Biotecnología

Biotecnología

BigHat Biosciences, Merck Enter AI Research Collaboration
30/11/2022 - To optimize up to three proteins by leveraging BigHat’s platform to synthesize, express, purify, and characterize molecules.
Theralink Technologies Achieves CAP Accreditation for Protein Array Lab
30/11/2022 - Becomes the company's first Reverse Phase Protein Array lab in the U.S. with CAP accreditation for its next-gen proteomic services.
Wheeler Bio, CRB Unveil New Oklahoma City Manufacturing Facility
10/11/2022 - 35,000-square-foot facility for clinical drug substance manufacturing of antibodies and recombinant proteins.
Thermo Fisher Scientific Introduces Orbitrap Ascend Tribrid
04/10/2022 - Designed to enable improved multiplexed proteomics and native protein characterization.
UC San Diego Receives $1.3M from W. M. Keck Foundation to Study Origins of Dementia
22/08/2022 - Researchers at the University of California San Diego have received a $1.3 million grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation for a project that could help scientists better understand the role misfolded...
Novavax Submits EUA for Protein-based COVID-19 Vax Booster
16/08/2022 - Protein-based vaccine uses purified pieces of the virus to spur an immune response, a technology that has been used to combat hepatitis B and influenza.
FDA Approves Merck’s Vaxneuvance in Infants and Children
23/06/2022 - Becomes the first pneumococcal conjugate vaccine approved in almost a decade to help protect pediatric populations.
UC San Diego Researchers Part of $25M Project To Build Artificial Coral Reefs for Coastal Protection
22/06/2022 - A team of researchers involving UC San Diego has received a $25 million award from the U.S. Department of Defense’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to build artificial coral reefs...
Political Scientist LaGina Gause Probes the Power of Protest
03/06/2022 - Protests have played a central role in the American story since the chaotic and colorful Boston Tea Party in 1773. Now, a new book by UC San Diego political scientist LaGina Gause adds a twist to the...
Antares Vision Enhances Global Tracking System Software
01/06/2022 - Upgrades include expanded data integrity protection and enhanced Levels 1 & 2 equipment agnosticism for simplified aggregation.
The Voting Rights Act Increased Racial Economic Equality That’s Now Diminishing
19/05/2022 - As many State legislatures consider weakening voter protections and Congress debates new voting rights laws, recent research from the University of California San Diego’s Rady School of Management...
Tips to Eat Sustainably as a Student on a Budget
29/04/2022 - As a college student, trying to find healthy and affordable food can be tricky, especially with any dietary restrictions. If you live on campus like me, you likely have limited kitchen or storage...
ProteoNic and NecstGen Partner to Improve Viral Vector Manufacturing
27/04/2022 - Aim to improve and advance AAV and LV viral vector manufacturing technology and increase production capacity.
Sustainable Sneakers: UC San Diego Scientists Create the World’s First Biodegradable Shoe
22/04/2022 - Stephen Mayfield, a molecular biology professor at UC San Diego, now has a stake in the business of footwear alongside partners Michael Burkart and Robert Pomeroy from the Department of Chemistry and...
Schreiner MediPharm Develops New Security Label for Vials
13/04/2022 - Introduces a tamper protection label with clear and irreversible first-opening indication for vials.
Antares Vision Group Enhances Global Tracking System Software
12/04/2022 - New version features tightened data integrity protection (DIP), and more easily integrates with off-brand Levels 1 & 2 serialization equipment.
Record-breaking, ultrafast devices step to protecting the grid from EMPs
11/04/2022 - Scientists have announced a tiny, electronic device that can shunt excess electricity within a few billionths of a second while operating at a record-breaking 6,400 volts -- a significant step...
Live wire: New research on nanoelectronics
11/04/2022 - Researchers show that certain proteins can act as efficient electrical conductors. In fact, these tiny protein wires may have better conductance properties than similar nanowires composed of DNA,...
New Evidence Suggests California’s Environmental Policies Preferentially Protect Whites
08/04/2022 - Asian and Hispanic communities experience significantly more air pollution from economic activity compared to predominantly white neighborhoods across the state of California, according to new...
Novavax Seeks CMA of COVID-19 Vax in Adolescents
01/04/2022 - Nuvaxovid would be the first protein-based option for adolescents aged 12-17 years in Europe.
Germany Selects Celonic AG to Secure Long-Term Supply of Covid-19 Vaccines
25/03/2022 - Celonic will provide the capacity and the expertise for the production of protein-based vaccines at its Heidelberg site at least until 2029.