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Companies Partner on Kidney Disease in $2B Deal

Goldfinch

A collaboration between biopharmaceutical maker Gilead Sciences and biotechnology company Goldfinch Bio aims to develop precision medicines for treating various kidney diseases. . . . → Read More: Companies Partner on Kidney Disease in $2B Deal

Start-Up to Use Crispr for Heart Disease, Gains $59M

Editing DNA

A new biotechnology enterprise plans to apply genetic analysis and the gene-editing technology Crispr to reduce the risk of coronary artery disease. . . . → Read More: Start-Up to Use Crispr for Heart Disease, Gains $59M

Patent Awarded for Engineered T-Cell Cancer Therapy

Human T-cell

An experimental treatment using a person’s modified T-cells from the immune system to attack solid tumor cancers received a U.S. patent. . . . → Read More: Patent Awarded for Engineered T-Cell Cancer Therapy

Start-Up Analyzes Images to Determine Medical Condition

Stewart Wang

A new company provides a service that determines a person’s condition for disease treatments based on indicators derived from an analysis of huge medical-image databases. . . . → Read More: Start-Up Analyzes Images to Determine Medical Condition

Biotechs Partner on Gene Silencing in $1.1B Deal

Retinal gene therapy

Two biotechnology companies plan to develop new therapies mainly for eye and neurological diseases that silence genes responsible for those conditions. . . . → Read More: Biotechs Partner on Gene Silencing in $1.1B Deal

Biotechs Join Forces for Off-the-Shelf Stem Cells

Crispr genome edits illustration

Two biotechnology enterprises working in genome editing and regenerative medicine are sharing their technologies to develop off-the-shelf cell therapies. . . . → Read More: Biotechs Join Forces for Off-the-Shelf Stem Cells

Start-Up Creating Off-the-Shelf Stem Cell Therapies

Chad Cowan

A new company is licensing technology from the lab of its co-founder at Harvard University to develop stem cell therapies for any recipients, without causing immune reactions. . . . → Read More: Start-Up Creating Off-the-Shelf Stem Cell Therapies

Crispr Diagnostics Company Launches with $35M Funding

Sherlock paper test strips

Sherlock Biosciences Inc., a new enterprise offering medical diagnostics based on the genome-editing technology Crispr, is starting up with $35 million in seed financing. . . . → Read More: Crispr Diagnostics Company Launches with $35M Funding

Spin-Off Producing Commercial-Grade Graphene

Graphene illustration

A company based on university lab research in the U.K. says it’s producing graphene, a promising carbon-based material, in quality and scale for electronics. . . . → Read More: Spin-Off Producing Commercial-Grade Graphene

Start-Up Creating Touch Sensing for Visual Images

Ting Zhang and Shruthi Suresh

A start-up company spun off from Purdue University is developing a system that translates visual images to touch-sensing signals for people with limited visual abilities. . . . → Read More: Start-Up Creating Touch Sensing for Visual Images