DNA Set To Become the World's Smallest Hard Drive
Northwestern University scientists have developed a novel in vitro method for using DNA to record and store information. The work has implications for the current data storage crisis and other scientific fields, such as neuroscience research.
Low-cost Microfluidics can be a Sticky Problem
Bonding thermoplastic microchannel plates together with solvent could be used for production of disposable "lab-on-a-chip" devices.
NIST and NCI to Collaborate on Proteomics Assessment
NIST will develop a measurement assessment material composed of proteins mimicking the complexity and dynamic range of the human plasma proteome.
Inpharmatica Announces ISO 9001 Certification for its ADME Business
Award confirms the high customer satisfaction that is driving continued growth in Admensa sales.
Aastrom Receives Manufacturing License for Production of Bone Marrow Stem Cell Products
German facility collaboration with Fraunhofer Institute to provide product for European clinical use.
Clinical Data Announces Research Collaboration Agreement with Duke University
Clinical Data will provide Duke Researchers with access to its STRENGTH studies conducted to discover genetic variants.
Ad Thanks Voters for Signing Stem Cell Initiative Petitions
The Missouri Coalition for Lifesaving Cures begins running a TV ad statewide to thank voters.
GSABC Signs Long-Term Supply Agreement with Chiron
GSABC will purchase PROCLEIX® West Nile Virus Assay and the PROCLEIX® HIV- 1/HCV Assay from Chiron.
Towards Single-particle Laboratories with Core-shell Particles
Researchers develop a quantitative nanoparticle-based sensor of chemical concentrations based on organic dye molecules.
RNA Interference is Coming of age as a Therapeutic Modality
With four clinical stage projects and 14 projects approaching IND status within the next year, RNAi is evolving as a new therapeutic modality.
Combining Gold Nanoparticles with Viruses
Gold nanoparticles have shown promise for cancer therapy.