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A step closer to safe-by-design material development
Researchers at Helmholtz Zentrum München together with scientists across Europe developed a novel animal-free method to predict the toxic effect of nanoparticles to the human lung. The method aims to enable the safety-by-design development of safer industrial materials. Our lungs are exposed to a ...
The latest skirmishes over hydraulic fracturing in Florida and California are, at their core, about water. Many fracking-related spills have been recorded, and opponents say that such incidents pose unacceptable threats to water supplies. But the issue is fraught with uncertainties. Scientists ...
eADMET to Improve Drug Discovery and Development Drugs
The Helmholtz Zentrum München and its technology transfer partner Ascenion helped get a new start-up off the ground: eADMET GmbH. The chemoinformatics company develops and commercializes new IT solutions for the prediction of physical and ADME/Tox (‘drug-like’) properties of new potential ...
Researchers at the Helmholtz Zentrum München - German Research Center for Environmental Health, together with the University of Oregon, USA have developed a new image reconstruction system for computed tomography that produces greater image quality at a lower radiation dose compared with standard ...