Interview | Prof. Dr. Axel R. Pries, Präsident of the World Health Summit

World Health Summit – Catalyst and think tank for global health

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How COVID-19 affects the brain - Neurological symptoms apparently not a result of SARS-CoV-2 infection of the brain

Scientists still are not sure how neurological symptoms arise in COVID-19. Is it because SARS-CoV-2 infects the brain? Or are these symptoms the result of inflammation in the rest of the body? A study by Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin has now…

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TME PHARMA ANNOUNCES THE END OF THE CONVERTIBLE DEBT PROGRAM WITH THE SUCCESSFUL €1.48 MILLION FINANCING INTENDED FOR BUYBACK OF ALL OUTSTANDING CONVERTIBLE DEBT

  • €1.48 million private placement secured from a group of new investors
  • Buyback will mark the end of TME Pharma's convertible bond program

Proceeds to be used for buyback of all remaining outstanding convertible debt enhancing TME Pharma’s…

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Competition call for the Deep Tech Award

Deadline: April 26, 2024

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MTIP Invests $15 Million in Caresyntax

MTIP invested $15 million to accelerate Caresyntax's commercial growth and to expand its data-driven surgery platform.

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FyoniBio collaborates with BioLamina and Alder Therapeutics

FyoniBio, Alder Therapeutics, and BioLamina enter Consortium Grant Agreement to Propel Recombinant Human Laminin Development for Clinical Applications

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Pain and touch sensations require Schwann cells

Special receptor cells under the skin enable us to feel pain and touch. But Schwann cells also play a key role in detecting such stimuli, researchers at the Max Delbrück Center report in “Nature Communications.” This discovery opens new avenues for…

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Computer-engineered DNA to study cell identities

A new computer program allows scientists to design synthetic DNA segments that indicate, in real time, the state of cells. Reported by the Gargiulo lab in “Nature Communications”, it will be used to screen for anti-cancer or viral infections drugs,…

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Gene editing precisely repairs immune cells

Some hereditary genetic defects cause an exaggerated immune response that can be fatal. Using the CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing tool, such defects can be corrected, thus normalizing the immune response, as researchers led by Klaus Rajewsky from the Max…

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New findings on brain stiffness in multiple sclerosis - Measuring tissue rigidity could improve MS monitoring

Researchers from Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin and the Max Delbrück Center have new findings on brain stiffness as a marker of neuroinflammation in multiple sclerosis to report. In this section, they answer questions about their research…

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