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World's First Method for Continuous Purification of Valuable Antibodies
World's First Method for Continuous Purification of Valuable Antibodies
2015-03-26 | Scientists at acib develop world's first continuous purification method for valuable drugs. This will lead to significantly reduced production costs and to cheaper pharmaceuticals that are affordable for non-privileged health care systems.
Move It or Lose It: One-Year Mission Video Miniseries (Physical Performance)
Move It or Lose It: One-Year Mission Video Miniseries (Physical Performance)
2015-03-11 | After living aboard the International Space Station, research into physical performance may hold answers for those living with challenges from health-related concerns from prolonged inactivity.
Pressure is On to Find the Cause for Vision Changes in Space
Pressure is On to Find the Cause for Vision Changes in Space
2015-03-09 | One of the goals of the Fluid Shifts investigation, launching to the space station this spring, is to test the relationship between fluid shifts to the upper body and a pattern NASA calls visual impairment and intracranial pressure syndrome.
Micro-5: Gut Reactions In Space
Micro-5: Gut Reactions In Space
2015-02-25 | NASA's Micro-5 investigation on the International Space Station may help researchers gain a better understanding of how intestinal pathogens cause disease and how we can prevent or counteract foodborne illness in astronauts.
NuVascular Technologies Partners with Textile and Vascular Surgery Experts to Form New Scientific Advisory Board
NuVascular Technologies Partners with Textile and Vascular Surgery Experts to Form New Scientific Advisory Board
2015-02-25 | Company is partnering with scientific community to commercialize its patented nanotechnology
Resolving to Stay Fit in Space and on Earth
Resolving to Stay Fit in Space and on Earth
2015-02-24 | Astronauts on the International Space Station are working to keep their hearts healthy this American Heart Month, and at the same time, they are generating data to advance knowledge of health and fitness in space and on Earth.
Research With Space Explorers May One Day Heal Earth's Warriors
Research With Space Explorers May One Day Heal Earth's Warriors
2015-02-24 | A study into a key bone-growing protein was recently funded to take place in orbit aboard the space station. Such a capability could benefit those needing bone for reconstructive surgery due to trauma like combat injuries or osteoporosis.
Academician I.E. Aznauryan's Unique Proprietary Methodology for the Treatment of Strabismus, "Strabo", was Presented at the Conference in Japan (Kyoto)
Academician I.E. Aznauryan's Unique Proprietary Methodology for the Treatment of Strabismus, "Strabo", was Presented at the Conference in Japan (Kyoto)
2015-02-18 | Russian ophthalmologists under the guidance of Academician Igor Aznauryan developed "Strabo", a program of mathematical modeling of strabismus; it was first presented at the International Strabismological Association conference in Japan.
Fertility Specialists Urge Reevaluation of Current Concepts of Embryo Selection in IVF
Fertility Specialists Urge Reevaluation of Current Concepts of Embryo Selection in IVF
2015-02-16 | Despite the methods' high cost, embryo selection on day-5 in IVF cycles do not benefit most patients, according to a recent article published by CHR investigators. CHR urges re-evaluation of the concept of day-5 embryo selection.
Zebrafish Flex Their Muscles For Research Aboard the International Space Station
Zebrafish Flex Their Muscles For Research Aboard the International Space Station
2015-02-03 | The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency's (JAXA) Zebrafish Muscle investigation observes the effects of microgravity on the zebrafish, Danio rerio, a tropical freshwater fish belonging to the minnow family.
Anita Merrill Recognized as Professional of the Year by Capital Who's Who
Anita Merrill Recognized as Professional of the Year by Capital Who's Who
2015-01-30 | Anita Merrill of Tifton, Georgia, honored by Capital Who's Who Branding for her distinguished accomplishments and contributions in the field of Medical Technology.
New Year, Old Habits: Eating Right in Space is a Long-Term Resolution
New Year, Old Habits: Eating Right in Space is a Long-Term Resolution
2015-01-26 | Nutrition and exercise are part of a daily requirement for astronauts on and off the planet. One of the reasons is there are no quick trips to the doctor or the grocery store when you are more than 200 miles above Earth's surface.
Space Station Worms' Research Potential is Anything but Flat
Space Station Worms' Research Potential is Anything but Flat
2015-01-22 | The study of flatworms aboard the space station has the potential to be rather robust in implications for regenerative medicine, an area of treatment for repairing or replacing human cells, tissues or organs on Earth to restore normal function.
LUZ Relocates Swiss Office
LUZ Relocates Swiss Office
2015-01-22 | Global life science translation service provider moves to larger facility in Switzerland
Stepping Stones to NASA's Human Missions Beyond
Stepping Stones to NASA's Human Missions Beyond
2015-01-21 | NASA astronaut Scott Kelly and Roscosmos cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko will embark on the first joint U.S.-Russian one-year mission, underscoring the "international" in International Space Station as they exemplify multilateral science cooperation.
Former CMS Medical Leader Joins MPA
Former CMS Medical Leader Joins MPA
2015-01-20 | Dr. Susan Nedza to be SVP of Clinical Outcomes
CHI Scientific Releases PrimaCell Protocols for Culturing More Than 300 Types of Primary Cells to Speed Biological Discoveries
CHI Scientific Releases PrimaCell Protocols for Culturing More Than 300 Types of Primary Cells to Speed Biological Discoveries
2015-01-16 | Brings Standardized Methods to the Research Scientist, Greatly Reducing the Time Needed to Prepare and Culture Critical Tissue and Organ Cells.
Nothing to Squirm About: Space Station Worms Help Battle Muscle and Bone Loss
Nothing to Squirm About: Space Station Worms Help Battle Muscle and Bone Loss
2015-01-14 | Two Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency investigations on the space station help researchers seek clues to physiological problems found in astronauts by studying C. elegans -- a millimeter-long roundworm that is widely used as a model organism.
Avantium Sells its Crystallization Systems Business to Technobis
Avantium Sells its Crystallization Systems Business to Technobis
2015-01-12 | Avantium announces today the successful sale of its crystallization systems business to the Technobis Group.
Breast Cancer Vaccine Shows How Interest in Immune System Is Growing
Breast Cancer Vaccine Shows How Interest in Immune System Is Growing
2015-01-11 | EuroMed Foundation, an Arizona cancer center, says the development of cancer vaccines increases awareness of the immune system's role in treatment.