Tag: "manufacturing" at biology news
Dow AgroSciences achieves world's first registration for plant-made vaccines
...e disease causing agent to stimulate immunity in a manufacturing
process that is totally free of animal components. According to John Cuffe, Dow AgroSciences' R&D leader for Animal Health, "This approval is a perfect example of how biotechnology is advancing science by creating a new category of vaccines that is b...
Human trial proves ricin vaccine safe, induces neutralizing antibodies; further tests planned
...ve license for RiVax and is developing large scale manufacturing
processes. DOR officials hope to produce a large stockpile for more advanced human clinical testing, product licensing and potential purchases from the U.S. government and other interested parties. Other UT Southwestern researchers from the Cancer Im...
ASU's Nanotech in Society Center hosts launch event
...rules and techniques for imaging, manipulating and manufacturing
matter at this minute atomic scale, 10,000 times smaller than the width of a human hair. And social scientists and humanists are just starting to understand how such inquiries and technologies interact with the broader society. The launch event will...
ACS Chemistry Enterprise 2015 report predicts strong growth, expanding markets
... Globalization . A greater fraction of chemical manufacturing
will take place in Asia, but investment returns from the global enterprise will flow back to the United States. As the standard of living increases in Asia, labor costs will rise and salaries will rise most rapidly for the best and the brightest scie...
Rutgers researchers create tiny chemical cages to enclose drug, pesticide molecules
... medicine, pesticide or intermediate in a chemical manufacturing
process that, if left uncaged, might prematurely decay or interact with other substances in passing. Previous techniques for assembling molecular cages involved tradeoffs. With one approach, the synthesis technique was straightforward, but the pieces...
AutovaxID-C introduced by Biovest International
...-C which is being developed as a automated vaccine manufacturing
instrument. Biovest's therapy for follicular non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, BiovaxIDTM, is currently in a Phase 3 pivotal clinical trial at over 20 major centers in the US being conducted under a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with ...
AutovaxID-C introduced by Accentia Biopharmaceuticals
...ID which is being developed as a automated vaccine manufacturing
instrument. Biovest's therapy for follicular non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, BiovaxID TM , is currently in Phase 3 pivotal clinical trial at over 20 major centers in the US being conducted under a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with ...
Pall filtration technology verified to remove arsenic from drinking water
...from wood treatment, pesticide use, pharmaceutical manufacturing
and miscellaneous industrial facilities. No matter what the source of the arsenic, it needs to be removed to eliminate health risks. According to the National Academy of Science (NAS), arsenic in drinking water can cause bladder, lung and skin canc...
Biovest International announces that it will report new follow-up data
...IDTM which is being developed as automated vaccine manufacturing
instrument . Biovest's therapy for follicular non-Hodgkin's lymphoma is currently in a Phase III pivotal clinical trial at over 20 major centers in the US being conducted under a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the Nation...
NCAR study: Trade imbalance shifts US carbon emissions to China, boosts global total
...on dioxide than widely perceived. Because Chinese manufacturing
relies heavily on coal and less-efficient technologies, it produces more greenhouse-gas emissions on average than the United States for a given product. Emissions in 2002 and 2003 rose at 8-9% a year in China and about 1% a year in the United States....
Study in Royal Society journal on link between creativity and mating success
... machines. With technology similar to that used in manufacturing
microchips, we produced a miniaturized mechanical ...ranged in series, similar to an assembly line in a manufacturing
plant. To regulate the quantity of tryptophan produced, the network uses three distinct feedback loo...
Pall Corporation presents approach for speeding vaccine production to Shanghai conference
...f an avian flu pandemic only increase the need for manufacturing
capacity. Disposable technologies that efficientl...atents and protecting its proprietary products and manufacturing
techniques and its ability to achieve the savings anticipated from its cost reduction initiatives; g...
Scientists and engineers apply nature's design to human problems
...m. "They can provide solutions for more efficient manufacturing
and design of materials with new capabilities, for example. These are things the biological world has solved, and if you study them, you have the opportunity to apply that knowledge in the human sector. You can also extend that reasoning to ecologica...
Rutgers findings a step toward safer chemicals in labs and industry
...eir flow, making lab procedures more difficult and manufacturing
steps more energy intensive and costly. We have discovered that by substituting silicon for carbon at a key location in some RTIL molecules, we can cut the liquid's viscosity almost tenfold relative to the same ionic liquid without the silicon substi...
UK College of Pharmacy to develop treatments for people exposed to dirty bomb
...macy. The CPST is an FDA-registered pharmaceutical manufacturing
facility utilizing current Good Manufacturing Prac...elopment of pharmaceutical testing methods and the manufacturing
of drug products. The CPST will expand in 2006 with the opening of a new 20,000-square-foot facility...
Defense center at NJIT draws satisfied customers at annual signing
...is defined by federal regulations to include those manufacturing
companies that employ less than 500 workers. A service company's size is determined by annual gross sales....
Study: Nanotech processing 'greener' than oil refining
...ists and insurance experts have concluded that the manufacturing
processes for five, near-market nanomaterials -- i...aterials nanotubes and alumoxane nanoparticles -- manufacturing
risks were comparable with those of making wine or aspirin. The study is available online and slated...
North Shore-LIJ receives FDA approval for new drug application to manufacture PET scan drug
...ult and also pose a danger to patients. Therefore, manufacturing
radiopharmaceuticals in a controlled environment t...afety to patients and the use of highly controlled manufacturing
practices," said Thomas Chaly, PhD, chief of the Institute's cyclotron/radiochemistry facility and t...
Cellular dumping site is not garbage after all
...searchers want to figure out how cells switch from manufacturing
one type of protein to another. mRNA molecules are key in the manufacturing
process because they carry the protein-assembly instructions from the DNA to the assembly plant. Alt...
FSU chemist's ultrathin films promise a multitude of uses
...s could be treated with ultrathin films during the manufacturing
process to make them resistant to rust, corrosion or water damage. Stains on clothing, carpeting and other fabrics could be a thing of the past if films are applied. Stents used for implantation inside coronary arteries during surgical procedures...
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