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Hyphenated Systems Announces Order from Harvard University for 3D MAP

Harvard’s Whitesides Research Group to use the microscope to study the interactions between structure and flow of microfluidic devices.
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Michigan High Throughput Screening Center and NSF International Announce Partnership

The collaboration leverages the expertise and technology at each institution to provide the customers an expanded array of screening services.
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Silence Therapeutics and Quark Pharmaceuticals Expand Strategic Licensing Agreement

Quark gains non-exclusive licenses to develop additional molecules against 3 specific targets using Silence Therapeutics' AtuRNAi technology.
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Stem Cell Therapy Rescues Motor Neurons in ALS Model

University of Wisconsin-Madison scientists show that it is possible to rescue the dying neurons characteristics of ALS by using cell-based therapies.
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StemLifeLine Introduces First Service Allowing IVF Patients to Develop Personal Stem Cell Lines

StemLifeLine granted license to engage in the operation of a tissue bank in accordance with the Health and Safety Code from the State of California.
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Mouse Genome will Help Identify Causes of Environmental Disease

Research on the DNA of 15 mouse strains is expected to help scientists determine the genes related to susceptibility to environmental disease.
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First new Multiple Sclerosis Gene Found in 30 Years

A newly identified gene may hold the promise of guiding future research into therapies for multiple sclerosis.
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Protein Discovery Signs Eight International Distributors for PPS Silent™ Surfactant

The PPS Silent Surfactant reagent for mass spectrometry membrane protein sample preparation will be represented and sold by eight international distributors.
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Scientists Call for Action on European Stem Cell Legislation

Stem cell scientists are calling for action to remove political and legislative barriers that hinder collective research across Europe.
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Call for EU to Launch Major Project to map out all our Proteins

A recent workshop supported by the European Science Foundation concluded that it is now feasible to map at least nearly the whole proteome of an organism.
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