Vrije Universiteit Brussel
If the bacteria with which someone is infected are antibiotic-resistant, physicians need to know so as soon as possible. A simple new system could help, by detecting such resistance in just two hours as opposed to the usual 24.
Scientists have known for some time that lactic acid can fuel the growth of tumors, and a new study has drilled into the matter and turned up some useful insights that could lead to new and improved forms of immunotherapy to combat cancer.
ScienceResearchers at Belgium's Vrije Universiteit Brussel are working on a lower-leg prosthesis called the AMP-Foot (Ankle Mimicking Prosthetic Foot).