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Benson Hill Biosystems Launches Novel Genome Editing CRISPR 3.0 Technology

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Cms1 CRISPR Nuclease Available to Partners to Drive Crop Improvement

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Checking Your Neck, Colon Cancer Screening, New Microfluidic Device, and More in the Cancer News Source

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Clay Minerals and Metal Oxides Change How Uranium Travels Through Sediments

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Montmorillonite clays prevent uranium from precipitating from liquids, letting it travel with groundwater.

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Lumacyte Joins the National Institute for Innovation in Manufacturing Biopharmaceuticals (NIIMBL)

LumaCyte, a Charlottesville, VA based biotechnology company, has joined NIIMBL, a Manufacturing USA institute sponsored by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

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Dale Eric Wurster

2017 AAPS Election Results Announced

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Dale Eric Wurster, Ph.D., FAAPS, has been elected to serve as president-elect of the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS), a professional member-based organization of approximately 9,000 located in Arlington, VA. He will begin a three-year term on the AAPS Board of Directors (as president-elect, president, and immediate past president) in November of this year at the 2017 AAPS Annual Meeting and Exposition in San Diego. The meeting anticipates an attendance of over 6,500 pharmaceutical scientists from around the world.

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New Fluorescent Dyes Could Advance Biological Imaging

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Scientists at HHMI’s Janelia Research Campus have developed a new method for fine-tuning the structure of rhodamine dyes, and can now create a colorful palette of fluorescent molecules.

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Center for Biorenewable Chemicals Introduces Idea for New Molecules, Innovation, Value

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Leaders of the Center for Biorenewable Chemicals are proposing a new model for creating, applying and commercializing chemicals made from biomass. The model calls for identifying “bioprivileged molecules” that offer unique properties.

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Leading LVAD Expert Available to Discuss FDA Approval of Newer LVAD Device, HeartMate3

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Laser Pulses Drum Up Sharp Images of Organs in Motion

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Researchers have developed a photoacoustic imaging technique that uses lasers to create detailed ultrasound images in live animals. The method allows for complete internal body scans with enough resolution to see active organs, circulating cancer cells, and firing neural networks.







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