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Business Wire
MOLOGEN AG: First patients enrolled in extension phase of the HIV study TEACHMOLOGEN AG (ISIN DE0006637200; Frankfurt Stock Exchange Prime Standard: MGN) an
MOLOGEN AG: First patients enrolled in extension phase of the HIV study TEACH
Business Wire / Posted 12 hours ago
MOLOGEN AG (ISIN DE0006637200; Frankfurt Stock Exchange Prime Standard: MGN) announced today that its partner, the Danish Aarhus University Hospital, treated the first patients (FPI) in the extension phase of the TEACH study. In the trial with... Read more
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PhysOrg
K2-39b: A planet that shouldn't be there at allEarth is not shown on this figure, because it is more than two times further aw
K2-39b: A planet that shouldn't be there at all
PhysOrg / Posted 5 days ago
Earth is not shown on this figure, because it is more than two times further away than Mercury. Credit: Vincent Van Eylen/Aarhus University (Phys.org)—An international team of astronomers has reported the discovery of a new giant extrasolar planet... Read more
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PhysOrg
Odors can be measured by analytical chemistryNow we are able to answer this question by means of a technique developed by sc
Odors can be measured by analytical chemistry
PhysOrg / Posted 7 days ago
Now we are able to answer this question by means of a technique developed by scientists from Department of Engineering, Aarhus University, in cooperation with SEGES. They have developed a model that is able to predict pig house odours. The model... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Researchers aim to improve medical treatment for people with insect venom allergySpillner is an expert in the development and design of proteins for diagnostic
Researchers aim to improve medical treatment for people with insect venom allergy
News-Medical-Net / Posted 7 days ago
Spillner is an expert in the development and design of proteins for diagnostic and therapeutic use. In his laboratory at Aarhus University, he has produced a variety of artificial proteins for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes. The research... Read more
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dna
Treatment for bladder cancer on its way, says studyresearch has paved the way for an improved individual treatment of the patients
Treatment for bladder cancer on its way, says study
dna / Posted 8 days ago
research has paved the way for an improved individual treatment of the patients with bladder cancer. A research team from Aarhus University Hospital and Aarhus University headed by professor Torben Orntoft and professor Lars Dyrskjot has been in... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Improved treatment for bladder cancer could soon be on its wayresearch has paved the way for an improved individual treatment of the patients
Improved treatment for bladder cancer could soon be on its way
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
research has paved the way for an improved individual treatment of the patients with bladder cancer. A research team from Aarhus University Hospital and Aarhus University headed by professor Torben Ørntoft and professor Lars Dyrskjøt has been in... Read more
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New Kerala
Improved treatment for bladder cancer could soon be on its way - newkerala.com #79075research has paved the way for an improved individual treatment of the patients
Improved treatment for bladder cancer could soon be on its way - newkerala.com #79075
New Kerala / Posted 8 days ago
research has paved the way for an improved individual treatment of the patients with bladder cancer. A research team from Aarhus University Hospital and Aarhus University headed by professor Torben Ørntoft and professor Lars Dyrskjot has been in... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Study provides valuable insight into biology of tumours in early stages of cancersome cases develop aggressively making it necessary to remove the bladder or re
Study provides valuable insight into biology of tumours in early stages of cancer
News-Medical-Net / Posted 11 days ago
some cases develop aggressively making it necessary to remove the bladder or receive chemotherapy. A research team from Aarhus University Hospital and Aarhus University headed by professor Torben Ørntoft and professor Lars Dyrskjøt has been in... Read more
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Capital City Weekly
CapitalCityWeekly.com - Southeast Alaska's Online Newspaperis originally from Haines and is now a researcher at the Santa Fe Institute in
CapitalCityWeekly.com - Southeast Alaska's Online Newspaper
Capital City Weekly / Posted 13 days ago
is originally from Haines and is now a researcher at the Santa Fe Institute in New Mexico. Dr. Barker is a researcher at Aarhus University in Denmark. Both scholars are biologists interested in social behavior— for example, how people interact... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Women 'under-represented in high-power jobs due to inflexible school curriculum'Juanna Schroter Joensen, of Stockholm School of Economics and the University of
Women 'under-represented in high-power jobs due to inflexible school curriculum'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
Juanna Schroter Joensen, of Stockholm School of Economics and the University of Chicago, and Helena Skyt Nielsen, of Aarhus University, also say: "If girls choose advanced maths and science courses in school, they are paid as much as... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Women 'under-represented in high-power jobs due to inflexible school curriculum'Juanna Schroter Joensen, of Stockholm School of Economics and the University of
Women 'under-represented in high-power jobs due to inflexible school curriculum'
Streatham Guardian / Posted 15 days ago
Juanna Schroter Joensen, of Stockholm School of Economics and the University of Chicago, and Helena Skyt Nielsen, of Aarhus University, also say: "If girls choose advanced maths and science courses in school, they are paid as much as... Read more
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Bury Times
Women 'under-represented in high-power jobs due to inflexible school curriculum'Juanna Schroter Joensen, of Stockholm School of Economics and the University of
Women 'under-represented in high-power jobs due to inflexible school curriculum'
Bury Times / Posted 15 days ago
Juanna Schroter Joensen, of Stockholm School of Economics and the University of Chicago, and Helena Skyt Nielsen, of Aarhus University, also say: "If girls choose advanced maths and science courses in school, they are paid as much as... Read more
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Gazette
Women 'under-represented in high-power jobs due to inflexible school curriculum'Juanna Schroter Joensen, of Stockholm School of Economics and the University of
Women 'under-represented in high-power jobs due to inflexible school curriculum'
