Consulting firm Frost & Sullivan reveal huge opportunities for mergers and acquisition in the global market, particularly in the Asia-pacific and African regions.
Researchers have developed a novel implantable sensor that can wirelessly send data regarding biomarkers to an external device reader, allowing doctors to monitor patients and therapies.
Study examining biomarkers researched in the last five years provides first comprehensive list of cancer blood biomarkers.
Researchers from the Czech Republic have developed a technology that facilitates the preparation of matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization (MALDI) – compatible protein chips by a process termed ambient ion landing.
European researchers have developed a faster and more affordable method to identify individuals more susceptible to Alzheimer’s disease utilizing a biochip-based blood test.
Scientists from Russia have created hybrid spectrometers with greater selectivity and sensitivity. The device also allows faster analysis of various complex samples.
Highly sensitive devices detecting biological and chemical compounds are being developed by scientists.
Researchers from the University of Texas Arlington have developed a new method to analyze dry blood spot samples based on measuring electrical conductivity.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison has received a 5-year grant to establish the National Center for Quantitative Biology of Complex Systems.