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European court argues that gene editing is genetic engineering

European court argues that gene editing is genetic engineering

The European Court of Justice has ruled that altering living things using the technique of gene editing counts as genetic engineering, meaning that any...
Biotech company receives €15m of investment from the Juncker Plan

Biotech company receives €15m of investment from the Juncker Plan

The European Investment Bank (EIB) provides new financing of €15m to Jennewein Biotechnologie GmbH, a highly innovative German biotech company that offers a breakthrough...
How cultivation methods impact the severity of a fruit allergy

How cultivation methods impact the severity of a fruit allergy

Strawberries and tomatoes are among the widely consumed fruits and vegetables worldwide; however, many people are allergic to them. Now a team of researchers...
New targets and novel biomarkers in cardiometabolic diseases

New targets and novel biomarkers in cardiometabolic diseases

Dr Yu Wang, associate professor in the Department of Pharmacology and Pharmacy at the University of Hong Kong and State Key Laboratory Hong Kong,...
Why metabolomics research offers us insights into human health

Why metabolomics research offers us insights into human health

Nightingale Health explains the role that metabolomics research plays in delivering a better understanding of human health. Metabolomics research is dedicated to deciphering the vast...
Biotech crop adoption leads to greater sustainability for global farmers

Biotech crop adoption leads to greater sustainability for global farmers

Two new studies show the continued environmental and social benefits of biotech crop adoption and use for sustainability and socioeconomic opportunities for global farmers...
Low-cost plastic sensor could monitor a range of health conditions

Low-cost plastic sensor could monitor a range of health conditions

An international team of researchers have developed a low-cost plastic sensor that can be used to diagnose or monitor a wide range of health...
Creating nanomaterials with minimalist biostructures

Creating nanomaterials with minimalist biostructures

Researchers of the Institute of Biotechnology and Biomedicine at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, (IBB-UAB), Spain, have achieved the generation of four peptides capable...
The power potential of graphene

The power potential of graphene

SciTech Europa explores graphene and how it could take on a more permanent role in our day-to-day lives, powering our relationship with digital technology...
The NeBrasCa ERA-IB project: biotechnological development of brasilicardin analogs as new immunosuppressant drugs

The NeBrasCa ERA-IB project – biotechnological development of brasilicardin analogs as new immunosuppressant drugs

The European research consortium NeBrasCa provided access to the promising immunosuppressive compound brasilicardin using a combination of biotechnology and semi-synthesis. Immunosuppressive drugs represent valuable tools...

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