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Automated anatomic pathology labs transform global tissue diagnostics market

Offering attractive procurement strategies will boost adoption of high-end tools


Growth in diagnostic test volume conducted across hospitals worldwide is lending momentum to the global tissue diagnostics market. In addition, the shortage of pathologists to perform these tests favors the automation of anatomic pathology laboratories, further spurring market development. New ...


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Rapid Detection of Malaria

Department of Microsystems Engineering of the University of Freiburg is Coordinating the Research Project DiscoGnosis


An estimated 220 million people become infected with malaria each year. The disease is often lethal – particularly in tropical developing countries with insufficient health care services. The infected suffer from a high fever. As this is also the case with other germs, however, it is important to ...


Thermo Fisher Scientific Opens New Manufacturing Facility in China

Expands Global Footprint, Local Production Capabilities to Address Increased Demand from Life Sciences Customers in China and Asia-Pacific Region


Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. announced the official opening of its new facility in Suzhou, China, for the manufacturing of life sciences consumables and equipment. The facility expands the company’s global manufacturing footprint and establishes local production capabilities to meet increased ...


analytica Vietnam focuses on food safety


From April 18 – 20, 2013, analytica Vietnam will focus on the topic of food safety. Due to growing exports, particularly in the Vietnamese food industry, demand for laboratory equipment is increasing. The analytica Vietnam Conference, which is held in conjunction with the fair, will cover the ...


Epigenetics Specialist Epivios Financed by High-Tech Gründerfonds and Life Science Inkubator´s Pre-seed Fund


Start-up financers High-Tech Gründerfonds and the investment company of Life Science Inkubator are investing together with the TTHU (Technology Transfer Heinrich Heine University GmbH) and a private investor in the development of molecular diagnostic cancer tests. Epivios GmbH, a spin-off of the ...


Oncgnostics GmbH obtains seed funding for financing preclinical and clinical trials

High-Tech Gründerfonds and STIFT invest into molecular cancer diagnostics from Jena


Chemical alterations of the genetic information specifically occuring during carcinogenesis provide the basis for the innovative diagnostic tests that are developed by the newly established oncgnostics GmbH in Jena. These tests allow not only for an earlier, but also a more accurate detection of ...


analytica presents biotechnology highlights


From molecular-biology techniques to forensic DNA analysis: from April 17 – 20 analytica features in-depth information about the latest methods and techniques in laboratory technology, analysis and biotechnology. One of the five halls, hall A3, is devoted entirely to the biotech industry. The ...


Two-in-One Imaging Agents

MRI systems with high relaxivities and long luminescence lifetimes also suitable for time-gated fluorescence imaging


Accurate visualization of living systems is key to the correct diagnosis and effective treatment of many diseases, as well as an improved understanding of biological processes. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a popular non-invasive visualization technique, which requires a possibly toxic ...


New ways to diagnose skin cancer?


A biopsy is a painful and scarring but often unavoidable procedure, to decide whether a suspicious looking region on the skin is cancer or a harmless spot. Now, scientists attained promising results of autofluorescence and reflectance measurements of tissue as a noninvasive approach for basal ...


Agilent Technologies and Integrated Diagnostics Enter Strategic Partnership to Develop Protein-Based Assays for Early Disease Detection


Agilent Technologies Inc. and Integrated Diagnostics announced a strategic partnership to develop assays that detect major human diseases at very early stages to improve treatment outcomes. Officials of both organizations see an opportunity to rapidly turn medical breakthroughs into diagnostic ...


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