Pupil size to diagnose neurological diseases

Researchers have developed a smartphone app that could allow people to screen for Alzheimer’s disease, ADHD and other neurological diseases and disorders by recording closeups of their eye.

Frozen testicular tissue still viable after two decades

Male testis tissue that is cryopreserved can be reimplanted after more than 20 years and will make viable sperm, according to a new study in rodents.

AI can predict Crohn’s disease recurring after surgery

Using an artificial intelligence (AI) tool that emulates how humans visualise and is trained to recognise and classify images, investigators constructed a model that predicts the postoperative recurrence of Crohn’s disease with high accuracy by evaluating histological images.

Memory B cells protecting against mutant viruses

So-called virus escape mutants are variants of a virus that are typically produced when the body’s immune system is weak.

Airborne sars-cov-2 in hospitals

The study is the largest of its kind and the results have now been published.

“Recovering from covid can take years”

The study followed 1192 participants in China infected with SARS-CoV-2 during the first phase of the pandemic.

Flu and cardiac complications

Instead the electrical malfunctions and heart scarring seen in some of the sickest flu patients are caused by direct influenza infection of cardiac cells, according to the Ohio State Univ

New “fast, accurate” COVID sensor developed

A new study describes the sensor, which requires no sample preparation and minimal operator expertise.

Ten-second videos predict blood cancer relapse

In the typical immune response, white blood cells are seen to interact with the inner walls of veins, rolling along them before adhering, then exiting through them to go to sites of infla

AI potential for breast cancer screening

Mammograms acquired through population-based breast cancer screening programmes produce a significant workload for radiologists.