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22 May 2018 - 25 May 2018
26 May 2018 - 27 May 2018
04 Jun 2018 - 07 Jun 2018

Lab Technologies

Image: A micrograph showing an array of nanospears prior to release for delivery of genetic information to cells (Photo courtesy of UCLA).

Nanospear Technology Developed for Directed Gene Therapy

A novel delivery system for macromolecular compounds such as genes depends on nanoscale splinter-like structures that have been termed "nanopsears." More...
29 Mar 2018
Image: A version of the CapioCyte technology used in the study, which directs the flow of a small amount of patient\'s blood through a chamber lined with tumor cell-capturing proteins (Photo courtesy of Michael Poellman, University of Wisconsin).

Innovations Increase Sensitivity of CTC Detection

Innovations in the methodology used to collect circulating tumor cells (CTCs) from blood specimens will allow reliable monitoring of CTC changes during and after treatment. More...
28 Mar 2018
Image: A novel technology that could be used to evaluate new drugs and detect possible side effects before the drugs are tested in humans is based on a microfluidic platform that connects engineered tissues from up to 10 organs (Photo courtesy of Felice Frankel).

Virtual Model Set to Boost Drug Development Efforts

A novel "physiome-on-a-chip" platform is expected to aid drug developers by combining several "organ-on-a-chip" nodes into an in vitro model of a functioning organism. More...
27 Mar 2018
Image: A three-dimensional-printed chess king shrinking and growing as water temperatures change (Photo courtesy of Daehoon Han, Rutgers University).

3D Hydrogel Structures Developed for Biomedical Use

A team of biomedical engineers developed a three-dimensional printing method for stimuli-responsive hydrogels that may enable many new applications in diverse areas, including flexible sensors and actuators, bio-medical devices, and tissue engineering. More...
13 Feb 2018
Image: The structure of a single unit and how eight units fit together (above); electron microscopic views of a printed and set eight-unit structure (below) (Photo courtesy of Imperial College London).

Soft Hydrogel Structures Developed for Organ Regeneration Studies

A team of British bioengineers has developed a novel cryogenics-based three-dimensional printing technique for producing soft biological structures that mimic the mechanical properties of organs such as the brain and lungs. More...
25 Jan 2018
Image: A three-dimensional hydrogel construct fabricated through drop-on-drop multi-material bio-printing (Photo courtesy of Osaka University).

Cross-linked Hydrogels Developed for 3D Printing

A team of Japanese biomedical engineers has developed a novel, enzyme-based three-dimensional printing method that enables in vitro growth of complex cellular structures. More...
08 Jan 2018
Image: The new assay is intended to solve the problem of false positive results that are frequently obtained when evaluating chemical compounds and potential drugs for their potential to cause genetic damage (Photo courtesy of Shutterstock).

Transcriptomic Biomarker Assay Developed for Genetic Toxicology Testing

A new in vitro test was designed to solve the problem of false positive results that are frequently obtained when evaluating chemical compounds and potential drugs for their potential to cause genetic damage. More...
20 Dec 2017

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