MedicineOct 30 - Targeting male parasite cells during sexual reproduction could help to prevent malaria transmission, according to a new study. Researchers from Imperial College London looked at cells in the malaria parasite called gametocytes, which are the reproductive cells responsible for transferring malaria from an infected human to the mosquito.
Medicine Oct 30

Our structure (research) - Impact of our research - Postgraduate research - 30 Oct 2014 - Taking certain anti-epileptic medications during pregnancy may be linked to developmental problems in children, according to a new study from The University of Manchester, published in The Cochrane Library.

Administration Oct 29
Administration

UCL welcomes the news that two major academic publishers are to reduce the costs of their subscriptions against payments they receive to publish open-access articles from 2015.

Medicine Oct 30

Study shows that evidence on the safety of anti-epileptic drugs is limited - University of Liverpool scientists have highlighted the difficult treatment decisions women with epilepsy have to face when they become pregnant.

Medicine Oct 29
Medicine

A new study has tracked the molecular events that happen during asthma attacks to help explain how a common cold can trigger these attacks.

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