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Vol 25, No. 09, September 2021
Identifying a Regulatory Framework That Holds the Key to Improving Crop Yield

Researchers from Zhejiang University College of Life Sciences uncover how we may improve crop production by improving phosphate uptake in soil.

The Key to Improving Iron Content in Crops

Scientists from the Zhejiang University College of Life Sciences reveal the function of a transcription factor that could help alleviate iron deficiency in our diets.

How to Protect Bees From Pesticides? With Small Rapid-Test Strips

A new rapid-test strip has been developed to detect dangerous pesticide residues on samples and aid bee protection.

Imaging Complex Brains in 3D at Micron Resolution

A new high-throughput 3D fluorescence imaging technique can produce a 3D mapping of an entire monkey brain at micron resolution.

A Sight for Sore Eyes: New Exosome Formulation Delivers Antibodies for Choroidal Neovascularisation Therapy

Researchers have proposed a new exosome-based strategy to suppress the formation of blood vessels in the eye, bringing new hopes of treating neovascular diseases.

Pre-Engraftment Syndrome: Why it Happens and How to Treat it

An 8 year-long study has revealed the pathogenesis of pre-engraftment syndrome and a therapeutic strategy to control clinical symptoms and reduce mortality.

Treating Alpha-Fetoprotein Producing Gastric Cancer From the Inside Out

Oncologists have characterised the genomic landscape of a rare and aggressive type of gastric cancer and identified several genes with tumour-promoting effects, paving the way for better-targeted therapeutics and personalised anti-cancer medicine.

New Lung Cancer Test Can Rapidly Assess Drug Sensitivity in One Week

A tiny organoid-based test can rapidly predict the effectiveness of lung cancer drugs, speeding up personalised drug testing and decision making in treatments.

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