Better tailoring prescriptions to the unique biological make-up of each patient could lead to big improvements in health.
Technological developments in evidence gathering hold out promise of fewer offences going unpunished.
Researchers are joining forces with the food and health industries to tighten controls and improve nutrition for infants and children.
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From Freshwater Blog
The European Commission's proposal for a European Nature Restoration Law outlines a series of binding targets to restore 20% of the EU’s land and sea by 2030. Five EU-funded research projects analysed the text and shared six key recommendations for foregrounding freshwater ecosystems in the draft law.
From the Naked Scientists
From GPS to weather forecasts, even your bank’s ATM wouldn’t be able to function without a timecode confirmation from a satellite in space. This week the Naked Scientists ask if the increasing numbers of satellites is a problem, how they can be used to spot potential disease outbreaks before they even happen, and more.
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