Biotecnología

Biotecnología

Reducing treatment-related complication for blood cancer patients
08/01/2021 - Researchers have now accomplished a breakthrough in table-top generation of femtosecond X-ray pulses by demonstrating a stable pulse train at kilohertz repetition rate with a total flux of some 10^12...
Study: E-Cigarettes Trigger Inflammation in the Gut
08/01/2021 - Chemicals used for vaping break down zipper-like junctions between cells in the gut, leading to chronic inflammation and potential for other health concerns.
COVID-19 outcomes for patients on immunosuppressive drugs on par with non-immunosuppressed patients, study finds
08/01/2021 - Impaired intelligence, movement disorders and developmental delays are typical for a group of rare diseases that belong to GPI anchor deficiencies. Researchers now used genetic engineering methods to...
Delivering the news with humor makes young adults more likely to remember and share
08/01/2021 - Researchers develop lab tool to mimic conditions in intestines, giving them a mechanical model for the real-time growth of bacterial infections.
Indoor farming startup AppHarvest hires Impossible Foods CFO as president
08/01/2021 - Ag tech and indoor farming company AppHarvest has appointed Impossible Foods CFO David Lee as president to lead its strategy, sales, marketing and finance, and operations management functions.
Protein that can be toxic in the heart and nerves may help prevent Alzheimer's
08/01/2021 - In a study to examine a Mediterranean diet in relation to prostate cancer progression in men on active surveillance, researchers found that men with localized prostate cancer who reported a baseline...
Reimagined ramen? immi creates 'better-for-you' version of instant noodles
08/01/2021 - New brand immi is aiming to bring instant ramen into a new 'better-for-you' era with the launch of its high-protein, low-carb, noodles to shake up the stagnant instant ramen category.
Fundamental study on the Kondo effect
08/01/2021 - A study led by Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health researchers examines attitudes toward long-acting injectable (LAI) HIV therapies, among women with a history of injection--including...
Cost-conscious consumers’ embrace of bulk packaging, private label reshapes competitive landscape
08/01/2021 - More consumers suffering from the economic fallout of the pandemic will prioritize value when grocery shopping this year â forcing brands to rethink packaging and fueling private label innovation...
World's fastest optical neuromorphic processor
08/01/2021 - El Niño events have long been perceived as a driver for low rainfall in the winter and spring in Hawai'i, creating a six-month wet-season drought. However, a recent study revealed the...
Barley protein emerging as attractive new option in plant protein toolbox, says AB InBev-backed upcycling startup EverGrain
08/01/2021 - Barley proteins and fibers could make an attractive new addition to the food formulatorâs toolbox in everything from bread and pasta to plant-based milks, says EverGrain, a new company backed by...
Experts tap into behavioral research to promote COVID-19 vaccination in the United States
08/01/2021 - Engineering researchers have developed a new technique for eliminating particularly tough blood clots, using engineered nanodroplets and an ultrasound 'drill' to break up the clots from the...
Air Protein raises $32m to create sustainable 'meat' from microbes... and thin air
08/01/2021 - Air Protein â one of a new wave of startups producing proteins via microbes rather than plants or animals â has raised $32m in a Series A as it gears up to commercialize meat alternatives made from...
Comprehensive database of head and neck cancers created
08/01/2021 - Medical school curriculums may misuse race and play a role in perpetuating physician bias, a team of researchers found in an analysis of curriculum from the preclinical phase of medical education.
Statement by Salk President Rusty Gage on the events of January 6, 2021
08/01/2021 - Yesterday will be remembered as one of the darkest moments in our nation’s history, as one of the most important institutions central to our freedom and democracy was attacked by a mob with...
Power, water and climate
08/01/2021 - The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting people's mental health. But what helps and hinders people in getting through a lockdown? A new study addressed this question using data from 78 countries...
Scientists discover how mother-of-pearl self-assembles into a perfect structure
08/01/2021 - Researchers describe, how structural defects in self-assembling nacre attract and cancel each other out, eventually leading to a perfect periodic structure.
Not just a guys' club: Resistance training benefits older women just as much as older men
08/01/2021 - Researchers found that fact-check tags located immediately below or near a social media post can generate more positive attitudes toward vaccines than misinformation alone, and perceived source...
Mysterious family life of notorious saber-toothed tiger
08/01/2021 - Research demonstrates that increases in the frequency of both high- and low-flow extreme streamflow events 'are, in fact, widespread.'
A brain mechanism underlying 'vision' in the blind is revealed
08/01/2021 - Researchers have discovered that predation by snakes is pushing lizards to be active at warmer body temperatures on islands where snakes are present, in comparison to islands free from snakes. The...
Commonly used blood pressure medications safe for COVID-19 patients, study finds
08/01/2021 - The Yellowstone hotspot is well known for generating supereruptions in the geologic past that are far more explosive than historic examples. The origin and sustained longevity of the hotspot is less...