Aging Speeded Up by Pollutant Exposure
Every day, our bodies face a bombardment of UV rays, ozone, cigarette smoke, industrial chemicals and other hazards. This exposure can lead to free-radical production in our bodies, which damages our DNA and tissues. A new study suggests that unrepaired DNA damage can increase the speed of aging.
"Doomsday Glacier" Could Be More Stable Than Previously Feared
The world’s largest ice sheets may be in less danger of sudden collapse than previously predicted, according to new findings. Researchers modeled the collapse of various heights of ice cliffs and found that instability doesn’t always lead to rapid disintegration.
Exiqon Wins Ernst & Young Entrepeneur of the Year Award
Exiqon selected as winner in the BIOTECH 2005 category.
Nimbus Organized Annual ADME Meeting
During this meeting scientists presented and discussed current strategies for ADME issues.
Nimbus Announces Change to Business Board
Professor Axel Kleemann has been appointed as a new member and chairman of the Supervisory Board.
Rosetta Licenses the Rosetta Resolver System to the FGCZ
The Functional Genomics Center of Zurich will use the Resolver system to analyze and store cross-platform microarray data.
Results Show Potential for Gene Therapy Treatment of Huntington's Disease
Findings show that the gene XIAP may prevent the progression of Huntington's disease.
Elsevier Offers Access to Material Safety Data
OHS Platinum Service gives researchers instant summary views of MSDS’s.
OGT and Applied InSilico Announce Development Agreement
AI will use its ELE™ software platform to analyse data generated from OGT's microarray technology.
Febit Acquires License From OGT
The acquired license refers to patents covering the manufacture and use of DNA microarrays.
Sareum Announces Collaboration with Schering
Sareum will provide protein structure determination capabilities to accelerate drug discovery research at Schering.
InNexus Appoints Head of Research
Dr. Heinz Kohler has been appointed as Vice-President of Research.