Pfizer expands into gene editing with Beam research deal

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Pfizer's work with mRNA vaccines led it explore other applications of the technology, resulting in a multi-year partnership with the high-profile biotech Beam Therapeutics on gene editing treatments for rare diseases

UVA researchers advance bioprinting

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Biology advance bioprinting researchers UVAMinecraft is one of the world’s best-selling video games, with 126 million active players across the globe.

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UCLA researchers develop novel microscopic picoshell particles

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Biology develop microscopic particles picoshell researchers UCLAProduction of high-energy fats by microalgae may provide a sustainable, renewable energy source that can help tackle climate change.

Baszucki Brain Research fund and Milken Institute announce grant recipients for bipolar disorder therapeutic research

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January 14, 2022 – The Baszucki Brain Research Fund and the Milken Institute’s Center for Strategic Philanthropy are pleased to announce that 45 scientists worldwide will receive funding to advance research for bipolar disorder. Washington, D.C.

NRL researchers target cells for tissue engineering

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Naval Research Laboratory researchers in the Chemistry Division apply their knowledge of biology in conjunction with materials to improve understanding of how cells and tissues organize and apply new methods to affect cell communication. WASHINGTON – U.S.

Gene editing startup Metagenomi raises $175M to advance research pipeline

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The biotech raised the Series B round during "probably one of the worst biotech markets" emerging drugmakers have faced in some time, a Metagenomi executive told BioPharma Dive

Human Brain Project: Researchers outline in Science how brain research makes new demands on supercomputing

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Chemistry AND Physics brain demands human outline project research researchers Science supercomputing“Understanding the brain in all its complexity requires insights from multiple scales – from genomics, cells and synapses to the whole-organ level.

Lilly deepens research ties in China with biotech deal

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The collaboration with Regor Therapeutics is another example of large pharma companies' interest in partnering with emerging biotechs from China

New research partnership

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publishers New Rochelle, NY, November 2, 2020–Cohen Veterans Bioscience (CVB), the Center for Biomedical Research Transparency (CBMRT), and Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., Credit: Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.,

Research reveals new links between brain over-activity and schizophrenia symptoms

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New research has shown that over-activity in a specific area of the brain is linked to certain symptoms of Schizophrenia, opening up possibilities for the development of more targeted treatments. Latest News brain links overactivity research reveals schizophrenia symptoms

Safe planetary boundary for pollutants, including plastics, exceeded, researchers say

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For the first time, an international team of researchers has assessed the impact on the stability of the Earth system of the cocktail of synthetic chemicals and other “novel entities” flooding the environment.

Takeda reels in a cell therapy research partner with 'build-to-buy' deal

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The Japanese drugmaker is acquiring GammaDelta Therapeutics, a partner since 2017, and its research on allogeneic cell therapy for cancer

Limitations in clinical drug research

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Frontiers in Clinical Drug Research – Diabetes and Obesity is a book series that brings updated reviews to readers interested in advances in the development of pharmaceutical agents for the treatment of two metabolic diseases – diabetes and obesity. Latest News clinical Drug Limitations research

Kids and Research

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She knew I had a research background. Read more Kids and Research. The post Kids and Research appeared first on MyLocalStudy.com. Clinical Trials Kids in Research blog clinical research pediatric research

Researchers simulate SARS-COV-2 transmission and infection on airline flights

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Technology and Engineering airline flights infection researchers SARSCoV2 simulate transmissionA study published in Indoor Air simulated the transmission of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, on a flight from London to Hanoi and on another flight from Singapore to Hangzhou.

Researchers develop 3D-printed jelly

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What your sweat says about your health: SFU research

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SFU researcher Woo Soo Kim is part of an international research team that is developing a low-cost, 3D-printed […]. Technology and Engineering health research SFU sweat

Researchers deliver road map of lung development

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Researchers have compiled the most comprehensive road map of the protein composition of human lungs, providing a clearer picture of the healthy development of this essential organ that made terrestrial life possible. Researchers have compiled the most comprehensive road map […].

Researchers pioneer new method to edit genes in human cells

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA—January 5, 2021—Over the past decade, the CRISPR genome-editing system has revolutionized molecular biology, giving scientists the ability to alter genes inside living cells for research or medical applications.

Researchers fabricate complex optical components from fluids

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WASHINGTON — Researchers have developed a way to create freeform optical components by shaping a volume of curable liquid polymer. Chemistry AND Physics complex components fabricate fluids optical researchers

MD Anderson Research Highlights for January 26, 2022

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The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center’s Research Highlights provides a glimpse into recently published studies in basic, translational and clinical cancer research from MD Anderson experts. Latest News Anderson highlights January researchHOUSTON ? Current clinical advances include combination therapies for thyroid cancer and multiple myeloma, as well as discoveries to improve CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing, to identify biomarkers for immunotherapy […].

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder (COPD) Clinical Research Study

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If you are, you may qualify to become part of a COPD clinical research study in which study medications and examinations are provided free of charge and you are compensated for your time and travel. Velocity Clinical Research is conveniently located at 1410 S. The Study.

