quality in heart failure: study  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago

Exercise training in heart failure: Shaping your proteins

Source : Norwegian University of Science and Technology Heart failure is a common endpoint for many cardiovascular diseases. This syndrome is characterized by reduced cardiac output that leads to dyspnea, exercise intolerance and later death.
 Biocompare1 month ago Aerobic practice training reestablishes cardiac protein peculiarity control complement in heart disaster rats  HealthMediciNet.com1 month ago Aerobic exercise training reestablishes cardiac protein quality control system in heart failure rats  News-Medical.Net1 month ago

Norwegian Study Suggests Most Surgical Meniscus Repairs are Unnecessary

A recent study from the University of Oslo finds that three out of four people could avoid knee surgery with a new form of exercise therapy, with significant cost savings for society.Injury to the menisci, the cartilaginous discs within the knee ...
 Medical Design Technology2 weeks ago Most surgical meniscus repairs are unnecessary  Alpha Galileo1 month ago

New Wikipedia project champions women scientists in the Antarctic

437 Shares Share Tweet Share What's This? In-Young AhnImage: la trobe university By Ariel BogleAustralia2016-08-11 08:13:05 UTC Ingrid Christensen was a Norwegian explorer, thought to be among the first women to view Antarctica in the 1930s. She ...
 Mashable2 weeks ago Lack of workouts leaves world economy worn out  Radio New Zealand1 month ago The Nansen passport an old solution for today's refugees  EUobserver2 weeks ago Here's how much exercise you should be doing if you sit at a  Yahoo! News Australia1 month ago
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Durham University scientists make 'major discovery' in search for more Helium

Scientists from Durham University have hailed a helium discovery which could solve a shortage of the gas threatening life-saving work in medicine. Reserves have been running out and doctors a year ago were calling for a ban on its usage in party ...
 ITV.com2 months ago Scientists Make Huge Helium Discovery (On Planet Earth)  Chem.info2 months ago Scientists Discover Major Helium Reserve (On Planet Earth)  Chem.info2 months ago Helium shortage could be solved by new life-saving discovery  The Gulf Today2 months ago
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Nordic CIO interview: Tore Burheim, University of Bergen

osorioartist - Fotolia IT director of Norwegian university tells Computer Weekly about digitising education and creating co-operative clusters The University of Bergen in Norway , with 14,500 students and 3,600 staff, is digitising its ...
 Computer Weekly1 month ago Top 30 Europe Scholarships for International Students  Diaspora Connex1 month ago Professorship in Gynecology  Academics.com1 month ago

Indigenous schoolchildren explore science at Canberra institutions

After a decade and a half of leadership at the University of NebraskaLincoln in which he guided the... Jun 30, 2016 Apple today confirmed its giving up on making money in the mobile advertising business, and it will... Jun 30, 2016 That ...
 NewsFlow242 months ago

Universities lead growth in healthcare innovation

A conference on health innovation in Norway and a new advanced master of science programme in business administration and healthcare innovation developed by Copenhagen Business School and the faculty of health at the University of Copenhagen in ...
 University World News2 months ago
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