Data-driven modeling predicts hydrogel properties to accelerate biomedical research
Researchers have developed a data-driven modeling approach for predicting the properties of injected hydrogel blocks. Read More
Mixing cancer drugs in nanoparticle combinations improves efficacy in mice
Using polymer nanoparticles to carry multiple cancer drugs achieves better outcomes than administering the combination of therapeutics without a delivery vehicle, according to preclinical research published on 26 January in Nature Nanotechnology. Read More
Shrinking hydrogels enlarge nanofabrication options
Carnegie Mellon University and Chinese University of Hong Kong researchers are collaborating to reduce the size of printable nanodevices. Their work, published December 22 in Science, may facilitate the design and manufacture of sophisticated nanodevices. Read More
Creating eye tissue using 3D bioprinting
National Eye Institute (NEI) scientists have produced viable eye tissue using patient stem cells and 3D bioprinting. Their research, published on Thursday in Nature Methods, advances the understanding of blinding eye diseases and provides a model for studying their genesis. Read More
Scientists manufacture malaria sporozoites without mosquitoes
Sanaria scientists have manufactured Plasmodium falciparum (Pf) sporozoites (SPZ) in vitro, enabling the critical, first breakthrough steps to scale up manufacturing of the PfSPZ malaria vaccine. Read More
Shenandoah expands cytokine, growth factors portfolio for cell and gene therapies
Shenandoah Biotechnology, a Fujifilm Irvine Scientific company, has announced the expansion of its CTGrade portfolio of cytokine and growth factors for cell and gene therapies that are manufactured following current good manufacturing practices. Read More
Scientists accelerate synthesis of complex molecules with pharmaceutical applications
University of Bristol researchers have developed a highly efficient iterative strategy for the synthesis of complex molecules in the laboratory with pharmaceutical applications, including the manufacture of antibiotics and antifungal medicines. Read More
Sartorius BIA Separations, Exopharm team for large-scale exosome production
Bio-chromatography company Sartorius BIA Separations and medicine biopharmaceutical company Exopharm have signed a material transfer agreement in order to meet the demand of improved large-scale therapeutic exosome production and commercialization. Read More
NSF grant awarded to develop membrane purification platform
University of Kentucky researchers, in collaboration with the University of Arkansas and Clemson University, have received a $1.6 million National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to create a membrane purification platform for large-scale biomanufacturing of viral vectors and virus-like particles. Read More
Researchers slash time needed to produce CAR T cells for cancer patients in need
Researchers at University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center and their collaborators have streamlined the production of CAR T cells, a mainstay of modern immunotherapy treatment for certain cancers. Read More
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