Technology enables sampling of an individual’s microbiome over time to observe changes associated with different illnesses or different diets
Trained on patient data, the open-source algorithm can aid hematological diagnoses and even genetic analyses.
Researchers at Lund University and Gothenburg University have successfully developed temporary, organic electrodes that can be seamlessly integrated into biological systems.
Initial results are promising for a Brain Canada funded preliminary rTMS study at the Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre
The dynamic interplay where high-performance computing meets biophysical exploration
Diabetes is a condition in which the body produces too little or no insulin. Diabetics thus depend on an external supply of this hormone via injection or pump.
Exploring New Strategies for Burkholderia cepacia Complex Infections.
A PNA–DNA duplex helps differentiate contaminants from pure DNA molecules quickly, efficiently
The time has come to understand the impacts of microplastics in soil and agriculture
Researchers are developing a national epitope-matching protocol to reduce organ transplant complications.