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making metabolically active brown fat from white fat-derived stem cells




image: tissue engineering brings together scientific and medical experts in the fields of biomedical engineering, material science, molecular and cellular biology, and genetic engineering. view more credit: mary ann liebert, inc., publishersnew rochelle, ny, march 3, 2017--researchers have demonstr...



study shows adipose stem cells may be the cell of choice for therapeutic applica




an international team of researchers, funded by morris animal foundation, has shown that adipose (fat) stem cells might be the preferred stem cell type for use in canine therapeutic applications, including orthopedic diseases and injury.researchers at the university of guelph, university of western ...



humans have three times more brown body fat




image: the two scientists tobias fromme (l.) and carlos gerngross revealed that some persons have an easier time activating their brown fat, or even have more of it. view more credit: (photo: tum/ astrid eckert)compared to white fat, brown body fat burns through energy at an extraordinary rate. how...



travelling through scattering tissue with far less light




medical applications of light, looking inside human tissue, often are limited by the highly scattering nature of tissue. inuitively, a lower limit of one photon per camera pixel is assumed. scientists of the university of twente in the netherlands and caltech in pasadena, usa, prove that the lower l...



breakthrough in live coral imaging




corals are calcifying animals and are the prime architects of the most diverse marine ecosystem, the coral reefs. the coral animal harbors tiny microalgae as symbionts in its tissue, where they fix co2 via photosynthesis and provide the animal host with organic carbon for its respiration. in turn, t...



sulforaphane, a phytochemical in broccoli sprouts, ameliorates obesity




image: the two functions of sulforaphane uncovered by the current study are; 1) ameliorating obesity by adipose tissue browning to augment energy consumption and 2) improving 'high-fat' gut bacterial flora and... view more credit: kanazawa university[background]sulforaphane*1, a phytochemical conta...



breakthrough in live coral imaging




corals are calcifying animals and are the prime architects of the most diverse marine ecosystem, the coral reefs. the coral animal harbors tiny microalgae as symbionts in its tissue, where they fix co2 via photosynthesis and provide the animal host with organic carbon for its respiration. in turn, t...



breakthrough in live coral imaging




staghorn coral (acropora cervicornis). credit: wikipediacorals are calcifying animals and are the prime architects of the most diverse marine ecosystem, the coral reefs. the coral animal harbors tiny microalgae as symbionts in its tissue, where they fix co2 via photosynthesis and provide the animal ...



presstv-skeleton of new marine reptile discovered in mexico




mexico has revealed a well-preserved complete skeleton of a new marine reptile that was discovered in the country’s northeast.the skeleton is reportedly 93 million years old. the details of tissue mass and scales of the remains have never been previously seen in other fossils.the fossilized remain...



get ready for robots made with human flesh




enlarge/ oh hey, could you zip up my flesh? i can't reach.share this storytwo university of oxford biomedical researchers are calling for robots to be built with real human tissue, and they say the technology is there if we only choose to develop it. writing in science robotics, pierre-alexis mouthu...



boosting the lifetime and effectiveness of biomedical devices




a research team led by the university of delaware's david martin has discovered a new approach to boosting the lifetime and effectiveness of electronic biomedical devices. the discovery will help the devices better communicate with neural tissue by improving adhesion. credit: university of delawarem...



study: neanderthal genes are still affecting humans




neanderthals haven’t existed for the better part of 40,000 years, but their genes continue to affect present day humans in important ways. according to a new study, neanderthal dna resulting from the mating of neanderthals with humans is still active in 52 varieties of human tissue, influencing ge...



exercise-induced hormone irisin linked to new mechanisms for bone metabolism




boston (march 3, 2017)--two weeks of voluntary wheel running induces higher expression of irisin--a fat-burning hormone that is released during exercise--in bone tissue in mice. in addition, systemic administration of irisin increased bone formation and thickness, mimicking the effects of exercise o...



3-d-printed bioabsorbable scaffold for acl reconstruction with bone regeneration




image: tissue engineering brings together scientific and medical experts in the fields of biomedical engineering, material science, molecular and cellular biology, and genetic engineering. view more credit: mary ann liebert, inc., publishersnew rochelle, ny, february 27, 2017--researchers have desi...



nanoengineers 3-d print biomimetic blood vessel networks




image: nanoengineering professor shaochen chen 3-d prints a biomimetic blood vessel network. view more credit: erik jepsen/uc san diego publicationsnanoengineers at the university of california san diego have 3d printed a lifelike, functional blood vessel network that could pave the way toward arti...



boosting the lifetime and effectiveness of biomedical devices




modern electronic biomedical devices are enabling a wide range of sophisticated health interventions, from seizure detection and parkinson's disease therapy to functional artificial limbs, cochlear implants, and smart contact lenses.an effective direct interfacing material is essential to communicat...



graduate research assistant




department: mechanical engineering institution: temple university this position is for a full-time or half-time phd engineering student for a funded research project on the biomechanics of traumatic brain injury. understanding of brain anatomy and physiology is required and experience with tissue hi...



gift of life's annual donatelife walk around lake burley griffin draws thousands




governor-general sir peter cosgrove, lady cosgrove, federal health minister greg hunt, act health minister meegan fitzharris, labor's spokeswoman on health catherine king and thousands of canberrans helped raise the issue of organ donation at the annual donatelife walk around lake burley griffin on ...



gift of life's annual donatelife walk around lake burley griffin draws thousands




governor-general sir peter cosgrove, lady cosgrove, federal health minister greg hunt, act health minister meegan fitzharris, labor's spokeswoman on health catherine king and thousands of canberrans helped raise the issue of organ donation at the annual donatelife walk around lake burley griffin on ...



cell 'stickiness' could indicate metastatic potential




how strongly tumor cells adhere to the surrounding tissue could indicate the likelihood that cancer will spread to other parts of the body, according to a study published february 28 in biophysical journal. using a spinning disc device, the researchers found that tumor cells characterized by weak ad...



robots could wear flesh to help form transplants




naturally, this robotic conditioning would be most useful for higher-quality transplants. you could even personalize transplants by modifying the robot to reflect a patient's anatomy. however, the oxford team sees other uses. it could reduce the use of animal testing in pre-clinical trials, and coul...



scientists discover how obesity stops 'guardian immune cells' from doing their j




scientists have uncovered the physiological mechanics underlying inflammation and obesity by tracking the actions of 'guardian immune cells' in response to changes in diet. they believe their work may herald a new era of research now that they have new therapeutic targets to prevent and control obes...



graduate student position(s) - doctoral and master's




department: biomedical engineering institution: rowan university graduate student position(s) - doctoral and master's the department of biomedical engineering at rowan university is recruiting outstanding candidates for our doctoral and master’s programs. ongoing faculty-led biomedical research...



workout your brain by learning a new word every day, you will get smarter




have you ever had the feeling of speechless because you are running out of words to speak your mind? or have you ever read a word that you are familiar with but suddenly cannot recognize its meaning? sometimes there also might be the case that you have a word in mind but you forget how to spell it r...



workout your brain by learning a new word every day, you will get smarter




have you ever had the feeling of speechless because you are running out of words to speak your mind? or have you ever read a word that you are familiar with but suddenly cannot recognize its meaning? sometimes there also might be the case that you have a word in mind but you forget how to spell it r...