Medical research

Trial shows safety of controlled graphene inhalation

A revolutionary nanomaterial with huge potential to tackle multiple global challenges could be developed further without acute risk to human health, research suggests. The study is published in the journal Nature Nanotechnology.

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

AI use in Mozambique jails spawns new hope in TB fight

A program using artificial intelligence to test inmates in a high security Mozambican jail for tuberculosis has spawned hope that the new tech can help eradicate the disease.


Glue ear: There's a better alternative to grommet surgery

Glitches in our evolutionary development mean that 80% of four-year-olds get glue ear, a temporary loss of hearing. Many have costly and unnecessary surgery despite there being excellent non-surgical alternatives.

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