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30 June 2021
Saving railways from sand
A better understanding of how sand behaves in the wind should help protect tracks and trains.
30 June 2021
Q&A: ‘Our society desperately needs objective, truth-based knowledge’
New ERC president Prof. Maria Leptin says the funding body is becoming an ‘essential guardian of research’.
28 June 2021
More bacteria are becoming resistant to antibiotics – here's how viruses and vaccines could help
Antimicrobial resistance needs to be tackled urgently.
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25 November 2013
The rise of personalised medicine: a myth or an accessible goal?
Cancer research needs to change so that cancer treatment can become truly personalised, according to Professor Martine Piccart.