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DEKA Medical aesthetic laser family receives additional FDA approval

04/21/2015

Aesthetic laser systems maker DEKA Medical has received an additional FDA clearance for its Synchro REPLA:Y laser systems.

Neurosurgeons to speak on clinical utility of real-time navigated laser therapy

04/20/2015

Three neurosurgeons will review their clinical experience using real-time navigated laser therapy for brain lesion ablation.

Spectroscopy method clarifies molecular process of anti-HIV drug

04/17/2015

A spectroscopy method can help clarify the molecular process by which an anti-HIV drug induces lethal mutations.

UV light robot could thwart spread of hospital superbugs

04/15/2015

A germ-zapping robot that uses pulsed ultraviolet (UV) light to clean hospital rooms could prevent the spread of superbugs.

OCT aids in high-res imaging of acne lesion development, scarring

04/14/2015

A high-resolution imaging technique that incorporates optical coherence tomography (OCT) can study acne development in human skin.

Light-driven ion pump may provide blueprint for optogenetics

04/13/2015

KR2, a light-driven transporter for sodium ions, can be integrated into neurons as a valuable tool for optogenetics.

Newly developed fluorescent probes detect lysosomal pH

04/10/2015

A new set of fluorescent probes can detect problems with lysosomes, which are known as the garbage disposals of animal cells.

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Bruker Elemental announces marketing cooperation agreement with XGLab

The ELIO provides a very small spot analysis and will be positioned between Bruker's Tracer handheld/portable XRF and Bruker's semi-portable labora...

-University of Bristol - Engineering quantum science into quantum reality

The University of Bristol has today launched its new state-of-the-art Quantum Engineering Technology (QET) Labs.The QET Labs will provide unique wo...

Texas: UT Southwestern acquires next-generation microscopes to create wh...

The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, The state of Texas has issued the following news release:UT Southwestern Medical Center’...

UC holds fifth Global Health Day event at UCLA

T-cells clamped down onto individual breast cancer cells, invading them as a triumphant Star Wars score played over the speakers. The T-cells emerg...
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