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.
454 Life Sciences and the GSC at Washington University Announce Collaborative Research Plan
Research will be performed on the 454 Life Sciences' Genome Sequencer 20 Systems at the Genome Sequencing Center.
Xceleron and Servier Sign Agreement to Accelerate Drug Development
The Agreement covers the provision by Xceleron of accelerator mass spectrometry services to assist Servier.
MedImmune Licenses BioWa’s POTELLIGENT™ Technology
BioWa will provide MedImmune with commercial rights to use the technology to enhance antibody-dependent cellular cytotoxicity.
deCODE Announces Appointment of Dr. Linda Buck to Board of Directors
Dr. Linda will give valuable contribution to deCODE’s efforts to apply human genetics to make better medicine.
Celera Diagnostics Discovers Genes Associated with Alzheimer's Disease
The study provides valuable insights into the genetic contribution to Alzheimer's disease.
BioTrove and SPRI Expand Lead Discovery Collaboration
BioTrove will use its RapidFire® Lead Discovery service for assay development and high throughput screening.
Domantis Announces Therapeutic Alliance with Bristol-Myers Squibb
Both companies collaborate to develop domain antibody products.
Study Hints at Role of Stem Cell Genes in Cancers
Misregulated embryonic stem cell genes, scientists have reasoned, could cause or advance cancer.
InforSense Initiates Annual 'Open House'
Presentations by Customers, Including GlaxoSmithKline and Windber Research Institute, Showcase ROI for InforSense Applications.
Nimblegen Systems Raises Another $8.2 Million in Financing
The Company has raised a total of $50 million since its inception in 1999.