Jan 2016 The Translational Scientist article: "Animal Alternatives Could the lab rat be heading for retirement? A new breed of in vitro tissues and organs are being engineered to replace animal models – and the developers aim to make them accessible to all."
Companion animals: Translational scientist’s new best friends | Science Translational Medicine
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A group of researchers at Stanford and elsewhere is retracting a 2013 paper that another scientist told Nature was “one of the biggest things to happen in the narcolepsy field for some time.” The Science Translational Medicine paper caused a buzz because it claimed to show that narcolepsy was an autoimmune disease. Here’s the notice: A.K. …
Jan 2016 The Translational Scientist article: "From Astrophysics to Astrocytes A galaxy-mapping statistical model suggests that star-shaped astrocytes are repelled by Alzheimer’s plaques."
Translational Research Institute, Brisbane, Australia | Australia's Chief Scientist Professor Ian Chubb AC spotted at TRI yesterday touring our research facility. The Professor has a long and distinguished career in science, topping it off with the Australian of the year award in 2011. Translational Research Institute, Brisbane, Australia. Visit www.tri.edu.au to keep up to date with news from our researchers.