Manufacturing is the production of products across all industries, on a large-scale, using machinery.
Astrea Bioseparations (“Astrea Bio”), a leading provider of novel purification and separation tools supporting the development of next-generation therapeutics, has announced today the commercial launch of its Nereus LentiHERO™ lentiviral vector (LVV) purification technology.
The National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering awarded Case Western Reserve $6.1 million to develop body tissue engineering.
Actylis Integrates Aceto and its 10 Acquired Specialists with Broad Expertise in GMP and Non-GMP Raw Material Manufacturing and Sourcing into a Singular Global Brand
Tufts University scientists recently devised a technique to produce silk-based materials that do not stick to water, or almost anything else containing water.
Biomedical engineers at Duke University have revealed a microbial community phenomenon that is analogous to teaching neighbors how to perform critical jobs by ripping out and sharing parts of the brain.
Living cell factories can manufacture custom drug compounds and biofuels using biological enzymes.
Osaka Metropolitan University scientists have developed a simple, rapid method to simultaneously identify multiple food poisoning bacteria, based on color differences in the scattered light by nanometer-scaled organic metal nanohybrid structures (NHs) that bind via antibodies to those bacteria.
In response to increasing demand for stabilised molecular diagnostic assays, we have significantly increased our single batch lyophilised reagent bead manufacturing throughput to 300,000 reactions per freeze drying run and are now progressing towards a capacity of 100 million tests per annum.
Mayo Clinic today announced a strategic collaboration in biomanufacturing to deliver novel biotherapeutics for rare and complex conditions.
The UCLA creators of a miniature microscope that can be mounted on the heads of lab animals to provide an invaluable view into the brain's inner workings have received a $4 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop next-generation versions of their "miniscope."
The prescription humans use to manage high blood pressure, discomfort, or memory loss may one day originate from modified bacteria, cultivated in a vat like a yogurt, offering more inexpensive, sustainable drug options than people now have.
Heart disease -; the leading cause of death in the U.S. -; is so deadly in part because the heart, unlike other organs, cannot repair itself after injury.
DZNE and Intravacc B.V., have received a grant from the European Union of € 2.5 million to further create a prototype ALS vaccine.
Researchers from the University of Tokyo pool knowledge of robotics and tissue culturing to create a controllable robotic finger covered with living skin tissue.
Researchers have developed a unique 3D printed system for harvesting stem cells from bioreactors, offering the potential for high quality, wide-scale production of stem cells in Australia at a lower cost.
To optimize biomaterials for reliable, cost-effective paper production, building construction, and biofuel development, researchers often study the structure of plant cells using techniques such as freezing plant samples or placing them in a vacuum.
Osteoarthritis – a painful condition that results from the deterioration of the cartilage in our joints – affects millions of people worldwide.
Small interfering RNAs, or siRNAs, have the potential to cure tumors by targeting knocking down oncogenes that drive tumor development while avoiding the damage associated with chemotherapy.
MIP Diagnostics, a leading UK nanotechnology firm has today rebranded to MIP Discovery as the business continues its expansion within the healthcare sector.
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