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Researchers reveal protein found in human sweat could protect against Lyme disease

The bacterial infection transmitted by ticks affects nearly half a million people in the US every year. Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology...
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KCL researchers develop pipeline to create customisable cell culture device creations

The SOL3D pipeline addresses research challenges in relation to equipment, expertise and cost. Scientists from King’s College London’s (KCL) UK Dementia Research ...
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Roche partners with Cardiff researchers to uncover new research into dementia

Affecting 55 million people globally, dementia impairs the ability to remember, think or make decisions. Roche and the Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging C...
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Semarion introduces SemaCyte Multiplexing Platform to enhance cell assay data quality and speed during drug discovery

Expansion to SemaCyte Microcarrier platform enables optical barcoding and pooling of adherent cells to augment drug discovery high-content imaging and other screeni...
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Swedish researchers develop new AI computer model to detect lymphatic cancer

In the study, the Lymphoma Artificial Reader System accurately detected 90% of lymphatic cancers. Researchers from Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden hav...
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LogiPharma Launches Annual Playbook Featuring Big Pharma Data and Insights

Artificial Intelligence (AI), agility and sustainability are key issues facing the life sciences supply chain, according to LogiPharma’s highly anticipated annual Pl...
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Almac Sciences awarded Life Sciences Innovative Manufacturing Fund Grant

Grant awarded to support the expansion of Almac's small molecule API manufacturing plant Almac Sciences, a member of the Almac Group, has been awarded a L...
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Study reveals children with amblyopia are at higher risk of serious disease in adulthood

The neurodevelopmental condition affects up to four in 100 children. A new study led by researchers at University College London (UCL) and other collaborators has...
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Researchers use collected stem cells to grow cell models to advance prenatal medicine

CDH affects one in 5,000 babies born in the UK, impacting the foetus’ development of vital organs. Researchers from University College London (UCL) and Great Ormo...
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KCL joins new project launched by European consortium to improve newborn health

The HYPIEND project consists of 14 partners from eight European countries. King’s College London (KCL) has announced that it is one of 14 partners from eight Euro...
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