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Scientific European Vol. 1 no.5 Archive - Scientific European (SCIEU) - Monthly Popular Science Magazine

Volume 1 Issue 5 May 2018

A Plastic Eating Enzyme: Hope for Recycling and Fighting Pollution

Researchers have identified and engineered an enzyme which can digest and consume some of our most commonly polluting plastics providing a hope for recycling and fighting pollution

MAY 2018

Precision Medicine for Cancer, Neural Disorders and Cardiovascular Diseases

New study shows a method to individually distinguish cells in the body in order to advance precision medicine or personalised therapeutic treatments.

MAY 2018

Advances in Regeneration of Damaged Heart

Recent twin studies have shown novel ways of regenerating a damaged heart

MAY 2018

A Step Towards Finding a Cure for Greying and Baldness

Researchers have identified a group of cells in the hair follicles of mice which are important both in forming the hair shaft to allow hair growth, and also in maintaining hair colour in a study aimed at identifying possible treatments for hair greying and balding
greying and baldness

MAY 2018

New Nanofiber Dressing for Efficient Wound Healing

Recent studies have developed new wound dressings which accelerate healing and improve tissue regeneration in wounds.

MAY 2018

Use of Nanowires to Produce Safer and Powerful Batteries

Study has discovered a way to make batteries that we use every day to be more resilient, powerful and safe.

MAY 2018

Bacteria on healthy skin could prevent skin cancer?

Study has shown bacteriawhich is commonly found on our skin acts as a potential “layer” of protection against cancer

MAY 2018

Sugars and Artificial Sweeteners Harmful in the Same Manner

Recent studies have shown that artificial sweetenersneed to be approached with caution and they may not be good and can cause conditions like diabetes and obesity.

MAY 2018

A New Tooth-Mounted Nutrition Tracker

Recent study has developed a new tooth mounted tracker which records what we are eating and is the next trend to be added to the list of health/fitness trackers


Scientific European® (SCIEU®) - Disseminating Advances in Science to General Readers

Scientific European® (SCIEU®) -
Disseminating Advances in Science
to General Readers