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Researcher suggests GABA is the key to metamorphosis

Tsukuba, Japan – Metamorphosis, or a dramatic change in physical appearance, is a normal part of the life cycle of many animals, carried out to take advantage of different ecological niches. Yet the process of metamorphosis–how a caterpillar becomes a…

The Positive Side of Corona Virus!

Ain’t you afraid of the Coronavirus outbreak? Of course, you are, right? Almost the whole world is in chaos due to the outbreak which stepped first in the Wuhan city of China. Thousands of people have lost their lives in this outbreak due to the lack of any effective remedy or medications.

Protein Responsible for Corona Virus Replication Identified by Scientist

Teams around the world are working hard to develop active substances against SARS-CoV-2. The structural analysis of functional proteins of the virus is very helpful for this goal. The function of a protein is closely related to its 3D architecture….

Ph.D. Position to study Gene Regulatory Networks and Chromatin Regulation

A Ph.D. position is available in the Department of Biomedicine at the University of Basel to join the Developmental Genetics Group (Prof. Rolf Zeller and PD Dr. Aimée Zuniga). Understanding how a fertilized egg develops into a complex multicellular organism…

Lecturer in Metabolomics -Phd position

Royal Holloway – University of London –Department of Biological Science Location: EghamSalary: 43,660 to 51,687 per annum – including London AllowanceClosing Date: Monday 10 February 2020Interview Date: Wednesday 26 February 2020 Permanent, Full time We are seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Metabolomics who…

Scientific Coordinator and Project Manager

The team of the newly founded Multi-Investigator Project “Burden-Reduced Cleft lip and palate Care and Healing” is looking for a Scientific Coordinator and Administrative Project Manager. The project led by Dr. Andreas Mueller (USB, UniBS) and Dr. Barbara Solenthaler (ETHZ)…

New study finds evidence for reduced brain connections in schizophrenia

Advances in scanning have allowed researchers for the first time to show lower levels of a protein found in the connections between neurons in the living brains of people with schizophrenia. The researchers, who conducted the scans at the psychiatric…

NCCS Scientists captured 3D Structure of GluD1-Subtype Glutamate Receptor

New structures reveal a novel architecture of an important brain receptor involved in several key brain functions and implicated in multiple neuronal disorders including schizophrenia, cognitive deficits, and cerebral ataxia. National Centre for Cell Science (NCCS) researchers have captured the…

International Postdoc 2020 Programme in Sweden

This is the first call for applications within Forte’s new international postdoc programme – a programme that aims to increase international researcher mobility and cross-border research collaboration. The programme offers grants to incoming and outgoing postdocs. Focus area Forte’s international…

Unlocking the understanding of breast cancer with Dr. Giada Zurlo

We all know that breast cancer is one of the major causes of concern among women across the globe. To counter the menace associated with the condition scientists globally are working to find therapeutics targets. In the present interview, we…