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You Are a Tamagotchi: Turning Your Health Into a Game

March 11, 2010
biotech

The key to your health may be the feedback loop that a lot of new health data-gathering gadgets can create. It’s like a game where your stats are the score, and a better score means better health.




Berkeley Scientists Find New Way to Get Physical in the Fight Against Cancer

March 11, 2010
biotech

Berkeley Lab researchers have shown that the biochemical activity of a key player in cancer metastasis can be altered by the application of a direct physical force. This new way in which cells can sense and respond to physical forces presents a new road for future cancer therapies.


FGCU Innovation Hub groundbreaking April 7th

March 11, 2010
biotech

Florida Gulf Coast University has joined the Backe Group in a collaborative venture to create Florida Gulf Coast University Innovation …Click Here to Read More


GenomeQuest releases API

March 11, 2010
biotech

At a gathering of life science researchers, bioinformatics developers, and computational biologists, GenomeQuest today announced a comprehensive Application Programming Interface …Click Here to Read More


Port St. Lucie to issue $65 million in bonds for VGTI lab

March 11, 2010
biotech

The City Council Monday night authorized the city to issue $65 million in bonds for VGTI-Florida’s new 98,000-square-foot research laboratory. …Click Here to Read More

PhRMA Statement About Accessing Online Health Information

March 9, 2010
biotech

PhRMA Statement About Accessing Online Health Information


Is Florida cool enough for next generation?

March 9, 2010
biotech

In an attempt to add geek chic to Florida’s list of attractions, the state’s taxpayers have spent $1.5 billion to …Click Here to Read More


New FAU leader envisions greatness

March 8, 2010
biotech

Florida Atlantic University may have its share of problems, but it also has enormous potential in the eyes of its …Click Here to Read More


UF biomimicry results in extreme hydrophobic surface

March 6, 2010
biotech

Engineering researchers have crafted a flat surface that refuses to get wet. Water droplets skitter across it like ball bearings …Click Here to Read More