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Scientists identify microbe that could help degrade polyurethane-based plastics

There may be a small answer to one of the biggest problems on the planet.

Thu 26 Mar 20 from Phys.org

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Cellular train track deformities shed light on neurological disease

A new technique allows researchers to test how the deformation of tiny train track-like cell proteins affects their function. The findings could clarify the roles of deformed "microtubules" ...

Fri 27 Mar 20 from Phys.org

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Understanding variable stability and mechanical resilience in streptavidin-biotin binding

Recent research by Rafael C. Bernardi at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign examines why a common tool in biotechnologythe binding of streptavidin to biotinshows different mechanical ...

Thu 26 Mar 20 from Phys.org

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Food delivery: which online grocery delivery services have slots this weekend?

Supermarkets are under strain as more people look to use online food delivery services.

16 hours ago from Techradar

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Experiments in mice and human cells shed light on best way to deliver nanoparticle therapy for cancer

Researchers in the cancer nanomedicine community debate whether use of tiny structures, called nanoparticles, can best deliver drug therapy to tumors passivelyallowing the nanoparticles to ...

Thu 26 Mar 20 from Phys.org

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Making sense of cells: Model determines which techniques cells employ to increase sensitivity

The body's ability to detect disease, foreign material, and the location of food sources and toxins is all determined by a cocktail of chemicals that surround cells, as well as the cells' ability ...

Thu 26 Mar 20 from Phys.org

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Research paves way to improved cleanup of contaminated groundwater

Beads that contain bacteria and a slow-release food supply to sustain them can clean up contaminated groundwater for months on end, maintenance free, research by Oregon State University shows.

Wed 25 Mar 20 from Phys.org

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A genetic nano-toolkit for the generation of new biomaterials

Magnetic bacteria might soon be used for the production of novel biomaterials. A team of microbiologists at the University of Bayreuth led by Prof. Dr. Dirk Schler developed a modular system ...

Wed 25 Mar 20 from Phys.org

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Cornea-on-a-chip simulates blinking of the eye

While scientists have successfully produced various "organ-on-a-chip" models of body parts, the eye is particularly challenging, as a tear film is regularly moved across its surface as we blink. ...

Wed 25 Mar 20 from Gizmag

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World-first ultrasound biosensor promises real-time tumor tracking

Ultrasound has become an indispensable tool for showing us internal structures of the human body, but could it come to offer a far more detailed and dynamic picture as the body responds to drugs ...

Wed 25 Mar 20 from Gizmag

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