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Feb 12, 2009 | 09:39 AM CST
The lab suggests that the protein linked to the spread of several major human cancers may also benefit skin.
Feb 03, 2009 | 10:38 AM CST
According to the SCC, all issues going back to the journal's first issue have been digitized and are online and fully searchable.
Jan 28, 2009 | 09:18 AM CST
Researchers at Brown University have found that a mutation in the genetic code of fruit flies dramatically increases their life span; this may be beneficial in humans to delay the aging process.
Jan 28, 2009 | 07:52 AM CST
Research conducted in Georgia reports that a family of sensors based on a hydrocyanine scaffold allows imaging of reactive oxygen species (ROS) in vivo.
Jan 14, 2009 | 08:23 AM CST
Scientists at the Imperial College in London have found a way to turn "on" the production of specific adult stem cells in bone marrow, a technique that could boost the body's ability to repair itself.
Dec 03, 2008 | 09:07 AM CST
Researchers at Purdue University have developed a rapid electrokinetic patterning technique using a laser and holograms to quickly position tiny particles for biological analyses or to create devices using nanoassembly.
Dec 03, 2008 | 08:31 AM CST
Microfluidics, a white laser confocal instrument, a PET/MRI combined imaging system, and a continuing-focus microscopy instrument were ranked among the top ten life science inventions of 2008.
Nov 13, 2008 | 01:47 PM CST
By: Rae Grabenhofer
Parrot feathers, stem cells, melanin, cellulite and epidermal tight junctions were among the many biology-themed papers presented during the 25th IFSCC Congress, held Oct. 6–9, 2008, in Barcelona. This heavy focus on biology is indicative of the evolving actives arena and likely a direct response to the antiaging consumer trend.
Oct 30, 2008 | 06:25 PM CDT
By: Charles Fox, Charles Fox Associates
In this monthly survey of recent patent and literature research, the author describes money-making ideas in the personal care industry, ranging from a water-soluble scrubbing agent and black truffle for cell proliferation, to ascorbyl palmitate nanocrystals and an o/w emulsion for eyelash-volumizing and lengthening, among others.
Oct 30, 2008 | 06:04 PM CDT
By: Miranda A. Farage, PhD, P&G; and Howard I. Mai…
Sensitive skin is a subjective, lay term that many consumers claim affects their comfort when using products that contact their skin. Approximately one-half of individuals surveyed in two research studies considered themselves to have sensitive skin. Researchers know this condition exists, yet it is notoriously difficult to quantify in a meaningful and uniform way.