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Research at Bangor University has identified a switch in cells that may help to kill tumors with heat.
Powerful and versatile new genetic tools that will assist in safeguarding both European fish stocks and European consumers is reported in Nature Communications (DOI 10.1038/ncomms1845 22/05/12).
Psychologists at Bangor University believe that they have glimpsed for the first time, a process that takes place deep within our unconscious brain, where primal reactions interact with higher mental processes.
Researchers have found that illegal hunting of protected species in Madagascar could cause an urgent threat to the country's globally important biodiversity.
Climate change effect on release of CO2 from peat far greater than assumed Drought causes peat to release far more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere than has previously been realized.
A team of scientists from the University of Sheffield and Bangor University have used a computer climate model to study how freshwater entering the oceans at the end of the penultimate Ice Age 140,000 years ago affected the parts of the ocean currents that control climate.
Peer into any stream in a South American rainforest and you may well see a small shoal of similar-looking miniature catfish.
A Welsh university student has recently discovered that the potency and composition of a snakeâ€™s venom are largely determined by its location and diet.
By John Hughes Bangor University DESi Gntechnology, product design and manufactureat the College of Education and Lifelong Learning at Bangor University continues to develop its links with Engineering Education Scheme Wales.
One of the world's leading centres for climate-change science will be created in Ceredigion, it was announced yesterday. Funding cuts put the former plant breeding station at Gogerddan, Aberystwyth, under threat of closure 18 months ago.
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