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Taking inspiration from a small purple flower found in the tropics, University of Bath scientists have successfully created a new tool that could help to create more stable, efficient and cost-effective drugs.
Dipsadine Snake Skull Shapes Tell the Tale of Adaptation
Breakthrough Research in Leishmaniasis Reveals Pain-Suppression Pathways
The Secret Weapon of Pitcher Plants: How Polyploidy Stimulates Evolution of New Functions
Soil to Oil: The Agricultural Science Behind High-Quality Hemp Extracts
Toxicokinetics and Metabolism: Understanding the Fate of Toxins in Biological Systems
What Can NMR Spectroscopy Reveal About Protein Structures?
Exploring the Potential of Big Data in Biotechnology
The Benefits of Fluorescence Sensors in Cellular Biology
Systems Biology in Drug Development
Dr. Ruth Kroschewski
We speak to Dr. Ruth Kroschewski about new research that details the existence of an 'exclusome', a cytoplasmic container that appears to explain where extra-chromosomal DNA goes once it is in a cell.
Mark Van Oene, PacBio
We speak with Mark Van Oene, Chief Operating Officer at PacBio, on the company's cutting-edge Onso system and its role in advancing genomics research. The Onso system is poised to expand applications in genomics, including liquid biopsy, and improve sensitivity in variant detection.
A full sequence of the Y chromosome, a feat that has challenged scientists for years, has been accomplished for the first time. In this interview, we speak to Dylan Taylor about this impactful research and how it may shape our understanding of human genetics.