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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…

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…

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…

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 …

Attoseconds, quantum dots and mRNA secure Nobel science prizes

Added: 5 Oct 2023

Two researchers hailed by judges for their contributions to the “unprecedented” rate of vaccine dev…

Second malaria vaccine brings significant advance in scale

Added: 5 Oct 2023

The development of a second effective malaria vaccine has been hailed as a significant step forward…

Nikon video competition hails winner’s insights into neurodevelopment

Added: 1 Oct 2023

A 48-hour time-lapse video of developing neurons within a chick embryo's central nervous system is …

Top brands and rising stars lead Lab Awards 2023 shortlist

Added: 25 Sep 2023

Many of the best known brands and names in the laboratory sector, together with rising stars, are o…

Work begins on Manchester’s £42 million specialist lab at Citylabs cluster

Added: 23 Sep 2023

Construction has commenced on a pioneering £42 million specialist laboratory and office workspace p…

Plants and particles win Turlings and Shchutska top Swiss science awards

Added: 17 Sep 2023

Biologist Ted Turlings and physicist Lesya Shchutska are this year’s winners of the the two highest…

Funding for vaccine to tackle cause of UK pig herds’ major respiratory threat

Added: 10 Sep 2023

The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and the Biotechnology and Biological Science…

Relief from scientific community greets Horizon Europe deal

Added: 8 Sep 2023

UK readmission to Horizon Europe and the Copernicus programme has been greeted with widespread reli…

Nottingham uni spin-out secures UKRI £1 million for gene therapy tech

Added: 6 Sep 2023

University of Nottingham spin-outTherageniX and collaborator the University of Nottingham, have bee…

100 Technicians share Hauksbee Award honours

Added: 4 Sep 2023

One hundred technicians working in a range of sectors and campaigning to raise their profession’s p…

Can science tackle ACL threat to women players’ World Cup success?

Added: 20 Aug 2023

The knee injury England midfielder Keira Walsh narrowly avoided at the World Cup has been identifie…

BDD wins £2 million investment to expand early phase clinical trials

Added: 20 Aug 2023

Clinical trials company BDD has secured a further round of investment for £2 million to aid expansi…

Tax crackdown heralds new R&D relief headaches

Added: 13 Aug 2023

Science research and development tax relief applications will now face an extra hurdle thanks to ne…

IET football tournament’s out of this world

Added: 3 Aug 2023

Moon Rovers 2: Lunar United 3. While it sounds like Fantasy Football, it could be one day as feasib…

Fulbright Award for CMU academic’s ground-breaking organ storage research

Added: 23 Jul 2023

An academic from Cardiff Metropolitan University has received a prestigious Fulbright Award to enab…

Lab Innovations 2023 opens for visitor registration

Added: 10 Jul 2023

Lab Innovations has officially opened visitor registration for its upcoming event on November 1 and…