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Breakthrough lecture on fight against HIV

Liverpool transmits HIV breakthrough with life science specialists

New study on dopamine neurons could aid research into neurological disorders

Research team finds when and why dopamine releasing cells in the forebrain are activated

New miniature liquid valve

Space saving solution combined with efficiency improvements in fluidic designs

Specificity-verified monoclonal antibodies

Monoclonal antibodies launched under the UltraMAB brand

New 50 microlitre electronic pipettes

Integra expands its range of electronic pipettes with new model

Scientists gain first glimpse of one of nature’s measuring ‘rulers’

New findings offer potential to outsmart bacterial infections

Accelerating ADC development

Sharon Goodkowsky presents a case study on how a biotech firm fast-forwarded work on its antibody drug conjugates (ADCs).

“Hairclip” protein mechanism explained

New study describes, for the first time, a fundamental mechanism regulating a protein’s shape

Simplifying complex genetics workflows

Easy PCR set-up with Tecan’s TouchTools PCR Wizard

Kidney organ regeneration research leaps forward

Researchers generate kidney-like structure from a single cell

New style of safety workstation announced

Bigneat has launched Optiflow, a new safety workstation that ensure consistent airflow

New kit to generate consistent embryoid bodies

Consistent embryoid body formation and differentiation from stem cells

Gut microbiota influences blood-brain barrier permeability

New study shows that gut-residing microbes can influence blood-brain barrier integrity

Study explains the link between cilia and diabetes

Latest research finds that cilia play a key role in insulin release

Antioxidant assay for the real world

Researchers have used Tecan's multimode microplate reaader to develop CAT assay

New knowledge about the human brain’s plasticity

Latest research shows brain's plasticity does not function in the way scientists previously believed

2014 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine awarded

One half goes to John O´Keefe and the other half jointly to May-Britt Moser and Edvard I. Moser

Funding boost for research park

Norwich Research Park receives £12.5M investment for next generation of scientists to lead the advances in bioscience

Understanding the mechanisms underlying cancer

The fight against cancer could be aided by new technical advances in filtration and separation technology

Western blotting transformed by GE Healthcare Life Sciences

New Amersham WB system for reproducible and quantitative protein analysis

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