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Smart robotic implant developed to treat rare birth defect

Oesophageal atresia is a rare genetic disease, in which the upper and lower sections of a baby's oesophagus don't connect ľ there's a gap between them. Scientists from the University ...

Thu 18 Jan 18 from Gizmag

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Designing the next generation of hair dyes

North Carolina State University researchers have created the largest publicly available chemical database of hair dye substances as a resource for developing a new generation of hair color products ...

Wed 17 Jan 18 from Phys.org

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Blasting dental plaque with microbubbles

Tooth loss can cause many inconveniences. Dental implants such as crowns, however, have allowed people to overcome most of these and live a better quality of life. But just like normal teeth, ...

Fri 19 Jan 18 from Medical Xpress

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Popular tool for drug discovery just got 10 times faster

Researchers at Purdue University just made high throughput screening, a process often used in drug discovery, 10 times faster than previous methods.

Thu 18 Jan 18 from Phys.org

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A nanoparticle inhalant for treating heart disease

A team of researchers from Italy and Germany has developed a nanoparticle inhalant for treating people suffering from heart disease. In their paper published in the journal Science Translational ...

Thu 18 Jan 18 from Medical Xpress

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Scientists synthesize nanoparticle-antioxidants to treat strokes and spinal cord injuries

An international science team has developed an innovative therapeutic complex based on multi-layer polymer nanostructures of superoxide dismutase (SOD). The new substance can be used to effectively ...

Wed 17 Jan 18 from Phys.org

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Snapshot of DNA repair

DNA is like the computer code of the body, and it must be preserved for our bodies to survive. Yet, as cells grow and change, DNA is vulnerable to defects, especially double strand breaks (DSBs). ...

Tue 16 Jan 18 from Phys.org

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Researchers use 3-D microtube platform to study lumen formation

A team of scientists from Singapore and France, led by Professor Lim Chwee Teck, Principal Investigator at the Mechanobiology Institute, Singapore and the Department of Biomedical Engineering ...

Tue 16 Jan 18 from Phys.org

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Scientists use vibrations within cells to identify their mechanical properties

Scientists at UniversitÚ de MontrÚal have developed a unique technique to map, on a scale of milliseconds, the elasticity of the components inside a cell.

Tue 16 Jan 18 from Phys.org

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Researchers program biomaterials with 'logic gates' that release therapeutics in response to environmental triggers

Drug treatments can save lives, but sometimes they also carry unintended costs. After all, the same therapeutics that target pathogens and tumors can also harm healthy cells.

Mon 15 Jan 18 from Phys.org

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