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  1. A versatile switch controlling embryonic development

    03.05.17 | In a new study, a team led by AcademiaNet scientist Caroline Hill has illuminated some of the key molecular steps involved in switching genes on and off during early embryonic development. Their results, reported in the journal eLife, shed new light on the question of how signals from the cellular surface are translated into changes in gene expression.

  2. March for Science

    The start of a movement?

    27.04.17 | Last Saturday, people around the world took to the streets to stand up for science and evidence. AcademiaNet researchers were among the protesters.

  3. Mind the gender gap

    20.04.17 | A recent study, published in eLife, found gender disparities in scientific peer review. A Nature News article summarises the results.

  4. The language of lipids

    AcademiaNet interview with Prof. Valerie O'Donnell

    12.04.17 | In this AcademiaNet interview, Professor O'Donnell tells us about her research on the relationship between lipids, aspirin and inflammation.

  5. Naoko Mizuno receives „Plus 3“ and ERC grants

    05.04.17 | The funding, worth a total of 2.900 000 Euro, will help Mizuno’s team elucidate cell shape changes on a nanoscale.

  6. $21 million NIH grant awarded to epilepsy research consortium

    29.03.17 | Seven scientists, among them AcademiaNet member Prof Asla Pitkänen, will share the funds and collaborate on developing effective therapies for epilepsy.

  7. Nicola A. Spaldin receives prestigious L'Oréal-UNESCO-Award For Women in Science

    23.03.17 | The AcademiaNet scientist is one of five recipients of this year’s prize, worth 100 000 €.

  8. First Scottish AcademiaNet meeting brings together leading female scientists in Scotland

    22.03.17 | AcademiaNet scientists were invited to attend the event at the Royal Society of Edinburgh to discuss gender balance in science as well as the impact of Brexit on British research.

  9. Unique ‘fall airbag’ to protect elderly from sustaining injuries after a fall

    20.03.17 | Dr. Heike Vallery from TU Delft has developed algorithms for a ‘fall airbag’ for the elderly, which reduces the risk of injuries.

  10. Crawling Progress on Fixing Global Gender Disparities in Science

    14.03.17 | Progress towards gender parity in science crawls and varies widely by country and field. A Nature article summarises new data from an extensive Elsevier report on the topic.

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