NanoCellect raises $35M for new development
NanoCellect Biomedical has raised $35 million this year in funding rounds to accelerate the company's commercial growth plans and new product development goals. Read More
Deepcell and Stanford to provide data for new cell atlas project
Deepcell, a life science company that develops artificial intelligence-powered cell classification technology, and Stanford University have entered an agreement to provide data for a new cell atlas project. Read More
Mission Bio updates platform to expand heme-onc research
Mission Bio has improved its Tapestri platform to expand its accessibility and utility in hematologic oncology (heme-onc) research. Read More
INanoBio creates new device to speed up DNA sequencing
Startup INanoBio has developed a new field effect nanopore transistor device, which represents a step toward faster DNA sequencing. Read More
How challenging risky ideas fuels the research ecosystem
If you knew that an experiment would fail, would it be worthwhile to conduct if it had the potential to challenge fundamental hypotheses about science? In a recent interview with ScienceBoard.net, world-renowned Stanford University scientist and serial entrepreneur Stephen Quake, PhD, discussed the value of basic research and his contributions to the biomedical field. Read More
KromaTiD launches mapping service for human genome in single cells
KromaTiD has launched a new product called dGH Screen for mapping the human genome in single cells. The tool uses the company's proprietary directional genomic hybridization (dGH) technology, a platform for measuring genomic structure and structural variation. Read More
NanoString uses tech to assess ties between tumor cells and immune cells
NanoString Technologies is directing attention to research published online August 26 in Cell involving its GeoMx Digital Spatial Profiler technology. Read More
Vizgen begins shipping Merscope instruments for single-cell genomics
Vizgen has shipped its first commercial Merscope instruments to research institutions as part of a limited summer release program. Merscope enables high-plex, single-cell spatial genomics and large-scale spatial profiling of individual transcripts within cells. Read More
Deepcell hits 1 billion images in cell morphology atlas
Deepcell, a life science company developing artificial intelligence-powered cell classification, announced that its cell morphology atlas now includes over 1 billion cell images. Read More
'Minibrains' grown from stem cells replicate brain's electrical activity
Researchers have grown 3D human brain tissue from stem cells that replicates the patterns of electrical activity found in the brains of patients with Rett syndrome. These "minibrain organoids" can be used to investigate the underlying causes of neurological disease and screen and test potential drug candidates, according to research published on August 23 in Nature Neuroscience. Read More
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