Drug Discovery & Development
5 ways to improve the biomanufacturing workforce in regenerative medicine
A national survey of regenerative medicine biomanufacturing has revealed gaps in the training of skilled technical workers. The group behind the survey has proposed five steps to improve workforce quality and recently published its recommendations in Stem Cells Translational Medicine. Read More
Cellares, Poseida partner on cell therapy manufacturing
Poseida Therapeutics has joined Cellares' Early Access Partnership Program to accelerate cell therapy manufacturing. The collaboration is expected to provide insight into CAR T workflows as well as other technologies. Read More
Future of small-molecule drugs lies in oral formulations
The way forward for small-molecule drug manufacturers is through orally administered products, according to Spiro Rombotis, president and CEO of Cyclacel, who recently spoke with ScienceBoard.net. Read More
NanoTemper unveils Andromeda to increase protein production
NanoTemper Technologies has released Andromeda, an instrument that determines optimal expression levels and thermal stability of recombinant membrane proteins in crude lysates. Read More
Blackstone, Intellia, Cellex to launch company addressing limitations of cell therapies
Blackstone Life Sciences has committed $250 million toward the launch of a new autologous and allogeneic universal chimeric antigen receptor T-cell therapy company. Also taking part in the launch are Intellia Therapeutics and Cellex Cell Professionals, the parent company of GEMoaB, a clinical-stage cell therapy company. Read More
Danaher to acquire Aldevron in deal valued at $9.6B
Danaher announced it has signed a deal to buy DNA and messenger RNA manufacturer Aldevron for approximately $9.6 billion. Aldevron will operate as a standalone company in Danaher's Life Sciences business segment and is expected to boost Danaher's activities in genomic medicine. Read More
FDA updates requirements for COVID-19 vaccine EUAs
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a new guidance document on May 25 that updates previously issued guidance and sets expectations for future COVID-19 vaccine emergency use authorizations (EUAs) during the pandemic. Read More
Report identifies 8 areas of growth in genetics/genomics industry
With a $265 billion contribution to the U.S. economy in 2019 alone, the human genetics and genomics industry is thriving and promises to have a major impact in eight areas in coming years, according to a new report by the American Society of Human Genetics published on May 19. Read More
Nobel Prize winner Doudna shares perspectives on future of CRISPR gene editing
Small science can translate into big discoveries, according to Nobel Prize laureate Jennifer Doudna, PhD. She discussed how her curiosity in understanding CRISPR led to the gene editing revolution in a talk at the 2021 American Society of Gene & Cell Therapy virtual meeting. Read More
How one cell transplant platform is poised to tackle complex diseases
Lineage Cell Therapeutics CEO Brian Culley discusses the company's cell therapy technology with ScienceBoard.net. The technology involves the transplantation of differentiated stem cells as part of an off-the-shelf allogeneic cell therapy. Read More
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August 30 - September 2
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European Congress of Immunology (ECI) 2021
September 1-4
Belgrade Serbia
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September 13-15
New Brunswick, New Jersey United States
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