At the UKJ Skin Clinic in Germany, scientists are working to develop skin infection models that will become an alternative to animal testing in the future to test new wound-healing products
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Researchers at the University of Stuttgart and Robert Bosch Hospital in Germany are developing a platform for tumor tissue, relying on molecular diagnostics, biomaterials and simulation.
Worldwide, millions of mice, rabbits, rats, dogs, monkeys and pigs are still being used in medical research. They are used to study diseases such as […]
The world's first in vitro hair follicle inseparably linked to collagen could make breeding fur animals obsolete - and end the cruel treatment of animals.
The Netherlands is busy adapting in all kinds of ways in order to deal with the corona pandemic. But are our corona measures effective at […]
Just a few days ago, another scandal involving cruelty to animals in a Hamburg test laboratory hit the headlines. Not just animal welfare activists and […]
Medical research has a long tradition when it comes to testing on animals. Apart from the ethical problem, animal experiments also lack reliability. Mice do […]
Last month a new movie came out, packed with celebrities and world class athletes. It drives home the message that a plant-based diet makes you […]
Together with six partners, The Eindhoven University of Technology will develop a nervous-system-on-a-chip. This will enable medicines to be tested accurately and will eliminate the […]
Living cells are the main components of nature and human life. Understanding cellular evolution and the interaction with its molecular environment is essential for finding […]
Scientists at the University of Duisburg-Essen in Germany want to enable research into damage after strokes without animal testing in the future - using "mini-brains" from the lab
University of Cambridge researchers develop implants to help bypass nerve damage so people can move paralyzed limbs again.
The economic profile of Kennispark needs to be sharpened. One way of doing this is to achieve a better mix of knowledge-based companies and other activities.
The organ chips that the hDMT consortium plans to develop will eventually enable a significant reduction in animal testing.
With this new ultrasound technique, therapies can be fine-tuned to the individual patient's situation.
This ultra-fast bioprinter from Utrecht University in the Netherlands makes it possible to print a heart valve or segment of a thighbone.
Sometimes you are overtaken by everyday reality. At the end of last year, New York-based Humane Genomics was still working hard to develop a synthetic […]
CEO Intravacc Jan Groen: ‘Development of a vaccine against the Coronavirus will take at least another 1.5 years’
The Coronavirus is killing more and more people, and in the meantime, everyone is hoping for a cure so we can stop worrying about people […]
When can a manufacturer claim that their cookies are healthy? What rules should they stick to? And how is testing done to ensure that these […]
The Maastricht University Medical Center (MUMC+) receives a grant for research into Killer Cells and Breast Cancer. The subsidy (1.48 million euros) was provided by […]