The traditional approach to inflammation is that it’s bad and should be suppressed, but recent findings offer a more nuanced view.
The Center for Biomedical Innovation and Technology provides a home for those who want to develop medical devices to meet unmet needs in health care, and bring them to patients.
Researchers may have discovered what ancient armorers used for glue using mass spectroscopy-based proteomics techniques and equipment.
Jesse Rinehart had a protein he wanted to fabricate in bacteria; Farren Isaacs had the perfect bacterial factory. They moved next door to each other, and the rest is history.
Ten years ago a campus was envisioned where researchers and scientists would share ideas and break new ground in medical research.
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