Prospects of using computer-simulated 3D environments in medical research, development and training, and how to promote a healthier ageing for men and women of advanced years, are two of several topics that the Swedish medical university, Karolinska Institutet, will be presenting at this year's Euroscience Open Forum (ESOF) in Dublin, Ireland.
ESOF is Europe's largest cross-disciplinary international forum for scientists, discussing research news in many fields, including neuroscience and bioentrepreneurship. Carl Johan Sundberg, university...
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