Researchers have discovered how to repurpose a molecule called PBT2 to break bacterial resistance to commonly used frontline antibiotics.
Scientists at the Salk Institute have uncovered a neural network in the brain that coordinates breathing rhythm with feelings of pain and fear.
Study participants with no memory impairments and with higher coffee consumption had lower risk of transitioning to mild cognitive impairment or developing Alzheimer's disease.
A grant of up to €300 million over 10 years has enabled the establishment of a major international research centre focused on stem cell medicine.
Researchers set out to determine whether supplementing with a probiotic could be beneficial for gastrointestinal function during pregnancy.
New research has found that dendritic cells in the skin behave differently from their counterparts elsewhere in the body.
A common medication used to treat reflux, heartburn and ulcers could be lessening the effectiveness of lung cancer immunotherapy drugs.
The new Omicron COVID-19 variant has been declared to be "of concern" by the World Health Organization but understanding the level of severity will take days to weeks.
The discovery will force the reassessment of a large amount of already-published scientific literature to determine if the reported observations are accurate.
There is currently very little understanding of the crucial gastrulation stage that occurs shortly after the embryo implants in the womb.
The course will help build products and solutions to tackle antimicrobial resistance, while separately researchers have found a way to increase antibiotic effectiveness.
Diversity in microbe species found in the guts of children with autism may be due to their restricted dietary preferences, rather than the cause of their symptoms.
The new vaccine targets the hookworm's digestion enzyme (APR 1). When the function of these enzymes is blocked, the parasite starves.
A multicentre longitudinal study has confirmed aberrant changes over time in the brains of people with bipolar disorder.
Researchers have used human data to quantify the speed of different processes that lead to Alzheimer's disease.