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Synthetic Biology Project Receives Two National Science Foundation Grants
News   Oct 08, 2009

The Wilson Center receives the grants to carry out a transatlantic exploratory workshop and to support research on explore emerging issues in synthetic biology.

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First Biomarker Experts Workshop in Heidelberg Successful
News   Oct 08, 2009

Experts discussed the requirements for the latest-generation of biomarkers at the first workshop of the Biomarker Discovery Center in Heidelberg

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€1.7million Grant to Help Solve Maths Cancer Puzzle
News   Sep 28, 2009

Mathematicians at the University of Dundee have been awarded a major European grant of almost €1.7million to develop a virtual model of cancer growth and spread.

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Innovative flow cytometry software to be demonstrated at the Great Lakes International Imaging and Flow Cytometry Association
News   Sep 28, 2009

VenturiOne® v3, Applied Cytometry’s innovative off-line Flow Cytometry data analysis software that allows researchers to work with more colours, monitor more events and deal with more samples, will be showcased, at the GLIIFCA, Great Lakes International Imaging and Flow Cytometry Association’s annual meeting.

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Agilent Technologies Collaborates with Persistent Systems
News   Sep 07, 2009

Agilent also joins DriverCentral.net to promote multivendor chromatography system interoperability.

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Thermo Fisher Scientific Implements LIMS for the Food and Environment Research Agency
News   Sep 03, 2009

Fera uses Thermo Scientific Nautilus to manage critical laboratory data and processes.

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Hybrigenics Wins a USD 2.1 Million Yeast Two-Hybrid Contract
News   Sep 02, 2009

Hybrigenics will provide expert protein interactions services to an American multinational life sciences company under a 3-year agreement.

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Miami Institute for Human Genomics Receives $20M Gift for Research
News   Aug 31, 2009

The grant is expected to support one of the first large–scale autism sequencing projects of its kind.

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Scientists Develop Math Model that Accurately Mimics Cell Division in Carbon-Cycling Bacterium
News   Aug 28, 2009

New mathematical model allows researchers to study and analyze the systems-level dynamics of the Caulobacter cell cycle.

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UK Leads European Research Programme with £10M Investment in Bioscience Data Handling Capacity
News   Aug 28, 2009

The UK has made its first substantial commitment to a major emerging pan-European science project with a £10M investment.

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