UCL Professor Mohan Edirisinghe completed a ‘hat trick’ of wins yesterday as he collected a 2013 Brian Mercer Feasibility award in a ceremony at the Royal Society.
The prize was awarded at the Society’s annual ‘Labs to Riches’ event, which… Read more »
When Alice Pyne starts talking about giving “crystallised virus structures” to school children, my heart skips a beat. Surely we’ve screwed up the next generation enough already without giving them the means to wage biological warfare.The virus in question, the… Read more »
A team of researchers from the Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP) and the Vienna University of Technology (both in Vienna, Austria) has developed a microscopy technique that enhances three-dimensional (3D) resolution. In a simple setup, the researchers used the translation… Read more »
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In developing nations, rural areas, and even one’s own home, limited access to expensive equipment and trained medical professionals can impede the diagnosis and treatment of disease. Many qualitative tests that provide a simple “yes” or “no” answer (like… Read more »
To map a person’s brain, just add water. This image showing a rainbow of intricate neural connections cradling a walnut-like tumour was made using diffusion tensor imaging, which tracks the movement of water molecules through brain cells.
This meeting is aimed at senior medical students and foundation trainees with an interest in pursuing a career in Orthopaedic surgery. Meeting objectives are: Day 1 – To get up to date information on the latest changes to the application… Read more »