Scientists have created a 3D tissue similar to the rat brain. The tissue could offer a better way of studying normal brain function as well as injury and disease, say bioengineers at Tufts University, Boston, US.
Most of the drugs we take are swallowed or injected. But how a pharmaceutical is administered can reduce its effect
Is uncorking headed for the dustbin?
The webinar begins by asking the question “Why is the Earth’s surface the temperature it is?”.
With the ever increasing change in the global economic demographics it is time to consider just what impact this has beyond the already accepted increase in healthcare costs.
presented on 19 Nov 2013
Poster by Dr. Alessandro Poma, Dr. Yao Xu and Dr. Nicholas Turner
Poster by Zheling Li, Robert J. Young and Ian A. Kinloch
Poster by Victoria J. Wickens, Mike P. Garratt, Alison P. Bailey and Simon G. Potts
Poster by Jennifer Wickens, Stuart Roberts, Alison Bailey and Simon G. Potts
Poster by Nicholas J. Race and Dr. John F. Bower
Poster by Callie Seaman, Bryn Flinders and Malcolm Clench
The most common methods for cleaning up oil spills rely on mechanical devices
Adrian Percy, the former senior vp of global regulatory affairs within Bayer CropScience, has taken over the position of global head of R&D. Percy will also become a member of the Bayer CropScience executive committee.
The chemical sector in the EU and US looks as if it is recovering, with positive growth figures on both sides of the Atlantic.
A decade ago, we realised that nanotechnology would offer great opportunities to improve our lives.
Smell is the most chemical of the senses; I’ve said that before, but it’s true. We’re molecular beings and chemicals are involved in all our senses
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