New study to measure effect of dietary supplement from tomatoes on men with fertility issues
Online tool found to be effective at assessing dementia risk
Scientists hope the new tool could be used to make it easier for GPs and patients to get information on dementia risk factors.
Modified Botox gives long-term pain relief after nerve injury without side effects
A team of scientists from the Universities of Sheffield, Reading and University College London (UCL) and US-based biopharmaceutical company Neuresta have created a new, elongated botulinum neurotoxin which can alleviate chronic pain without risk of paralysis or addiction.
Thousands of native plants are unphotographed, and citizen scientists can help fill the gaps
New research finds almost 4000 Australian plant species have not been photographed before in the wild, which may lead to their extinction.
3D bioprinting inside the human body could be possible thanks to new soft robot
Review finds fledgling chronic back pain therapy needs more rigorous study
Cognitive Functional Therapy treats chronic back pain as part of a person’s entire pain experience, but more research is needed to assess its effectiveness.
A new ring system discovered in our Solar System
Scientists have discovered a new ring system around a dwarf planet on the edge of the Solar System. The ring system orbits much further out than is typical for other ring systems, calling into question current theories of how ring systems are formed.
Enhance! Deep learning tool boosts X-ray imaging resolution and hydrogen fuel cell performance
The ‘brown food web’: dead vegetation plays essential role in desert ecosystems
A reduction in decaying vegetation can have significant impacts on the desert food chain, UNSW scientists have found.