Secret to Guinness's Creamy Cascade Explained
Researchers have explained the physics that underpins the cascading flow of nitrogenated stout beer, with applications to water purification and pharmaceutical production.
"Multi-Kingdom Dialogue" Found Between Mammal's Internal and External Microbiota
Scientists have identified an internal communication network between the microbiota of mammals that may regulate tissue repair and inflammation, providing new insights on how diseases such as obesity and inflammatory skin disorders develop.
Researchers Present Advances in Prostate Cancer Program
Markers discovered that may aid in the prediction of recurrence of prostate cancer.
Researchers' Broadening use of SiDMAP Technology Continues to Accelerate
SiDMAP has reported that the pace at which institutions and researchers are adopting its proprietary metabolomics technology continues to accelerate, with six new project applications getting underway in the past five months.
Neuronal Cell Cultures Kept on the Straight and Narrow
An improved technique for culturing cells may enable fundamental insights into the behavior of neuronal cells.
Medistem Advances Negotiations to License Stem Cell Laboratories and Clinics
Medistem plans to focus on the development of stem cell-based therapeutics.
Mass Spectrometry Methods Database Gets Major Update
NIST researchers recently added 150 methods-nicknamed "recipes"-to a database already containing 255 procedures for analyzing specific synthetic polymers using MALDI mass spectrometry.
Lentigen and the University of Pennsylvania Enter License Agreement for Lentiviral Vector Technology
The intellectual property has been granted to Lentigen to develop and commercialize products for research and for therapeutic purposes.
Injecting Stem Cells From a Woman's own Muscle may Effectively Treat Urinary Incontinence
Studies demonstrated that injecting stem cells into the urethral muscles increases leak point pressure.
High Throughput Genotyping for Complex Diseases with Tecan's Freedom EVO® Workstation
Researchers at Centro Nacional de Genotipado are using Tecan GENios™ plate reader to provide large scale genotyping of samples.
EAG Completes Acquisition of the Accelerator Technology Business of Thin Film Analysis
EAG will move the acquired assets of TFA into its Kifer Road facility in Sunnyvale.
WRI and SCBIT Collaborate in Translational Medicine Research
Both institutes expressed a joint vision towards global standardization of data warehousing to support translational medicine based clinical decision-making.