Japanese scientists develop a new device for metronomic photodynamic therapy to facilitate a minimally-invasive as well as effective cancer treatment in delicate organs.
In a World Without Innovation
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2020 was meant to be the year of COP26, an update to nationally determined commitments (NDCs) from the Paris Agreement. However, the conference and the following positive climate action was delayed due to COVID-19.
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International medical cooperation has far more potential than we give it credit for
The long standing philosophy and science behind the question
Houston, we have a problem!
From wireless charging to seizure forecasting, how are neural implants being updated?
This question strikes at the heart of the tenuous link between statistics and causality in science