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Laser-triggered chemical adhesion for tissue engineering of replacement organs

Added: 19 Jan 2021

Laser-triggered chemical adhesion used to build proteins onto biological polymer scaffolding to bri…

Megalodon babies were born larger than a man

Added: 18 Jan 2021

While 'The Meg' exaggerated its movie magic megalodon, researchers have shown  a baby megatooth sha…

Dire wolves evolved in isolation from gray wolves

Added: 15 Jan 2021

Reality is more interesting than myth, and all Game of Throne fans who fell in love with Lady, Grey…

Foundational science of the future

Added: 13 Jan 2021

Traditionally pharma has been focused on developing small molecules and chemicals. Here, David Ferr…

Interferon-induced ACE2 production shown to be safe and even effective against COVID-19

Added: 11 Jan 2021

While ACE2 proteins are known to be the vehicle used by COVID-19 to enter the nose and lungs, the p…

Successful AI and ML framework for repurposing drug candidates

Added: 8 Jan 2021

Researchers apply causal inference theory and deep learning algorithms to sort through confounding …

Inhouse genetic analysis

Added: 7 Jan 2021

Here, Dr Philip Hargreaves (business development) and Gabriela Saldanha (product management) discus…

Nanoparticle drug-delivery system developed to treat brain disorders

Added: 6 Jan 2021

A team of bioengineers has proven a novel system of nanoparticles can successfully carry three time…

To improve reproducibility; look first to pipetting

Added: 4 Jan 2021

With years of experience and expertise with pipettes, Gustavo Chavarria outlines pipetting factors …

Streamlining critical workflows

Added: 4 Jan 2021

Research technician, Yvette Hoade, explains how electronic pipettes and pipetting robots help speed…

Vital biodiversity collections face drop in specimen deposits

Added: 1 Jan 2021

Kansas researchers argue that expanded biodiversity infrastructure will be an essential front line …

Kinship is beneficial - even for anti-social squirrels

Added: 23 Dec 2020

Never rattle at your neighbours, killing them could endanger your health... if you're a red squirre…

RNA molecules are masters of their own destiny

Added: 22 Dec 2020

How does the cell know when to stop transcribing? What is the purpose of noncoding RNAs? Another wi…

A tale of tusks... or a 'herd of treasure'?

Added: 21 Dec 2020

Not all shipwrecked treasure is gold and silver. One might think of a sunken herd, rather than a su…

Healthcare takes on psychedelics - an emerging market led by Europe

Added: 17 Dec 2020

More and more revolutionary mind-altering medicines and treatments based on active ingredients prev…

Global clinical research accreditation and certification mark

Added: 16 Dec 2020

New evidence-based clinical research certification mark to set a global blenchmark for quality and …

'Don't try this at home!' - a tale of caution from the BMJ's Christmas issue

Added: 16 Dec 2020

The BMJ take a cautious, christmassy look at the total toxicity of George's Marvellous Medicine and…

Beware the prehistoric beast of Bristol; Thecodontosaurus' brain modelled

Added: 15 Dec 2020

The beautifully preserved braincase of Bristol's dog-sized dinausaur, Thecodontosaurus, was used to…

A Christmas story for Resusci Annie

Added: 14 Dec 2020

After more than a hundred years, the girl who seems always to be unresponsive to either voice or pa…

Targeted microbubbles for controlled cancer treatment

Added: 10 Dec 2020

Targeted cancer treatment just got a navigation system. A research team from Leeds has successfully…