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Global standards for vaping products need to be harmonised to promote innovation

Global standards for vaping products need to be harmonised to promote innovation

Against a backdrop of a growing number of e-cigarette users globally, British American Tobacco is leading efforts to develop and harmonise standards around vaping products to further reassure consumers of these products potential in reducing the harm from smoking. [More]
New on-line resource allows user to virtually test effectiveness, specificity of potential drug

New on-line resource allows user to virtually test effectiveness, specificity of potential drug

Inside the human body, the same drug can interact with multiple molecules. This phenomenon is known as 'polypharmacology' and, according to the interaction, a drug can cure a disease or cause side effects in the patient. [More]
Scientists develop simple method for building complex reconfigurable microrobots

Scientists develop simple method for building complex reconfigurable microrobots

For the past few years, scientists around the world have been studying ways to use miniature robots to better treat a variety of diseases. [More]
New technology allows researchers to temporarily shut down brain area to better understand function

New technology allows researchers to temporarily shut down brain area to better understand function

Capitalizing on experimental genetic techniques, researchers at the California National Primate Research Center, or CNPRC, at the University of California, Davis, have demonstrated that temporarily turning off an area of the brain changes patterns of activity across much of the remaining brain. [More]
Action on Hearing Loss welcomes new NHS guidance for services for adults with hearing deficits

Action on Hearing Loss welcomes new NHS guidance for services for adults with hearing deficits

The UK’s largest hearing loss charity Action on Hearing Loss has welcomed the launch of new NHS guidance for services for adults with hearing loss. [More]
Asynt CondenSyn air condenser performs better than traditional water-driven condensers

Asynt CondenSyn air condenser performs better than traditional water-driven condensers

Asynt announces how new scientific evaluations from the Department of Chemistry, University of Uppsala (Sweden) and the Australian National University (Canberra) report on the testing of the performance of their CondenSyn air condenser versus traditional water-driven condensers and an alternative commercial air condenser in “real-world” laboratory conditions. [More]
Study shows motor cortices encode error signals that drive adaptation in reaching

Study shows motor cortices encode error signals that drive adaptation in reaching

Adaptation in reaching -- gradual improvement of motor control in response to a perturbation -- is a central issue in motor neuroscience.However, even the cortical origin of errors that drive adaptation has remained elusive. [More]
Superficial radiotherapy e-learning portal launched by Xstrahl

Superficial radiotherapy e-learning portal launched by Xstrahl

Xstrahl officially launch the Xstra Learning Portal, an online educational platform providing an invaluable source of information for all clinical personnel treating patients using superficial radiotherapy. The website, formerly known as STEP, was created by leading clinical professionals and Xstrahl, a world leader in radiation therapy. [More]
Blowdown evaporator that’s automation-ready

Blowdown evaporator that’s automation-ready

The Ultravap Levante from Porvair Sciences is a next generation nitrogen blowdown evaporator designed to meet the needs of the modern automated laboratory. [More]
Neuroimaging study identifies four mental stages during math problem solving

Neuroimaging study identifies four mental stages during math problem solving

A new Carnegie Mellon University neuroimaging study reveals the mental stages people go through as they are solving challenging math problems. [More]
Advanced Instruments receives FDA approval to market GloCyte System

Advanced Instruments receives FDA approval to market GloCyte System

Advanced Instruments, Inc., a leader in laboratory instrumentation, announced today that it has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to market its GloCyte Automated Cell Counter System and GloCyte Low and High Level Controls. [More]
Scientists measure eye pressure of sleeping patients to find link between OSAS and glaucoma

Scientists measure eye pressure of sleeping patients to find link between OSAS and glaucoma

Scientists at Hokkaido University have successfully measured the eye pressure of sleeping patients with obstructive sleep apnea syndrome for the first time, finding an unexpected correlation with glaucoma. [More]
MES announces global release of two new semen analysis products

MES announces global release of two new semen analysis products

Medical Electronic Systems today announced the worldwide release of two new products to supplement its full line of Automated and Manual semen analysis solutions. [More]
Neutrons key to discovering new HIV drugs? An interview with Dr Matthew Blakeley

Neutrons key to discovering new HIV drugs? An interview with Dr Matthew Blakeley

Neutron crystallography allows us to determine the three-dimensional structures of biological macromolecules, such as proteins, by means of the diffraction of neutrons from the regularly spaced atoms of a crystal. [More]
New imaging tool may help detect presence of androgen receptor in prostate cancer patients

New imaging tool may help detect presence of androgen receptor in prostate cancer patients

Prostate cancer is one of the most common cancers in men. Tumor growth is critically regulated by the androgen receptor, and treatment strategies to lower androgens, such as testosterone, are a mainstay of clinical treatment. [More]
Innovative technology streamlines clinical trial management, improves patient experience

Innovative technology streamlines clinical trial management, improves patient experience

The University of Alabama at Birmingham recently integrated a clinical research management system that allows patient consent, data and documents from multiple sites to automatically flow from the the Enroll e-Consenting tablet application by Mytrus into the Velos eResearch interface. [More]
DPUK brings organisations together to tackle dementia across the UK

DPUK brings organisations together to tackle dementia across the UK

Dementia, is an overall term that describes a wide range of symptoms that includes memory loss and difficulties with thinking, is caused when the brain cells degenerate and die more quickly than they would as part of the normal ageing process. [More]

DePuy Synthes Trauma launches new system to treat hand fractures and correct deformities

Today DePuy Synthes Trauma announced the launch of the Variable Angle Locking Hand System, a comprehensive and versatile system of anatomically contoured and low-profile plates to treat hand fractures and correct deformities. The system features the company’s proprietary Variable Angle Locking technology. [More]
Free online World Sepsis Congress sponsored by Radiometer

Free online World Sepsis Congress sponsored by Radiometer

Radiometer is proud to announce that it is sponsoring the 1st World Sepsis Congress, from the 8th to the 9th of September 2016. Organized by the Global Sepsis Alliance, this free online event will give participants the chance to hear experts from around the world discuss the challenges and opportunities in the battle against this life-threatening illness. [More]
Researchers show porous silicon nanoparticles could be harmless to diagnose and treat cancer

Researchers show porous silicon nanoparticles could be harmless to diagnose and treat cancer

The Lomonosov Moscow State University researchers in collaboration with their German colleagues have succeeded in proving that silicon nanoparticles can be applied to diagnose and cure cancer. [More]
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