Cell and gene therapy sector remains strong despite challenges: ARM CEO
The cell and gene therapy sector is “quite strong” despite the regulatory, investment, and manufacturing challenges facing the industry, according to Janet Lambert, CEO of the Alliance for Regenerative Medicine (ARM). Lambert spoke with ScienceBoard.net about developments in the industry. Read More
Machine learning model opens door to real-time detection of cell therapy contamination
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Singapore site have developed a new way to detect adventitious microbial contamination in mesenchymal stromal cell cultures. By using machine learning to predict if a culture is contaminated in near real-time, the approach could enable testing to take place during the production of cell therapy products. Read More
Bio-Rad debuts new chromatography column packs
Bio-Rad Laboratories has launched EconoFit low-pressure prepacked chromatography column packs to support resin screening experiments in the development of protein purification workflows. Read More
Aizon unveils new data processing product
Aizon debuted its new good practice-compliant data processing product, Aizon Digitize, which supports life sciences manufacturers with digitization, productivity, and avoiding time-consuming data inputs. Read More
ProteoNic licenses protein production tech to GenScript ProBio
ProteoNic is licensing its 2G UNic technology for boosting therapeutic protein production to GenScript ProBio, a global contract development and manufacturing organization. Read More
Artiva opens new U.S. headquarters, lab
Artiva Biotherapeutics has officially opened its previously announced U.S. corporate headquarters and laboratory facility in San Diego. Read More
Agilent wins 3 Scientists’ Choice Awards
Aiglent Technologies has received three Scientists’ Choice Awards, including Best New Spectroscopy Product of 2021 for its Agilent 6560C Ion Mobility LC/Q-TOF. Read More
Sciex debuts Zeno Swath DIA, OS software
Sciex has unveiled Zeno Swath data-independent acquisition (DIA), a digital record of a sample that can enable researchers to discover more potential biomarkers to be used in the development of clinical tests and in the discovery of new therapies. The firm also debuted its Sciex operating system (OS) software v3.0, a software that powers mass spectrometers across the Sciex portfolio. Read More
Curia adopts Berkeley Lights platform to accelerate, expand antibody-based drug discovery
Contract research, development, and manufacturing organization Curia has adopted Berkeley Lights’ platform to accelerate and expand its antibody-based drug discovery capabilities. Read More
BD debuts new cell sorter at ISAC
Becton Dickinson (BD) is unveiling its new cell sorting technology at the International Society for Advancement of Cytometry (ISAC) CYTO 2022 conference taking place June 3-7. Read More
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