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Contact Lenses for the Color-Blind

Author: Lisa-Marie Rauschendorfer

20 May 2018 – Cost-effective biocompatible lenses with rhodamine derivatives created

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Synthetic Cells for Tumor Treatment

Author: Lisa-Marie Rauschendorfer

19 May 2018 – Artificial vesicles produce anticancer proteins

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Genome Editing to Study Gut Bacteria

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17 May 2018 – Merck and Washington University collaborate on gut bacteria research to diagnose and treat malnourished children

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CWTS Leiden Ranking 2018

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17 May 2018 – Assessing the scientific performance of over 900 universities based on bibliometric indicators

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Magnetic Nanodiamonds as Contrast Agents

Author: Liam Critchley

09 May 2018 – Internal structure of nanodiamonds tailored by iron doping

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Bioabsorbable Sensors

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04 May 2018 – Monolayer molybdenum sulfide undergoes hydrolysis in aqueous solutions without adverse biological effects

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Artificial Retina

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03 May 2018 – Direct electrical stimulation of neurons with organic pigment photocapacitors

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Technology Slam with Start-ups

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28 April 2018 – Science4Life Technology event gave founders the change to present their business ideas

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Merck Receives Patent for CRISPR Technology in China

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24 April 2018 – Foundational CRISPR patents now granted in seven markets, including Canada and Europe

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Safe Alcohol Limits May Be Set Too High

Author: Marek Czykanski

20 April 2018 – Large survey study found that threshold for lowest risk of mortality is about 100 g alcohol/week

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