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Alexandra Knauer awarded as a female entrepreneur role model
26.05.2020 07:00
Alexandra Knauer, managing director and owner of the Berlin-based laboratory instrumentation manufacturer KNAUER, has been recognized by the jury of the "Frauen unternehmen" initiative ("Women Entrep...
Public Value Carries Startups Through the Crisis
26.05.2020 07:00
Every year, HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management and the auditing firm Ernst & Young (EY) hand out awards to young companies offering solutions for societal challenges through their products and...
Scientists identify chemicals in noxious weed that 'disarm' deadly bacteria
26.05.2020 07:00
Scientists have identified specific compounds from the Brazilian peppertree -- a weedy, invasive shrub in Florida -- that reduce the virulence of antibiotic-resistant staph bacteria. Scientific Repor...
Roche acquires Stratos Genomics
25.05.2020 07:00
Roche announced that it has acquired Stratos Genomics, an early-stage sequencing technology company to advance the development of Roche’s nanopore sequencer. The acquisition provides Roche access t...
Rolling into the deep
25.05.2020 07:00
A team of scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems (MPI-IS) in Stuttgart invented a tiny microrobot that resembles a white blood cell travelling through the circulatory system...
Scientists discover a gene to stay thin
25.05.2020 07:00
An international team of researchers with the participation of IMBA - Institute of Molecular Biotechnology of the Austrian Academy of Sciences – reports the discovery of a thinness gene - ALK – c...
Breaking down stubborn cellulose in time lapse
22.05.2020 02:00
Researchers at TU Graz in Austria have for the first time ever succeeded in visualizing at the single-molecule level the processes involved in a biological nanomachine, known as the cellulosome, as i...
On our way to the bio-economy: High-performance biocatalyst discovered
22.05.2020 02:00
In the bioeconomy, biotechnological processes are replacing processes that rely on fossil resources. Microorganisms and enzymes are being used in targeted fashion as biocatalysts for industrial produ...
Nature Unveiling Herself Before Science
22.05.2020 02:00
21st century societal challenges such as demographic developments and an ageing population demand for new functional materials, such as for bone prostheses. Nature often serves as inspiration when de...
Interorganellar signals regulate longevity
20.05.2020 10:33
As people get older, they often feel less energetic, mobile or active. This may be due in part to a decline in mitochondria, the tiny powerhouses inside of our cells, which provide energy and regulat...
Kitchen sponge microbiome: What doesn't kill you, makes you tougher!
20.05.2020 07:00
During the corona crisis, household and kitchen hygiene is particularly important as many people are at home more, and are cooking for themselves more often, but at the same time are very conscious o...
When proteins work together, but travel alone
20.05.2020 07:00
Proteins, the microscopic “workhorses” that perform all the functions essential to life, are team players: in order to do their job, they often need to assemble into precise structures called pro...
Wily pathogens
19.05.2020 11:53
Specialized pathogens do not only passively stick to the human mucosa. As a research team at the University of Konstanz has now discovered, they also use the gas nitric oxide (NO) to communicate with...
Controlling cells with light
19.05.2020 11:39
Photopharmacology investigates the use of light to switch the effect of drugs on and off. Now, for the first time, scientific teams from Jena, Munich, and New York have succeeded in using this method...
CD4+ Cells in the Fast Lane
19.05.2020 07:00
CAR-T cells are T lymphocytes, which exist naturally in the human body. They are genetically modified outside the body to equip them with a new function to kill cancer cells when they are returned to...
“Off-road” mode enables mobile cells to move freely
18.05.2020 11:45
Cancer cells and leukocytes are able to move through tissue and organs quickly. However, it is not fully understood how these mobile cells manage to travel and survive far away from their place of or...
Missing component of innate immune signaling identified
18.05.2020 07:00
How cells recognize pathogens and alert the immune system swiftly is a fundamental process of high importance for the survival of any species, including humans. A key role is ascribed to so-called ad...
