HOME >> MEDICINE >> NEWS
Commercializing university research -- Hopping robots, liquid shoes, electricity from heat

cal recommendation system." This technology provides a valuable service and significant competitive edge to music recommendation companies, such as Apple iTunes, Pandora, Amazon, and Yahoo! Music, that require quality annotations for effective navigation through large commercial databases of music. Funding will be used for commercialization and additional technology development.

Hyam L. Leffert, a professor of Pharmacology, and Sungho Jin, a professor of Materials and Aerospace Engineering, for a project titled, "Highly functional hepatocytes on TiO2 nanotube chips: New efficient modules for pharmaceutical screening of drug toxicity and drug metabolism." The basic technology utilizes newly developed nanotech chips constructed of Titanium and Titanium dioxide. The biocompatible surfaces of the chips comprise bonded titanium dioxide nanotubes, the geometry of which facilitates robust and long-term culture of highly functional, normal (i.e. primary) mouse and human hepatocytes.

The technology can be used as a stand-alone chip, carrying human hepatocytes cultured in appropriately defined biological fluid and incubator systems, to be used for efficient pharmaceutical in vitro screening of drug toxicity and drug metabolism. Further monochip development into modular arrays, composed of hundreds to housands of monochips, are envisioned for pharmaceutical use to provide high throughput robotic screening, as well as for eventual bioartificial liver devices for the benefit of patients with liver diseases.

Yu-Tsueng Liu, a researcher at the Moores UCSD Cancer Center, and Sadik Esener, a professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, for a project titled, "A comprehensive human papilloma virus (HPV) typing assay for early screening of cervical cancer." Cervical cancer is almost always caused by infections of the human papilloma virus (HPV). An estimated 50 to 80 percent of the pre-cancerous lesions can be detected by Pap test, which is c
'"/>

Contact: Rex Graham
ragraham@ucsd.edu
858-822-3075
University of California - San Diego
17-May-2007


Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6

Related medicine news :

1. Alcohol interventions that teach practical skills work best with high-risk university students
2. Science of healthy foods subject of grant aimed at university students
3. First two research awards from university-industry partnership
4. UNC wins eight top NIH Roadmap grants, more than any other university in the country
5. 1 of 2 pediatric kidney disease research centers in world established
6. Stanford researchers find culprit in aging muscles that heal poorly
7. UCLA researchers awarded $9M contract for study identifiying antibiotic treatment for MRSA
8. Indiana University Imaging Center receives $6M grant for kidney research
9. Penn researchers discover novel pathway for increasing good cholesterol
10. New research discovers independent brain networks control human walking
11. Theory of facial aging gets a facelift from UT Southwestern researchers

Post Your Comments:
(Date:10/31/2014)... 31, 2014 With all the preparations ... optometrist feels they may overlook one critical area – ... like concentration, school performance and even behavior. Typical children’s ... to identify progressive vision problems, and to address this ... a new initiative: The Awesome Eyes Student Vision Program. ...
(Date:10/31/2014)... 31, 2014 Energy Textiles has recently ... new gear is now available online, and Energy Textile ... of Celliant infrared-active athletic gear over compression gear. , ... contract has been signed for Under Armour to provide ... next eight years. In light of this decision, Energy ...
(Date:10/31/2014)... Oct. 31, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Sleep apnea may make ... where you parked your car or left your house keys, ... severe sleep apnea showed that this ability -- called spatial ... movement (REM) sleep, even when other stages of sleep weren,t ... which dreams typically occur. "We,ve shown for the first ...
(Date:10/31/2014)... cost, patients with early stage breast cancer may ... proton therapy versus whole breast irradiation (WBI), according ... MD Anderson Proton Therapy Center. , ... patient characteristics, researchers used Medicare reimbursement codes to ... partial and whole breast irradiation therapies and treatment ...
(Date:10/31/2014)... one out of four older Americans say that either ... unwanted medical treatment, according to the latest issue of ... Aging Report ( PP&AR ), which goes on ... when they fail to honor patients, end-of-life health care ... Illness Care: Issues and Options ," features 12 articles ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:New School Vision Initiative Announced by Dr. Rosenak’s Optical Options; Program Aims to Help Recognize Unseen Vision Problems That Impact School Success 2Health News:New School Vision Initiative Announced by Dr. Rosenak’s Optical Options; Program Aims to Help Recognize Unseen Vision Problems That Impact School Success 3Health News:Compression Gear--Is There a Better Alternative? 2Health News:Compression Gear--Is There a Better Alternative? 3Health News:Compression Gear--Is There a Better Alternative? 4Health News:Sleep Apnea May Steal Some of Your Memory: Study 2Health News:Proton therapy shown to be less costly than some alternative radiotherapy techniques 2Health News:Proton therapy shown to be less costly than some alternative radiotherapy techniques 3Health News:Advance directives can benefit patients, families, and health care system 2
(Date:10/31/2014)... ANGELES , Oct. 30, 2014 Migranade, ... Relief will be available to the 36 million U.S. ... a platform technology that targets the actual cause of ... medications attack pain and not the source Migranade is ... medication category. MIGRANADE Migraine Relief is available at ...
(Date:10/31/2014)... -- AbbVie (NYSE: ABBV ) today announced ... 30, 2014. "Our third-quarter results ... double-digit growth from HUMIRA and several other key ... in the quarter excluding lipids," said Richard A. ... exceeded our outlook for the quarter and have ...
(Date:10/30/2014)... 30, 2014 WuXi PharmaTech (Cayman) Inc. (NYSE: ... technology platform company serving the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical ... and the United States , ... the Tel Aviv area of ... WuXi,s broad platform of integrated R&D services to local ...
Breaking Medicine Technology:Game Changing Migraine Medication To Be Available November 2014 2AbbVie Reports Third-Quarter 2014 Financial Results 2AbbVie Reports Third-Quarter 2014 Financial Results 3AbbVie Reports Third-Quarter 2014 Financial Results 4AbbVie Reports Third-Quarter 2014 Financial Results 5AbbVie Reports Third-Quarter 2014 Financial Results 6AbbVie Reports Third-Quarter 2014 Financial Results 7AbbVie Reports Third-Quarter 2014 Financial Results 8AbbVie Reports Third-Quarter 2014 Financial Results 9AbbVie Reports Third-Quarter 2014 Financial Results 10AbbVie Reports Third-Quarter 2014 Financial Results 11AbbVie Reports Third-Quarter 2014 Financial Results 12AbbVie Reports Third-Quarter 2014 Financial Results 13AbbVie Reports Third-Quarter 2014 Financial Results 14AbbVie Reports Third-Quarter 2014 Financial Results 15AbbVie Reports Third-Quarter 2014 Financial Results 16AbbVie Reports Third-Quarter 2014 Financial Results 17AbbVie Reports Third-Quarter 2014 Financial Results 18AbbVie Reports Third-Quarter 2014 Financial Results 19AbbVie Reports Third-Quarter 2014 Financial Results 20AbbVie Reports Third-Quarter 2014 Financial Results 21AbbVie Reports Third-Quarter 2014 Financial Results 22AbbVie Reports Third-Quarter 2014 Financial Results 23AbbVie Reports Third-Quarter 2014 Financial Results 24WuXi AppTec Launches Representative Office in Israel, Forms Strategic Collaboration with Pontifax 2
Cached News: