Want to “Go Green” in your lab?
Here are 10 Tips to Get You Started
Careful use of your research tools and equipment can minimize your environmental footprint and save you money. Make your lab a little greener today by following these simple tips… Continue reading Ten Tips for Going Green in the Lab
We at BaneBio would like to invite members of the Life Sciences industry in the Frederick County, Baltimore, MD and Washington, DC metro areas to attend our BioBeers event on Friday, August 19th, 2016 at 4:30 p.m. Continue reading We’re Hosting Our 2nd BioBeers Event on August 19th!
Science proves it’s true – along with 11 other surprising health tips!
Some methods to improve your health just don’t seem to make sense. The following 12 tips really do work — but they may leave you scratching your head! Continue reading Coffee = Better Naps? That’s Crazy Talk!
Reuse is different from recycling, although people often confuse the two. Recycling, while a good practice, uses a lot of energy and requires an industrial change to a product. This usually results in a new product of lesser quality. Continue reading ReUse Matters!
There has been growing interest and consumer demand in the craft brewing industry over the past few decades, with hundreds of new craft breweries opening annually in the United States. Continue reading Craft Beer & UV-Vis Spectrophotometry
Last week, BaneBio exhibited at the 26th Biomedical Research Equipment and Supplies Exhibit at Fort Detrick in Frederick, Maryland. The annual event featured nearly 200 booths presented by more than 180 regional and national suppliers. Continue reading 26th Biomedical Research Equipment & Supplies Exhibit at Fort Detrick, MD
A new study sheds light on mental illnesses including depression, addiction, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder. Researchers at MIT studied the almond-sized region known as the amygdala. Here, they discovered neurons that form parallel channels that carry information about pleasant or unpleasant events. Continue reading This is Your Brain on Emotions
In March, studies conducted at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University learned “when mutated, a gene known for its ability to repair DNA, appears to instead cause breast cancer, scientists report”. These studies, published in the American Journal of Pathology, were performed on an international sampling from 254 cases of breast cancer in pre- and postmenopausal women. Continue reading New Gene Identified As Cause, Early Indicator of Breast Cancer
The first prescription drug manufactured using 3D printing technology has been approved by the FDA. Aprecia Pharmaceuticals’ SPRITAM tablets for oral suspension are now available for the treatment of partial onset seizures, myoclonic seizures, and primary generalized tonic-clonic seizures. SPRITAM drug disintegrates in the mouth with liquid. Continue reading The First FDA-Approved Drug Manufactured Using 3D Printing
This March we celebrate Women’s History Month. Women are generally underrepresented in science – especially in the upper ranks of professional research. Here are some of the most amazing women in science. Continue reading The Coolest Women in Science 2016