From the scientific articles to science communication to the public

One of the goals of NOVA Medical School is to give science back to the public. Therefore, we frequently share, in close collaboration with our researchers, digested versions of scientific articles, presented here in the first person. It is our Article @ (a) Glance.

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Novel culprit molecule identified in cardiovascular diseases
How do neurons adapt their structure with increased activity?
New clinical nutrition guidelines for patients with multiple pathologies
The journey of the melanin pigment from one skin cell to another
Small RNA molecules involved in the progression of heart failure
The brain expresses genes in advance like a person prepares meals in advance - A culinary analogy to explain neuroscience
What have we learned in a new fruit fly about the folate cycle, neuronal mechanisms and brain development?
What novel cellular mechanism can shine a light on the causes of atherosclerosis?
Can We Protects Neurons From Ageing?
Might a Portuguese endemic plant help the fight against Parkinson's Disease?
How can teleconsultation bridge the gap between primary and secondary healthcare?
Pinch of Science: Catarina Viegas Dias

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Can sugars be the missing link between diabetes and Parkinson's disease?
Fats or Sugars: What are the Worst Enemies of Metabolic Disorders?
What are the standards for Nanomedicine?
A new 3D cell model for the study of skin diseases
Can molecular on your diet have an effect on neurodegenerative diseases? [VIDEO]
How is amyloid precursor protein deregulated in aging?
Why do immune cells attack the joints, leading to rheumatoid arthritis?
New biomarker for the effectiveness of chemotherapy in the treatment of breast cancer
The Dual Role of Dopamine
How Can Metabolites From Gut Microbiota Affect Neurodegenerative Diseases?
What is the Present (and Future) of Nanomedicine in Cancer?
Joint Effort Leads to New IBD Drug Discovery Assay
New candidates in Lysosome Exocytosis for Cancer Treatment