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Research Field


Research Field Neuroscience

A Better AD Model

| Brett Spangler

How primary neuronal cell cultures are unraveling the role of amyloid β oligomers in Alzheimer’s disease.

Research Field Pain & critical care

An Osteoarthritic Odyssey

Sitting Down With… Mike Clayman, CEO of Flexion Therapeutics, Inc., Burlington, Massachusetts, USA.

Research Field Cell & molecular biology

In the RNA

| Stephanie Sutton

RNA Inhibitors - an exciting avenue for drug development? We collate the findings from the Innovation that Matters series, hosted by WuXi Xpress...

Research Field Biomedical engineering

Fiber Fantastic

| Jonathan James

Sitting Down with Michael Tanner, Research Fellow in the School of Engineering and Physical Sciences at Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh, UK.

Research Field Biomedical engineering

Corneal Construction

| Jonathan James

Researchers fine-tune 3D printing technology to create better biomimetic corneas – and predict a “breakthrough” in global transplantation practice.

Research Field Microbiology

Breaking Down Walls

| Danny Ward

To truly understand the intricacies of pathogenic bacteria, we need to combine “pure” and translational research.

Research Field Animal models

Going out on a (Regrown) Limb

| Jonathan James

Meet the researchers uncovering the secrets of tissue regeneration.

Research Field Cancer

Cancer and the Microbiome

| Ivan Gladwyn-Ng, Alexander Maue

How advanced studies into the microorganisms we harbor could impact cancer prevention, treatment, and prognosis.

Research Field Biomedical engineering

The Skin Synthesizers

| Jonathan James

How functionally polarized full-thickness tissue regeneration, artificial intelligence and advanced 3D printing hold the keys to advanced wound repair

Research Field Nanomedicine

Rewriting the Cancer Code

| Jonathan James

Scientists are targeting cancer’s “housekeeping” genes with biological nanomachines


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