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Outside the Lab Public health

Picking up on the Subtler Signs of Brain Cancer

| Jonathan James

How early telltales of tumors are frequently missed by both patients and clinicians


Tools & Techniques Diagnostics & prognostics

A Nose for Cancer

| Jonathan James

Could a multi-layer graphene (MLG)-based biomarker sensor offer the sensitivity needed for earlier lung cancer detection?


Research Field Neurological

Redirecting Cell Fate

| Jonathan James

A chemical cocktail of small molecules shows promise in driving neuro-regeneration.


Tools & Techniques Drug delivery

Next Steps for the Self-Righting Insulin Pill

| Jonathan James

Will diabetes treatment be revolutionized by the drug delivery capsule inspired by the geometry of the leopard tortoise?


Tools & Techniques Cancer

Circular RNA Makes Its Mark

| Jason Sherburn

A new detection method enhances circular RNA’s potential as a cancer biomarker and forms the basis of a new database


Tools & Techniques Drug delivery

Heavy Metal Wonder

| Jonathan James

An iridium-based photodynamic drug accumulates in cancer cell nuclei – and destroys them from within.


Disease Area Neurological

Breakdown Breakthrough

| Jonathan James

Exploring the link between blood brain barrier permeability and cognitive dysfunction.


Research Field Cell & molecular biology

H(eye) - or Low?

| Phoebe Harkin

Two chemical components; opposite effects. How medical marijuana impacts glaucoma for better – and for worse.


Tools & Techniques Imaging

Brain Bleeds Begone

| Jonathan James

A new approach may hold the key to preventing deadly brain bleeds - an optical lens capable of imaging blood vessels in real time.


Research Field Drug discovery

DONs Potential Unfolds

| Jonathan James

How DNA origami nanostructures could find their way into the treatment of acute kidney injury.


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