Daniele Cortecchia wins a Starting grant from the European Research Council (ERC) for innovative research on new photoluminescent materials

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Social & Behavioral Science Cortecchia Council Daniele ERC European grant Innovative Materials photoluminescent research Starting wins

Pfizer gene therapy research delayed by trial changes, safety questions

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Data readouts for Pfizer's hemophilia gene therapies are now expected later than previously forecast, while the company also works through modifying a trial of its Duchenne treatment

EULAR further steps up its Research Support

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“Sometimes access to relatively small funds can enable a researcher, for example, to pay for pump priming analyses or modest publication costs,” remarked EULAR Past President Professor Dr. Iain B. With the new voucher programme, we want to support promising RMD research that is at risk due to insufficient underpinning […]. Latest News EULAR research Steps support

Researchers develop first fully 3D-printed, flexible OLED display

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PAUL (01/07/2022) — In a groundbreaking new study, researchers at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities used a customized printer to fully 3D print a flexible organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display. MINNEAPOLIS / ST.

LJI and Charles River Laboratories to collaborate on COVID-19 research

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Their new research will allow scientists around the world to better capture how the body […]. Biology Charles Collaborate COVID19 Laboratories LJI research riverLA JOLLA, CA—Scientists at La Jolla Institute for Immunology (LJI) and Charles River Laboratories International, Inc.,

Quantum communication research network launched

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Latest News communication launched network quantum researchAs digitalization continues to make headway, finding ways of increasing the security of the exchange of sensitive information becomes ever more important. One of the main methods proposed to achieve this is a communication network that operates based on the laws of quantum physics. This would ensure that undetected eavesdropping is made impossible. Development of […].

Researchers lay groundwork for potential dog-allergy vaccine

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There have been many research efforts describing the nature and progression of dog allergies, but there have been very few applied studies that use this information to try to cure people of dog allergies entirely by artificially inducing immune tolerance.

Groundbreaking electroceutical research on spleen function

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An international team of researchers, led by University of Houston Cullen Endowed Professor of biomedical engineering Mario Romero-Ortega, has progressed electroceutical research for treatment of diseases including rheumatoid arthritis, colitis and sepsis.

Researchers of the Year: The RECOVERY team

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The U.K.'s 's RECOVERY trial proved a cheap steroid could keep COVID-19 patients from dying, and showed two other widely considered drugs didn't work — crucial findings in a sprawling and sometimes messy global hunt for coronavirus treatments

Researchers find concerns for animals tied to same habitats

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Atmospheric Science animals concerns find habitats researchers tiedSome wildlife are stuck in their ways. Like humans, wild animals often return to the same places to eat, walk on the same paths to travel and use the same places to raise their young.

NIH, FDA spearhead broad partnership to speed gene therapy research

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The two institutions will work with drugmakers and non-profit groups on a wide-ranging initiative meant to make the complex treatments easier and less costly produce

Researchers discover fossil of new species of pangolin in Europe

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The 2nd International BioDesign Research Conference successful conclusion

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The 2nd International BioDesign Research Conference was held online by BioDesign Research in December 2021. Latest News 2nd BioDesign conclusion Conference international research successful

Icon to buy contract researcher PRA Health for $12B

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The cash-and-stock deal gives PRA shareholders roughly one-third ownership of the new company, which will be one of the larger providers of contract research support

Researchers use electron microscope to turn nanotube into tiny transistor

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An international team of researchers have used a unique tool inserted into an electron microscope to create a transistor that’s 25,000 times smaller than the width of a human hair. Chemistry AND Physics electron microscope Nanotube researchers Tiny transistor turn

Research reveals ancient Maya lessons on surviving drought

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Biology ancient drought lessons Maya research reveals survivingA new study casts doubt on drought as the driver of ancient Mayan civilization collapse. Credit: Thamizhpparithi Maari A new study casts doubt on drought as the driver of ancient Mayan civilization collapse.

Lokeshwar honored for excellence in urologic research

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1, 2021) – Dr. Vinata Lokeshwar, chair of the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University, is the recipient of the Society of Women in Urology/Society for Basic Urologic Research 2021 Award for Excellence in Urologic Research.

Epilepsy research boosts case for new gene therapy for Dravet syndrome

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Research from the University of Virginia School of Medicine suggests how a newly developed gene therapy can treat Dravet syndrome, a severe form of epilepsy, and potentially prolong survival for people with the condition. Biology boosts case Dravet epilepsy gene research syndrome therapy

Collins to step down as NIH head in transition for research agency

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After 12 years in the top job, the veteran director says a new scientist should assume leadership of the world's largest biomedical research institution

The Mark Foundation for cancer research announces 2021 ASPIRE awards

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The Mark Foundation for Cancer Research has selected twenty-five outstanding scientific research projects to receive 2021 ASPIRE Awards. Latest News announces ASPIRE awards cancer Foundation mark research

Case Western Reserve University research team identifies new mechanism for protecting DNA

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CLEVELAND—Researchers from Case Western Reserve University have identified a new mechanism by which a protein known for repairing damaged DNA also protects the integrity of DNA by preserving its structural shape.

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