DNA to RNA to protein – from this simple but powerful concept was born first biotechnology and then personalised medicine.
Global antibiotic resistance is a threat to our very existence. We need ingenious ways to discover new bug-defeating drugs, and
The benefits of preventive medicine and treating early are well known and a cornerstone of the current UK healthcare system¹.
Diagnose, locate & treat. Earlier, easier & safer. This is the golden age of medicine, nanomedicine. Colloidal gold holds the
Autologous cell therapies are unique because they are made in small, individual batches, bespoke to each patient. This places new
‘Druggability’ is a popular neologism that refers to the question of whether a protein can be targeted by a small
Graphene meets DNA – a way semiconductors can go nanoscale. The world’s latest diode is not made of old fashioned
When a group of Scandinavian scientists decided to study drug-target engagement in cells at non-physiological temperatures, few would have predicted
A perhaps surprising detail connects common consumer products such as laundry detergents, leather gloves, baby food, and silk shirts, and
Part 2: To what extent can T cells expand in vitro? For cell sorter developers it is critical to specify