Katalin Karikó continues her work as a professor on the College of Szeged

Katalin Karikó continues her work as a professor on the College of Szeged

The Nobel Prize-winning biochemist Katalin Karikó has been appointed professor by the College of Szeged (SZTE), the upper training establishment introduced. Katalin Karikó has been a analysis professor at SZTE since 2021. He labored on the College of Pennsylvania for 24 years and was the co-founder and CEO of RNARx from 2006 to 2013. He … Read more

Canadian Author Alice Munro Passes Away at 92: Nobel Prize Winner Referred to as ‘Canada Chekhov’ Succumbs to Dementia

Canadian Author Alice Munro Passes Away at 92: Nobel Prize Winner Referred to as ‘Canada Chekhov’ Succumbs to Dementia

AFPAlice Munro in 2009 NOS information•at the moment, 7:10 p.m Canadian author Alice Munro died on the age of 92. Munro wrote brief tales and received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2013. Munro was born within the Canadian province of Ontario and started writing brief tales when he was a young person. It took … Read more

How Monoclonal Antibody Supply to Neonates is Emptying Pediatric ICUs this Year: Insights from Virologist Margarita del Val at RAC

How Monoclonal Antibody Supply to Neonates is Emptying Pediatric ICUs this Year: Insights from Virologist Margarita del Val at RAC

The virologist Margarita del Val explained yesterday at the Royal Academy of Sciences (RAC) that the supply of a monoclonal antibody to neonates to prevent the bronchiolitis virus, has caused the pediatric ICUs to be “empty” this year. The researcher at the Severo Ochoa Center for Molecular Biology (CBM) gave this example of how the … Read more

Breakthrough CRISPR-Cas9 Gene Editing Technology Shows Promise in HIV Treatment, University of Amsterdam Study Finds

Breakthrough CRISPR-Cas9 Gene Editing Technology Shows Promise in HIV Treatment, University of Amsterdam Study Finds

This technology involves highly accurate gene editing. (CRISPR-Cas9) has been widely used and can treat some genetic diseases, such as thalassemia. hereditary blindness But a research team from the University of Amsterdam The report on this test project states that what they are doing right now is just “Proof of concept” is not a cure.People … Read more

Former Marie Curie Laboratory in Paris Saved from Demolition by Minister of Culture, Rima Abdul-Malak

Former Marie Curie Laboratory in Paris Saved from Demolition by Minister of Culture, Rima Abdul-Malak

A former Marie Curie laboratory in Paris was threatened with demolition to build a new scientific center. The project triggered the anger of heritage defenders. Faced with the controversy, the Minister of Culture, Rima Abdul-Malak, finally suspended the destruction of the building. The first excavator operations were to start on Monday January 8. They are … Read more

Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus Sentenced to Jail in Bangladesh: Allegedly Politically Motivated

Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus Sentenced to Jail in Bangladesh: Allegedly Politically Motivated

World News Nobel laureate jailed for six months in Bangladesh; Allegedly politically motivated Dhaka: The Bangladesh court sentenced Nobel laureate Muhammad Yunus to six months in prison for violating the country’s labor laws. Renowned economist Muhammad Yunus and three of his colleagues at Grameen Telecom, which he founded, failed to implement a welfare fund for … Read more

Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus found guilty of labor law violations in Bangladesh

Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus found guilty of labor law violations in Bangladesh

2006 Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus was found guilty on Monday of violating labor laws in Bangladesh. “Professor Yunus and three of his colleagues at Grameen Telecom were found guilty under labor laws and sentenced to six months in prison,” said prosecutor Khurshid Alam Khan. The four were, however, released on bail pending appeal. … Read more

Murakami flew to Europe. He talked about why we need prose alongside journalism

Murakami flew to Europe.  He talked about why we need prose alongside journalism

For Japanese writer Haruki Murakami, the conflict in the Gaza Strip proves that real and metaphorical walls continue to divide the world. Now, first of all, he wishes for peace. In the long term, however, he does not stop hoping that reading books can not only provide a person with an escape from an increasingly … Read more

Macron praised Kadare. You wrote freely in a country more Stalinist than Stalin, he said

Macron praised Kadare.  You wrote freely in a country more Stalinist than Stalin, he said

The leading contemporary Albanian novelist Ismail Kadare has again become a holder of the French Legion of Honor. The highest state award for civilian or military services to the nation was awarded to him by French President Emmanuel Macron during his visit to Tirana this Monday, AFP reported. Kadare already held the lower rank of … Read more