Health - Jun 28
How can we increase the efficacy of vaccines used to protect against viral respiratory diseases such as influenza and COVID-19? Scientists from Inserm, CNRS and Aix-Marseille Université at the Center of Immunology Marseille-Luminy are opening up new prospects in the field, with the triggering of memory B cells directly in the lungs looking to be a promising avenue. At present, the vaccines are administered intramuscularly and do not trigger the appearance of these cell populations. This research, which enhances fundamental knowledge in the field of immunology, has been published in the journal Immunity .
Paleontology - Jun 27

Australopithecus africanus individuals lived at least one million years earlier than previous dating indicated.

Environment - Jun 21

Global climate change is particularly noticeable in the Arctic since it is warming twice as fast as temperate regions.

Health - Jun 22

Some endocrine disruptors have already been associated with an impaired quality of tooth enamel.

Health - Jun 17

Hearing loss is a public health problem affecting billions of people in all countries. However, prevalence data (i.e., schematically, their frequency in the population), as well as data describing the use of hearing aids, remain imprecise.

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