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Nature

Scientific journal covering research from a variety of academic disciplines, mostly in science and technology

Nature is a weekly international journal publishing the finest peer-reviewed research in all fields of science and technology on the basis of its originality, importance, interdisciplinary interest, timeliness, accessibility, elegance and surprising conclusions. Nature also provides rapid, authoritative, insightful and arresting news and interpretation of topical and coming trends affecting science, scientists and the wider public.

First, to serve scientists through prompt publication of significant advances in any branch of science, and to provide a forum for the reporting and discussion of news and issues concerning science. Second, to ensure that the results of science are rapidly disseminated to the public throughout the world, in a fashion that conveys their significance for knowledge, culture and daily life.

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Nature News

Different organs, like your heart and lungs, can age at different speeds

Live Forever Club - 28-Jan-2024

This means you might need to focus on specific areas of your health to stay spry

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Having too much iron in your body can damage organs like lungs and kidneys

Live Forever Club - 28-Jan-2024

This could impact how much iron we get from food or supplements

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New antibiotic zosurabalpin offers hope against deadly hospital infections

BBC - 04-Jan-2024

Scientists hail "exciting" discovery against superbug Crab, paving the way for future antibiotics

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Deep learning techniques identified compounds that kill MRSA in mice

EurekAlert! - 20-Dec-2023

Promising advance in antibiotics with potential to combat a major health threat

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A revolutionary blood test that can estimate your organs' biological age

BBC - 07-Dec-2023

Test could help in the early detection of disease and prevention strategies

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LensAge index: A new method to estimate biological age using lens photographs

Live Forever Club - 23-Nov-2023

Offers a precise measure of body's biological state and its link to mortality

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A fatty acid in beef and milk could be used to treat cancer

New Scientist - 22-Nov-2023

The acid eliminates tumours by activating immune cells to combat cancerous cells

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Scientists have created a new strain of yeast with over half of its DNA synthetic

Nature - 08-Nov-2023

Opening up the possibility of engineering complex organisms from scratch

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Genetic profiling conducted by the mexico city prospective study highlights the value of genetic studies in diverse populations

Oxford Population Health - 11-Oct-2023

Study reveals new insights into obesity, diabetes, and genetic diversity

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Calico and AbbVie discover potential first-in-class cancer immunotherapy

Calico - 04-Oct-2023

ABBV-CLS-484 enhances anti-tumor immunity and is currently in clinical trials

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Phase I trial shows early promise in clearing senescent cells in Alzheimer's

Wake Forest Baptist Health - 07-Sep-2023

The treatment was well-tolerated with no significant changes in brain function

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Urolithin A, a natural compound, reverses age-related decline in immune system

EurekAlert! - 06-Sep-2023

Urolithin A rejuvenated blood stem cells in mice, boosting infection defence

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Embryo model grown without sperm, egg or womb: A breakthrough for ethical research

BBC - 06-Sep-2023

Stem cell-based embryo models could lead to new treatments for infertility

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Naked mole rats' secret to long life could be unlocked for humans

University of Rochester - 23-Aug-2023

Scientists transfer the longevity gene to mice, extending their lifespan by 4.4%

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New proteins with shapeshifting abilities could transform biotechnology

Singularity Hub - 22-Aug-2023

AI can now design proteins that change shape in response to external stimuli

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Human cell's memory erased to resemble embryonic stem cells

EurekAlert! - 16-Aug-2023

New reprogramming method addresses epigenetic challenges & sets a standard for cell therapy research

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PF4: the tiny protein that could boost your brain power, no matter your age

University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) - 16-Aug-2023

PF4 from platelets enhanced learning and memory in both young and old mice

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New in-ear bioelectronic device could revolutionize brain-computer interface system

Forbes - 09-Aug-2023

SpiralE helps advance user-friendly neuroscience applications and regenerative medicine in the future

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Videregen seeks $10m funding for clinical trials of regenerated organs and tissues

Longevity Technology - 07-Jul-2023

Ground-breaking technology to advance the development of a bio-engineered thymus & lung disease treatments

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Ageing speeds up gene reading, reducing its accuracy

University of Cologne - 12-Apr-2023

Calorie restriction may extend lifespan by improving the quality of gene transcription

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