Article by Rajlakshmi Sohini Mukhopadhyay Seventeen brave volunteers in Leiden were asked to let their bodies be used in the research of a deadly parasitic disease.
On December 16th, 2017 “Debates For/Against” organised by Riga Stradins University’s Student Council were held (project manager: Ksenija Tarasova).
Article by Rajlakshmi Sohini Mukhopadhyay What is Man-flu? It’s winter and the time of year for the flu and colds to hit our immune systems with a vengeance.
Our worlds are busy and, more often than not, we turn to caffeine as a way of keeping us going through our hectic day. The buzz of a morning coffee, or lack of it, can often feel like it can make or break a day.
It’s often believed that speaking a foreign language can change your personality. Operating in a foreign language could have some interesting psychological effects…
The loss of the sense of smell was a better predictor of death than a diagnosis of heart failure, cancer or lung disease.
Sitting at the bedside of a patient at the nephrology department of a London hospital, I realise the importance of even the rarest of conditions and how it can truly affect a person’s life.
Researchers have developed and demonstrated the successful removal of HIV-1 provirus from mice organs and tissue completely. By using a gene-editing technique called CRISPR
You can always offer more during elections, but in reality, the situation is a lot different.
Scientists from MIT and Berkley may have found a solution – extracting water from thin air using only ambient sunlight.