In a world focused on pandemic response, including disease treatment and pharmaceutical production, not to mention genetic and cancer research, biosafety level-rated labs are critical.
In spite of the pandemic sweeping the globe this spring, blood donors from across Canada selflessly ventured out to save the life of a five-year-old girl.
As coronavirus continues to spread, researchers worldwide are searching for means to curb the disease. A vaccine would be the ideal weapon against the virus, but developing a vaccine is easier said than done.
Nearly 90 percent of healthcare providers are contributing to stockpiles of critical medical supplies and drugs intended to last up to 90 days, but many of them are still experiencing supply shortages, according to a recent survey conducted by Premier.
Researchers have discovered that Mediterranean populations may be more susceptible to an autoinflammatory disease because of evolutionary pressure to survive the bubonic plague.
In new research from the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM), scientists have shown that bioengineered uteri supported fertilization, fetal development, and live birth with normal offspring.
Only a decade ago, a mass spectrometer may have looked out of place in a clinical laboratory.
Researchers at Stanford University are developing a new insulin formulation that begins to take effect almost immediately upon injection, potentially working four times as fast as current commercial fast-acting insulin formulations.
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