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    TUS scientists identify mefloquine as a promising drug against COVID-19

    In the fight against COVID-19, scientists have been scanning their arsenals of previously used drugs in hopes of finding any that can be used to...

    Researchers make advances in understanding the role of a novel drug in reducing anxiety-like behavior in mice

    Anxiety is considered a natural response to stress. However, a state of heightened anxiety, called anxiety disorder, prevents thousands of people from living their...

    Nrf2: The custodian regulating oxidative stress and immunity against Acrylamide toxicity

    Acrylamide, which is extensively used in industries, causes peripheral neuropathy or encephalopathy. Now, scientists from Japan examined the response against oxidative stress in acrylamide-induced...

    New screening method could lead to microbe-based replacements for chemical pesticide replacement

    Some nonpathogenic microorganisms can stimulate plant immune responses without damaging the plants, which allows them to act like plant vaccines, but screening microorganisms for such...

    Scientists find drug duo that may cure COVID-19

    While preventative care for COVID-19 has made much noise (with vaccines having rolled out in most countries), the soaring infection rates indicate the need...

    New optimization approach helps design lighter carbon fiber composite materials

    Carbon fibers, due to their superior strength and lightness, are popular in aerospace engineering applications. While much effort goes into improving the strength of...

    New research model indicates possibility of economic growth in a zero-emission society

    With increasing public awareness of crises associated with degraded environments and mounting pressure to act, governments worldwide have begun to examine environmentally sustainable policies....

    TUS scientists study agricultural pest that relies on bacteria to overcome plant defenses

    The oral secretions of herbivorous insects can activate plant defence mechanisms that protect plant cells from being digested. However, scientists at the Tokyo University...

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