- August 26, 2013 | BY
The earliest uses of stem cells in regenerative medicine occurred in the 1960s with the advent of bone-marrow derived stem cell transplants.
- August 13, 2013 | BY
Like a string and nail art project from the 1970’s, an evolutionary depiction of the “tree of life” is a complex pattern, drawn to classify organisms based on everything from physiological traits to in depth genetic analysis.
- August 5, 2013 | BY
Here on Eureka we talk a lot about the 3 Rs, the philosophy of replacement, reduction and refinement that we are committed to in all of our work.
- July 29, 2013 | BY
Scientists are always searching for ways to improve research methods and follow the principles of 3Rs. They have been accomplishing this through the use of zebrafish.
- July 16, 2013 | BY
Mice are cold stressed at standard laboratory temperatures. This is more than just an animal welfare concern–it is also a concern for scientific research.
- July 14, 2013 | BY
A recent study sought to explore the impact of environment on brain development by raising a group of genetically identical inbred mice in a complex, enriched environment composed of multiple levels for exploration and activity.
- June 24, 2013 | BY
Dr. Loyd Allen, editor-in-chief of the International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding, on what exactly compounded drugs are and how they fit into the U.S. regulatory system.
- June 17, 2013 | BY
How an ancient creature protects us against deadly infections.
- June 10, 2013 | BY
An environmental monitoring program does not just detect the presence or absence of contamination. It should also establish the identity of microorganisms that are found.
- June 3, 2013 | BY
Doctors and patients simply trust that medicines are pure. This is how it should be. But the recent meningitis outbreak traced to contaminated vials of a steroid solution reveal a dangerous loophole in our system.