Organs-on-Chips: Applications, Challenges, and the Future

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Limitations of current planar, static cell culture systems or animal models highlight the urgent need for more physiologically relevant models of human organs, and have fuelled the development of organs-on-chips.

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Behind the Science, S2 Ep 2: Chromatography 101 with Joe Arsenault

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We’ve all had great teachers who’ve inspired us as we learn new things. Here at Waters, one of our favorite science teachers is Joe Arsenault. Watch Joe as he shows us how to do paper and liquid chromatography, its core scientific concepts, and how it translates to the analytical technologies that Waters provides to today’s laboratories. If you're like us, you'll gain a new appreciation for the magic of chromatography! More info: http://bit.ly/2nPDWMg

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Droplet Microfluidics

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Learn how microdroplets are generated, and some of the advantages they offer over conventional microfluidics

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Scientists Investigate Bacterial Sense of Smell

Scientists Investigate Bacterial Sense of Smell

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International academic collaborative effort has solved the structure of NarQ proteins which enable bacteria to communicate and 'smell' their environment.

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Role of Stem Cells in Chronic Lung Diseases Revealed
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A novel population of lung stem cells plays an important role in regulating the pulmonary microvasculature — the network of tiny blood vessels where oxygen and carbon dioxide exchange takes place.

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Academic Redesigns FDA-Approved MabThera to Treat ALS
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Researchers have redesigned a portion of the FDA-apporved MabThera for better-targeted treatment of ALS.

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Fathers' Brains Respond Differently to Daughters Than Sons
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Brain scans and recordings of the parents’ daily interactions with their kids suggest fathers with toddler daughters are more attentive and responsive to those daughters’ needs than fathers with toddler sons.

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