Glowing plants may be the future of streetlights, indoor lighting, or even energy production. Researchers have developed several methods to make plants glow.
Radical theory examines how charged macromolecules self-assemble
The exchange of nutrients between the mother and fetus mirrored by ‘placenta-on-a-chip’
The master regulator behind the fungal infection of wheat identified
WEHI receives $2.5 million fund to develop personalized cancer treatments
Structure of family groups gives animals an incentive to help or harm as they age
Tiny DNA strand net in a low-cost test platform traps COVID-19 virus
How Important is Crime Scene Photography to Forensic Investigations?
Applying Chemistry to Solve Global Environmental Problems
Floating Autonomous Farms: The Future of Aquaculture?
Dr. Anneline Pinson and Prof. Dr. Wieland B. Huttner
AZoLifesciences speaks to Dr. Anneline Pinson and Prof. Dr. Wieland B. Huttner from The Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics about their latest research which found a greater neuron production in the frontal lobe during brain development in modern humans than Neandertals, due to the change of a single amino acid in the protein TKTL1.
Until recently, cells were typically counted on a reusable quartz hemocytometer. With the advent of automated cell counters 12-15 years ago, disposable slides became widespread.
Dr. Kerstin Hermuth-Kleinschmidt
As part of our SLAS Europe 2022 coverage, we speak to Dr. Kerstin Hermuth-Kleinschmidt, a sustainability consultant with NIUB, about improving sustainability in the life sciences to help create a healthier tomorrow.
Can we Create Glow in The Dark Plants?
Bottlenecks in Seaweed Production and Harvesting