BioMoti, Pharmidex and Queen Mary University of London awarded grant to support preclinical studies of new therapeutic approaches for hard to treat tumors.
Acetone detecting semiconducting nanoparticles incorporated into breathalyzers, similar to those utilized in alcohol detection, show promise in the real-time monitoring of lipolysis.
Research developing cyro-electron microscopy has been awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2017. The method simplifies and improves the imaging of biomolecules.
Blood-based DNA test discovered by researchers could allow for effective, minimally invasive diagnosis of hepatocellular carcinoma.
The global CRO, PPD, have been announced as the best CRO provider at the World ADC Awards for advancing cancer research.
Researchers in Korea have developed a sensing system that offers rapid and sensitive detection of trace amounts of amphetamine-type stimulants in urine and other samples at the point-of-use.
A new study has demonstrated how liquid biopsies could enable response rate prediction to immunotherapy treatment for cancer, taking a positive step towards personalized chemotherapy.
An exclusive agreement between Amgen and Simcere has been announced in the co-development and commercialization of four undisclosed oncology and inflammation biosimilars.
Konica Minolta acquires the US-based pharmaceutical research company Invicro, which specializes in imaging services and software for research and drug development.