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Biotech Creating More Efficient Crispr Therapies

DNA puzzle

A biotechnology company is developing treatments for cancer and other diseases using Crispr gene editing delivered with more efficient synthetic proteins. . . . → Read More: Biotech Creating More Efficient Crispr Therapies

Trial Requested for Covid-19 Vaccine Nasal Spray

Nasal spray

Makers of a Covid-19 vaccine given as a nasal spray asked the Food and Drug Administration to authorize a a human clinical trial of the vaccine. . . . → Read More: Trial Requested for Covid-19 Vaccine Nasal Spray

Wheat Genome Study IDs Critical Genes, Traits

Curtis Pozniak in wheat field

An international research team identified key features of the complex wheat genome, including genes affecting the grain’s yield, quality, and survival. . . . → Read More: Wheat Genome Study IDs Critical Genes, Traits

Trial Underway Testing Insulin Capsules

Capsules

Researchers began screening participants for a clinical trial assessing insulin formulated as capsules for people with type 2 diabetes. . . . → Read More: Trial Underway Testing Insulin Capsules

Therapist-Guided Home Stroke Rehab System in Works

Stroke rehab objects

A university lab is designing a system that allows for people with stroke to perform rehabilitation at home, while still guided remotely by a therapist. . . . → Read More: Therapist-Guided Home Stroke Rehab System in Works

Lightweight AI Chip Designer Raises $2.8M in Seed Funds

Bumble bee and flower

A new company is designing computer chips and devices with artificial intelligence modeled on insect brains for autonomous vehicles and robotic systems. . . . → Read More: Lightweight AI Chip Designer Raises $2.8M in Seed Funds

Trial Testing Magnetic Waves for Bipolar Depression

Sad, depressed

Researchers are enrolling patients in a clinical trial testing magnetic waves to induce small seizures as a treatment for depression from bipolar disorder. . . . → Read More: Trial Testing Magnetic Waves for Bipolar Depression

Natural-Killer Cell Cancer Therapy Biotech Launches

Natural killer cell

A new company is underway creating off-the-shelf engineered cells from the immune system as cancer treatments, and raising $42 million in venture funds. . . . → Read More: Natural-Killer Cell Cancer Therapy Biotech Launches

Biotech Manufacturing, Distribution Company Underway

Vaccine vials

A new enterprise providing manufacturing and supply chain services for biotechnology labs, including gene and RNA therapy developers, began operations. . . . → Read More: Biotech Manufacturing, Distribution Company Underway

Stem Cell Respiratory Therapy Licensed in $1.4B Deal

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Global drug maker Novartis is acquiring a stem cell-based treatment for a serious respiratory disease associated with Covid-19 infections. . . . → Read More: Stem Cell Respiratory Therapy Licensed in $1.4B Deal