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Pushing the Envelope: Subcellular and High-Throughput Cell Imaging
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As microscopes have improved, so too has their resolution and their ability to image cellular substructure, even down to the single-molecule level. Researchers can now investigate the carefully orchestrated trafficking and interaction of organelles, cargo, and biomolecules that sustain cellular life.

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What's the Physiological Relevance? A Profile of Oded Rechavi
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A profile piece exploring the life and career of the molecular biologist Professor Oded Rechavi.

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Recent Advances and Applications of Single-Cell Sequencing
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Here, we review the most commonly adopted technologies and workflows available for single-cell sequencing and discuss current research studies adopting such approaches.

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The Tricky Task of Smelling and Tasting Drinking Water
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Taste and odor issues in drinking water are usually brought to the attention of water utilities by their customers, but it is often difficult for them to describe what’s wrong with their water. We look at some of the reasons why this is a problem and methods for solving it.

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Cutting Through the Headlines: Are Morning People at a Higher Risk of Alzheimer’s?
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A new study has investigated the links between Alzheimer’s disease (AD), major depressive disorder (MDD) and sleep. This study, armed with a huge cohort of over half a million people, has become the latest in a series of studies to find no causal link between sleep and dementia.

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Advances in Cell Line Development for Neurodegenerative Diseases
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Progression in cell line development has served as the foundation for countless discoveries and advancements in biology and biomedicine – in this article, discover how such developments are being applied in neurodegenerative disease research.

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The New Home of Sports Neuroscience: An Interview With Dr Jaime Tartar
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Jaime Tartar, Ph.D, is president of the Society for NeuroSports, an academic society dedicated to the interdisciplinary collaboration between the fields of exercise science and neuroscience. We spoke to Dr. Tartar about the need for sports neuroscience, and how this young field is rapidly advancing.

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The Sci-Fi Eye: How Artificial Retinas Could Help Restore Sight
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Artificial eyes are one of the most characteristic elements of robots in science fiction movies. But this technology may soon be moving out of the cinema and into the clinic, as part of efforts to restore blind people’s vision.

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Green Apple Vape Flavor Makes Nicotine More Rewarding
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A new study conducted in mice suggests that farnesene, a molecule responsible for the green apple flavoring used in some vape devices, is not only rewarding in itself, but may also increase the rewards felt when consuming nicotine.

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Top Tips for Selecting a Custom Manufacturing Partner
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With life science industries facing increased competition, global regulatory demands, and pressure to shorten time to market, outsourcing part – or all – manufacturing is becoming increasingly prevalent. But what should be considered in choosing such a custom or contract manufacturing partner?

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