Research in basic science and technology in our country is far behind in comparison to our neighboring countries. This is the time to think what we can do. The magazine will act as a platform for us where we can come together to make proposals, plans and interact with each other. Such interaction will expand our horizon to develop nation and ourselves.
Researchers from Cedars Sinai Medical Center have developed a new technique that, if successful in humans, could replace traditional bone grafts for mending nonhealing limb fractures. The new method, which... The post Microbubbles and Gene Therapy Help Heal Broken Bones appeared first on RevoScience.
As a first test of a new printable hard, electrically conductive plastic, ESA has 3D-printed CubeSat structures incorporating their own electrical lines. In future, such miniature satellites could be ready... The post 3D printing CubeSat bodies for cheaper, faster missions appeared first on RevoScience.
Researchers in Hong Kong have assembled the 1.64 gigabytes genome of a deep-sea mussel. The discovery gives wider insights into future research on the mechanisms of symbiosis in other marine... The post First genomic data of mussels reveals how they survive under extreme conditions appeared first on RevoScience.
An experimental osteoporosis drug being developed by Amgen and UCB produced surprising safety data in a phase 3 comparison study. The companies reported that patients taking the experimental treatment romosozumab... The post Amgen Reports Mixed Data in Phase 3 Bone Drug Study appeared first on RevoScience.