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Good food puts bees in good mood

Queen Mary, University of London Under embargo until 29 September 2016 18:00 GMT Biologists at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) have discovered that after bumblebees drink a small droplet of really sweet sugar water, they behave like they are ... Alpha Galileo, 1 day ago

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Tooth fillings that could last you a lifetime

The new compound, developed by scientists at Queen Mary University of London, not only blocks cavities but repairs bacterial damage. It releases minerals such as calcium and phosphate, which the tooth uses to form new minerals and repair itself. ...
 Brief week ago The dental fillings that last a lifetime  IOL1 week ago British Scientists Invent Tooth Fillings That Will Change Dental Practice  Arabstoday.net1 week ago University science lab makes Freedom Festival return  University of Hull4 weeks ago

Vitamin D tablets may help reduce asthma attacks, review finds

Lead author Professor Adrian Martineau , from the Asthma UK Centre for Applied Research at Queen Mary University of London, said: "We found that taking a vitamin D supplement in addition to standard asthma treatment significantly reduced the risk of ...
 Equilibrio Informativo3 weeks ago New Meta-Analysis Indicates Vitamin D May Reduce Asthma Attacks  HCPLive3 weeks ago Vitamin D Eases Asthma, Cochrane Review Finds  Dermatology Online Journal3 weeks ago Suffering from asthma? Vitamin D tablets could curb the problem  Economic Times3 weeks ago

Tribunal orders university to release data from PACE chronic fatigue study

Ingrid Torjesen London A tribunal has ruled that Queen Mary University of London must release data from a trial looking at treatment of chronic fatigue syndrome, which found that cognitive behavioural therapy and graded exercise therapy helped ...
 British Medical Journal1 month ago Tribunal Orders Release of Withheld Data from London Trial  Applied Clinical Trials1 month ago

Invisibility cloak a step closer: Scientists

In a first, scientists from Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) have made an object disappear by using a material with nano-size particles that can enhance specific properties on the object's surface.Researchers from QMUL's school of electronic engineering ...
 Prokerala2 months ago Invisibility cloak a step closer, say scientists  Tech22 months ago Scientists step closer to creating invisibility cloaks  DNA2 months ago Are we a step closer to invisibility cloaks?  Asian Age2 months ago

Professor unveils first data on new dental fillings that will repair tooth decay

Queen Mary, University of London The first data on dental fillings that can actively repair tooth decay is presented by Professor Robert Hill. Professor Hill is Chair of Physical Sciences at the Institute of Dentistry at Queen Mary University of ...
 Alpha Galileo4 days ago Professor Robert Hill presents first data on dental fillings for smart repair of tooth decay  HealthMediciNet.com4 days ago Fillings which REPAIR tooth decay and protect against further cavities 'will revolutionise dentistry'  Brief days ago First data on new dental fillings that will repair tooth decay  Science Daily22 hours ago
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UK academics call on UN to defend the rights of people in need of humanitarian protection

Academics from UK universities including Bristol, Middlesex, Warwick, Loughborough, King's College London, Queen Mary, York, and Durham have called on delegates to this week's United Nations Summit for Refugees and Migrants to defend the rights of ...
 University Of Bristol1 week ago

Scientists find Earth-like planet at star next door

Scientists at the European Southern Observatory in Chile and Queen Mary University in London announced today in Nature that they have located the planet orbiting Proxima Centauri. The planet is the right distance from the star to fulfill the ...
 CCTV1 month ago SCI & TECHEarth-like planet found orbitingstar nearest our own sun. And itmay have water, and therefore life  TomoNews1 month ago University of Hertfordshire Astronomers play key role in discovery of new Earth-like planet  University of Hertfordshire1 month ago Planet B could possibly be Earth's twin planet  Hngn.com1 week ago

New £816 million investment in health research

Barts Health NHS Trust Queen Mary University of London Cardiovascular devices and innovative trials, inherited cardiovascular disorders £6,557,380 Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust University of Cambridge Antimicrobial ...
 Wired-GOV2 weeks ago News story: New £816 million investment in health research  EnvironmentGuru.com2 weeks ago Britain unveils billion USD health research program weeks ago

Largest review into twin pregnancies reveals ideal delivery time to prevent stillbirths

Home » Health » / no comments Scientists at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) have analysed the twin pregnancies of more than 30,000 women to identify the ideal delivery period in an attempt to reduce rates of stillbirth. In the ...
 HealthMediciNet.com3 weeks ago
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