A ‘beyond-quantum’ equivalence principle for superposition and entanglement – BIOENGINEER.ORG

The physics of the microrealm involves two famous and bizarre concepts: The first is that prior to observation, it is impossible to know with certainty the outcome of a measurement on a particle; rather the particle exists in a ‘superposition’ encompassing multiple mutually exclusive states. So a particle can be in two or more places … Read more

AP course cuts at Wooster City Schools trouble some parents, students

WOOSTER – A recent announcement by Wooster City Schools that some advanced placement courses will be cut next school year has touched off a debate among the school community about what the district should provide, what it can offer and what is feasible. The bottom line, said Danielle Schantz, a member of the Board of … Read more

Synthetic Biology Market Size, Trends and Forecast to 2029

New Jersey, United States – The latest research report provides a complete assessment of the Synthetic Biology Market for the forecast year 2022-2029, which is beneficial for companies regardless of their size and revenue. This Survey report covers the major market insights and industry approach toward COVID-19 (Omicron) in the upcoming years. The Synthetic Biology … Read more

New technique shows in detail where drug mole

image: A team at Scripps Research invented a new method, called CATCH, that shows how drugs hit their targets in the body. Cells targeted by a drug (pargyline shown in cyan) can be identified by multiple rounds of immunolabeling (red showing neurons; yellow showing dopaminergic / noradrenergic neurons; blue showing cell nuclei). view more Credit: … Read more

New technique shows in detail where drug molecules hit their targets in the body – BIOENGINEER.ORG

LA JOLLA, CA—Scientists at Scripps Research have invented a way to image, across different tissues and with higher precision than ever before, where drugs bind to their targets in the body. The new method could become a routine tool in drug development. LA JOLLA, CA—Scientists at Scripps Research have invented a way to image, across … Read more

Targeted Inhibition of miRNA Maturation with Morpholinos Reveals a Role for miR-375 in Pancreatic Islet Development

Following the publication of this article [1], concerns were raised regarding results presented in Figs 1, 2, 5, 6 and S2. Specifically, The Fig 1A wild type 5S RNA 24-, 48-, and 72-hour results appear similar to the Fig 3B U6 snRNA skin, liver, and gut results presented in [2] respectively. In addition, the Fig … Read more

Aptinyx Presents Preclinical Data on NYX-783 in Models of PTSD at 2022 Society of Biological Psychiatry Annual Meeting

EVANSTON, Ill .– (BUSINESS WIRE) – Aptinyx Inc. (NASDAQ: APTX), a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company developing transformative therapies for the treatment of brain and nervous system disorders, today presented data from preclinical studies of NYX-783 in models of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) at the Society of Biological Psychiatry (SOBP) Annual Meeting, being held April 28 – … Read more

How a soil microbe could rev up artificial photosynthesis – BIOENGINEER.ORG

Plants rely on a process called carbon fixation – turning carbon dioxide from the air into carbon-rich biomolecules – for their very existence. That’s the whole point of photosynthesis, and a cornerstone of the vast interlocking system that cycles carbon through plants, animals, microbes and the atmosphere to sustain life on Earth. Credit: H. DeMirci … Read more

Our Year of the Tiger series continues with Yibin Kang

The Year of the Tiger that launched with this Lunar New Year is a moment of pride and reflection for Princeton’s vibrant Asian and Asian American community. Throughout the year, we are elevating the voices of faculty, staff, students and researchers in a series of thoughtful interviews exploring questions of identity, pride, hope, the lived … Read more

New model for antibacterial mechanism – BIOENGINEER.ORG

UPTON, NY — Biologists at the US Department of Energy’s Brookhaven National Laboratory and their collaborators have discovered an aberrant protein that’s deadly to bacteria. In a paper just published in the journal PLOS ONE, the scientists describe how this erroneously built protein mimics the action of aminoglycosides, a class of antibiotics. The newly discovered … Read more