Real-time imaging of embryonic heart growth and regeneration could uncover the cause of adult heart disease and lead to potential treatments, according to Dr Miguel Torres, a developmental biologist at the Spanish National Centre for Cardiovascular Research.
A major international project is attempting to create the first comprehensive three-dimensional map of all human cells which could end up revealing secrets about our health and how our bodies function.
A miniaturised heart implant is one of the most promising ways in which scientists are hoping to tackle cardiovascular disease, the world’s biggest killer, which claims the lives of almost 2 million people every year in the EU alone.
Preventing malaria drug resistance is essential in fighting the disease, and protecting vulnerable mothers-to-be, says Professor Feiko ter Kuile, a clinical epidemiologist from the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine in the UK.
Rare muscle diseases have a devastating impact on the affected individual and their families, but 3D-drug screening could lead to better medicines being developed which would also relieve the huge economic toll of their treatment.
A new EU-wide approach to funding rare disease research could help patients secure access to new treatments, says Dr Daria Julkowska, scientific coordinator on rare diseases at the French National Research Agency.
A new analysis all but rules out the best and worst warming scenarios – but not everyone believes it.
Remote-sensing tech paves the way for police and first responders.
'Moonshots' could energise Europe's science funding and make Europe cool again, says innovation expert Prof. Mazzucato in a new report.