Flu's Evolution Strategy Strikes Perfect Balance

Scientists have uncovered the flu's secret formula for effectively evolving within and between host species. The key lies with the flu's unique replication process.

For stem cells, practice makes perfect

Researchers have found that reprogramming is imperfect in the early stages of differentiation, with some genes turned on and off at random.

The perfect pea

Scientists, pea breeders and the food industry are collaborating to discover how taste and tenderness can be determined by biochemistry and genetics. They will work together to hone the make-up of a perfect pea.

Making the perfect batch of chips

Good news for chips lovers everywhere - new research shows that pre-soaking potatoes in water before frying can reduce levels of acrylamide.

How to find the perfect research partner for productive working

A large portion of clinical research projects are being carried out by contract research organisations (CROs) on behalf of the pharmaceutical industry, and the proportion is growing.

Pipette controllers offer perfect combination of speed and fine dosing

INTEGRA has launched a new video that demonstrates the perfect combination of speed and fine dosing that is routinely possible with its PIPETBOY range of pipette controllers.





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