Stem cell scientists led by Mick Bhatia from the McMaster University have successfully converted adult human blood cells into neural cells. The team directly converted adult human blood cells to both central nervous system (brain and spinal cord) neurons as ... Med India, 1 day ago
Indian origin scientist successfully converts human blood cells into neural cells - Economic Times, 1 day ago
Indian-origin scientist turns blood into nerve cells - Prokerala, 1 day ago
Scientists at McMaster University have discovered how to make adult sensory neurons from human patients simply by having them roll up their sleeve and providing a blood sample. Specifically, stem cell scientists at McMaster can now directly ...Medical Design Technology, 2 days ago McMaster scientists aim to use blood to treat pain Metro Canada, 2 days ago Scientists find new way to convert blood cells into sensory neurons News-Medical.Net, 1 day ago Blood to feeling: McMaster scientists turn blood into neural cells EurekAlert!, 2 days ago
Human blood has been made from human skin in a groundbreaking experiment at a Canadian university. Researchers at McMaster University in Hamilton report that they converted patches of skin directly into blood. Their process doesn't involve any ...CBC, 2 days ago Led by Indian researcher, scientists convert human blood cells to neurons Indian Express, 1 day ago Scientists turn blood cells into neurons Times of India, 1 day ago Human blood turned into brain cells Siasat Daily, 1 day ago
A McMaster prof wants to , to demonstrate Canadian universities' role "in fostering justice and affirming peace." The university said it doesn't play favourites. The school said it has an "open application process" and it's not their practice to ...CBC, 1 week ago Omar Khadr offered a seat in McMaster class by professor CBC, 1 week ago
1:42 A higher risk of dying from disease is linked to low grip strength, McMaster University study suggests Stay Connected with CBC News Top News Headlines Girl, 5, will 'die at home' after relapsing in long battle with cancer read ...CBC, 1 week ago Your Handshake Tells The Story Of Your Health, McMaster University Study BioSpace, 1 week ago Mechanical ventilation associated with long-term disability EurekAlert!, 4 days ago Handshakes better than your blood pressure at assessing your health News-Medical.Net, 1 week ago
Healthy diets are rich in antioxidants and are very good for the brain health. A new research by Ontario-based McMaster University has revealed that people who eat healthier diets with higher quantities of vegetables, fruits, fish, nuts, soy ...MedIndia, 1 week ago Eat healthy for super brain as you age Khaleej Times, 1 week ago Healthy diet excellent for brain health Himalayan times, 1 week ago Want a super brain even as you grow old? Here's what you need to do Indian Express, 1 week ago
At the McMaster University, researchers have developed a new way to print paper biosensors, simplifying the diagnosis of many bacterial and respiratory infections. Using state-of-the-art methods to produce "bio-inks", researchers can use conventional office ...Med India, 1 month ago Paper-Based Biosensors to Detect Disease Causing Bacteria, Viruses and Other Pathogens Med India, 1 month ago Office printer can spot infectious diseases Prokerala, 1 month ago
by Posted May 21, 2015 4:24 pm EDT McMaster University is opening a medical education centre in partnership with Grand River Hospital. The centre had its grand opening this morning after a $300,000 investment by the Waterloo McMaster Campus. ...570News, 2 days ago McMaster University to open education centre in partnership with Grand River Hospital Exchange Magazine.com, 2 days ago
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A report from McMaster University suggests more than half of adults living and working in the GTA/Hamilton area are either temporary, on contract or part-time. Precarious and insecure work in the region has increased on average 50% in the past 20 ...640 Toronto, 2 days ago
'The University has a strong commitment to deepen our relationship with our community,' said Patrick Deane, McMaster's President (fourth from left). 'I know we will enhance the future of health care in Hamilton and far beyond by putting our roots ...McMaster University, 1 week ago
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