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Meta-genomics analysis tool Taxonomer can rapidly and accurately detect pathogens

Meta-genomics analysis tool Taxonomer can rapidly and accurately detect pathogens

Scientists at the University of Utah, ARUP Laboratories, and IDbyDNA, Inc., have developed ultra-fast, meta-genomics analysis software called Taxonomer that dramatically improves the accuracy and speed of pathogen detection. [More]
Rockefeller scientists develop new technique that captures detailed snapshot of brain activity

Rockefeller scientists develop new technique that captures detailed snapshot of brain activity

When it comes to measuring brain activity, scientists have tools that can take a precise look at a small slice of the brain (less than one cubic millimeter), or a blurred look at a larger area. [More]
Novel method for designing geometric structures created from DNA

Novel method for designing geometric structures created from DNA

Among the valuable holdings in London's Wellcome Library is a rough pencil sketch made in 1953 by Francis Crick. The drawing is one of the first to show the double-helix structure of DNA--Nature's blueprint for the design of sea snails, human beings, and every other living form on earth. [More]
Novel photonics device that listens to light can accurately detect skin cancer

Novel photonics device that listens to light can accurately detect skin cancer

Scientists are developing a new photonics device that listens to light and could be capable of detecting skin cancer and other diseases more accurately than ever before, eliminating the need for unnecessary and invasive biopsies. [More]
Scalp cooling provides safe, effective treatment in prevention of chemotherapy-induced alopecia

Scalp cooling provides safe, effective treatment in prevention of chemotherapy-induced alopecia

Scalp cooling is a safe, feasible and an effective treatment in the prevention of chemotherapy induced alopecia (CIA) according to a German study being presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology Annual meeting (ASCO). [More]
New hydrogel-based biochip may help in early diagnosis of bowel cancer

New hydrogel-based biochip may help in early diagnosis of bowel cancer

Researchers from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, the Engelhardt Institute of Molecular Biology, the Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry and a number of other Russian research centers have developed a new method of diagnosing colorectal cancer. [More]
Unrivalled medical applications accuracy with non-contact ultrasonic flow sensor

Unrivalled medical applications accuracy with non-contact ultrasonic flow sensor

Morgan Advanced Materials, a global specialist in the development and manufacture of ultrasonic sensors and transducers, is developing a new non-contact ultrasonic flow sensor which is typically five times more accurate at low flow rates than other ultrasonic sensors available in the medical and laboratory sectors. [More]
High quality exosome research products

High quality exosome research products

AMSBIO has introduced a wide selection of new high quality products for exosome research. Formulated to be quick, affordable and easy to use, AMSBIO's new expanded suite of quantification kits, isolation tools, standards, DNA & RNA extraction kits, antibodies and cell culture reagents will facilitate your understanding of exosomes using a wide variety of samples. [More]
New imaging methods could help identify early stages of arthrosis

New imaging methods could help identify early stages of arthrosis

Arthrosis, a degenerative disease that affects the joints, becomes more common as people become older. The disease is becoming increasingly common among older people in Finland as well. Arthrosis is currently the subject of research in a number of projects funded by the Academy of Finland. [More]
New haptic device could aid walking therapy for stroke survivors

New haptic device could aid walking therapy for stroke survivors

Small sensory devices could help to improve walking recovery during stroke rehabilitation in a bid to reduce social isolation. [More]
Computational model may provide new tool for patient-specific prediction of arthrosis progression

Computational model may provide new tool for patient-specific prediction of arthrosis progression

Associate Professor Rami Korhonen from the University of Eastern Finland has studied the use of computer modelling to simulate the progression of osteoarthritis of the knee. [More]
Modern day wearable technology may impact daily life, health care system

Modern day wearable technology may impact daily life, health care system

With the rapid proliferation of smart mobile devices, and the subsequent increase in data that is being gathered, the challenge is: how do we harness it? [More]
Study explores differences in neuroimaging utilization for stroke from population perspective

Study explores differences in neuroimaging utilization for stroke from population perspective

A person is admitted to the hospital with a stroke, but not much is known about whether or not that patient will undergo neuroimaging. [More]
New, screen-printed, flexible MRI coils could lead to shorter scan time periods

New, screen-printed, flexible MRI coils could lead to shorter scan time periods

New, screen-printed, flexible MRI coils may be able to reduce the amount of time it takes to get an MRI scan. [More]
New tablet fabrication method can make personalized medicine cheaper, easier

New tablet fabrication method can make personalized medicine cheaper, easier

A team of researchers from the National University of Singapore have found a way to make personalized medicine cheaper and easier. [More]
CGT, CTM CRC collaborate to test patented scaffold technology for commercial scale cell expansion systems

CGT, CTM CRC collaborate to test patented scaffold technology for commercial scale cell expansion systems

The Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult and the CRC for Cell Therapy Manufacturing, the Australian centre for translation of cell therapy technologies, today announce a project to test at scale CTM CRC’s patented scaffold technology. [More]
Clinical study supports safety, efficacy of GI Windows’ IAS as treatment option for Type 2 diabetes

Clinical study supports safety, efficacy of GI Windows’ IAS as treatment option for Type 2 diabetes

GI Windows, Inc., a clinical-stage medical device company, today announced the presentation of six-month results of the first-ever clinical study evaluating the endoscopic creation of a dual-path enteral diversion using the company’s Incision-less Anastomosis System (IAS) at Digestive Disease Week® 2016 (DDW), in San Diego, Calif. [More]
Automated liquid handling in pharmaceutical research: an interview with Dr Alfred Chappell

Automated liquid handling in pharmaceutical research: an interview with Dr Alfred Chappell

In developing antisense therapeutics, scientists at Ionis evaluate thousands of oligonucleotides. One of my responsibilities is to oversee the QC and management of oligonucleotides used in target screening. [More]
Combining sonoporation with chemotherapy drug may help improve pancreatic cancer treatment

Combining sonoporation with chemotherapy drug may help improve pancreatic cancer treatment

Researchers at Haukeland University Hospital in Bergen, Norway have combined a laboratory ultrasound technique called "sonoporation" with the commercially-available chemotherapy compound Gemcitabine to increase the porosity of pancreatic cells with microbubbles and to help get the drug into cancer cells where it is needed. [More]
New paper-based sun-exposure sensor may help people stay safe

New paper-based sun-exposure sensor may help people stay safe

Summer is around the corner -- time for cookouts and sunbathing. But too much sun can result in sunburn, which is the main cause of skin cancer. Because the time it takes to get burned depends on many factors, it is not easy to tell when to seek shade. [More]
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