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Broad Institute in Crispr Licensing Program

One of the key inventors of a genome editing technique known as Crispr is joining a program that promises to ease licensing of its patents for the technology. . . . → Read More: Broad Institute in Crispr Licensing Program

Simple, Inexpensive Pathogen Detector Developed

A simple and inexpensive detection device is being created to find disease-causing microbes in samples of food, water, and human specimens. . . . → Read More: Simple, Inexpensive Pathogen Detector Developed

Undergrad Research Leads to Probiotic Beer

An undergraduate’s research project in Singapore led to the invention of a new type of beer having live bacteria associated with improving gut health. . . . → Read More: Undergrad Research Leads to Probiotic Beer

Supreme Court Cuts Biosimilar Waiting Time

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled yesterday that makers of biologic drugs similar to branded originals need not wait an additional 6 months to begin marketing their products. . . . → Read More: Supreme Court Cuts Biosimilar Waiting Time

Patent Awarded for COPD Dry Powder Inhaler Formula

A formulation for dry powder inhalers to treat respiratory diseases that its developers say delivers medication to the lungs more efficiently received a U.S. patent. . . . → Read More: Patent Awarded for COPD Dry Powder Inhaler Formula

Synthetic Retina Developed with Natural Materials

A chemistry lab in the U.K. developed a synthetic retina made of natural materials resembling human tissue that in lab tests detects static, moving, and grey-scale images. . . . → Read More: Synthetic Retina Developed with Natural Materials

Smartphone-Controlled Cells Produce Insulin on Demand

A system designed by researchers in China and Switzerland and controlled by a smartphone app was shown in lab mice to produce insulin on demand from engineered pancreas cells. . . . → Read More: Smartphone-Controlled Cells Produce Insulin on Demand

Plant-Based Drug Shown to Cure Drug-Resistant Malaria

An experimental drug made from dried Artemisia annua plant leaves cured patients in Africa with malaria infections that became resistant to current drugs. . . . → Read More: Plant-Based Drug Shown to Cure Drug-Resistant Malaria

Compound Found to Prevent Asthma Inflammation

A research team in Cincinnati discovered a small-molecule drug compound that in lab mice prevents cells in the lungs from becoming inflamed, as occurs in asthma attacks. . . . → Read More: Compound Found to Prevent Asthma Inflammation

Nanoparticles Boost T-Cells to Fight Leukemia

A cancer research lab designed a process to treat leukemia by reprogramming cells in the immune system with genes on nanoscale biodegradable particles. . . . → Read More: Nanoparticles Boost T-Cells to Fight Leukemia