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Tuesday 18th September 2018

PPG Completes COLORFUL COMMUNITIES Project at Wadih Jorge Maluf School in Sumaré, Brazil

PPG (NYSE: PPG) today announced the completion of a COLORFUL COMMUNITIES™ project in Sumaré, São Paulo, Brazil, that helped revitalize the Wadih Jorge Maluf School in the Matão district. The Colorful Communities program provides PPG volunteers and products along with financial contributions to bring color and vitality to communities where the company ...


Wednesday 12th September 2018

CANNABIS : OK mais comment réduire ses effets cognitifs négatifs ?

Si cette étude ne remet pas en question les effets positifs et l’efficacité du cannabis contre certains symptômes et dans de multiples conditions, elle met certainement en garde contre l'impact négatif sur le cerveau d’une exposition prolongée aux cannabinoïdes. L’objectif de cette équipe de l’Instituto de Medicina Molecular (Lisbonne) est ici, dans le Journal of […]

Thursday 30th August 2018

2018-19 Calendar from SPIE Showcases STEM Women from Across the Globe

SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, publishes its 15th annual desk planner featuring women across multiple scientific arenas, this time encompassing the academic year BELLINGHAM, Wash., and CARDIFF, Wales (PRWEB) August 30, 2018 Vinita Madill, space operations engineer, European Space Agency. Martha Sanchez, senior scientist, IBM Research. Jacklyn Novak, infrared materials e...


Wednesday 22nd August 2018

13 Iain Chalmers

This week, a very special conversation with a maverick British medico who set up a tiny research centre in Oxford and watched it grow into a global collaboration of over 40,000 people across 130 countries. Three decades on, the Cochrane Collaboration now produces the world's most trusted health evidence that's used by patients, health...

Wednesday 15th August 2018

'Traffic wardens' of cells can be counterproductive

(Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciencia) A research team from the Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência and the Centre for Biomedical Research/University of Algarve, found that a mechanism of cell division control can be associated with an increase of errors in chromosomes distribution. This process can influence the development of diseases, such as cancer, infertility and some congenital disorders. The study...

Monday 13th August 2018

Long-term cannabinoid exposure impairs memory, study shows

A new study led by Ana Sebastião, group leader at Instituto de Medicina Molecular João Lobo Antunes and Professor of Faculdade de Medicina of Universidade de Lisboa and her team in collaboration with researchers from the University of Lancaster, shows that the long-term use of either cannabis or cannabis-based drugs impairs memory.

Hancock Jaffe moves one step closer to launch VenoValve trial in Colombia

The company previously received approval from the FSFB’s Ethics Committee. Hancock Jaffe will now begin gathering the information necessary to submit an application for approval to Instituto Nacional The post Hancock Jaffe moves one step closer to launch VenoValve trial in Colombia appeared first on Compelo Medical Devices.

Wednesday 1st August 2018

Study: Fruit Flies Farm Their Own Probiotics

NewsA research team revealed how the bacterial community colonizes fruit flies kept in the lab or in the wild, and what may be the impact of this colonization in nature.

Monday 30th July 2018

Fruit flies farm their own probiotics

(Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciencia) A study published in the PLoS Biology offers a new tool to study bacteria-host interaction. A research team from the Gulbenkian Institute of Science (IGC) revealed how the bacterial community colonizes the fruit flies kept in the lab or in the wild, and which may be the impact of this colonization in nature. Understanding these mechanisms of colonization may allow...

Saturday 28th July 2018

Instituto Rosenbusch SA ROSE Financial and Strategic SWOT Analysis Review [Report Updated: 08062018] Prices from USD $300

SummaryInstituto Rosenbusch SA Instituto Rosenbusch is a research company that develops and manufactures veterinary products. The company provides biologicals and pharmaceuticals products. Its offers biological products for reproductiverespiratory and nervous complex, IBR, BVD, brucelosis, carbuncle, and other diseases; clostridial vaccines; vaccines for cattle, sheep, goats, and horses; vaccines ...

Friday 27th July 2018

Technical University of Denmark Pharmaceuticals Healthcare Deals and Alliances Profile [Report Updated: 14062018] Prices from USD $250

SummaryTechnical University of Denmark DTU is a provider of educational and research services. The university offers undergraduate programs, graduate programs, PhD programs, guest student services and others. It conducts research programs in the areas of biotechnology and biochemistry, chemistry, construction and mechanics, earth sciences, electrotechnology, energy, environment and pollution, food...

TechnoPhage SA Pharmaceuticals Healthcare Deals and Alliances Profile [Report Updated: 14062018] Prices from USD $250

SummaryTechnoPhage SA TechnoPhage is a biopharmaceutical company that offers contract research and development of new molecules. The company conducts its research and development of new products based on unique properties of bacteriophages. It also conducts contract research and development services for private and public institutions and pharmaceutical companies, among others. TechnoPhage also co...

