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Innovative cell printing technologies hold promise for tissue engineering R&D

A novel method for printing human cells onto surfaces in defined patterns can help advance research on tissue engineering and regeneration, as described in an article in Tissue Engineering, Part C, Methods, a peer-reviewed journal from Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.



HPLC Columns promise greater consistency

Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc has announced the new Thermo Scientific Syncronis HPLC column range



The promise of sustainable agriculture

As agricultural land becomes increasingly valuable, the need to maximise its utilisation increases and decisions about what crops to plant and where, become paramount.



Moisture balances promise fast results

With smart features developed for simple operation and fast results, Adam Equipment's new PMB moisture balances are claimed to deliver outstanding performance.



Green tea shows promise as chemoprevention agent

Green tea extract has shown promise as cancer prevention agent for oral cancer in patients with a pre-malignant condition known as oral leukoplakia, according to researchers.



HIV vaccine shows promise

An investigational vaccine regimen has been shown to be well-tolerated and to have a modest effect in preventing HIV infection in a clinical trial involving more than 16,000 adult participants in Thailand.



miRNA in blood show promise as biomarkers

A blood test for small molecules abnormally expressed in pancreatic cancer may be a promising route to early detection of the disease, researchers report.



Nanotechnology: Harnessing carbon nanomaterials promise

Two nanoscale devices harness the potential of carbon nanomaterials to enhance technologies for drug or imaging agent delivery and energy storage systems.



Genetics: MicroRNAs hold promise for treating diseases

A newly discovered mechanism controls whether muscle cells in blood vessels hasten the development of both atherosclerosis and Alzheimer's disease, according to an article published online.



Genetics: Promise for treatment of vascular diseases

Researchers have discovered a key switch that makes stem cells turn into the type of muscle cells that reside in the wall of blood vessels.



Promise against multiple sclerosis

A drug currently FDA-approved for use in diabetes shows some protective effects in the brains of patients with relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis.



Expanding stem cell promise

Once placed into a patient's body, stem cells intended to treat or cure a disease could end up wreaking havoc simply because they are no longer under the control of the clinician.



Non-linear optical materials hold promise for better imaging

When photographers zoom in on an object to see it better, they lose the wide-angle perspective - they are forced to trade off 'big picture' context for detail.



Universal flu vaccine holds promise

An influenza vaccine that protects against death and serious complications from different strains of flu is a little closer to reality, vaccine researchers have found.



Delivering on the promise of the paperless lab

Susan Najjar demonstrates how the paperless lab can improve efficiency, compliance and quality by integrating data silos and automating laboratory operation



Cystic fibrosis promise

New research holds promise for developing innovative therapies against cystic fibrosis and may also serve as a model for future therapies against the HIV virus.



Promise in HIV switch

If the battle against HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, is a chess match, then new research gives new insight into one of the virus' most important moves.



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