Scientists at UCLouvain have discovered that the balance between two proteins plays a decisive role in brain development. The study is published in the American Association for the Advancement of Science's (AAAS) prestigious journal Science Advances .
Human African Trypanosomiasis (HAT), or sleeping sickness, is a neglected tropical disease that affects millions of people and is fatal if left untreated. Most treatments and preventative options, however, are not very effective. New research identifies a protein that could pave the way toward drugs against sleeping sickness.
Chronic liver disease is a serious global health problem that has a severe impact on personal quality of life.
Researchers from the Department of Chemical Engineering at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Riga Technical University and the MESA+ Institute at the Un
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Multiple genders, one brain?
VUB's House of Sustainable Transitions takes interdisciplinary approach to sustainability challenges
Uni professors trained in the challenges of AI
Researchers design medicine of the future
VUB hosts lecture by Nobel Prize winner Ben Feringa
Signing of the Agreement between the University of Luxembourg and the European Commission for the funding of the 'Europe Direct at the University of Luxembourg' project (2021-2025)
Thermoelectrics make electricity from your daily (hot) coffee
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Working towards an inclusive research landscape
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