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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 22, 2009 | 09:57 AM CST
OriginOil Inc. has automated its Helix Bioreactor System, a technology that optimizes algae growth, making large-scale commercial algae production scalable.
Jan 13, 2009 | 05:37 PM CST
A virtual technology originally developed by P&G's R&D department to speed formulation and chemistry, is being used to develop product containers and graphics, all while incorporating consumer feedback.
Dec 30, 2008 | 12:47 PM CST
The Fraunhofer Institute for Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnology IGB has developed a conceptual, fully automated process to produce artificial skin tissue that could be used to test chemicals as an alternative to animal testing.
Dec 17, 2008 | 08:13 AM CST
Engineers at the University of Michigan have created a carbon nanotube-coated “smart yarn” that conducts electricity and that could be woven into fabrics to detect blood, or to monitor the health of the wearer.
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 26, 2008 | 02:49 PM CST
By: Nancy Trent, Trent & Co.
It is often said that the most challenging interface during product development is the one between R&D and marketing. Five years ago the Journal of Product Innovation Management reported that significant barriers exist between these two key product innovation functions.
Oct 30, 2008 | 05:44 PM CDT
By: Katie Schaefer,
In 2001, Japanese researchers reported that after the age of 40, some individuals develop a malodor known as “aging odor,” attributed to the presence of unsaturated C9, 2-nonenal. George Preti, PhD, a member of Monell Chemical Senses Center and an adjunct professor of dermatology at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, was interested by this report and began to conduct research of his own.
Oct 30, 2008 | 05:37 PM CDT
By: Rachel Grabenhofer, C&T magazine
This issue of C&T magazine highlights three areas relating to delivery in personal care. Wash-on delivery of actives via a bar soap is explored by Durfee and Devine, while microneedles, borrowed from the medical field, are considered for personal care in Eppler’s article. Finally, multilamellar vesicles are studied by Hough et al. for cleansing applications. In addition to delivery topics, this issue of C&T magazine presents the annual Sun Care Formulary.