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Body image in the media: from diet culture to body positivity.
One algorithm replaces countless time-consuming experiments.
People who reduce the time they spend on Facebook smoke less, are more active and feel better all round.
Intestinal bacteria operate as a self-sufficient organ: they influence the immune system and the brain via their metabolites.
Apple and Android implement a number of measures to protect their users’ devices. An international team of IT security experts has investigated how useful they are.
A sports stress test and psychosocial stress produce similar stress hormone increases. And yet, the first one is perceived as positive, the second one as negative. Why is that?
A research team from Bochum has developed a new method to drive catalytically active enzymes.
Proteins can be controlled with light of different wavelengths. Even several at once, thanks to a new tool.
A research team from Bochum has determined the size of neutrons in a more direct way than ever before, thus correcting previous assumptions.
Why the back hurts less when we look at it.
They can thus start a subscription at the expense of others or publish secret company documents under someone else’s identity.
Oxygen is the greatest enemy of biocatalysts for energy conversion. A protective film shields them – but only with an additional ingredient: iodide salt.
Electrocatalysts can help to obtain chemicals from renewable raw materials or to use alternative energy sources. But testing new catalysts brings challenges.
Proteins can expel active pharmaceutical ingredients from the target cells. Now we can now watch them as they do it.
A review article summarises everything that researchers know about the lifetime of corona viruses on surfaces and the effect of disinfectants.
Eight universities from post-industrial cities in Europe are joining forces. The alliance aims to help shape inclusive European societies of the future.
Genes associated with Parkinson’s disease point to an interface between the nervous system and immune system. This may lead to the development of novel therapeutic strategies.
A new concept makes it possible to identify the most promising among an abundance of possible element combinations.
Bacteria don’t produce disease-causing substances until they have infected a warm body. To this end, they use a special thermometer. Researchers have now analysed the exact mechanism.
Tiny metal-containing building block might become the core of new drug molecules.