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    Researchers at the Institute of Laboratory Animal Sciences, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences & Peking Union Medical College, are improving rapid and accurate model development for infectious and complex diseases.

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    Timely, high-quality data is critical to reaching the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals — but harnessing it requires new ways of thinking, collaboration, and investment in national statistics systems.

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    Since finding that microRNA is also present outside cells, a team from Nanjing University in China has made key contributions to the field of extracellular RNA, and has opened a path to new diagnostic and therapeutic potential.

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    The Power HyD detector family from Leica Microsystems offers high performance in spectral coverage, sensitivity & dynamic range in confocal microscopy

    • Volker Schweikhard
    • , Luis A. J. Alvarez
    • , Irmtraud Steinmetz
    • , M. Julia Roberti
    • , Holger Birk
    •  & Arnold Giske
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    Producing therapeutic antibodies is expensive and difficult, but drug-makers have unprecedented flexibility in plant design through a new modular biologics manufacturing platform that streamlines the process.

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    A conversation with Dr. Yueliang Wu, Vice President, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences

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    Novadip is designing new treatment options for critical size defects, complex small size defects and surgically inaccessible tissue with its patented 3D tissue regeneration technology platform to transform the lives of patients with unmet medical needs.

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    A targeted scRNA-seq approach on the BD Rhapsody Single Cell Analysis System reduces experimental cost while enhancing dynamic range and scalability

    • Tilmann Bürckstümmer
    • , Vadir Lopez-Salmeron
    • , Adam Krejci
    • , Anke Loregger
    • , Susan De Groof
    •  & Wieland Keilholz
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    DEPArray provides a streamlined workflow for single-cell genomics and characterization of intra-tumor heterogeneity in challenging FFPE samples

    • Alberto Ferrarini
    • , Elena Bevilacqua
    • , Francesca Fontana
    •  & Nicolò Manaresi
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    TauSense from Leica Microsystems is a new way to use lifetime-based information for enhanced multiplexing and functional imaging

    • M. Julia Roberti
    • , Laia Ortiz Lopez
    • , Giulia Ossato
    • , Irmtraud Steinmetz
    • , Petra Haas
    • , Frank Hecht
    •  & Luis A. J. Alvarez
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    Randall Platt is the 2020 Eppendorf Young European Investigator. He is an assistant professor in both the Department of Biosystems Science and Engineering at ETH Zurich, and the Department of Chemistry at the University of Basel. Here he talks to science writer Geoff Marsh about his award-winning work on creating a ‘molecular recorder’.

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    A new academic hub in Shenzhen is improving material design for rechargeable batteries to meet sustainable development needs.

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    Interdisciplinary investigations on energy and materials are a strong focus at ShanghaiTech University.

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    Leveraging multidisciplinary resources, researchers at Zhejiang University are leading with transformative technologies to enhance resource recycling and energy efficiency.

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    Developing next-generation technologies to exploit varied energy resources, a research institute in shanghai supports national sustainability strategies.

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    A series of research breakthroughs and technological transfers by a research team in Nanjing, China, promotes the development of sustainable energy.

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    Researchers at the University of Science and Technology Beijing are supporting sustainable steelmaking with clean and efficient technologies that minimize pollution and energy consumption.

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    As part of the effort to better understand complex traits and diseases, researchers are finding that combining different omics readouts, taken simultaneously, offers advantages over conducting separate analyses.

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    Accelerating the drug discovery and development process, Bioelectronica has developed Hypercell, a digital biochemistry integrated single-cell identification and sorting system offering superior output.

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    Monitoring the host immune response could be key to treating patients suffering with COVID-19 and a number of other infectious or autoimmune diseases.

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    Synthetic biology is being used to genetically engineer flora to produce industrially useful products, all with ON/OFF control.

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    Hopes are high that metabolically engineered Lipomyces starkeyi might provide a sustainable source of complex omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids.

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    With biotechnology set to drive sustainable new chemistry processes, Japan is banking on its history of fermentation research and a well-funded ‘biofoundry’ to push ideas to commercialization.

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    In a global pandemic, clear communication can galvanize public responses, reduce anxiety and improve well-being. China offers useful examples for the world.

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    Using next-generation sequencing tools, scientists are exploring how SARS-CoV-2 interacts with the immune system to better understand the disease, identify those at higher risk, and minimize its impact.

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    Immunological detection is the key to many in vitro diagnostics. And with important health decisions riding on their outcome, it’s crucial that the antibodies used detect exactly what they should.