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Explore How To Publish Detailed Research Without Constraints

Learn about Open Access Publishing and the new publishing platform Octopus in our latest episode of Teach Me in 10.
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Organoids in Industry: Disease Modeling Platforms To Accelerate Drug Discovery

In this Teach me in 10 we're exploring disease modeling platforms that expedite drug discovery processes.
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Modeling Cell Motility

In this Teach Me in 10, Hilary Sherman, Senior Scientist at Corning Life Sciences, teaches us about the different steps of cell motility and gives important tips to optimize chemotaxis assays.
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Synthetic vs. Biological Hydrogels

In this Teach me in 10, we are joined by Dr. Anette Funfak, Field Application manager at Corning Life Sciences. She reviews different types of biological and synthetic hydrogels, as well as their characteristics, limitations and functional applications for building in vivo-like environments.
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More People Are Living to 100 Than Ever Before

The number of centenarians is growing across the globe.
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Gram Positive vs Gram Negative: What's the Difference?

Being able to differentiate bacterial species is important for a host of reasons. One such separation – if a bacterium is Gram positive or Gram negative - is based on the structure of bacterial cell wall
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Prokaryotes vs Eukaryotes: What Are the Key Differences?

Every living organism falls into one of two groups: eukaryotes or prokaryotes. Cellular structure determines which group an organism belongs to.
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Researchers Discover Vagus Nerve Plays Vital Role in Exercise Regulation

Researchers at the University of Auckland, led by Physiology Associate Professor Rohit Ramchandra, discovered a novel role for the vagus nerve in exercise regulation.
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The Science of Cold Plunging: How It Changes the Body

In this video, Jonathan from the Institute of Human Anatomy discusses the main benefits of cold plunging.
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Pan-cancer Assay-ready Organoid Drug Screening With Robust, Reproducible, and Clinically-relevant Output

In this episode we discuss a new drug screening platform, and assay-ready organoid platform, that allows for high throughput drug screening assays and large panel screens with short timelines.
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