OpenSPR-XT is a fully automated SPR instrument that every lab can afford. It provides researchers with analysis of binding kinetics and affinity of proteins, antibodies, nucleic acids, and more.
An interdisciplinary team of researchers has devised a new technique to speed up the development of novel vaccines.
When the cancer-causing Epstein-Barr virus moves into a B-cell of the human immune system, it tricks the cell into rapidly making more copies of itself, each of which will carry the virus.
Working with mice, researchers contributed significant new evidence to support the idea that high doses of cocaine kill brain cells by triggering overactive autophagy, a process in which cells literally digest their own insides. Their results, moreover, bring with them a possible antidote, an experimental compound dubbed CGP3466B.
Health officials say a baby born in a Hawaii hospital is the first in the U.S. with a birth defect linked to the Zika virus, a tropical illness currently found in Latin American and Caribbean countries.
Academic researchers work on average more than 60 hours per week, according to a Inside Higher Ed survey. Why? Many scientists feel the sacrifice is worth it, as they devote their lives to an overwhelmingly important and meaningful human pursuit. Why then would researchers jeopardize the legitimacy of their work over results that could be potentially irreproducible?
Welcome to Pipette Tip of the Week, where each week during the month of January we will bring you one or two pipetting tricks to help your technique in the lab.
Kindred Biosciences, a Burlingame, Calif.-based biopharmaceutical company is looking to bring human therapeutics to pets.
Thermo Scientific Precision water baths are designed to save valuable benchtop space with smaller footprints compared to previous models while maintaining excellent temperature uniformity and stability.
An international team of researchers said Sunday they will soon begin analyzing cosmic particles collected inside Egypt's Bent Pyramid to search for clues as to how it was built and learn more about the 4,600-year-old structure.
A team of neurosurgeons and engineers has developed wireless brain sensors that monitor intracranial pressure and temperature and then are absorbed by the body, negating the need for surgery to remove the devices.
Scientists have developed a tool to speed the design of molecular diagnostics that depend on the specific recognition of pathogen DNA and RNA.
It's cold season, and the miserable continue to trudge in, seeking antibiotics because of mucus turned green, or a cough that has nagged for weeks. Despite years of warnings, doctors still overprescribe antibiotics for acute respiratory infections even though most are caused by viruses that those drugs cannot help.
One of the greatest challenges associated with the growing numbers of aged adults is how to maintain a healthy aging mind. Taking up a new mental challenge such as digital photography or quilting may help maintain cognitive vitality, say researchers.
Scientists recently converged in Philadelphia for the American Epilepsy Society’s (AES) 69th Annual Meeting, touting new studies and insights in the field of epilepsy. Researchers discussed new findings, including personalized medicine, and the promise of Cannabidiol in human and animal studies.