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Trans-urethral prostate hyperthermia has a 100% initial response rate.

April 15, 2010
biotech

[NEWS]   SARASOTA, Fla., <span class=”xn-chron…


Dr. Kristiina Vuori Promoted to President of Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute

April 14, 2010
biotech

Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute has promoted Kristiina Vuori, M.D., Ph.D., to President of the Institute. In this role, she will …Click Here to Read More


New method for recovering pricey nanoparticles

April 14, 2010
biotech

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Contact: Michael Bernstein m_bernstein@acs.org 202-872-6042 American Chemical Society Scientists are reporting first use of a new method that may make it easier for manufacturers to recover, recycle, and reuse nanoparticles, some of which ounce for ounce can be more precious than gold. The method, which offers a solution to a nagging problem, cou…


Mounting Evidence Shows Positive Impact of Biotech Crops

April 13, 2010
biotech

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  BRUSSELS, Apr…


Welcome to Port St. Lucie

April 13, 2010
biotech

Last night, the Port St. Lucie City Council approved the issuance of up to $66 million in revenue bonds to …Click Here to Read More


VGTI receives $3.5 million grant

April 9, 2010
biotech

The U.S. Commerce Department announced $4.57 million in grants Wednesday to help VGTI Florida build a new bio-science facility in …Click Here to Read More


Computational feat speeds finding of genes to milliseconds instead of years

April 8, 2010
biotech

Like a magician who says, “Pick a card, any card,” Stanford University computer scientist Debashis Sahoo, PhD, seemed to be …Click Here to Read More


“start/stop switch” for retroviruses

April 8, 2010
biotech

A University of British Columbia doctoral candidate has discovered a previously unknown mechanism for silencing retroviruses, segments of genetic material …Click Here to Read More


Powerful new method allows scientists to probe gene activation

April 8, 2010
biotech

[NEWS] Contact: Dorie Klissas dorie.klissas@nyumc.org 212-404-3555 NYU Langone Medical Center / New York University School of Medicine May allow investigation of how unfolding of DNA breaks down in diseases like cancer NYU Langone Medical Center researchers have developed a powerful new method to investigate the discrete…


Graphene films clear major fabrication hurdle

April 8, 2010
biotech

[NEWS] Contact: Lynn Yarris lcyarris@lbl.gov 510-486-5375 DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Graphene, the two-dimensional crystalline form of carbon, is a potential superstar for the electronics industry. With freakishly mobile electrons that can blaze through the material at nearly the speed of light – 100 times faster than electrons can move th…