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Researchers develop portable sensor for fast, accurate assessment of blood's clotting ability

Researchers develop portable sensor for fast, accurate assessment of blood's clotting ability

Case Western Reserve University researchers have developed a portable sensor that can assess the clotting ability of a person's blood 95 times faster than current methods—using only a single drop of blood. [More]
New global network to explore link between genes and environmental factors to tackle health challenges

New global network to explore link between genes and environmental factors to tackle health challenges

A new global network linking leading research centres across the world has launched today to tackle some of the most pressing global health challenges of our time such as autism, cancer, diabetes and dementia. [More]
Zilico to pilot pioneering cervical cancer diagnostic system across India as part of TechEmerge's programme

Zilico to pilot pioneering cervical cancer diagnostic system across India as part of TechEmerge's programme

Zilico Ltd – a developer of a pioneering cervical cancer diagnostic system - has been selected by the IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, to be part of a unique program across India. [More]
Metabolomics research at the Phenome Centre Birmingham

Metabolomics research at the Phenome Centre Birmingham

The new Phenome Centre Birmingham is an eight-million-pound research facility that has been funded by the Medical Research Council, by the University of Birmingham, and by four industry partners, namely, Beckman Coulter, Bruker, ThermoFisher Scientific and Waters. It is a clinical phenotyping centre. [More]
Stuttering linked to changes in speech and language-based brain circuits

Stuttering linked to changes in speech and language-based brain circuits

Researchers at Children's Hospital Los Angeles have conducted the first study of its kind, using proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) to look at brain regions in both adults and children who stutter. [More]
New approach could revolutionize manufacturing of single-crystal printed electronics

New approach could revolutionize manufacturing of single-crystal printed electronics

Has the time come to replace traditionally used silicon with printable organic semiconductor inks? University of Surrey scientists believe so, especially for future electronics that need to be flexible, lightweight, wearable and low-cost. [More]
New microscopy technique grabs images faster than typical lab cameras

New microscopy technique grabs images faster than typical lab cameras

A new Rice University technique grabs images of chemical processes that happen faster than most laboratory cameras are able to capture them. [More]
Painless tDCS technique could improve life for people with major depression

Painless tDCS technique could improve life for people with major depression

Small amounts of electricity similar to the output of a common 9-volt battery could improve life for people living with major depression, the most common mood disorder. [More]
C-SOPS, Thermo Fisher Scientific to accelerate research on continuous manufacturing techniques for drug discovery

C-SOPS, Thermo Fisher Scientific to accelerate research on continuous manufacturing techniques for drug discovery

The Engineering Research Center for Structured Organic Particulate Systems, based at the Rutgers School of Engineering, and Thermo Fisher Scientific have collaborated to accelerate the university's ongoing research on continuous manufacturing techniques for pharmaceutical discovery.c [More]
Scanning people's brains with fMRI more effective at spotting lies than traditional polygraph test

Scanning people's brains with fMRI more effective at spotting lies than traditional polygraph test

When it comes to lying, our brains are much more likely to give us away than sweaty palms or spikes in heart rate, new evidence from researchers in the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania suggests. [More]
Pioneering diagnostic system for cervical cancer to be on display at MEDICA 2016

Pioneering diagnostic system for cervical cancer to be on display at MEDICA 2016

A pioneering diagnostic system that is having a significant impact on the changing clinical pathway for cervical cancer will be on display at MEDICA 2016 by multi-award winning company, Zilico Ltd. [More]
Scientists use new technique to improve accuracy of detecting protein microcrystals

Scientists use new technique to improve accuracy of detecting protein microcrystals

In a collaborative study, scientists from MIPT and JINR (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research) have increased the accuracy of detecting valuable protein crystals measuring just a few microns. [More]
How could emerging technologies impact cancer care?

How could emerging technologies impact cancer care?

The major innovations in cancer diagnosis, therapy/palliative care and surgical intervention are too numerous to list here. But enormous strides have taken place in stem cell therapy, monoclonal antibody therapy and genetic screening. [More]
Researchers develop MRI-based method that can track progression of genetically mutated gliomas

Researchers develop MRI-based method that can track progression of genetically mutated gliomas

UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers have developed an MRI-based method that can track the state and progression of a common type of genetically mutated brain cancer. [More]
Duke researchers devise computerized method for rapid, accurate diagnosis of malaria

Duke researchers devise computerized method for rapid, accurate diagnosis of malaria

Duke researchers have devised a computerized method to autonomously and quickly diagnose malaria with clinically relevant accuracy -- a crucial step to successfully treating the disease and halting its spread. [More]
Watching fat-derived stem cells transform offers clues to combating osteoporosis in older women

Watching fat-derived stem cells transform offers clues to combating osteoporosis in older women

For years, scientists have studied how stem cells might be used to treat many diseases, including osteoporosis. [More]
Two Staffordshire hospitals introduce pioneering technology to improve cervical cancer diagnosis

Two Staffordshire hospitals introduce pioneering technology to improve cervical cancer diagnosis

Two hospitals in Staffordshire have introduced a pioneering new technology designed to improve the speed and accuracy in diagnosing pre-cancerous conditions of the cervix. [More]
Renishaw launches unique healthcare facility at Miskin site in South Wales

Renishaw launches unique healthcare facility at Miskin site in South Wales

Global precision engineering company Renishaw plc has announced a new Healthcare Centre of Excellence at its Miskin site, located close to Cardiff, South Wales. [More]
Scientists develop new detection system to identify cocaine at low concentrations

Scientists develop new detection system to identify cocaine at low concentrations

Researchers from Valencia and the Basque Country have developed a new method to detect cocaine and mycoplasma at very low concentrations. [More]

Trevor Petach wins 2016 Melvin P. Klein Scientific Development Award

Trevor Petach is the winner of the 2016 Melvin P. Klein Scientific Development Award - an annual prize recognizing outstanding research accomplishments by new investigators based on work performed at the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource (SSRL) at the Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory. [More]
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