Cellular Senescence: A Common Thread Across Age-Related Diseases
Download this listicle to learn about four cellular senescence studies including the elimination of senescent cells delays tumorigenesis and extends lifespans in mice, senolytic treatment reduces plaque development and increases vasomotor function, implications in Alzheimer's disease and senolytics for kidney disease: a promising preliminary clinical report.
Celebrating Women in Science
March 8, 2021, marks International Women’s Day, a day to celebrate the achievements of women around the world. It is a day that Technology Networks acknowledges each year, in efforts to share the triumphs achieved and challenges faced by women working in science.
3D Cell Culture: Miniature Dimensions Drive Massive Advances
Cell culture has been advancing biological and biomedical research since the first cell line was established in the late 1940s. In this listicle, explore various 3D cell culture formats and key research areas that have harnessed 3D cultures.
9 Milestones From Dementia Research in 2020
This listicle addresses advances in dementia research over 2020, highlighting the strides science has made in diagnosis and treatment development.
Exploring Academic Publishing for Peer Review Week
September 21-25 was Peer Review Week, an annual celebration of peer review, for which the 2020 theme was trust. In this list, Technology Networks highlights several important aspects of the scientific publication process to mark the event.
5 Reasons To Be Optimistic About Alzheimer’s Research
News of research into the progressive dementia Alzheimer’s disease (AD) often makes for grim reading. But this doesn’t mean significant progress hasn’t been made. To mark World Alzheimer’s Day 2020, we have highlighted five areas of AD research which have seen notable advances.
Supporting the Next Generation of Scientists
We’ve compiled a list of guides and articles to help those at the beginning of their career, spanning a whole range of topics, from grad school and the publication process to mental health and gender inequality.
Scientists Share Their Worst Work-Related Injuries and… Ouch
Sharp objects, toxic chemicals and infectious bacteria – just a few of the hazards that scientists work with on a daily basis… what on earth could go wrong?
Single Molecule Localization Microscopy: Introduction and Applications
Download this list to discover more about the different types and applications of single molecule localization microscopy.
Unraveling the Macro Problem of Microplastics
In honor of Earth Day 2020, we have created this list which shares some techniques to identify microplastics in the environment.