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A step closer to artificial photosynthesis and prolonged spaceflight

One of the major hurdles in spaceflight is the supply of food, water, fuel, and oxygen. The distance that we can travel is limited by how much we can carry. The International Space Station (ISS), orbi...  Read More

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A step closer to artificial photosynthesis and prolonged spaceflight

One of the major hurdles in spaceflight is the supply of food, water, fuel, and oxygen. The distance that we can travel is limited by how much we can carry. The International Space...   Read More

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Robots with living muscle tissue – the era terminators is finally here

Recently researchers at Tokyo University have developed living tissue that covers a robot skeleton and can pose as an actual skin for the robots. These robots will have human skele...   Read More

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Quartzy and LA biotech Accelerator join hands to launch lab management

The LA biotechnology accelerator and Quartzy have made a partnership in which Quartzy will provide lab management software for faster access to critical reagents consumables to the...   Read More

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Take Over: Swiss Drugmaker Novartis AG Agrees to Acquire AveXis for $8.7 Billion

Novartis AG said it plans to buy AveXis for $218 per share in a cash deal totalling $8.7 billion, adding a therapy hopeful for spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) to the Swiss drugmaker&...   Read More

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AstraZeneca to develop antibodies to treat cancer in a deal with Compugen

AstraZeneca, the multinational biopharmaceutical company, has made a deal with the Israeli drugmaker, Compugen that provides AstraZeneca with the rights to develop bi-specific and ...   Read More

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Acquisition: Fujifilm to Take Over Two Biotech Units from Japan’s JXTG

Fujifilm Holdings to acquire two biotechnology units from Japan’s JXTG Holdings Inc for about $800 million in a deal designed to expand the tech giant’s presence in regenerativ...   Read More

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U.K Based biotech company C4X Discovery believes they can cure addiction

A biotech firm named C4X Discovery, based in U.K recently received investments worth $294 million from a company called Indivior, to acquire rights to a drug that is supposed to cu...   Read More

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Ireland, a Home for 300 Biotech and Pharma Companies, Continues to Attract More Business

Ireland has become a leading light in Europe – an epicentre of biotech business – as the country’s unique mixture of policies, factors and good timing has set it ...   Read More

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Stepping Out of the Shadows: Biotic Start-up Arbor Biotechnologies Unveils its First Scientific Findings of a New Enzyme

A stealth biotechnology company that has attracted curiosity and speculation because of its eminent co-founders emerged into the spotlight on Thursday with the announcement of...   Read More

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In a First, Israel-based Biotech Start-up Bonus BioGroup Successfully Transplants Lab-grown Bone

An Israeli start-up biotech company announced Monday that it has successfully used lab-grown bone tissue to repair bone loss, in the world’s first procedure of its kind. The...   Read More


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