The Benefits of Use-and-Throw Instruments

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Anthony Turner, Professor, Linkoping University, tells us about the benefits and applications of use-and-throw instruments.

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Innovative Nanotechnology for Cancer Diagnostics

Life In Science

Dr. Hu tells us a little about his career and the work his lab is doing to develop nanoparticle-based techniques for cancer detection.

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A Non-traditional Approach to Diagnosis

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Dr. Gregory Payne tells us about the role that oxidative stress measurements could play in disease diagnosis, and how new tools could help analyze chemical information such as this.

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Investigating the Adaptability of Cells in Space

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We spoke to Prof. Oliver Ullirch to learn about the TRIPLE LUX A experiment, and some of the challenges of designing experiments to take place in space.

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Death Mechanism Self-eradicates Duplicating Cancer Cells
Death Mechanism Self-eradicates Duplicating Cancer Cells
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Modifying specific proteins during cancer cell division unleashes a natural killing mechanism.

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Cells Grow More Naturally in “Spaghetti”
Cells Grow More Naturally in “Spaghetti”
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Electrospinning has been used to produce 3D structures that enable cells to be cultured in a more natural way.

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Dolomite Bio Celebrates a Successful First Year
Dolomite Bio Celebrates a Successful First Year
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The company has seen significant growth during its first year, with clients in 32 countries and sales exceeding targets by 63%.

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Plasticell, Singapore Academic Iinstitutions Collaborate
Plasticell, Singapore Academic Iinstitutions Collaborate
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Plasticell signs stem cell research collaborations with leading Singapore academic institutions A*STAR and NTU.

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Tracking Cancer Genetics at the Single Cell Level
Tracking Cancer Genetics at the Single Cell Level
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Single Cell Consensus Clustering (SC3) tool more accurate and robust than previous methods for sorting cells into groups.

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New Tools to Study the Origin of Embryonic Stem Cells
New Tools to Study the Origin of Embryonic Stem Cells
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Specific markers of human pluripotent stem cell states have been identified by cell surface protein profiling.

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