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Trial Shows Same High/Low Dose Aspirin Outcomes

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Results from a large-scale clinical trial show almost the same health outcomes for patients prescribed high or low doses of aspirin to prevent heart disease. . . . → Read More: Trial Shows Same High/Low Dose Aspirin Outcomes

Infographic – Health Care A.I. Funds Jump in Q1

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Venture funding for start-ups providing artificial intelligence services in health care climbed to a record high volume in the first quarter of 2021. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Health Care A.I. Funds Jump in Q1

Synthetic Bio Company Goes Public in $2.5B Merger

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A company developing synthetic biology and engineering tools for biotechnology is becoming a public company through a special-purpose acquisition. . . . → Read More: Synthetic Bio Company Goes Public in $2.5B Merger

Biomanufacturing Materials Company Issues $500M IPO

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Zymergen Inc., a developer of materials made with synthetic biology for industrial products is raising $500 million in its initial public stock offering. . . . → Read More: Biomanufacturing Materials Company Issues $500M IPO

Concrete Mfring Processes Win CO2 Conversion Challenge

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Two companies with alternative techniques for manufacturing concrete won a challenge competition to convert carbon dioxide into useful products. . . . → Read More: Concrete Mfring Processes Win CO2 Conversion Challenge

Nine Campuses Join Rural Food Research Fund

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Nine universities in the U.S. are taking part in a program supporting research and entrepreneurs developing food and agricultural solutions in rural areas. . . . → Read More: Nine Campuses Join Rural Food Research Fund

Infographic – Biotech Index Dips in Q1

Chart: NBI, Q1 2021

For the first three months of 2021, the NBI continued its climb from last year, but then headed south and ended up about where it began for the year. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Biotech Index Dips in Q1

Coupons, Vouchers Used for Few Prescription Drugs

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An analysis of customer transactions shows discounts from suppliers are used for only a small fraction of prescription drugs on the market. . . . → Read More: Coupons, Vouchers Used for Few Prescription Drugs

Cell-Based Fish Company Gains $8.25M in Seed Funds

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The start-up enterprise Bluu Biosciences is underway creating seafood products from fish stem cells, and raising $US 8.25 million in seed funds. . . . → Read More: Cell-Based Fish Company Gains $8.25M in Seed Funds

Infographic – Stanford, MIT Lead Start-Up Alma Maters

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The founders of start-up tech companies in the U.S. raising $1 million or more since 1 Jan. 2020 come from mainly top research institutions. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Stanford, MIT Lead Start-Up Alma Maters