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  1. Nanoscience Instruments Expands into Contract Services with Nanoscience Analytical

    10.07 / 14:53 bio-medicine.org Bio-medicine.org - Technology
    Phoenix, Arizona (PRWEB) October 06, 2017 With more than 15 years’ experience providing advanced instruments and applications consulting for microscopy and surface analysis, Nanoscience Instruments is now expanding into Analytical Services. Utilizing the in-house expertise in application co…
  2. Phase Genomics Announces Availability of Kit-based ProxiMeta™ Hi-C Metagenome Deconvolution

    10.07 / 14:53 bio-medicine.org Bio-medicine.org - Technology
    Seattle, WA (PRWEB) October 06, 2017 Phase Genomics, the industry leader in Hi-C-based genomic technologies, launched its ProxiMeta™ Hi-C metagenome deconvolution product, featuring the first commercially available Hi-C kit. Researchers can use the ProxiMeta Hi-C kit and accompanying cl…
  3. Winners of 2017 Nobel Prize in Chemistry Helped Spark "New Era" in Biochemistry

    10.07 / 14:53 bio-medicine.org Bio-medicine.org - Technology
    WALTHAM, Mass. , Oct. 6, 2017 /- The 2017 Nobel Prize in Chemistry recognizes the pioneering work of three scientists, Jacques Dubochet, Joachim Frank and Richard Henderson , whose breakthrough developments in cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM) have helped to broaden the use of this technology within the structural biology community. The winners worked with systems …
  4. The HealthTech Venture Network Celebrates Innovation and Female Entrepreneurship at Fourth Annual Conference in Boston

    10.07 / 14:53 bio-medicine.org Bio-medicine.org - Technology
    Boston, Mass. (PRWEB) October 06, 2017 The HealthTech Venture Network (HTVN) is proud to spotlight female entrepreneurship within the healthcare and technology sector at their fourth annual Conference where founders, investors, innovative practitioners and collaborators are invited to a…
  5. ABC²'s Research Showcase: INSIGhT - The First-Ever Adaptive Clinical Trial for Glioblastoma

    10.06 / 18:32 bio-medicine.org Bio-medicine.org - Technology
    Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) October 06, 2017 On Tuesday, October 24th, ABC² (Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure) will host a lunch discussion and webinar on INSIGhT, the first-ever adaptive clinical trial for glioblastoma (GBM). The featured speaker will be Dr. Brian Alexander, INSIGhT…
  6. LabRoots Launches Month-long Campaign in Efforts to Push Breast Cancer Research Forward

    10.06 / 18:32 bio-medicine.org Bio-medicine.org - Technology
    YORBA LINDA, CA (PRWEB) October 05, 2017 LabRoots , the leading provider of educational and interactive virtual events for tech innovators, engineers, and scientists from around the world, is giving back to cancer research with a month-long promotion supporting the advancement of breast…
  7. Gut Love: Bacteria, Love and Immunology Intersect at Esther Klein Gallery Exhibit

    10.06 / 18:32 bio-medicine.org Bio-medicine.org - Technology
    Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) October 05, 2017 Understanding the microbiome, the millions of bacteria that live in our guts, is one of the newest frontiers in human health. Gut Love: You Are My Future, the newest exhibit on display at the University City Science Center’s Esther Klein Gallery (E…
  8. Circulomics Receives $1.7M to Develop Nanobind Methods for FFPE DNA/RNA Extraction and NGS Library Preparation

    10.06 / 18:32 bio-medicine.org Bio-medicine.org - Technology
    Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) October 05, 2017 NIH has awarded Circulomics two SBIR grants totaling over $1.7M to develop new applications of its Nanobind DNA/RNA extraction technology . Nanobind is a novel magnetic disk that contains a high density of micro- and nanostructured silica on the…
  9. Three Trends Drive Consumer Demand for Greater Food Transparency

    10.06 / 18:32 bio-medicine.org Bio-medicine.org - Technology
    Fairfield, Iowa (PRWEB) October 05, 2017 As over 13,000 leading food and beverage retailers get set to recognize Non-GMO Month in October, industry expert David Carter explains what’s driving consumer demand for greater food transparency. “Now, more than ever before, consumers want to know…