Gazette / Posted 15 days ago
Juanna Schroter Joensen, of Stockholm School of Economics and the University of Chicago, and Helena Skyt Nielsen, of Aarhus University, also say: "If girls choose advanced maths and science courses in school, they are paid as much as... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New RNA aptamer can prevent pathogenic protein misfoldingmutant and does not interfere with its ability to inhibit the target proteases,
New RNA aptamer can prevent pathogenic protein misfolding
News-Medical-Net / Posted 18 days ago
mutant and does not interfere with its ability to inhibit the target proteases, i.e., cathepsin G and chymotrypsin. One perspective is that similar strategies may be employed by other proteins prone to misfoldi... Read more
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Newsmax
Some Steroids Raise Staph Riskrisk against the potential beneficial effect of glucocorticoid therapy," said s
Some Steroids Raise Staph Risk
Newsmax / Posted 18 days ago
risk against the potential beneficial effect of glucocorticoid therapy," said study lead author Dr. Jesper Smit, of Aarhus University Hospital in Denmark. "This is especially pertinent in patients who are already vulnerable to infection,"... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
Sound sleep elusive for many kids with ADHDas other kids. "Children with ADHD have huge sleep problems," said study leade
Sound sleep elusive for many kids with ADHD
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 19 days ago
as other kids. "Children with ADHD have huge sleep problems," said study leader Anne Virring Sorensen, a researcher at Aarhus University in Risskov, Denmark. "We verified [their sleep problems] by polysomnography, which hadn't been done... Read more
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PhysOrg
A new way for prevention of pathogenic protein misfoldinga variety of diseases. Danish researchers have found a solution for preventing
A new way for prevention of pathogenic protein misfolding
PhysOrg / Posted 19 days ago
a variety of diseases. Danish researchers have found a solution for preventing this misfolding. Credit: Jan K. Jensen, Aarhus University Incorrectly folded proteins can cause a variety of diseases. Danish researchers have found a solution for... Read more
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New Kerala
MDI's International Summer University programme helps students enhance their management skills - newkerala.com #73116'Research Methodology Workshop' by Prof. Balazs Revesz, Szeged University, Hung
MDI's International Summer University programme helps students enhance their management skills - newkerala.com #73116
New Kerala / Posted 22 days ago
'Research Methodology Workshop' by Prof. Balazs Revesz, Szeged University, Hungary, Europe and by Prof. Henrik B. Sorenson, Aarhus University, Denmark, Europe. Doctoral Research Interaction Series have been arranged for interaction amongst the... Read more
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PhysOrg
Study shows it is possible to save money and reduce carbon dioxide emission by using more energyColourbox What is the most optimal energy behaviour in everyday life with varia
Study shows it is possible to save money and reduce carbon dioxide emission by using more energy
PhysOrg / Posted 28 days ago
Colourbox What is the most optimal energy behaviour in everyday life with variable electricity prices? Researchers at Aarhus University have carried out extensive theoretical mapping of the way private consumers can save money for heating in a... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Why is the Earth's core younger than its surface?still looking as ruggedly handsome as ever. It’s the same principle, only now
Why is the Earth's core younger than its surface?
Eye Witness News / Posted 29 days ago
still looking as ruggedly handsome as ever. It’s the same principle, only now a team led by physicist Ulrik Uggerhøj of Aarhus University in Denmark has applied it to the time differential existing between the Earth’s core and surface. Their... Read more
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The Register
Earth's core is younger than its crustcouple of days”, a full calculation suggests it's two-and-a-half years. The au
Earth's core is younger than its crust
The Register / Posted 29 days ago
couple of days”, a full calculation suggests it's two-and-a-half years. The authors – Ulrik Uggerhøj and Rune Mikkelsen at Aarhus University and Jan Faye of the University of Copenhagen – don't expect their “back of the envelope” calculation to... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New understanding of neurotransmitter transporter mechanism gives hope for treating depression, addicitiondepression, overdose and addicition, as we now understand better how pharmaceut
New understanding of neurotransmitter transporter mechanism gives hope for treating depression, addicition
News-Medical-Net / Posted 1 months ago
depression, overdose and addicition, as we now understand better how pharmaceuticals and drugs such as antidepressant, ecstasy and cocaine that bind to these transporters in different states must do so to ensure the right effect. Aarhus Univ... Read more
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New Kerala
Why do people help the sick but not the unemployed? - newkerala.com #68882as something we have no control over," said one of the researchers Michael Bang
Why do people help the sick but not the unemployed? - newkerala.com #68882
New Kerala / Posted 1 months ago
as something we have no control over," said one of the researchers Michael Bang Petersen, professor in political science at Aarhus University in Denmark. "People everywhere seem to have this deep-seated intuition that ill people are unfortunate and... Read more
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New Kerala
Why sick people always pitied more than those unemployed - newkerala.com #6877627 : A new study has revealed why everyone wants to help the sick, but not the
Why sick people always pitied more than those unemployed - newkerala.com #68776
New Kerala / Posted 1 months ago
27 : A new study has revealed why everyone wants to help the sick, but not the unemployed. New research from Aarhus BSS at Aarhus University explained why healthcare costs are running out of control, while costs to unemployment protection are kept... Read more
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PhysOrg
Harbour porpoises are skilled hunters and eat almost constantlyand frequently more than ten per minute with a remarkable success rate of more
Harbour porpoises are skilled hunters and eat almost constantly
PhysOrg / Posted 1 months ago
and frequently more than ten per minute with a remarkable success rate of more than 90 percent," says Danuta Wisniewska of Aarhus University in Denmark. "The tiny fish targeted by porpoises are not of interest in commercial fisheries; however,... Read more

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