We've updated our Privacy Policy to make it clearer how we use your personal data.

We use cookies to provide you with a better experience, read our Cookie Policy

Advertisement

FEATURED ARTICLES

 

Latest Articles

Advances in Cell Line Development for Neurodegenerative Diseases
Article

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.

READ MORE

Treating COVID-19 – 21 Existing Drugs Shown To Stop Replication of SARS-CoV-2
Article

We recently spoke with Sumit Chanda, Ph.D., director and professor of the Immunity and Pathogenesis Program at Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute, to learn more about the 21 drug compounds that were recently identified as having activity against SARS-CoV-2.

READ MORE

The New Home of Sports Neuroscience: An Interview With Dr Jaime Tartar
Article

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.

READ MORE

Connectivity, Data and Their Role in Lateral Flow Diagnostics
Article

This article takes a look at how people's expectations of connectivity in their everyday lives should inform how we approach medical diagnostic devices, and how connected, data-gathering tests could transform diagnostics, using the current pandemic as an example.

READ MORE

Does AI Have a Home in the Lab?
Article

In this article, Gerald Law, chief executive at Innovation DB, explains why human intelligence can never be entirely replaced by artificial intelligence in the laboratory environment.

READ MORE

The Sci-Fi Eye: How Artificial Retinas Could Help Restore Sight
Article

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.

READ MORE

Vital Lessons for the Diagnostics Industry From COVID-19
Article

While coronavirus has brought together the industry around a common goal, it has also shone a light on the challenges in developing and bringing diagnostic tests to market in exceptional circumstances. It is important that we learn from these challenges so that our industry is better prepared.

READ MORE

Teach Me in 10
Article

At Technology Networks we understand the importance of time. That's why we've launched Teach Me in 10 a video series that challenges scientists to present and summarize their research area, a scientific concept, or technology in ten minutes or less.

READ MORE

Green Apple Vape Flavor Makes Nicotine More Rewarding
Article

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.

READ MORE

Can We Fool SARS-CoV-2 With a Decoy Receptor for Cell Entry?
Article

There is a current lack of effective therapeutics with which to fight SARS-CoV-2. Could creating a "trick" version of the ACE2 receptor, the virus' entry point into cells, be the answer? We speak with Erik Procko to learn more about his research in this space.

READ MORE

 
Advertisement