The History of Stem Cells

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Stem cell research has come along way since their discovery. But, how much do you know about their history?

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CRISPR – The New Space Race?

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Another “first” for Chinese researchers highlights how the race to develop CRISPR based therapeutics is heating up.

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What are podosomes?

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We spoke to Alessandra Cambi, Professor, Radboud University Medical Center at Bioimaging: From Cells to Molecules 2016.

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Clinical Trial Outcomes Influenced By Financial Ties Between Researchers And Companies

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Research published in BMJ looked at a cross section of clinical trials from 2013 and describes a positive correlation between positive study outcomes and financial links between authors and drug companies.

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Chemists Tie Tightest Knot Ever!

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Scientists at The University of Manchester have produced the most tightly knotted physical structure ever known – a scientific achievement which has the potential to create a new generation of advanced materials.

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Immunotherapies Transfer-in To The Brain

Immunotherapies Transfer-in To The Brain

Researchers from Uppsala University have exploited the Transferrin receptor to overcome the blood brain barrier. 100-fold increase in antibody penetrance opens up new avenues for immunotherapeutic treatment of brain diseases.

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New Nanomaterial and Imaging Method Discovered

A team of chemists have created an new type of nanomaterial and watched it form in real time, using a transmission electron microscope.

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New Standard Test Method to Assess Water Safety

Researchers investigating nutrient runoff, water quality and wastewater treatment operators can now benefit from a new American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standard.

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Precision Medicine for Pediatric Brain Tumors a Reality

A clinical study has demonstrated the positive role that precision medicine can have on the care of pediatric brain cancer patients.

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