Will biotherapeutics become the new generation of drugs for treating Alzheimer’s disease? And how is this disease linked to inflammation in the brain? Read on here for more….
At our recent event, SIUOxford raised the question, ‘can computers replace humans in biological research?’ Three experts from academia and industry discussed computational contributions in fields such as disease diagnosis with big data, in silico drug discovery, organ simulation and biocatalyst discovery. Read here to find out more…
Mimicking and understanding the environment molecules, cells and organs work in requires creative thinking and sublime engineering. Microfluidics technology is a product of such a process and makes it possible for researchers to achieve results that cannot be achieved by other means. Read the first instalment of our new 3-part series on microfluidics here to see what we mean.
What is 3D bioprinting? How does it work? Does it in any way mean "printing organs"? Are we actually at that point? What else is 3D bioprinting used for? In this article SIU brings you the answers to all of these questions. Prepare to learn about one of the most exciting technologies of our time!
The first Oxford session of the SIU360 educational series took place on October 18th, at the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. Our speaker was Prof. Chas Bountra. The talk drew a large group of attendees, who were inspired by Prof. Bountra's engaging talk on open sourcing in translational research.