biomedical research Articles

  • The determinants of research output in academic biomedical laboratories

    The biotechnology industry supply chain begins with a scientific discovery that often originates in academic research laboratories. This study identified determinants of scientific knowledge output (publications and citations) in a sample of academic Canadian biomedical laboratories. The amount of research funding was found to be a positive determinant of the number of publications, but the ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Being a member of the club: the transnational (self-)governance of networks of biobanks

    Biobanks have become one of the core resources for biomedical research. At the same time, a number of risks associated with processing and storing of biological material and corresponding data have been diagnosed. This paper focuses on how institutionalised transnational networks of biobanks generate practical answers to some of these risks. Drawing upon three case studies – GenomEUtwin, ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Competition and cooperation: what roles in scientific dynamics?

    This paper investigates how competition and cooperation are experienced by individual researchers in the biomedical sciences, giving special attention to the interplay between the two phenomena. The study is based on interviews with researchers of different formal status in both the public and the private sector in Denmark. The different forms and levels of competition and cooperation and the ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Biomedical research looks to thermal mass flow controllers

    Precision control in biomedical research is critical for the success of any experiment. This is especially true for gas mixing and blending applications. These gas mixing applications often involve the creation of artificial atmospheres or other gas mixtures. To get statistically sound results, scientists must achieve precision flow control in creating these mixtures for sensitive experiments. In ...


    By Sierra Instruments, Inc.

  • Biomedical applications of organically modified bioconjugated silica nanoparticles

    Nanoparticles are one of the most important prominent areas in the field of nanotechnology, with a broad significant role in current life sciences and human healthcare applications. Among the nanoparticles silica nanoparticles are explored in many biological applications because their size dependent novel properties and functions differ drastically from those of the bulk materials. In biomedical ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Biomedical Engineering Research Unit, MTEC - Case Study

    “Particle size and shape of the bioceramics required were successfully developed by spray drying technique.” Customer name Dr. Naruporn Monmaturapoj Company / Institution Biomedical Engineering Research Unit, MTEC, Product lines Spray Drying and Encapsulation Industries Pharma & ...


    By BÜCHI Labortechnik AG

  • Magnetic resonance imaging of structure, diffusivity, and copper immobilization in a phototrophic biofilm

    Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) was used to spatially resolve the structure, water diffusion, and copper transport of a phototrophic biofilm and its fate. MRI was able to resolve considerable structural heterogeneity, ranging from classical laminations 500 µm thick to structures with no apparent ordering. Pulsed-field gradient (PFG) analysis spatially resolved water diffusion coefficients which ...

  • Maimonides Institute for Biomedical Research of Cordoba (IMIBIC) - Case Study

    Name: Eduardo Chicano-Galvez Job Title: Head of Proteomics Unit Company: Maimonides Institute for Biomedical Research of Cordoba (IMIBIC), Cordoba, Spain Eduardo Chicano-Galvez, Head of Proteomics, IMIBIC Peak provides nitrogen for Proteomics Eduardo Chicano-Galvez and his team at Maimonides Institute for Biomedical Research of Cordoba (IMIBIC) use a Peak Infinity 1032 compressor-less ...

  • Biomedical Engineering Research Unit, MTEC, Thailand - Case Study

    “Particle size and shape of the bioceramics required were successfully develped by spray drying technique.” Customer name Dr. Naruporn Monmaturapoj Company / Institution Biomedical Engineering Research Unit, MTEC, Thailand Product lines Spray Drying and Encapsulation Industries Pharma & Biotech Customer: Biomedical Engineering Research Unit, MTEC, Thailand Dr. Naruporn ...


    By BÜCHI Labortechnik AG

  • Do You See What We See? Mass Spectrometry Imaging is Revealing Insights in Biomedical Research

    The spatial distribution of molecular species in a sample can provide a wealth of information about biological, chemical and physiological processes. Mass spectrometry (MS) imaging is a rapidly developing research technique that enables specific measurement of molecular targets at complex surfaces. This direct-from-sample analytical technique provides researchers with the information needed to ...


