Novel Tools for Cellular Biomechanics

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Dr. Wan tells us about his career and the work his lab is doing to advance understanding of cellular biomechanics using microfluidics.

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What Societal Challenges Can Flow Chemistry Help Overcome?

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Lab Tube meets Prof. Anita Maguire, Prof. Mimi Hii, Dr. Tim Noel and Prof. Volker Hessell at Flow Chemistry Europe 2017.

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Cancer Research 101

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“Breakthrough” cancer research continually makes the media. But, what do you actually know about the science that's striving to beat this deadly disease? Find out in our latest quiz!

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AGBT 2017: A Big Small Meeting

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Themes discussed at February’s AGBT 2017 – held across the peninsula in Hollywood Beach while its traditional home is being renovated – focused on the latest developments in NGS technology and the growing interest in single cell analyses.

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Catching Ebola in its Tracks

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Mehmet Yigit, Assistant Professor, University at Albany, SUNY, tells us about a rapid, low-cost technique, which can effectively detect Ebola virus.

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Adolescent Chicken Immune System Not Mature Enough for Vaccine

Adolescent Chicken Immune System Not Mature Enough for Vaccine

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Research reveals the immune system of farmed hens does not mature by the time they are culled for their meat, at six months of age.

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Elucidating Structures of Gold Fingers
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Travelling-wave ion mobility mass spectrometry enables researchers to examine the action of gold-containing drugs.

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Giving Brown Fat a Green Light
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Activated by cold, the small amounts of brown fat scattered around your body can burn calories to warm you up and help to lower insulin resistance.

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Listeria Can Hide Inside Romaine Lettuce Tissue
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Study suggests that conventional post-harvest sanitization practices might not be sufficient to kill the potentially lethal pathogen.

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