Agents of Change: Tracking Tumor Progression With MALDI Imaging of Glycans
Researchers at the Bruker-MUSC Clinical Glycomics Center of Excellence are developing and applying new technologies to map glycans in tissue and classify changes that occur during development of cancer.
Addressing Unique Challenges With Custom In Vitro Test Systems
In this webinar, Products Director and custom test system expert, Zell Woodworth, will discuss some of the unique challenges his team have solved and the ways custom solutions are designed and executed to help researchers and drug developers meet goals outside the reach of standard in vitro products.
Best Practices for 3D Cell Imaging With Dr. Ann Rossi Bilodeau
In this Teach Me in 10, Dr. Ann Rossi Bilodeau talks about the best practices for 3D cell imaging, whether tissue clearing reagent can be used to clear spheroids expressing fluorescent proteins and we learn more about the new 3D Clear Tissue Clearing reagent from Corning Life Sciences.
Antihistamines for Everything?
When you think of antihistamines, you're probably only thinking about getting rid of a runny nose, but we're learning that antihistamines can be used for nausea, insomnia and even depression.
There's Gold in Seawater! How Do We Get It?
The ocean has about 20 million tons of gold in it — that’s around 700 TRILLION DOLLARS worth of gold! In this episode of Reactions, we explore how, for over a century, people have struggled to collect it.
What is a Cannabis Testing Lab? With Jini Curry
What is a cannabis testing laboratory? What kind of testing services do labs provide? What equipment is found in a cannabis testing lab? Each of these questions (and more!) are addressed in this Analytical Cannabis special episode of Teach Me in 10.
How Menopause Affects the Brain
Neuroscientist Lisa Mosconi reveals how decreasing hormonal levels affect brain aging.
DNA Damage and Its Role in Cancer
Senior group leader Simon Boulton from the Francis Crick Institute talks to Adam Blain, a lawyer and writer living with brain cancer, about how DNA damage plays a role in cancer.
You Are Immune Against Every Disease
You are not a person, you are a planet, made of roughly 40 trillion cells. For your creepy-crawly inhabitants, this makes your body an ecosystem, rich in resources and warmth and space. Your immune system is the guardian of this planet, the force tasked with protecting yourself against the constant danger of invasion.
The Protein Folding Revolution
Big leaps in our understanding of protein folding can open doors to new protein-based medicines and materials--designed from the ground up.
Seaweed-Like Device Generates Electricity Underwater
Researchers have developed flexible power generators that mimic the way seaweed sways to efficiently convert surface and underwater waves into electricity.
Could We Spot Alzheimer’s Early With RNA?
Detecting diseases early can be a big help when it comes to treating them, and researchers may have gotten one step closer to diagnosing Alzheimer's with a simple blood test.