Apr. 21, 2015News
The Robert Koch Foundation is jointly awarding this year's 100,000 Euro Robert Koch Award to Prof. Ralf Bartenschlager, Heidelberg, Germany and Charles M. Rice, New York, USA. The two molecular biologists are being honored for their ...
Apr. 17, 2015News
German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE) and Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech): An international team of researchers have revealed in a collaborative study that neurons change on the molecular level when they are ...
Mar. 20, 2015Products
Laboratory samples face a series of tough conditions. They are stored in freezers and liquid nitrogen, exposed to aggressive chemicals and their containers heated in hot water baths. Brady scientists developed sample identification labels ...
Mar. 16, 2015News
The 8th International Meeting of the German Stem Cell Network North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) will take place on the 21 & 22 April 2015 in the former German parliament building in Bonn. Speakers such as Fred Gage, Ron MacKay, Clare ...
Feb. 23, 2015News
Stem Cell Research: Recent research aimed at finding a treatment for a common form of blindness could give new meaning to the term "eye teeth." In a study in mice published in Stem Cells Translational Medicine, researchers at the ...
Feb. 12, 2015Webcast
Drosophila is a model organism in biomedical research. In this film from the University of Manchester, one may learn all about the history and importance of the fruit fly.
Feb. 02, 2015News
Cevec Pharmaceuticals, the developer and licensor of the CAP Technology, announced a major milestone regarding its recombinant human CAP cell derived C1 Esterase Inhibitor (C1Inh).
Jan. 28, 2015Products
Brady FreezerBondz labels deliver crisp, clear and permanent identification, protecting all of your critical samples.
Jan. 28, 2015News
Stanford University: Biology relies upon the precise activation of specific genes to work properly. If that sequence gets out of whack, or one gene turns on only partially, the outcome can often lead to a disease.
PNAS article: Researchers at the University of Basel and the University of East Anglia were able to predict the interactions of cancer cells using game theory.
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