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Tim Sandle
Works at Bio Products Laboratory
Attended Keele University
Lives in St Albans
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Scientists are curious to know whether microbes isolated from Earth grow in the same way on board the International Space Station (ISS). Such information is important for long-distant space travel.
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Researchers have harnessed nanotechnology in order to avoid deep bone infections, where infections stem from bacteria and fungi. These types of infections can occur following dentistry.
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The makers of the hit television comedy “The Big Bang Theory” have launched a scheme designed to help students to begin science or technology careers. The scheme is called “The Big Bang Theory Scholarship Endowment.”
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Smartphones can be used to accurately assess the number of people forming a crowd. This has been made possible through advances in technology.
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Researchers, through analysing thousands of eye specimens, have concluded that the risk of infection to contact lens wearers depends on the individual and that the risk can change over time. This is due to the microbes in the eye.
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ISO 14698 for non-sterile environments?
ISO
14698 (parts 1 and 2) has been in place since 1998. The document is applicable
to a range of environments, although it has tended to be referred to by those
involved with the manufacture of sterile pharmaceuticals. That said, in my
experience, few insti...
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A one centimeter sized chip that can be inserted under the skin, and feeding into a special patch with results transmitted to a smartphone, could be the answer to health monitoring and disease detection.
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Patented Clean Room System Set to Improve Standards
A revolutionary granted patented system is set to massively improve the standard of installation in internal corners when sheet vinyl is a requirement in sterile environments. The system, which has been developed through a desire to improve standards and in...
A revolutionary granted patented system is set to massively improve the standard of installation in internal corners when sheet vinyl is a requirement in sterile environments. The system, which has been developed through a de...
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Space travel is back in the news again, with talk of a mission to Mars and perhaps further within the galaxy. Yet many questions about human physiology and space travel remain unanswered. Here, scientists have stumbled on a new risk: thinning skin.
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How Cholera Deaths of the Past Could Shine a Blue Light of Hope
Cholera remains an important cause of morbidity and mortality
worldwide. It is currently in its seventh official pandemic, as
recognized by the World Health Organization. In relation to this important disease, Tim Sandle has written a new short paper on the...
Cholera remains an important cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. It is currently in its seventh official pandemic, as recognized by the World Health Organization. In relation to this important disease, Tim Sandle has ...
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Pharmaceutical Microbiologist
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  • Bio Products Laboratory
    present
  • Pharmaceutical Microbiologist, present
  • NHS Blood and Transplant
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St Albans
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London - Beckenham - Borehamwood - Radlett
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Microbiologist
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Pharmaceutical microbiologist, communications lead for Pharmig (Pharmaceutical Microbiology Interest Group), consultant microbiologist
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  • Keele University
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How well do microbes grow on the ISS?
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Scientists are curious to know whether microbes isolated from Earth grow in the same way on board the International Space Station (ISS). Suc

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Micro-chip enables for disease screening
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A one centimeter sized chip that can be inserted under the skin, and feeding into a special patch with results transmitted to a smartphone,

Big Bang Theory funds science scholarships
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The makers of the hit television comedy “The Big Bang Theory” have launched a scheme designed to help students to begin science or technolog

How thin skin presents space travel risk
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Space travel is back in the news again, with talk of a mission to Mars and perhaps further within the galaxy. Yet many questions about human

Teva Pharmaceuticals fined $1.2 billion in generics row
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Teva Pharmaceuticals has been fined $1.2 billion. This is to settle the charge that a subsidiary of the big pharma company blocked the launc

Is mathematics the answer to antibiotic resistance?
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Finding new drugs to combat antibiotic resistance is a complex task and running different biological scenarios can take years. To help scree

Fecal transplants stumble over eligible donors
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The rise of fecal transplants, as therapy to treat conditions like recurring bacterial infections caused by Clostridium difficile, have slow

Salmonella survives the macrophage's acid attack
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Macrophages destroy bacteria by engulfing them in intracellular compartments, which they then acidify to kill or neutralize the bacteria. Ho

Shining a light on cancer with glowing bacteria
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Scientists have come up with a novel way to detect liver cancer. The approach makes use of beneficial bacteria. Through genetic engineering,

Marijuana plus alcohol increases THC levels in the blood
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The interaction between marijuana and alcohol remains poorly understood. A new study shows that the two can make for a dangerous combination

Two new diabetes drugs approved for U.S. and Japan
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Big pharma companies Lilly and Takeda have announced that two new types of diabetes drugs are now available for patients, after being approv

Op-Ed: Scientist satirizes 'bad science', spins chocolate-loses-weight
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There is plenty of good science out there, and there is plenty of bad science. A scientist and journalist, John Bohannon, has highlighted ho

Ontario passes 'making healthier choices' act
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The Ontario Lung Association has welcomed the decision taken by the provincial government is agreeing to the passage of Bill 45 - "Making He

ISO14644 Part 13
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A new ISO 14644 cleanroom standard has reached the final draft stage. This is: ISO 14644-13 - Cleanrooms and associated controlled environme

Natural plant material combats tooth decay
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Can adding a chemical extract from plants help with the battle against tooth decay? A new study suggests that oral health products could be

New chameleon species discovered in Madagascar
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Madagascar, noted for its rich diversity of species, has revealed new secrets: eleven new species of reptile have been discovered on the isl

Mushroom ‘tree of life’ constructed
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Biologists have trawled through thousands of fungal specimens to construct a mushroom ‘tree of life.’ This is the most comprehensive review

Are alcohol wipes effective in the presence of protein?
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Dr Tim Sandle reports on a new study that examines the microcidal efficacy of alcohol based wipes on a variety of protein contaminated denta

Roll over biology, super computer creates better crops
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For years biologists have toiled away to find ways to make better crops. Now it seems the answer lies with computers. An advanced computer h