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Horses suffering from neurological conditions similar to those that affect humans could be helped by a breakthrough from stem cell scientists funded by BBSRC. Researchers who are the first to create working nerve cells from horse stem cells say the advance may pave the way for cell therapies that target conditions similar to motor neurone disease.
A new, two-year pilot opportunity - known as The U.S. NSF/BIO-UK BBSRC Lead Agency Pilot Opportunity - is being formally launched today. This opportunity is designed to make it easier for research teams comprised of scientists from the US and UK to manage funding logistics…
Scientists have created an ingenious computer model that simulates a honey bee colony over the course of several years. The BEEHAVE model, published today in the Journal of Applied Ecology, was created to investigate the losses of honeybee colonies that have been reported in recent years…