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Proficiency tests demonstrate improved consistency of serial diluter

The results from the tests show a clear improvement in the accuracy and consistency of total viable count determinations



Entry-level flow chemistry systems

The FlowLab system comprises two high pressure pumps, a HotCoil coil reactor station and FlowLab system control computer



High speed HD infrared camera for test range applications

FLIR Systems announces a new addition to its RS-Series of long-range infrared camera systems designed for range tracking, target signature, research, and scientific applications.



Composition measurement of fast gas-related processes

Hiden's latest gas analyser solutions are now available to the wider market



700.000 year old horse gets its genome sequenced

It is nothing short of a world record in DNA research that scientists at the Centre for GeoGenetics at the Natural History Museum of Denmark (University of Copenhagen) have hit. They have sequenced the so far oldest genome from a prehistoric creature.



World leading scientists join forces to fight devastating degenerative disease

More than 200 international scientists and clinicians who are fighting to find a cure for the devastating degenerative condition Motor Neurone Disease (MND) will gather in Sheffield for a world leading event.



Copper destroys norovirus

New research from the University of Southampton shows that copper and copper alloys will rapidly destroy norovirus - the highly-infectious sickness bug.



Roche to present important new data reflecting broad cancer pipeline at ASCO

Roche has announced that important new data from clinical trials of several investigational and approved cancer medicines will be presented at the 49th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), May 31 to June 4, 2013, in Chicago.



Genomics to reshape endometrial cancer treatment

The most in-depth look yet at endometrial cancer shows that adding genomics-based testing to the standard diagnostic workup could change the recommended course of treatment for some women.



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



Artificial organ research could be key to development of novel drugs

Organs, both artificial and natural, hold the key to predicting and understanding how novel drugs will react in the body. Sean Ottewell investigates.



Public to see impact of medical research funding

Europe’s largest store of open-access biomedical literature has joined forces with a leading online research outcomes system to connect research articles and grants with data on their impact.



New malaria test kit gives a boost to elimination efforts worldwide

A new, highly sensitive blood test that quickly detects even the lowest levels of malaria parasites in the body could make a dramatic difference in efforts to tackle the disease in the UK and across the world.



Another ‘trophy’ for the chemistry cabinet

The search for cleaner, low temperature nuclear fuels has produced a shock result for a team of experts at The University of Nottingham.



Next generation warheads in antibody drug conjugates

Spirogen and BioAtla present positive data on next-generation warheads in ADCs against cancer



Unilever signs strategic research agreement with University of Nottingham

Unilever has signed a framework agreement with The University of Nottingham which will see the company exploring new research opportunities with the University in a range of areas including consumer psychology, green processing, and energy and sustainability.



New research looks at novel ways to combat drug resistance

University of Southampton biological scientists are leading a major research project aimed at making drugs more effective.



Pioneering zebrafish research provides breakthrough in the development of new treatments for epilepsy

The prospect of developing new treatments for epilepsy sufferers has been given a boost by a pioneering discovery at a leading international centre of research into human disease in the University of Sheffield.



$2 million for research into oral disease

A collaborative research project that could significantly improve our understanding of the role of Candida albicans in gum and jaw disease has been awarded $2 million by the US National Institutes for Health (NIH).



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