New directions in which ncRNAs can be exploited in Alzheimer’s disease prevention, diagnosis, prognosis, and therapy are discussed.
Dr. Polvi and Dr. Sarneel point to the study of ecosystem engineers being an expanding field that is gaining importance, in particular with the need to understand the impacts of invasive species and river restoration.
A call to develop interaction-aware risk models is presented, and the need for adjustments of the flood risk assessment procedures in the implementation of the European Flood Directive is highlighted.
RNA binding proteins are implicated in diabetes-associated pathogenic events as they initiate pathogenic signals that can cause mitochondrial dysfunction, fibrosis, inflammation and epithelial mesenchymal transition (EMT).
Our current understanding of the generation of cortical interneurons with a focus on recent efforts to bridge the gap between progenitor behavior and interneuron production is reviewed.
An overview of the many key pathways and neuronal clocks that have been linked to the regulation of regenerative capacity is provided.
To confront global warming, climate changes and a potential energy shortage, biodiesel has been receiving increasing interest as a substitute for diesel fuels in efforts to seek for sustainable development. Microalgae-derived biodiesel is a promising energy source.
Research has shown that co-processing raw bio-oil is challenging but it can be carried out after adoption of appropriate reactor modifications in the commercial scale.
To make photogalvanic cells a reality in life for simultaneous solar power and storage, some challenges have to be tackled
Nanostructured hydroxyapatite (nHAp) appears to have a great potential to revolutionize the hard tissue-engineering field, starting from bone repair and augmentation to controlled drug delivery systems.