Scientists say the wasp venom of Polybia paulista, a wasp native to Brazil, could be a potential weapon against cancer. According to the study published in the Biophysical Journal, the Continue Reading
By Scott Krepich, Food and Environmental Application Scientist The chemical bisphenol A (BPA) is used in the production of some plastics, many of which are utilized in water bottles and Continue Reading
Tattooing has been practiced for centuries around the world. These permanent designs have served as status symbols, declarations of love, amulets, religious beliefs, and even sometimes forms of punishment. However, Continue Reading
A team of researchers in a Tokyo-based National Cancer Center (NCC) has developed a new blood test that can diagnose 13 types of cancer, as originally reported by The Japan News. With Continue Reading
Guest Author: Brian Rivera, Product Manager: Bio Separations Over a hundred years ago, Nobel Prize laureate, Paul Ehrlich, envisioned a drug which could kill microbes but not harm the body, Continue Reading
When Jimmy Carter announced his cancer diagnosis in August, the public’s predictive prognoses were grim. The former U.S. president was diagnosed with metastatic melanoma after scans revealed cancerous spots on his liver and four tumors on his brain.
Good for you, bad for you, causes cancer, cures it? No matter what studies show about coffee, it hasn’t stopped us from drinking it by the gallon.