Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh have recently found that stem cells from teeth can be used to repair eyes.Read More
Drugs for HIV have become adept at suppressing infection, but they still can’t eliminate it. That’s because the medication in these pills doesn’t touch the virus’ hidden reserves, which lie dormant within infected white blood cells. Unlock the secrets of this pool of latent virus, scientists believe, and it may become possible to cure – not just control – HIV.Read More
A recent study performed by a group of scientists led by Suckjoon Jun of the University of California at San Diego, and including Petra Levin, associate professor of biology at Washington University in St. Louis, found that rather than doubling in size every generation, each bacteria cell added the same volume (or mass; the term reflects the measurement technique). Crucially a cell that was small added the same volume as a cell that was large.Read More
In a recent article published by the American Physical Society a study was performed that may help us further understand the best ways in which to influence knowledge societies. According to a study done by Northwestern University, adoption of innovations, whether new ideas, technologies, or products, is crucially important to these knowledge societies.Read More
Other than skin cancer, prostate cancer is the most common cancer in American men. The American Cancer Society’s estimates for prostate cancer in the United States for 2014 are:
- About 233,000 new cases of prostate cancer will be diagnosed
- About 29,480 men will die of prostate cancer
- About 1 man in 7 will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during his lifetime.
- Prostate cancer occurs mainly in older men. About 6 cases in 10 are diagnosed in men aged 65 or older, and it is rare before age 40.
Join us in 2015 for our 18th Semiannual BioResearch Product Faire™ at Rockefeller University
Take a look at what Rockefeller University is doing in the world of life science research! Funding stats like these reveal the need for innovation and cutting edge lab tools to make prodigious research a possibility.
- Multi-year $600 million initiative will fund new shared equipment and services to support research in more than a dozen Rockefeller University labs working to understand the mechanisms of stem cells
- Rockefeller University receives $25 million fund for drug discovery
- $15 million gift from Helmsley Trust to fund research on digestive deseases
However, money can only get you so far, keep reading to see what world renowned research is taking place at Rockefeller University and take some time to read about recent research news.Read More
Welcome to the 2015 lab product sales year. With costs and competition increasing, and budgets decreasing, it is more important than ever to connect with the top researchers in the top funded research markets in a meaningful way.Read More
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