Designing vaccines from artificial proteins
18.05.2020 07:00
Vaccines are one of the most effective interventions to prevent the spreading of infectious diseases. They trigger the immune system to produce antibodies that protect us against infection. However, ...
Eppendorf significantly expands capacities for the production of consumables
15.05.2020 14:00
The Eppendorf Group is expanding its production capacity at the Oldenburg in Holstein site in Germany by building two additional production halls. As a result, Eppendorf Polymere GmbH, a wholly owned...
CureVac's coronavirus vaccine candidate shows positive pre-clinical results at low dose
15.05.2020 11:57
CureVac AG announced positive pre-clinical results at a low dose for its lead vaccine candidate against the novel Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2). The data showed a fast induction of a balanced immune respo...
Researcher Develops One Minute Coronavirus Test
15.05.2020 07:00
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev's Prof. Gabby Sarusi has developed and is now validating a test that identifies carriers of the COVID-19 virus in less than a minute with greater than 90% accuracy ...
Light drives injection
15.05.2020 07:00
When bacteria such as Salmonella or Yersinia cause fever, diarrhoea or abdominal pain, tiny "injection needles" are at work: their type 3 secretion system, or T3SS for short, shoots bacterial virulen...
Riesling for the immune system?
15.05.2020 07:00
We all know that excessive consumption of alcohol is bad for our health. Moderate quantities of alcohol, however, can be beneficial to our health in some circumstances. In a paper published in Nature...
A new, highly sensitive chemical sensor uses protein nanowires
15.05.2020 07:00
Writing in the journal NanoResearch, a team at the University of Massachusetts Amherst reports that they have developed bioelectronic ammonia gas sensors that are among the most sensitive ever made. ...
Single-cell RNA seq method developed to accurately quantify cell-specific drug effects in pancreatic islets
14.05.2020 07:01
Researchers from Stefan Kubicek’s and Christoph Bock’s groups, at the CeMM Research Center for Molecular Medicine of the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna, have developed a method to accurat...
Platelets exacerbate immune response
14.05.2020 07:01
Platelets not only play a key role in blood clotting, but can also significantly intensify inflammatory processes. This is shown by a new study carried out by scientists from the University of Bonn t...
How COVID-19 kills
14.05.2020 07:01
COVID-19, the disease caused by coronavirus SARS-Cov-2, has infected over 4 million people in 212 countries, of whom at least 272,000 have died. The ongoing economic and social impact of the pandemic...
Corona: vaccination without a needle?
14.05.2020 07:00
The Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces in Potsdam and the Technology Transfer Fund KHAN-I are developing a vaccine procedure for SARS-CoV2 together with the Lead Discovery Center in Dort...
Lighting the path for cells
13.05.2020 12:21
ETH researchers have developed a new method in which they use light to draw patterns of molecules that guide living cells. The approach allows for a closer look at the development of multicellular or...
Magnetic nanopropellers deliver genetic material to cells
13.05.2020 07:00
An interdisciplinary team of scientists from Stuttgart, Heidelberg, and London developed miniature magnetic nanopropellers that can deliver genetic material to cells. They used a magnetic material th...
Frankincense reprograms inflammatory enzyme
13.05.2020 07:00
A research team from the University of Jena and Louisiana State University (USA) has clarified the molecular mechanism behind the anti-inflammatory effect of a natural product from frankincense resin...
New x-ray method for Corona diagnosis ready for patient testing
12.05.2020 07:01
Researchers at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have developed an innovative x-ray method for lung diagnostics, which they now plan to test in one of its first applications for diagnosis of t...
More Selective Elimination of Leukemia Stem Cells and Blood Stem Cells
12.05.2020 07:00
Hematopoietic stem cells from a healthy donor can help patients suffering from acute leukemia. However, the side effects of therapies are often severe. A group of researchers led by the University of...
