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Åke Lindström is Professor of Animal Ecology at Lund University, Sweden.
The first changes in the brain of a person with Alzheimer’s disease can be observed as much as ten years in advance – ten years before the person in question has become so ill that he or she can be diagnosed with the disease.
What is it about copyright that doesn’t work in the digital society? Why do millions of people think it’s OK to break the law when it comes to file sharing in particular?
Researchers at Lund University can now study molecules which are normally only found in very small concentrations, directly in organs and tissue.
A common argument against global warming is that the climate has always varied.
When a new drug is developed, the manufacturer must be able to show that it reaches its intended goal in the body’s tissue, and only that goal.
How can legislation be used to avoid hazardous waste being dumped where it could poison people and the environment in developing countries?
A new method is set to help doctors diagnose osteoarthritis at such an early stage that it will be possible to delay the progression of the disease by many years, or maybe even stop it entirely.
Children are more reliable eyewitnesses than had previously been thought.
Almost one third of students at a university in Uganda say that they have been subject to sexual coercion, an experience which was often linked to risky sexual behavior.