Researchers have found that the Italian immigrants live longer than the residents of Switzerland but their offsprings have more chances of mortality than the Swiss people.
This research has been published online in the journal BMC Public Health. Continue reading Italian immigrants live longer than Swiss people but opposite is true in second generation
Researchers have found that kidney transplant could result in increased chances of cancer.
This study has been conducted by Italian researchers and published online in the European Journal of Cancer.
Researchers in this study worked on 7,217 kidney transplant recipients, in whom the transplantation was done in the years between 1997 and 2007, and followed up until 2009.
Researchers found that 395 patients were diagnosed with de novo cancers including Kaposi’s sarcoma (KS), post-transplant lymphoproliferative disorders (PTLD), particularly non-Hodgkin’ lymphoma (NHL), lung, kidney and prostate as the most common types.
If we consider the geographical distribution, researchers have reported that the kidney transplant recipients from Southern Italy have decreased chances of kidney cancer and solid tumors while they are at increased risk of Kaposi’s sarcoma as compared to the recipients born in Northern Italy. Continue reading Kidney transplant could increase the chances of cancer; Research
Researchers have found that pleural mesothelioma resulted in 1.7 deaths per 100,000 inhabitants in Italy. Continue reading 89 cases of pleural mesothelioma per year were found in Italy from 2003-2009; Research
Researchers from the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT) have checked their headless quadruped robot HyQ for the first time outside the lab. The researchers want to check the HyQ’s new abilities such as to pass through the obstacles without being drowned as they have added some new features to the robot such as arms. Continue reading Italian Institute of Technology has checked its HyQ robot outside the lab
A team of scientists from Italy have rejected the “faster than light” particle finding.
ICARUS – another experiment at Gran Sasso, which is present under the mountains and operated by Italy’s National Institute of National Physics – have put an argument that neutrinos energy on arrival have contradicted the readings.
In the study published on the same website as the OPERA results on Saturday ICARUS team have refuted the results of faster than light particles. Continue reading Faster than light particles are rejected by a team of scientists [update]