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Game Theory: Viral

Added: 27 Nov 2023

Turner and Robinson embrace their dark side in Viral to play the bad guys.

One indivisible truth?

Added: 27 Nov 2023

The European Medicines Agency’s vision of a single source of truth for clinical trial information f…

First phase of Oxford’s new 1 million sq. ft lab district begins

Added: 27 Nov 2023

Laing O’Rourke will begin the initial phase of Oxford North’s £700 million new innovation district,…

Lab Babble: Swan’s Goosey gander

Added: 20 Nov 2023

Success is never guaranteed, we need to reward doggedness and chance, Russ Swan reminds us.

BHF and UK DRI to create vascular dementia research centre

Added: 19 Nov 2023

The British Heart Foundation (BHF) and the UK Dementia Research Institute (UK DRI) will establish t…

Newly launched firm secures £4.3 million seed funding to target drug-resistant bacteria

Added: 19 Nov 2023

Glox Therapeutics, a company developing precision antibiotic therapies, has raised £4.3 million in …

Sound of the City

Added: 14 Nov 2023

Government hopes to drive UK growth through the life sciences depend upon commercial as well as pub…

Achieving an animal free IHC

Added: 13 Nov 2023

With alternative technologies available, we should be seeking antibody alternatives that avoid the …

Building scientific communities

Added: 6 Nov 2023

The pandemic delivered a temporary setback to the face-to-face conference but spurred interest in h…

AI ‘nearly twice as accurate’ as biopsies at grading some sarcomas

Added: 6 Nov 2023

Tests comparing artificial intelligence and standard biopsies revealed that AI had an 86% greater s… Drilling down – or boring?

Added: 30 Oct 2023

If you find a subject dull, time to shoot the messenger, says Matthew Partridge.

Walking the talk

Added: 30 Oct 2023

It’s easy to sign up to greener practice in principle but how do life sciences firms prove they del…

New map of UK 20th century land use throws light on biodiversity change

Brian Attwood | Added: 30 Oct 2023

The first map has been produced that can detail how nearly all of Britain’s lowland meadows and pas…

CGI signs three year Royal Institution Christmas Lectures deal

Added: 29 Oct 2023

The Royal Institution (Ri) has launched a three-year agreement with business consultancy CGI as the…

First UK total-body PET platform hailed as treatment/research groundbreaker

Added: 23 Oct 2023

Leading medical bodies have pioneered the launch of the UK’s first total body non-invasive PET imag…

Cancer killing cells

Preventing cells ‘hijack’ reverses drug resistance in prostate cancer

Added: 23 Oct 2023

Advanced prostate cancer tumours can be prevented from hijacking myeloid white blood cells to help …

Nikon photomicrography competition unveils more small world stunners

Added: 23 Oct 2023

An image of the common by-product of diabetes that causes widespread sight loss affecting up to one…


Turing helps connect swimming sperm with zebra stripes

Added: 16 Oct 2023

What is the connection between swimming sperm and the spots on a leopard or the stripes on a zebra?…

Genomics summit speaker calls for radical thinking to aid millions of rare disease patients

Added: 16 Oct 2023

Hope is not lost for the thousands of individuals dealing with rare or undiagnosed diseases, urged …

Lab Innovations 2023: sustainable solvent selection

Added: 9 Oct 2023

While much discussion around sustainability has focused on the energy efficiency of instruments and…