Research Features – Issue 140 : political rhetoric, plant-based proteins and pesky pests

The most recent issue of Research Features contains a diverse array of research from around the globe, featuring articles across the medical sciences and beyond. We discuss vaccine hesitancy with Dr Renuka Ananth Kalyan Kadali, and what can be done to ease people’s minds about potential side effects.

Next, we look at the work that is being done to improve mobility for people who have had cervical spinal cord injuries, as well as a study into how simplifying procedures in a triage unit could save both time and lives.


Combatting COVID-19 vaccination hesitancy: An interview with Dr Renuka Ananth Kalyan Kadali

Research Features interviews Dr Kadali about his work and his hopes for future uptake of the COVID-19 vaccine

A simple solution where lives are at stake

Introducing a ‘reception’ card in a triage unit to streamline patient inflow

Can we improve arm mobility after cervical spinal cord injury?

Using drugs and electricity to boost mobility after traumatic injuries

Researchers at UCLA have conducted a study on rats to test the efficacy of non-invasive electrical stimulation and pharmaceutical interventions using seratonin drugs to rebuild motor function in the upper body after a cervical spinal injury
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Genome analysis of cabbage root fly for targeted pest management

Analysing the full genome of the cabbage root fly to develop genetically based insecticides

Assessing the link between violent political rhetoric and mass shootings

Analysis of violent political rhetoric indicates that politicians should be more careful with what they say

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