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Microbial production – like magic

Automation accelerates adaptive lab evolution

Microbial production – like magic

08/06/2018 - Microorganisms used as “production plants” for active ingredients are an important asset in the sustainable bioeconomy toolkit. But how can production strains be manipulated most efficiently for optimal performance in the process? A new approach is based on miniaturization and automation. read...

Chromatography: Size Matters

Size Exclusion Chromatography and UHPLC

Chromatography: Size Matters

08/06/2018 - Quick and straightforward, aqueous size exclusion chromatography (SEC) has become a mainstay for the analysis of protein aggregates in the biopharmaceutical industry. Coupling SEC with advanced detection, such as mass spectrometry, light scattering or surface plasmon resonance, makes it a versatile tool for numerous applications beyond aggregate analysis. read...

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Enzymes as Power Source for Medical Implants

Germany: Biofuel Cells

Enzymes as Power Source for Medical Implants

Scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Stuttgart, together with an international team of researchers, found a way to boost the energy output of biofuel cells by storing and bundling the energy of many spontaneous enzyme reactions. read...

Taking a Peak at Nanoclusters

UK: Nanoscale Research

Taking a Peak at Nanoclusters

Using the latest developments in microscopy, experts in the Nanoscale and Microscale Research Centre (nmRC) at the University of Nottingham have taken a first peak into the private life of atomic clusters. read...

Mechanism for ALS Disease Discovered

Sweden: Biosciences

Mechanism for ALS Disease Discovered

A mechanism for how the disease ALS evolves has been discovered at Umeå University, Sweden. The discovery concerns how proteins with a defect structure spread the deformation to other proteins. The discovery can open up for novel pharmaceutical developments in the future. read...

Climate-Friendly Propane Heat Pumps

Germany: Heat Pumps

Climate-Friendly Propane Heat Pumps

Fraunhofer researchers have now contributed to the development of a heat pump that uses propane instead of harmful fluorinated greenhouse gases. The pump is both more climate-friendly and more efficient, the scientists claim. read...

Lifestyle Diseases Started 12.5 Million Years Ago

Germany: Nutritional Science

Lifestyle Diseases Started 12.5 Million Years Ago

A team of scientists found that the fruits likely consumed by the earliest representative of African apes and human in early winter had a high sugar and especially fructose content. This in turn led to the formation of body fat due to the lack of uricase in the metabolism. read...

Labvolution Award To Honor Real-World Solutions

Germany: Lab Technology

Labvolution Award To Honor Real-World Solutions

Labvolution, Europe’s trade fair for laboratory technology, will for the first time next year award prizes for examples of best practice. The newly created Labvolution Award is aimed specifically at users from the laboratory sector, i.e. laboratories, research groups, or deserving individuals. It honors outstanding improvements that deliver significant benefits for laboratory work and processes. read...

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Taking a Peak at Nanoclusters

UK: Nanoscale Research

Taking a Peak at Nanoclusters

10.09.18 - Using the latest developments in microscopy, experts in the Nanoscale and Microscale Research Centre (nmRC) at the University of Nottingham have taken a first peak into the private life of atomic clusters. read...

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