Sheep, iPads, and Emma Watson: Promising Veterinary Research Takes on Neurodegenerative Disorders

Their association with nursery rhymes and farm yards relegates them to a quaint corner of reality for most people, but veterinary scientists know better: Sheep are helping us find ways to spare our elders from suffering neurodegenerative disorders. Sheep Are the Future of Studying Brain Disfunction Scientists at the University of Cambridge in the UK, … Continue reading “Sheep, iPads, and Emma Watson: Promising Veterinary Research Takes on Neurodegenerative Disorders”

Medical Prosthetic Research Doesn’t Have to Cost an Arm and a Leg

It may be the 21st century, but people are still falling apart.  We rely on medical science to keep us up and running, whether we need an artificial limb, a cochlear implant, a false eye, or a neural implant to manage chronic migraines.  Biomedical engineering is moving at a fast pace; in the past twenty … Continue reading “Medical Prosthetic Research Doesn’t Have to Cost an Arm and a Leg”

How Medical Equipment Specialists Can Make Research Labs Happy

Everyone’s busy these days. Lab and facility managers are increasingly turning to medical equipment specialists and suppliers for advice on big ticket items. Your clients want a good value in their new lab equipment, but they don’t have time to debate the minutia of product specs, to stay on top of the latest trends in … Continue reading “How Medical Equipment Specialists Can Make Research Labs Happy”

Does Your Autoclave Need a Check-up — Or a Trade-in?

We have a tendency to assume that, as long as our autoclave is producing sterile loads, it’s running fine.  But that doesn’t really stand to reason: All devices begin to drift over time, and the more complex the device, the more factors can stack up to bring it wildly out of spec.  Even when these … Continue reading “Does Your Autoclave Need a Check-up — Or a Trade-in?”