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– Jan 19, 11:34 AM
Researchers at Lund University in Sweden, in collaboration with colleagues in Dresden, Germany, have developed a way of combining a bone substitute and drugs to regenerate bone and heal severe fractures in the thigh or shin bone. The study…
FibroFluttersThe study, published in the research journal Science Advances, was conducted on rats, but the researchers think that the method in various combinations will soon be commonplace in clinical settings.
Patients are now the real MVPs in reshaping how healthcare decisions are being made. This empowered role of patients is not just a trend for pharma or biotech brands, but for hospital systems and medtech, too. The COVID-19 pandemic illuminated…
Science X staff
– Jan 19, 6:30 AM
Organoids are increasingly being used in biomedical research. These are organ-like structures created in the laboratory that are only a few millimeters in size. Organoids can be used to study life processes and the effect of drugs. Because they…
FibroFluttersProviding some hope in the search for answers to combating cervical cancers
The Disability Unit in the Cabinet Office is working with government colleagues, disabled people, disabled people's organisations, charities and businesses to develop and deliver a National Strategy for Disabled People. We intend to publish the…
FibroFluttersThe Survey is fully accessible to ensure as many people as possible have their voices heard. It is available in Easy Read, BSL and written responses can be sent to: DUCitizenspace@cabinetoffice.gov.uk.
When you are disabled one of the many challenges you face when you are trying to start a fitness journey is finding something that is accessible because pretty much all of it is not designed for a disabled person. There are a lot of great fitness…
Summary: A novel flexible, breathable magnetic skin allows people with quadriplegia to move around their environment with greater ease. A system that uses flexible, breathable magnetic skin allows people with severe quadriplegia to move around and…
FibroFluttersSadly the original research is 'Closed access'. | “An assistive magnetic skin system: Enabling technology for quadriplegics” by Almansouri, A.S., Upadhyaya, L, Nunes, S.P., Salama, K.N., Kosel, J. Advanced Engineering Materials