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06:39 EST 11th December 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Tuesday 4th December 2018

Microscopic 'Sunflowers' for Better Solar Panels

NewsScientists have harnessed magnetic fields to control the molecular structure of LCEs and create microscopic three-dimensional polymer shapes.Contributed Author:&n

New Cancer Immunotherapy Approach Turns Human Cells into Tiny Anti-Tumor Drug Factories

NewsIn lab and mouse experiments, researchers developed a method to leverage B cells to manufacture and secrete tumor-suppressing microRNAs.

Massive Recall Issued for 12 Million Pounds of Beef

NewsThe U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced the recall, due to concerns about possible salmonella contamination.

Lasers Examine How Plants Use Sunlight

NewsStudies of how photoprotection works at the molecular level may provide a pathway to more biomass and crops.Contributed Author: 

Lasers Reduce Risk of X-rays

NewsUltrashort laser pulses are being used more frequently in medicine. However, they can have undesirable side effects.Contributed Author: 

Nature's 'Laboratory' Offers Clues on How Plants Thrive Through Genetic Diversity

NewsScientists have turned to nature's own 'laboratory' for clues about how plants adapt in the environment to ensure their own survival.

Study Uses Rings in Teeth to Understand the Environment Neanderthals Faced

NewsScientists are painting the clearest picture yet of what life may have been like for Neanderthals living in Southern France some 250,000 years ago.

Novel Synthetic Material Thickens as it’s Stretched

ArticleA team from the University of Leeds has developed a synthetic material that becomes thicker at the molecular level as it is stretched.Staff Author:&n

Structure of Electrolyte Controls Battery Performance

NewsThe research team has reported that adding water into electrolyte improves the function of vanadium oxide, which is one of positive electrode material in calcium-ion batteries.

Discovery of Single Material That Produces White Light Could Boost Efficiency of LED Bulbs

NewsScientists have discovered a single material that produces white light, opening the door for a new frontier in lighting, which accounts for one-fifth of global energy consumption.

Gene Therapy Shown to Reverse Sickle Cell Anemia

NewsThe treatment uses reduced-intensity preconditioning to enhance its global transportability.Contributed Author

SRNL Demonstrates Electrochemical Techniques for Monitoring Microbial Growth

NewsResearchers have demonstrated the use of electrochemical techniques to monitor the growth status and energy levels of microorganisms used in biotechnology industries.

Tackling Sepsis with a Nanocarrier-delivered MicroRNA

NewsOne in three patients who die in the U.S. dies of sepsis, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

FDA Approves Treatment for Ocular Pain Following Surgery

NewsDextenza has the potential to replace a complex eye drop regimen that under the current standard of care requires up to 70 topical ocular steroid drops.

Women Reveal the Reasons They Reject a Preventive Drug for Breast Cancer

NewsOnly around a fifth of women at higher risk of developing breast cancer think they need to take a drug proven to help prevent the disease.

Investigators Discover Compounds that Block Reactivation of Latent HIV-1

NewsA team of investigators has identified compounds that block the reactivation of latent HIV-1 in a human cell line containing the latent virus.

AGC to Acquire Synthetic Pharmaceutical Active Ingredient Manufacturing Plant in Spain

NewsThe acquisition will give AGC a foothold in Europe and broaden its pharma CDMO business.

Study: Immunotherapy Adds Punch to Earlier Attempts

NewsNew drugs that harness the body's immune system to destroy cancer cells appear to increase the effectiveness of later drug therapies.

Utah Lawmakers Approve Medical Pot Changes, Despite Concerns

NewsLawmakers in conservative Utah passed sweeping changes Monday to a new voter-approved medical-marijuana ballot measure.Contribu

Muscle Tissue’s Resistance to Cancer Could Hold Key to New Treatment

ArticleDr. Pnina Fisherman’s research sought to explore what keeps muscle cancer free.

GlaxoSmithKline to Acquire Tesaro, Gaining PARP Inhibitor Zejula

NewsThe companies have entered into a definitive agreement in which GSK will acquire Tesaro, an oncology-focused company.

Monday 3rd December 2018

Scientists Detect Biggest Known Black-Hole Collision

NewsAn international team of scientists have detected ripples in space and time, known as gravitational waves, from the biggest known black-hole collision.

Researchers Gain Better Understanding of Cell Function with Nanoscale Tweezers

ArticleResearchers have begun using nanoscale tweezers that use electrical impulses to extract single DNA, proteins and organelles from living cells without causing damage.

Pulses of Sinking Carbon Reaching the Deep Sea Are Not Captured in Global Climate Models

NewsMBARI scientists and their collaborators show that there has been an increase in pulse events off the coast of California.Contributed Author: 

Borophene Advances as 2D Materials Platform

NewsAtom-thin sheets of boron containing large single crystals could provide foundation for fabricating next-generation electronics.Contributed Author: 


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