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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

Small Biz Grant Funds Wrist Fracture Adhesive

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A company developing a biocompatible material to aid bone healing will test the substance on treating simulated wrist fractures in large animals. . . . → Read More: Small Biz Grant Funds Wrist Fracture Adhesive

Graphene Crispr Chip Detects Small Genetic Differences

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An academic-industry team designed a computer chip with graphene circuits using the gene-editing technique Crispr to detect fine genetic differences in samples. . . . → Read More: Graphene Crispr Chip Detects Small Genetic Differences

DNA Storage Company Gains $24M in New Funds

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A maker of high-density chip devices storing data with nucleic acids similar to DNA is raising $24 million in its second venture financing round. . . . → Read More: DNA Storage Company Gains $24M in New Funds

Sensor in Works Detecting Covid-19 Airborne Virus

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A company developing graphene bio-computer chips is applying its technology to sensors that quickly detect SARS-CoV-2 viruses in indoor air. . . . → Read More: Sensor in Works Detecting Covid-19 Airborne Virus

Univ. Lab, Biotech Partner on Covid-19 Vaccine Implant

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A biotechnology company and university infectious disease lab are developing a Covid-19 vaccine given as a solid dose implant under the skin. . . . → Read More: Univ. Lab, Biotech Partner on Covid-19 Vaccine Implant

Sensor Designed for A.I. Mimics Eye Functions

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A computer science lab designed an optical sensor to function more like a human eye and better process visual data for systems based on artificial intelligence. . . . → Read More: Sensor Designed for A.I. Mimics Eye Functions

Blood Cells Transport Enzymes to Slow Cancer Spread

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Researchers devised a technique that in lab mice carries immune system enzymes on red blood cells to stop the spread of cancer in the lungs. . . . → Read More: Blood Cells Transport Enzymes to Slow Cancer Spread

Start-Up Gains Drug Nanoparticle Manufacturing Tech

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A new enterprise spun-off from University of Connecticut is acquiring a technology for continuous manufacturing of nanoscale drug particles. . . . → Read More: Start-Up Gains Drug Nanoparticle Manufacturing Tech