Radiology & Imaging

New image reconstruction methods for fMRI and PET

The role of functional imaging is growing in clinical practice, where it is used to investigate the functional and physiological changes in the target. Unlike anatomical imaging, functional imaging is used to determine the ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

New findings link brain's immune system to psychosis

New research at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden suggests a link between psychosis and a genetic change that affects the brain's immune system. The study published in Molecular Psychiatry may impact the development of modern ...

Alzheimer's disease & dementia

Partially sighted may be at higher risk of dementia

Older people with vision loss are significantly more likely to suffer mild cognitive impairment, which can be a precursor to dementia, according to a new study published in the journal Ageing Clinical and Experimental Research.


Predicting microbial interactions in the human gut

The human gut consists of a complex community of microbes that consume and secrete hundreds of small molecules—a phenomenon called cross-feeding. However, it is challenging to study these processes experimentally. A new ...

Biomedical technology

Professor suggests how to calculate implant materials' permeability

An associate professor from RUDN University found out the effect of the number and size of pores on the permeability of bone implants by biological fluids. The results of the study could help choose optimal physical parameters ...

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