The partners of Boost Biosystems together with the Steinbeis-Europa-Zentrum have organized the Boost Biosystems Brokerage Event for academic professionals and entrepreneurs from the field of microsystems and biotechnology to hold bilateral meetings at Hannover Messe.
The merger is part of a streamlining of the two companies in which Arrowhead assumed active management to increase efficiency and focus resources on bringing multiple products to the clinic as rapidly as possible.
Dr. Fred Allen, President of AlwaysReady, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of mPhase Technologies, Inc., will speak at the Friedland Investment Events 2008 Alternative Energy and Clean Technology Conference on Thursday, April 24th at 10:20 AM (EDT).
The international law firm of Chadbourne and Parke announced today that it has launched a nanotechnologies practice, with a transdisciplinary approach bringing together the expertise of long-established Chadbourne practices.
Nanosphere has recalled several lots of its Warfarin Metabolism Nucleic Acid Test cartridges due to aberrant results, according to a notice recently posted on the US Food and Drug Administration?s website.
Ecology Coatings, Inc., a leader in the discovery and development of ultra-violet curable, cleantechnology advanced materials, today announced the launch of its EcoQuik line of cleantechnology coating products, which provide new capabilities for manufacturers around the world.
The convergence of genomics, information technology, and nanotechnologies will radically alter every aspect of the healthcare system from the way companies develop and market drugs to the way individuals pay for and receive medical services, according to Biotech 2008 - the 22nd annual report on the biotechnology industry from Burrill.
Angstron Materials LLC has developed a new cost effective, high quality alternative to nanotubes. The carbon-based material is called nano-graphene platelets (NGPs). Similar to carbon nanotubes, the properties and characteristics of NGPs outperform all other nanomaterials on the market.
Breath-analysis lasers made with nanotechnology components would make the technology smaller, simpler and more cost effective, said Patrick McCann, chief executive officer of Norman-based Ekips Technologies Inc.