New polysomnography electrode set enables easy at-home assessment of sleep bruxism

Credit: Tomi Miettinen An easy-to-use electrode set can assess sleep bruxism severity as well as a conventional polysomnography, a new study from the University of Eastern Finland...

A CNIO-led European study confirms diabetes type 3c as an early manifestation of pancreatic...

Credit: CNIO As biomedical sciences incorporate increasingly sophisticated methodologies and technologies, our understanding of diseases improves. Diabetes is a clear example since new classifications are being added...

Unraveling turbulence

New insights into how fluids transform from order to disorder Credit: Video courtesy of Harvard SEAS Turbulence is everywhere — it rattles our planes and makes tiny whirlpools...

Tailor-made prosthetic liners could help more amputees walk again

Researchers at the University of Bath have developed a new way of designing and manufacturing bespoke prosthetic liners, in less than a day Credit: University of Bath Researchers at the University of Bath have developed a...

MicroRNA Biomarkers Make Melanoma Diagnosis More Objective

Melanoma is the least common type of skin cancer but one of the most deadly, and the survival rate for advanced disease is just 20%. Although melanoma is curable when detected early, diagnosis is...

Microbiomes of Lab Mice Take a Walk on the Wild Side

National Institutes of Health scientists have developed a new mouse model that could help to improve the relevance of these invaluable laboratory test animals to human health and disease, and the development of human...

€60M Investment to Boost Oxford Biomedica’s Gene and Cell Therapies

The Danish investor Novo Holdings is handing Oxford Biomedica up to €60.6M (£53.5M) to develop gene and cell therapies treating cancer and genetic blindness. The investment will bag Novo Holdings a stake of up to...

Biotechnology Market: Competitive Landscape and Recent Industry Development Analysis 2017 – 2025 – Online...

Biotechnology Market Overview:  A team of seasoned and experienced analysts at TMR Research provides customized reports to serve exact business requirements of customers.  The business intelligence report from TMR Research is an all-important tool that enables...

Pathogens may have facilitated the evolution of warm-blooded animals

Fever may be less effective at repelling infections in cold-blooded creatures Credit: Michael Logan Six hundred million years ago, fever appeared in animals as a response to infections: the higher body temperatures optimized their immune systems....

Scientists decipher transcriptome of drumstick tree by RNA sequencing

Did you ever wonder why our grandmothers insisted on having a Tulsi plant (Holy Basil) in front of the house and a Moringa (Drumstick) tree in the backyard? Each and every part of the...

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