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New Research Could Revolutionize Genomic Sequencing Of

New Research Could Revolutionize Genomic Sequencing Of Drug-resistant Bacteria

Provided by University of East Anglia New nanopore DNA sequencing technology on a device the size of a USB stick could be used to diagnose infection - according to new research from the University of East Anglia and Public Health England....

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2014-12-18 08:27:14

- Patent Covers Taxane Prodrug Nanoparticle Delivery Technology - EWING, N.J., Dec. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Celator Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

2014-12-15 23:02:39

AIC and SWeNT will be partners in the project, located at the Sumgait Chemical Industrial Park, approximately 20 miles from the capital city of Baku.

2014-12-03 23:03:35

“Nanotech Industrial Solutions Inc.”,(NIS) will join forces with its wholly owned subsidiary “NanoMaterials Ltd.”, to attend the “Power-Gen International”, held in Orlando Florida

Consumer Acceptance of Nanotech, Genetic Modification In Foods Depends On Nutrition, Safety
2014-12-03 03:02:21

New research shows that the majority of consumers will accept the presence of nanotechnology or genetic modification (GM) technology in foods – but only if the technology enhances the nutrition or improves the safety of the food.

2014-12-02 23:12:57

Nanomechanics Inc. and Nanoscience Instruments today announced an exclusive partnership that teams the market-leading strengths of each company to offer the innovative iNano nanoindenter.

2014-12-02 12:32:11

SAN DIEGO, Dec. 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Sienna Labs announced today that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office issued U.S. Patent No.

2014-12-01 08:39:17

Dedicated nanoimprint lithography (NIL) solutions to enable rapid development of NILPhotonics(TM) applications, feasibility studies and pilot-line production services for faster time to market


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