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IMBB researchers reveal that DNA damage in tissue-infiltrating macrophages triggers an exosome-based metabolic reprogramming leading to chronic inflammation.
Research carried out at the Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (IMBB) of FORTH, provides evidence that persistent DNA damage triggers an exosome-based, metabolic reprogramming that leads to chronic inflammation and tissue pathology in DNA repair-deficient progeroid syndromes and likely also during aging.
The Institute of Electronic Structure and Laser of FORTH (IESL-FORTH) is attempting to shed light on unknown aspects of the exquisite art of Michael Damaskenos by performing an in-situ analytical campaign at the Museum of St. Catherine in Heraklion, Crete.
"Generation of optical Schrödinger “cat” states in intense laser-matter interactions" was published in Nature Physics.
In a theoretical and experimental study published in Nature Physics, an international team of researchers led by Prof. Maciej Lewenstein (ICFO -Spain) and Dr. Paraskevas Tzallas (FORTH-Greece), demonstrates the generation of highly non-classical states of light in intense laser–atom interactions.
Experimental campaign of atmospheric measurements in the framework of the Cloud-AerosoL InteractionS program in the Helmos background TropOsphere (CALISHTO)
The Cloud-AerosoL InteractionS measurement campaign in the Helmos background TropOsphere (CALISHTO) is taking place in the next two months (October-November 2021) in the context of PANACEA infrastructure and the ERC program PyroTRACH.
"Hello World!" : The first test chip of the European RISC-V Processor came to life in Heraklion, Crete
The findings of the study, published today in the premier international scientific journal Cell Reports, reveal a novel molecular mechanism underlying the detrimental effects of BER imbalance in the pathogenesis of Parkinson’s disease.
The incorporation of centimetre-size monolayer graphene in polymer nanolaminate is paving the way for the development of effective electromagnetic interference (EMI) shields
Since its isolation in 2004 by Geim and Novoselov from the University of Manchester (Nobel Prize in Physics in 2010), graphene has been termed as a ‘wonder material’ due to its exceptional properties that have already been exploited in many applications and products.
Cardiotoxicity, as a side effect of breast cancer treatment, at the heart of a new European research project
The new European research project CARDIOCARE, will focus on the management of the elderly multimorbid patients with breast cancer therapy-induced cardiac toxicity.
Increased acidity in the atmosphere is disrupting the ecological balance of the oceans, according to new research led by the University of East Anglia (UEA).
The pioneering idea of using graphene for the protection of paintings, paving the way for the development of novel methods in art preservation and restoration, has been published on 1.7.21, in Nature Nanotechnology.
A team of researchers from the Institute of Chemical Engineering Sciences of Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas (FORTH/ ICE-HT), the Department of Chemical Engineering of the University of Patras, and the Center for Colloid and Surface Science (CSGI) of the University of Florence, led by Professor Costas Galiotis, had the innovative ideato use graphene veils for the protection of paintings against environmental degradation.
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