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Bespoke reactor system

Asynt supplies system for chemical engineering research



Diagnostic assay for confirming nasogastric tube placement

Ingenza and Imperial researchers work together to improve nasogastric feeding tube placement



Dying from a food allergy is less likely than being murdered

A person with a food allergy is more likely to be murdered than to die from a severe reaction, according to a new study.



Dreading pain can be worse than pain itself

Faced with inevitable pain, most people would choose to get it out of the way as soon as possible, according to a new study.



New hope for improved TB treatments

Researchers at the University of Southampton have identified new markers of tuberculosis (TB) that may help in the development of new diagnostic tests and treatments.



Developing better performing catalysts

The SDG Group has selected the Asynt DrySyn MULTI and parallel synthesis kits to provide them with a safer, more convenient and productive way of synthesising novel organometallic compounds



The need for better preclinical disease models

Collaboration will develop and further validate CN Bio’s in vitro model of Hepatitis B liver infection



Avahan Aids initiative may have prevented 600,000 HIV infections in India over 10 years

A programme funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation may have saved around 600,000 people in India from becoming infected with HIV over the course of a decade, according to a new report.



Propofol discovery may help lead to development of new anaesthetics

New research on the most commonly used anaesthetic drug could help to unravel a long-standing mystery about how it induces a pain-free, sleep-like state.



Walking to work cuts risk of diabetes and high blood pressure

People who walk to work are around 40 per cent less likely to have diabetes as those who drive, according to a new study.



"Intelligent knife" tells surgeon which tissue is cancerous

Scientists have developed an "intelligent knife" that can tell surgeons immediately whether the tissue they are cutting is cancerous or not.



Rare pregnancy condition programmes babies to become overweight in later life

Babies born to mothers who suffer from a rare metabolic complication during pregnancy are programmed to be overweight, according to a study published today in the Journal of Clinical Investigation.



Body fat hardens arteries after middle age

Having too much body fat makes arteries become stiff after middle age, a new study has revealed.



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