Eppendorf & Science Prize for Neurobiology 2012

Eppendorf and the world-renowned journal Science are now accepting applications for the 2012 Eppendorf & Science Prize for Neurobiology.

Singapore scientists lead in 3D mapping of human genome to help understand human diseases

Genome Institute of Singapore has led a continuing study on the human genome spatial/structural configuration, revealing how genes interact/communicate and influence each other, even when they are located far away from each other.

Cambridge team first to grow smooth muscle cells from patient skin cells

A Cambridge University research team has for the first time discovered a method of generating different types of vascular smooth muscle cells (SMCs) - the cells which make up the walls of blood vessels - using cells from patients' skin....

Scientists map one of life’s molecular mysteries

All living organisms are made up of cells, behind these intricate life forms lie complex cellular processes that allow our bodies to function. Researchers working on protein secretion - a fundamental process in biology - have revealed how...

Multi million pound investment in training tomorrow’s bioscience research leaders

The University of Nottingham is to share in a £67m investment in postgraduate training for future bioscientists to learn the skills required to meet economic and social challenges for the future.

Biologists a step nearer to solving the Parkinson's conundrum

Scientists at the University of York have made a significant step forward in isolating the cause of Parkinson’s disease in younger adults.

Artificial tissue - New impetus for the development of implants

The generation of artificial tissue for implants has long been the focus of medical research. One of the biggest challenges has been to create multi-layer tissue structures designed to enable the diffusion of nutrients for surrounding cells...

University scientists launch new Musculoskeletal Ageing Centre

Scientists from the Universities of Sheffield, Liverpool and Newcastle have been awarded £2.5 million to establish a new Medical Research Council (MRC) and Arthritis UK Centre for Integrated Research into Musculoskeletal Ageing.

New tool puts plant hormone under surveillance

Charles Darwin was the first to speculate that plants contain hormones. His pioneering research led to the identification of the very first and key plant growth hormone - auxin - in 1937. Seventy five years on an international team of...

Pharmacy academic awarded medal for research into new materials

Scientist whose research into novel materials could provide new ways of administering vital drugs is to be presented with an award

Scientists find genetic key to why some cancer patients don't respond to treatment

Researchers from Newcastle University have identified a gene variation carried by 20 per cent of the population which can significantly affect how patients with a rare type of blood cancer will respond to treatment.

New degree will deliver scientists to tackle links between diet and disease

Nutri-genomics is an emerging area of scientific research which looks at the relationship between what we eat, disease and our own individual genetic make-up

Freeze drying of human red blood cells

SP Scientific has announced a new LyoLearn webinar entitled 'Freeze Drying of Human Blood Cells'

Urinary tract infections can be prevented when hospitals emphasise proper catheter use

Researchers demonstrate successful improvement effort could limit complications related to urinary catheterisation

Strengthening micro product support for medical technology innovators

Ten year commitment to micro product availability and technical support reflects lengthier design cycles and product life cycles for medical...

Direct clearance method for LDL cholesterol

Elevated levels of LDL cholesterol constitute a major risk factor for coronary heart disease. Treatment decisions are often based on LDL levels as such accurate determination is paramount. Randox has developed a highly specific and accurate...

Identifying suicide risk among pregnant women

The study analysed five years of suicide data from the US's National Violent Death Reporting system

Novel insights into the evolution of protein networks

System-wide networks of proteins are indispensable for organisms. Function and evolution of these networks are among the most fascinating...

97 per cent of UK doctors have given placebos to patients

A survey of UK doctors found that 97 per cent have prescribed placebo treatments to patients at least once in their career.

Adocia announces its phase III development program for the treatment of diabetic foot ulcer

Adocia has announced the phase III development program of its product, BioChaperone(R) PDGF-BB for the treatment of diabetic foot ulcer.




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