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Precision radiotherapy: Our most effective cancer treatment

David Bloomfield, Consultant in Clinical Oncology Sussex Cancer Centre, argues that precision radiotherapy is our most effective cancer treatment and should be available to everyone with cancer, but workforce planning is failing our patients.
The nuclear architecture of cancer cells

The nuclear architecture of cancer cells

The nuclear architecture of the genome describes the structural order of the genetic information in our cells. It is like a house that protects the family in it, and each room in this house has a role to play, like the kitchen or the living room.
IVF treatment in a Petri dish, transferring embryo cell DNA

What is the science behind IVF failure?

Researchers find that IVF failure is commonly due to spontaneous errors in the early phases of cell division which causes so many human embryos to fail to develop.
DNA motors

Computerized DNA motors are moving molecular robotics to the next level

Researchers have developed DNA motors with the ability to sense and process chemical information – mimicking the basic properties of living cells
scuba3, hair loss

SCUBE3 as a treatment for hair loss and alopecia

SCUBE3, a signalling molecule, could be used as a therapeutic treatment against hair loss and androgenetic alopecia for women and men.
Department of Neurosciences - Cleveland Clinic

Researching neurosciences the DeSilva Laboratory

Dr Tara DeSilva discusses her work in neurosciences at the Cleveland Clinic and Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
covid-19 infection model

Is human blood better than cell lines as a COVID-19 infection model?

Y-h. Taguchi, a professor at Chuo University, looks toward a COVID-19 infection model which uses human patients blood who have been infected by COVID-19.
mouse model, cutaneous leishmaniasis, vaccination

Lessons from the mouse model of cutaneous leishmaniasis

Peter Bretscher, from the University of Saskatchewan looks at whether mouse models of cutaneous leishmaniasis are pertinent for vaccination against and treatment of AIDS, infectious diseases, and cancer.
better health for all, CIHR

CIHR: Supporting better health for all Canadians

CIHR was created in 2000 as an independent funding agency to provide leadership and support to health researchers and trainees across Canada, promoting better health for all.
Osteogenesis Imperfecta, bone cell function

The future of living with Osteogenesis Imperfecta

CEO of Brittle Bone Society Patricia Osborne, revisits aspects of the condition and shares what is known around current medical research and treatments, speaking to experts attached to the Charity.
genomic instability, 3d imaging

Visualising genomic instability in cancer

Sabine Mai and Aline Rangel-Pozzo from CancerCare Manitoba Research Institute, The University of Manitoba, explore how 3D imaging and quantitative analysis provide key insights into genomic instability.
bacterial cells, evolutionary biology

Finding innovative ways to deal with bacteria

Professor of Evolutionary Biology Ashleigh S. Griffin discusses harnessing the power of evolutionary process instead of fighting it, particularly regarding bacterial cells and cooperation.
next generation sequencing, DNA

Next generation sequencing in tissues: Towards in situ multiomics

Recent years have seen an increase in techniques developed for spatial transcriptomics, enabling gene expression patterns to be uncovered within intact, three-dimensional tissues.
genetic instructions

Study finds genetic instructions for cells that aid crop climate tolerance

A new US study funded by the National Science Foundation, reveals how plants resist climate stressors like flooding or drought.

miRNA-based therapeutics to treat Glioblastoma at Johns Hopkins Medical Institute in Baltimore

Dr. Hernando Lopez-Bertoni discusses the development of innovative molecular therapeutics using miRNAs to treat high-grade brain tumours.
Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering

Next Generation Sequencing Within Biological Tissues – Richie Kohman at the Wyss Institute

Richie Kohman, Synthetic Biology Platform Lead at the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering discusses his work on Next Generation Sequencing within biological tissues The Synthetic Biology Platform at the Wyss Institute is innovating the use of Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) to study intact biological tissues.  NGS is one of...
plasticity in biology

Constancy & plasticity in biology – the central role of hierarchical causal models

Ute Deichmann of the Jacques Loeb Centre for the History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences at Ben-Gurion University, explores the role hierarchical causal models have on constancy and plasticity in biology.
regenerative cell therapeutics

The future of regenerative cell therapeutics

Tobias Deuse, Cardiac Surgeon and Scientist at University of California San Francisco, reveals to us the future of regenerative cell therapeutics.
brain tissue, neuron

Next Generation Sequencing: The analysis of synthetic biology signatures in brain tissue

Richie Kohman, Synthetic Biology Platform Lead, Wyss Institute at Harvard, tells us all about Next Generation Sequencing in analysing synthetic biology signatures in brain tissue.
huntington's disease research, cell biology

Huntington’s disease (HD) research

Dr. James E Goldman and Dr. Osama Al-Dalahmah from the Department of Pathology and Cell Biology at Columbia University, provide an in-depth perspective on Huntington’s disease (HD) research.

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