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A Warming World May Spell Bad News for Honey Bees

A Warming World May Spell Bad News for Honey Bees

Researchers have found that the spread of an exotic honey bee parasite –now found worldwide – is linked not only to its superior competitive ability, but also to climate, according to a new study published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B. More A Warming World May Spell Bad News for Honey Bees

Vaccine against bird flu tested in humans

Vaccine against bird flu tested in humans

Together with a team at the Erasmus Medical Center in Rotterdam, LMU researchers have developed a candidate vaccine directed against the avian flu virus H5N1 and have now carried out the first tests in humans. More Vaccine against bird flu tested in humans

Research Alumni Conference

Research Alumni Conference

The winners of the 2014 round of the „research alumni strategies“ contest will be invited to a conference together with some of their prospective research alumni. More Research Alumni Conference

Stress Hormone Linked to cognitive impairment

Stress Hormone Linked to cognitive impairment

Lower morning to evening cortisol ratio is associated with cognitive impairment in men and not women, according to new research by scientists from the Helmholtz Zentrum München (HMGU) published in ‘Psychoneuroendocrinology’. More Stress Hormone Linked to cognitive impairment

It pays to have an eye for emotions

It pays to have an eye for emotions

Attending to and caring about the emotions of employees and colleagues – that's for wimps, not for tough businesspeople and efficient performers, right? Wrong! An extensive international study has now shown: The "ability to recognize emotions" affects income. More It pays to have an eye for emotions