    By Waters Corporation

  • Programmable Syringe Pump

    Chemical and biomedical researchers use the programmable syringe pumps for infusing and withdrawing small amounts of fluid. It helps to mix, separate, and process microfluidics in high precision experiments. Further, it reduces error in biomedical and chemical experiments by providing better infusion control to researchers. The programming ability of syringe pumps help researchers to precisely ...


    By Chemyx Inc

  • Nanotechnology in biomedical applications: a review

    Incorporation of functionalised and modified nanostructures in various biomedical applications has generated considerable research interest in recent years. The applications of nanotechnology in medicine and biomedical engineering are vast and spans areas such as implant and tissue engineering, diagnosis and therapy. The present scenario demands designing of nanotools which can respond to the ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • What Bioanalysis Zone’s New Investigator Award Says About the Future of Science: An Interview with Erin Chambers, PhD

    Dr. Erin Chambers is a Director in the Scientific Operations group at Waters Corporation. She recently served as a judge for the Bioanalysis Zone New Investigator Award. I sat down with Erin to gauge her impressions of that experience and the award’s importance to the bioanalysis industry. What was it like to be part of the judging panel for Bioanalysis Zone’s New Investigator ...


    By Waters Corporation

  • TopAir’s Weighing Station

    TopAir is the flagship brand of Statitech Ltd., an ISO 9002 certified manufacturer of cleanroom products for the electronic, semi-conductor, biomedical and defense industries. Established in 1999 and ISO-9002 certified, Statitech Ltd. specializes in the development, production and marketing of a wide variety of standard and custom-made cleanroom products including a weighing station, and has ...


    By TopAir Systems

  • From magnetoelectronic to biomedical applications based on the nanoscale properties of advanced magnetic materials

    In this paper, we review some results obtained in our group in the framework of research projects concerning magnetoelectronic and biomedical applications with advanced magnetic materials. First, we focus on the type of materials used, and then we describe specific magnetoelectronic devices based on spin-dependent tunnelling and magnetic nanoparticles for biomedical applications. Special ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Turning Science Fiction into Reality

    Precision measurement of low flow in gas mixing applications Choosing the right flow controller for laboratory or biomedical research applications is essential to achieving success in any experiment that involves controlling gas flow. This especially holds true for gas mixing or blending applications where two or more gases are mixed (blended) in a chamber until the specified concentrations (or ...


    By Sierra Instruments, Inc.

  • Vector Laboratories - Small Business Scheme - Case Study

    Operating in a competitive market dominated by larger companies, Vector Laboratories aims to 'punch above its weight’ and increase its market share. Central to this drive is their quality management system which has been certified to ISO 9001 since 2002. 1. QMS Implementation “ISO 9001 is considered a gold standard, it gives us greater kudos and confidence, it ...


    By LRQA Limited

  • Deads from pollution

    A study connects days with high levels of pollution with myocardial infarctionMore several myocardial infarction happens when pollution levels are higher. A study of cardiologists from Vall d’Hebron demonstrate it Tobacco use, alcoholism, sedentariness, unhealthy diet… The usual bad habits that provoques plaque build-up in the coronary arteries have a new ally, for the first time, ...


    By Toro Equipment S.L.

  • Best practices in mouse tissue sample preparation for RNA extraction with Precellys® evolution

    The lab mouse is the most commonly used mammalian model system for genetic research. Scientists from a wide range of biomedical field shave used the mouse because of its close genetic and physiological similarities to humans, as well as the ease with which its genome can be manipulated and analyzed.Sample preparation is a critical step before proceeding to molecular down-stream analysis. ...


    By Bertin Instruments

  • Identification of a suitable sterilisation method for collagen derived from a marine Demosponge

    Collagen is widely used as a biomedical material, and its importance is likely to grow as research and understanding progresses in this field. As a biomedical material, ensuring the sterility of collagen before use as, or incorporation into, a medical device is paramount. However, common sterilisation techniques can induce changes in the physical structure and protein chemistry of collagen, ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

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