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Liverpool leads new £4.7m Zika vaccine project

(University of Liverpool) The University of Liverpool is leading on a major new collaborative project to develop a Zika virus vaccine that is suitable for use in pregnancy.Supported by a £4.7million award from Department of Health and...Show More Summary

New insight into how magma feeds volcanic eruptions

(University of Liverpool) A novel research study by scientists at the University of Liverpool has provided new insights into how molten rock (magma) moves through the Earth's crust to feed volcanic eruptions. Using laboratory experiments...Show More Summary

First child vaccinated with typhoid conjugate vaccine in Africa

(University of Liverpool) History was made in the fight against typhoid fever today, as the first child in Africa was vaccinated in a clinical trial using a new generation of typhoid vaccines.

New research highlights how cancer cells repair themselves following proton beam therapy

(University of Liverpool) Collaborative research conducted in Liverpool and Oxford, published in The Red Journal, identifies the specific cellular process that helps cancer cells damaged as a result of proton beam therapy, repair themselves.

Researchers to develop new allergy relief device using cold plasma technology

(University of Liverpool) Researchers at the University of Liverpool have been awarded funding to develop an innovative device that uses cold plasma technology to tackle the problem of airborne allergens in the home.

New study highlights the impact companion animals have on owners

(University of Liverpool) A new study, published in BMC Psychiatry, conducted by researchers from the universities of Liverpool, Manchester and Southampton, suggests that pets provide benefits to those with mental health conditions.

Researchers discover another reason for the naked mole rats' long, cancer-free life

(University of Liverpool) A new international study has identified clues concerning the cellular processes that contribute to the naked mole rat's resistance to cancer.

Liverpool to lead international diabetic eye disease research project

(University of Liverpool) Liverpool is to lead on a £1.15 million international research project to help transform early detection of diabetic eye disease in developing countries.

Rotavirus vaccine could reduce UK health inequalities, new study suggests

(University of Liverpool) New research led by the University of Liverpool has found that childhood vaccination against rotavirus has greatest benefit in the most deprived communities and could contribute to reducing health inequalities in the UK.

What factors make 'age-friendly environments' effective?

(University of Liverpool) A new study, published in the journal Systematic Reviews, conducted by researchers at the University of Liverpool and Newcastle University has identified the most effective initiatives for promoting respect and social inclusion for older people living in the community.

Global temperature targets will be missed within decades unless carbon emissions reversed

(University of Southampton) In their latest paper, published in the February issue of Nature Geoscience, Dr Philip Goodwin from the University of Southampton and Professor Ric Williams from the University of Liverpool have projectedShow More Summary

Global temperature targets will be missed within decades unless carbon emissions reversed: new study

New projections by researchers from the Universities of Southampton and Liverpool, and the Australian National University in Canberra, could be the catalyst the world has sought to determine how best to meet its obligations to reduce carbon emissions and better manage global warming as defined by the Paris Agreement.

New long-acting approach for malaria therapy developed

(University of Liverpool) A new study, published in Nature Communications, conducted by the University of Liverpool and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine highlights a new 'long acting' medicine for the prevention of malaria.

New research improves our understanding of cancer cell regulation

(University of Liverpool) New research measures how changes in kinase activity can influence the growth, development and regulation of cancer cells. They measure kinase network rewiring that occurs in cancer patients so that they can identify new strategies for killing cancer cells.

How quickly can children learn routes?

(University of Liverpool) New research from the University of Liverpool suggests that children as young as eight can learn a route after only a single experience of it.

Liverpool dive into the fourth round - it's time to stamp out the cheats

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Liverpool dive into the fourth round - it's time to stamp out the cheats - originally posted on Sportslens.com Liverpool are through to the fourth round of the FA Cup and Virgil van Dijk is the best defender in the universe. No doubt...Show More Summary

Double whirlpool spotted in nature for the first time

Scientists at the University of Liverpool have observed "double whirlpools" in the natural world for the first time. Until now, the unusual fluid dynamics phenomenon had only been theoretically envisioned. While eddies, whirlpools that...Show More Summary

Risk of chocolate poisoning in dogs peaks at Christmas, warn experts

Experts are warning of a "significant peak" in the risk of chocolate poisoning in dogs over the Christmas period as households stock up on festive treats. In the Vet Record today, researchers at the University of Liverpool say dog owners...Show More Summary

'Tis the season to be vigilant: Risk of chocolate poisoning in dogs peaks at Christmas

University of Liverpool researchers are warning of a "significant peak" in the risk of chocolate poisoning in dogs over the Christmas period as households stock up on festive treats.

Research finds North Atlantic Oscillation synchronises tree reproduction across Europe

Research by the University of Liverpool has found a strong correlation between the North Atlantic Oscillation and synchronised tree reproduction across Europe, supporting the idea that this phenomenon plays a greater role in large scale masting, the process whereby forest trees produce large numbers of seeds in the same year.

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