Wednesday 25th July 2018

IGC scientists discover a tap that controls the flow of pro-inflammatory molecules

(Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciencia) One of the major therapeutic targets for inflammatory diseases is TNF. However, excess levels of TNF cause side effects and can lead to diseases. In a study published in eLIFE journal, a research team from Gulbenkian Institute of Science (IGC, Portugal) discovered a new protein, called iTAP, that controls the levels of TNF in circulation by regulating its release ...

Tuesday 24th July 2018

New sttudy may advance clinical management of infertile couples

A research team from the Center for Biomedical Research, at the University of Algarve, and Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência, led by Rui Gonçalo Martinho and Paulo Navarro-Costa has identified the mechanism by which the fertilized egg balances out the differences between chromosomes inherited from the mother and the father.

Monday 23rd July 2018

A protein that promotes compatibility between chromosomes after fertilization

(Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciencia) A research team from the Center for Biomedical Research, at the University of Algarve, and Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência, led by Rui Gonçalo Martinho and Paulo Navarro-Costa has identified the mechanism by which the fertilized egg balances out the differences between chromosomes inherited from the mother and the father. The study, now published in the scientif...

Sunday 15th July 2018

How our cells build different antennae to sense the world around us

(Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciencia) Our cells communicate with each other and with the environment using tiny antennae, called cilia. Some of these antennae can also move, and are altered in several diseases. A team from the Gulbenkian Institute of Science has now discovered that the foundation of cilia is diverse, contributing to the assembly of antennae with such different functions. This study, n...

Wednesday 11th July 2018

Researchers Find Gene for Manganese Tolerance in Rice

Metal tolerance proteins (MTPs) belong to the cation diffusion facilitator family (CDF) and are involved in metal transport and homeostasis in different plant species. A group of researchers from Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del Instituto Politécnico Nacional in Mexico studied a rice gene OsMTP11, which encodes a suspected CDF tr...

Tuesday 10th July 2018

PathoQuest Announces New Appointments to Executive Leadership Team

Company adds experienced executives to support the continued growth of Biologics Genomic Service and Clinical Diagnostics businesses which utilize PathoQuest’s proprietary Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) based testing solution. PathoQuest, a genomic expert for biologics testing and a leader in improving pathogen identification in clinical biological...

Sunday 8th July 2018

It takes a village...

(Instituto de Medicina Molecular) A group of researchers led by Edgar Gomes, Group Leader at Instituto de Medicina Molecular João Lobo Antunes (iMM; Portugal) identifies in muscle cells a new mechanism that activates locally the movement of the nucleus to its correct position.

Wednesday 27th June 2018

Cheating on cheaters

(Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciencia) A new study, to be published in Current Biology on June 28, proposes new strategies to induce the collapse of bacterial populations. A research team led by Karina Xavier, from Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência (IGC, Portugal), identified novel ways to promote so-called "cheating behavior" in bacterial communities that can lead to the collapse of the bacterial popul...

Tuesday 26th June 2018

New mechanism involved in memory loss associated with aging discovered

(Instituto de Medicina Molecular) A study led by Luísa Lopes, Group Leader at Instituto de Medicina Molecular João Lobo Antunes (iMM; Portugal) and published today in the prestigious journal Molecular Psychiatry, describes a new mechanism involved in memory loss associated with aging.

Monday 25th June 2018

Substance found in grapes prevents agglomeration of a mutant protein that leads to cancer

(Instituto Nacional de Ciência e Tecnologia de Biologia Estrutural e Bioimagem (INBEB)) A novel Brazilian study published in Oncotarget is the first to show the action of resveratrol, a bioactive compound present in grapes and red wine, on the inhibition of aggregates of the mutant p53 protein. Because they are found in more than half of human malignant tumors, these amyloid aggregates are ...

Thursday 21st June 2018

When low batteries are a good thing

(Instituto de Medicina Molecular) A new study led by Marc Veldhoen, group leader at Instituto de Medicina Molecular João Lobo Antunes (iMM) shows how these cells are kept under control. The work published now in Science Immunology, reveals that the "batteries" of these cells have a different composition that reduces their capacity of producing energy, keeping them in a controlled activated mode.

Wednesday 13th June 2018

A maestro that conducts the invasiveness of glioblastoma tumors

(Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciencia) Glioblastoma is the most severe form of brain cancer in adults. The aggressiveness of this cancer is largely due to its ability to invade surrounding brain tissue, making the tumor difficult to remove by surgery. Now, a research team led by Diogo Castro, from Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciencia (IGC, Portugal), discovered a genetic program that controls the invasivene...

PvTRX1h Gene Involved in Regulation of Nodules in Common Bean

The legume-rhizobium symbiotic relationship has been widely studied and characterized. However, little information is known on the role of histone lysine methyltransferases in this interaction and in the formation of nodules in the common bean.A study by the team of Aarón Barraza from Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del Instituto Po...


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