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Protein biomarkers predict dementia 15 years before diagnosis – according to new study

In the largest study of its kind, scientists have shown how protein “biomarkers” predict dementia 15 years before diagnosis.


International Day of Women and Girls in Science: Physicist advancing skin cancer screening and diagnosis using terahertz waves

Ahead of International Day of Women and Girls in Science this Sunday, 11 February, The University of Warwick is shining the spotlight on a physicist who is developing new technology to advance the diagnosis and screening of skin cancers.

Fri 09 Feb 2024, 15:19 | Tags: Physics, Health, women, research, cancer, Women in STEM, Sciences

Group physical and mental health rehabilitation improves life quality for people with long covid

A new study has found that an on-line rehabilitation programme improves quality of life for adults with long covid.


AI tool developed to help grade cancer based on cell divisions

Ahead of World Cancer Day on 4 February, scientists are revealing a cutting-edge artificial intelligence (AI) tool designed to help grade cancer, by analysing cell division.

Wed 31 Jan 2024, 12:44 | Tags: Computer Science, Health, research, cancer, AI, Sciences, Health and Medicine

University of Warwick clinical trials set to help people blighted by knee injuries

The University of Warwick is recruiting participants for two clinical trials to help people who have injured their knees through dislocations and tears.


Study reveals cardiac arrest figures in England – with just 1 in 12 people surviving and leaving hospital

A national research database has revealed stark figures for cardiac arrests in England for 2022. Survival rates remain low, with around 8% patients surviving to 30 days after a cardiac arrest.


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