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New Grapes From Cornell Debut

...aminette will not be patented. Free non-exclusive licenses for Marquis may be obtained from the Cornell Research Foundation in Ithaca....

Perkin-Elmer To Introduce New Instrument Based On Breakthrough DNA Analysis Technology

...yinformation and technology or to obtain necessary licenses on commerciallyreasonable terms; (9) the loss of key employees; (10) fluctuations in foreigncurrency exchange rates; and (11) other factors that might be describedfrom time to time in Perkin-Elmer's filings with the Securities and ExchangeCommission....

Scientists discover new candidate drugs for treating HIV infection

...s, the WhiteheadInstitute will offer non-exclusive licenses of this technology to pharmaceuticaland biotech companies worldwide. The HIV pocket is small enough to be blocked by a drug of low molecular weight,that is, a drug that can be taken orally. Also, the molecular architecture ofthis pocket is similar a...

Abgenix to become sole owner of Xenomouse fully human antibody technology

...gets each year. Abgenix also will provide JT with licenses to related technology. In return for these license...genix $10 million. JT also retains options to, or licenses on, several antigen targets it has previously nominated under the Xenotech structure. For all antib...

Wake Forest University School of Medicine launches major research initiative

...m 435 to 844. In the past five years, more than 30 licenses and options have been issued for discoveries by medical school researchers. The new initiative will build on that success, capitalize on emerging research, and identify more opportunities for commercial development. About $25.3 million in capital ...

Licensing procedure for genetically modified organisms turns out to be fallible

...ngthe questions in this way, the body awarding the licenses places the responsibility forthe provision of info...f the applicant. The Leiden philosophers say that licenses can only be awarded in a responsiblemanner if the authorities have a list of questions which are rel...

BioOne appoints first board of directors

...e currently working with societies to create model licenses tailored to these publishers' needs. All research included in BioOne will be extensively hyperlinked, offering cross-journal searches and inter-journal linking from references. BioOne's beta release is scheduled for early 2001, and it will be fu...

Monsanto adds support for 'golden rice'; opens its rice genome sequence data to worldwide research community

... Chennai, India, that it will provide royalty-free licenses for all of its technologies that can help further ... good. Monsanto's commitment to offer royalty-free licenses for all the company's technology that may be useful in the development of rice varieties with increa...

Tobacco settlement $ = biomedical research; business development

...in medicine, and jump start spin-off companies and licenses to existing companies." "This research infrastructure proposal will catalyze the development of life science research and associated economic development in Michigan by making these cutting-edge technologies available to Michigan academic and industr...

New research software to simulate biochemical processes

...re. Commercial users also may benefit by acquiring licenses to draw on its resources. In April 2000, the Commonwealth of Virginia established the Virginia Bioinformatics Institute (www.vbi.vt.edu) at Virginia Tech. VBI is a research and economic development institute; the researchers working there also cooper...

SEQUENOM announces publication of results from large-scale SNP study with the National Cancer Institute

...te similar and still larger studies. SEQUENOM also licenses the automated SNP assay development, validated assays, and the DNA sample pooling capability to MassARRAY customers....

One in three fatal bicycle accidents linked to alcohol

...as a form of transportation because their driver's licenses had been suspended, the authors said. Alcohol may play an even greater role than indicated by this study, the researchers said, since the group did not look at bicycle injuries occurring at night, when 56 percent of fatal bicycling injuries and 32 pe...

New materials hold promise for human healing applications

...unds and chronic sores. Two Indiana companies hold licenses from Purdue to develop SIS for some applications. More than 20,000 people have been treated with SIS.Like SIS, the new materials are part of a family of scaffolding materials referred to as the extracellular matrix. "These materials differ from SIS i...

Copper is crucial for embryonic deveopment, say U-M scientists

...copper properly. The U-M is offering non-exclusive licenses for use of Ctr1 knock-out mice as a commercial research tool and will provide mice without charge to academic researchers....

Rutgers researchers find black tea 'bullet' that targets colorectal cancer

...uncover those with therapeutic potential. Rutgers licenses the process to WellGen, a New Jersey company spun off from Rutgers in 1998. The university is a major shareholder in WellGen, which develops and markets the compounds. Aside from black and green tea, and grapes, the company has found cancer-fighting...

Lilly Endowment grants almost $26 million to Purdue Discovery Park

...unds and chronic sores. Two Indiana companies hold licenses from Purdue to develop the technology. Proteomics involves identifying and studying proteins formed in living systems when specific genes are activated. The main objective of this work will be to create a new generation of devices in the next decade...

Monsanto to share technologies with Danforth Center to support global cassava research

...August 2000, Monsanto granted similar royalty-free licenses to the inventors of golden rice, which is being developed to combat vitamin A deficiency in developing countries. Other sharing projects include providing access to a working draft of the rice genome and participating in work to develop virus-resist...

Collaboration advances potential therapy for autoimmune diseases

...tics Inc. of Columbia, Md., will hold nonexclusive licenses to inventions created by scientists at the Institute of Immunological Engineering of Moscow or by PNNL researchers through this program. The Russian scientists have created unique humanized antibodies to gamma interferon, a protein that when overpro...

Colorado U. to fly hardware, experiments on space shuttle, space station

...A third partner is StelSys LLC in Baltimore, which licenses various cell culturing technologies from NASA and is keenly interested in tissue models for drug testing. The results of the cell culturing experiments in space also may be of help in designingimproved bioreactor systems on Earth that can culture lar...

USF study: Nicotine antagonist relieves depression in children with Tourette's

...Targacept, a Salem, NC pharmaceutical company that licenses USF's patent covering the use of nicotine antagonists for the treatment of neuropsychiatric disorders."...

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