David Grubinger wanted to explore the beautiful lakes in his home region. At first, just for himself, but later he did it with a purpose for others. Find out more.
After an elaborate selection process, all contracts have been signed and we are proud to be supporting so many new projects and clinical trials.
Due to Martin Schwabs discovery, science now understands why injured nerves within the spinal cord don’t re-grow. We sat down for a chat with the 69-year-old researcher
Here are 20 simple ideas on how to collect donations to support spinal cord research.
It sounds unbelievable but Brazilian Gisele Nogueira was asleep when she had a terrible accident. Read more about the 35 years old in our interview.
The path to finding a cure for spinal cord injuries is not straight, but winding and abounding with deviations. But what are the biggest hurdles on this path, and how can science overcome them?
A mild artificial inflammation opens a new window of opportunity for successful rehabilitation of a chronic spinal cord injury.
Joshua E. Burda, PhD. is a Neuroscientist at the University of California, Los Angeles. His target is to investigate the contribution of astrocytes. Here is our short interview.
After a spinal cord injury, numerous reactions are triggered in the body. The biologist Vieri Failli gives us an insight of how one leads to the other.
Researchers in the US found that astrocytes can help repair a spinal cord injury. Now there is new knowledge about a regulating factor.
A spinal cord injury destroys the connections between the brain and the spinal cord. Swiss scientists might have found a way to restore a bypass of the injury and restore some functions.
This year´s Wings for Life World Run was full of overwhelming and awesome moments. Here are just a few of our favorites.