Sorting good germs from bad, in the bacterial world
(Phys.org) —Arizona State University scientists have developed a microfluidic chip, which can sort good germs from bad.
Sulphur from yeast helps to track animal protein pathways
Researchers from the University of Oviedo (Spain) have labelled sulphur in brewer's yeast with a non-radioactive method so that when feeding it to laboratory rats the course taken by the element can be tracked ...
Researchers develop rapid test strips for bacterial contamination in swimming water (w/ Video)
Urban beach closures due to coliform outbreaks have become disturbing signs of summer, yet water-testing technology has never been fast enough to keep up with changing conditions, nor accessible enough to check all waters.
Keeping track to selenium metabolism
Spanish and Danish researchers have developed a method for the in vivo study of the unknown metabolism of selenium, an essential element for living beings. The technique can help clarify whether or not it ...
Could Alzheimer's disease be diagnosed with a simple blood test?
Spanish researchers, led by Pedro Carmona from the Instituto de Estructura de la Materia in Madrid, have uncovered a new promising way to diagnose Alzheimer's disease more accurately. Their technique, which is non-invasive, ...