Stretched beyond the limits
12.05.2020 07:00
It is a common phenomenon we know from cracked sneakers and burst tyres, and when it occurs it is usually in the wrong place at the wrong time: worn-out materials can cause anything from mild annoyan...
Chemistry breakthrough could speed up drug development
12.05.2020 07:00
Scientists have successfully developed a new technique to reliably grow crystals of organic soluble molecules from nanoscale droplets, unlocking the potential of accelerated new drug development. Che...
Prostate cancer treatment may protect from COVID-19
11.05.2020 07:00
Androgen-​deprivation therapy could protect against infection with SARS-​CoV-2 and against severe disease progression. This is suggested by a study led by a professor from the Università della S...
Unexpectedly potent protein droplets
11.05.2020 07:00
Repeats of individual building blocks within proteins are the cause of many hereditary diseases, but how such repeats actually cause disease is still largely unknown. Researchers in Berlin investigat...
Researchers explain the transmission routes of SARS-CoV-2 on beaches and in swimming pools
11.05.2020 02:00
Researchers from the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) have drafted a report that compiles the current state of knowledge on how the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which causes Covid-19 disease, is transmi...
Lipid Metabolism Controls Brain Development
11.05.2020 02:00
A lipid metabolism enzyme controls brain stem cell activity and lifelong brain development. If the enzyme does not work correctly, it causes learning and memory deficits in humans and mice, as resear...
Programming with the Light Switch
08.05.2020 11:17
In the development of autonomous systems and materials, self-assembling molecular structures controlled by chemical reaction networks are increasingly important. However, there is a lack of simple ex...
Comprehensive genetic characterization of primary immunodeficiency
08.05.2020 07:00
So-called primary immunodeficiencies (PID) are a group of rare immune system deficiencies, which are based on a malfunction of the immune system. Among other things, they can lead to recurring and of...
Division of labour on the surface of bacteria
08.05.2020 07:00
Bacteria of the species Thermus thermophilus possess two types of extensions on their surface (pili) for the purpose of motion and for capturing and absorbing DNA from their environment. This has bee...
Protective shield: How pathogens withstand acidic environments in the body
07.05.2020 16:58
Certain bacteria, including the dangerous nosocomial pathogen MRSA, can protect themselves from acidic conditions in our body and thus ensure their survival. Researchers at the Biozentrum of the Univ...
Using mini colons to detect functional differences and weaknesses of colorectal cancer
07.05.2020 07:00
One of the main features of colorectal cancer is that there are considerable differences between the tumors of individual patients - at genetic level and hence in terms of the response to treatment t...
Biofuel for ships
07.05.2020 07:00
The combustion of conventional fossil fuels accounts for a large share of global CO2 emissions. A great deal of criticism is levelled against cruise and merchant ships for polluting the environment w...
Energy of the future: photosynthetic hydrogen from bacteria
06.05.2020 11:44
The transition from fossil fuels to a renewable energy supply is one of the most important global challenges of the 21st century. In order to achieve the internationally-agreed target of limiting glo...
Print your own laboratory-grade microscope for US$18
06.05.2020 09:41
For the first time, labs around the world can 3D print their own precision microscopes to analyse samples and detect diseases , thanks to an open-source design created at the University of Bath. The ...
Ticks can transmit the bacterium Coxiella burnetii
06.05.2020 07:00
Researchers from the Fraunhofer Institute for Cell Therapy and Immunology IZI were able to prove that ticks transmit the Q fever pathogen. Tick feces, which contain high concentrations of the bacteri...
Breakthrough in molecular machines
06.05.2020 07:00
Molecules are some of life's most basic building blocks. When they work together in the right way, they become molecular machines that can solve the most amazing tasks. They are essential for all org...
How to Put Neurons into Cages
05.05.2020 14:00
Using microscopically fine 3D printing technologies from TU Wien (Vienna) and sound waves used as tweezers at Stanford University (California), tiny networks of neurons have been created. Microscopic...
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