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Improving ovarian cancer diagnosis and treatment

Published on 6/03/2019

Porvair Sciences has reported on its involvement in a new £2.6m project led by Swansea University that aims to dramatically improve the diagnosis and treatment of ovarian cancer.

 

New LIMS distributor in India

Published on 1/03/2019

Autoscribe Informatics has appointed NV Genomics as distributor in India for the Matrix family of Laboratory Information Management Systems.

 

Cambridge to get new Cytocell facility

Published on 28/02/2019

Oxford Gene Technology has announced that it is expanding its Cytocell operations with a move to a new facility in Cambridge, UK.

 

Evening exercise won’t ruin your sleep

Published on 25/02/2019

New research published in Experimental Physiology suggests that 30 minutes of high-intensity exercise in the early evening does not negatively affect subsequent sleep, and may also help reduce feelings of hunger.

 

New therapeutic accessories for integrated endoscopy platform

Published on 22/02/2019

PENTAX Medical has announced the addition of new dedicated electrosurgical and argon plasma coagulation platforms - the ENDO ARC and ENDO PLUS - to its therapeutic accessories range.

 

It’s a knockout for AMSBIO

Published on 20/02/2019

AMSBIO has established a comprehensive portfolio of knock-out cell lines and lysates generated with CRISPR/Cas9 technology.

 

Awards success for Thermo Fisher

Published on 18/02/2019

Thermo Fisher Scientific has announced that several of its analytical instruments have received multiple prestigious industry awards.

 

Healthier offspring comes from ‘older’ sperm

Published on 14/02/2019

Sperm that live for longer before fertilising an egg produce healthier offspring, according to new research from the University of East Anglia and Uppsala University, Sweden.

 

Increased lung disease death risk for cerebral palsy patients

Published on 13/02/2019

Adults with cerebral palsy in England are 14 times more likely to die from respiratory conditions, according to a study backed by Brunel University London.

 

A game-changer in ambulatory care

Published on 12/02/2019

Radiometer’s AQT90 FLEX analysers have been used in a successful trial to asses D-dimer point-of-care testing for suspected lower limb deep vein thrombosis.

 

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