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Fasting results differ between mice genders

Published on 25/03/2020

In response to short, six-hour fasts in mice, female mice put on more liver fat than males, but also seemed to be better at using it up according to research that The Journal of Physiology has published.

 

3D printing ventilator parts and masks

Published on 24/03/2020

University of East Anglia researchers have launched a project to 3D print ventilator parts, masks and other critical equipment to battle the COVID-19 virus.

 

‘Drive-through’ COVID-19 testing facility

Published on 23/03/2020

Unilabs has set up a ‘drive-through’ facility to collect samples from suspected COVID-19 patients, and is the first of its kind in Europe, based in Porto, Portugal.

 

Drug delivery systems improved by CF3

Published on 19/03/2020

Postnova Analytics has reported that its CF2000 Centrifugal Field Flow Fractionation system is delivering exciting new data to scientists developing drug delivery systems.

 

Japanese 3D cell culture market partnership

Published on 18/03/2020

UPM Biomedicals and Nichirei Biosciences have signed an agreement to offer the full range of UPM cell culture products to life sciences researchers in Japan.

 

Research products to combat Coronavirus

Published on 16/03/2020

AMSBIO has announced the availability of recombinant proteins and antibodies for the detection of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and related RNA viruses.

 

Edge Hill leads the fight against plastic

Published on 12/03/2020

Biologists at Edge Hill University’s laboratories are recycling 100% of non-hazardous gloves used in vital, potentially life-changing research.

 

New Health Valley HQ for GenomSys

Published on 11/03/2020

GenomSys has moved two of its teams to the BioPôle, part of Switzerland’s Health Valley Hub in Lausanne, to support the company’s growth and improve its accessibility to the life sciences community.

 

Test reduces unnecessary prostate cancer biopsies

Published on 10/03/2020

Unnecessary prostate cancer biopsies could be reduced by 60% thanks to new research from the University of East Anglia (UEA).

 

New funding boosts AML research

Published on 9/03/2020

Advanced BioDesign has announced that it has raised an additional €9m financing from Xerys Funds in order to pursue its clinical development.

 

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