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- Company receives funding for new and improved Ebola testCepheid Inc. (CA, USA), is to develop faster, safer and more user-friendly device for the onsite detection of Ebola. Posted 15/12/2014 (4 days ago)
- Changes in zinc isotopes a novel breast cancer biomarker?Changes in zinc isotope composition could be indicative of breast cancer diagnosis. Posted 15/12/2014 (4 days ago)
- New high-throughput technique for rapid experimentationNew technology could lead to faster drug discovery and enhanced ways of exploring new medicinal compounds. Posted 12/12/2014 (1 week ago)
- Bioanalysis call for papers: ADC special issueWe are currently accepting submissions for the forthcoming Bioanalysis special issue on ADCs. Posted 12/12/2014 (1 week ago)
- Conductive ink and paper electronics could cut the cost of medical toolsFlexible electronic sensors made from paper have the potential to cut costs in health care. Posted 12/12/2014 (1 week ago)
- Specialized Canadian NMR facility saved in dying momentsA reprieve seems to have saved The Canadian National Ultrahigh-Field NMR Facility for Solids, which faced closure by mid-December. Posted 12/12/2014 (1 week ago)
- Potential diabetes biomarker identified in breath samplesResearchers identify chemical marker in breath that may potentially be a sign of diabetes. Posted 10/12/2014 (1 week ago)
- Contrast agents being developed that could improve MRIScientists at an Indian life sciences startup are working in conjunction with researchers at Purdue University (IN, USA) to develop imaging agents that could potentially improve MRI. Posted 05/12/2014 (2 weeks ago)
- New study claims that cost to develop new drug is $2.6 billionCost of developing new prescription medicine with marketing approval estimated at over $2 billion. Posted 05/12/2014 (2 weeks ago)
- Microrobots are equipped with new force-sensing system to study cellsInexpensive and straightforward tool for measuring the forces exerted by microrobots may enhance their ability to probe cells and tissue. Posted 02/12/2014 (2 weeks ago)