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£55m Anglo-US research can boost early cancer detection rates
Efforts to improve early cancer detection rates have been given a boost with a new major international alliance of researchers backed by £55 million of funding.
New mole-melanoma link leads to better treatment of major skin cancer: Research
Australian scientists said they have found a way to help dermatologists better determine a patient’s risk of developing melanoma, pointing to improved understanding and treatment of the major skin cancer.
Paris Agreement hampered by inconsistent pledges, research finds
Some countries' Paris Climate Agreement pledges may not be as ambitious as they appear, a new study has found.
Bayer to invest €5.6b in weed killer research
Bayer, the German crop science and chemicals group reeling from US litigation over claims its glyphosate pesticide causes cancer, said on Friday it would invest €5 billion ($5.64 billion) in weed killer research.
Research reveals insulin-producing beta cells may change function in diabetes
A revolutionary new study using only materials derived from humans has revealed that insulin-producing beta cells can change their function in diabetes — and that this change may be reversible.
New research examines association between gun access and adolescent health
A new study found that personal gun access was associated with depression, suicidal ideation and perceiving school as unsafe, while attending a school where gun access was common was associated with lower odds of perceiving school as unsafe.
China's space research finds microgravity promotes iPS cells regenerative potential
Research findings from China's Tianzhou-1 Space Mission showed that the microgravity environment in space promotes heart cell differentiation of mice induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells, providing new perspectives on future human space travel.
Research into Edinburgh street begging reveals ‘deep poverty’
Shelter Scotland and the Edinburgh Community Safety Partnership (ECSP) investigated those on the streets who resort to begging and found at least 420 people begging over the two years to October 2018, showing deep, often lifelong poverty, poor mental and physical health, addiction and the constant threat of abuse.
New research reveals mountains 660 km within Earth
An international study found mountains and other topography in a layer about 660 kilometers underground that separates the upper and lower mantle of the Earth.
Better forecasts may be possible with new research on extreme rainfall patterns
New analysis revealed global patterns of extreme rainfall, which could lead to better forecasts and more accurate climate models.
Research: Healthy food makes you happy
Depression has many origins: Genetic, triggered by a specific event or circumstance or lifestyle choices. But it is a disease of the brain, and researchers are finding that ensuring it receives the proper nutrients is a way to treat depression.
Research group: China's growth data may mask economic risks
China's GDP growth may be significantly slower than official estimates suggest and its economy more vulnerable to external shocks than widely believed, a global business think tank has warned.
Research shows dramatic impact of Australian shark culls
Australian researchers believe they have detected a dramatic decline in shark numbers over the last half century, findings that could challenge the use of culls as a way of responding to attacks.
Space research could help reverse frailty in old age
Muscle loss in elderly people could be prevented or reversed following experiments to be conducted on the International Space Station.
Research firm: India iPhone sales to fall for first time in four years
Apple’s iPhone sales are set to dip by around a quarter in India’s holiday season fourth quarter, putting them on course for the first full-year fall in four years, industry research firm Counterpoint said on Saturday.

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