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Photos: Breakthrough Technology Enables Edible TruTag(TM) to Prevent Counterfeit Medicine

... them biologically inert and edible. Each tag contains a custom-manufactured 'spectral ... one trillion possibilities. The unique choice of tag signature and product combination is the ... the authenticity of the product, yet each tag costs less than a penny. "The ability to ...

NIST/NIH micromagnets show promise as colorful 'smart tags' for magnetic resonance imaging

... normal. The cells then could be identified by tag color. "Current MRI technology is primarily black and white. This is like a colored tag for MRI," says lead author Gary Zabow, who ... create a customized magnetic field for each tag by making it from particular materials and ...

Time Clocks Technology Catches Up With Crooks

... "This exploit still exists even if you use a modern proximity tag or swipe card system, however since no employees can give their finger to ... "Whichever recognition medium is used (fingerprint, proximity tag or pin code), access control employee time clocks mean the door only opens ...

Finesse Introduces TruFluor(TM) DO, a Single-Use Optical Dissolved Oxygen Sensor and Transmitter

... calibration and lot data is encoded on a gamma radiation resistant RFID tag attached to the disposable sheath through production. This tag is automatically read by the transmitter, thereby eliminating the need to ...

NYU physicists find way to explore microscopic systems through holographic video

... stick to the target molecules. The way this is traditionally done is to create yet another moleculeor tagthat binds to the target molecule. This tag molecule, time-consuming and costly to produce, is typically identified by making it fluorescent or radioactive. The holographic imaging ...

New Report Just Published: World Prostate Cancer Therapeutics Market Report

... Agreement to Take Over Rights of a New Marker Technology II-78 Cell Genesys's GVAX Prostate Cancer-Treatment Attains FDA's Fast Track tag II-78 Envisioneering Medical Enters into Agreement with BrachySciences II-78 Signet Enters into Agreement with AsymmetRx to Distribute ...

Frost & Sullivan Recognizes Cisbio Bioassays for Technology Innovation

... to its substrate. These substrates can be derivatized with HTRF fluorophores. A plasmid construct can be easily generated where the SNAP or CLIP tag is attached to the N-terminus of the GPCR. Thus, a fusion protein comprised of the SNAP/CLIP tagged GPCR is expressed on the cell surface. ...

SyntheMed Receives Australian Regulatory Approval for REPEL-CV(R)

... Therapeutic Goods Administration for use in all patients who undergo open heart surgery. REPEL-CV will be marketed throughout Australia by tag Medical Pty Ltd., a distributor of cardiac surgery products. Marc Sportsman, SyntheMed's Vice President of Sales, stated, "We are pleased to receive ...

Xconomy Launches XSITE 2009; First Annual Xconomy Summit on Innovation, Technology, and Entrepreneurship at Boston University

... School of Management. For information about the agenda and registration, go to http://www.xsite2009.com . Follow @XconomyXSITE on Twitter (hash tag #xsite09). Among the list of participating industry, venture capital and academic leaders are: Juan Enriquez of Biotechonomy, Nobel Laureate ...

ZhenSpa.com provides Spa Enthusiasts Affordable Alternatives for Expensive Spa Treatments

... they pamper themselves by re-creating that same relaxing atmosphere and experience at home. They want spa-quality treatments with a home spa price tag without sacrificing quality or results," stated Ron Wardle, co-founder. To meet this growing demand for high quality anti-aging ...

US District Court Enters Final Judgment in Favor of Smith & Nephew; Permanent Injunction Prohibits Arthrex Inc. From Selling Infringing Medical Devices

... that violate our rights." Editors note: The disputed patent covers use of Smith & Nephew's BIORAPTOR(TM), TAG(TM) WEDGE, and tag ROD suture anchors, which are designed to help repair instability in the shoulder as well as other soft tissue tears. The Arthrex products that were ...

Gowlings Adopts RFID and Unifies Practice Management

... FileTrail RFID automates check-in and check-out of files in both staffed and un-staffed file rooms. The security badge worn by staff and the RFID tag on each file support rapid check-out. Gowlings is also implementing FileTrail's portable RFMobile™ . The FileDetector™ ...

District Court Sides with Smith & Nephew; Rules that It will Issue Injunction that will Prohibit Arthrex Inc. from Selling Infringing Medical Devices

... stay the injunction pending Arthrex's appeal Editors note: The disputed patent covers use of Smith & Nephew's BIORAPTOR, TAG(TM) WEDGE, and tag ROD suture anchors, which are designed to help repair instability in the shoulder as well as other soft tissue tears. The Arthrex products that were ...

Clontech Laboratories, Inc. Recognizes the 2008 Winners of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry

... and discovered that it glowed bright green under ultraviolet light. Dr. Chalfie applied GFP to biological research, using it as a visual genetic tag to study biological phenomena in the bacterium Escherichia coli and the model organism Caenorhabditis elegans. Dr. Roger Y. Tsien, a Howard Hughes ...

Bay-Area Company Gives Science-Based Startups a Voice

... in the near future. The Core Communications Program will include key elements of a corporate communications program, including the executive summary, tag line, presentation, and Web content. "Young businesses that are focused on research have not had access to the same tools that larger firms ...

Aortic Stent Grafts Will Boost Canadian and Japanese Peripheral Vascular Markets

... will allow more patients with aortic disease to be treated using endovascular techniques rather than surgery. For instance, in June 2008, W.L. Gore's tag was the first thoracic stent graft to receive regulatory approval in Japan. The first abdominal stent grafts were approved in 2006. Procedures will ...

Transgenomic Introduces SURVEYOR(R) Endonuclease Adaptor-Ligated Libraries (SEAL) for Determining Whole Genome Sequence Variation

... by Transgenomic. It identifies DNA variations between a reference genome and a test genome. Using a linker that attaches an identification tag of known sequence to the ends cleaved by the SURVEYOR Nuclease, SEAL generates a library of genetic variations present within a DNA sample relative ...

Medtronic Unit to Pay $75 Million to Settle Whistleblower Medicare Fraud Case

... as an inpatient procedure, the company was able to price its products so that its profit margin exceeded 80 percent. "A big, inpatient price tag allowed Kyphon to make thousands of dollars each time it sold a kyphoplasty kit," said Mary Louise Cohen, a Washington, D.C., attorney whose firm, ...

D-Ribose Helps Energy-Starved Hearts

... called EECP that required 35 visits to the doctor and cost around $10,000. The complication was that her insurance company didn't like the price tag and dragged its feet on the approval. In the meantime, her cardiologist Ken Kronhouas MD, Ph.D., recommended a less costly but effective therapy. ...

Increased Light Leads to Early Detection: Caliper Life Sciences Introduces Bioware(R) Ultra Cancer Cell Lines

... options," said Mark Roskey, vice president, reagents and applied biology, Caliper Life Sciences. "Previously, oncology researchers needed to tag nearly 500 cells before a sufficient signal could be monitored using optical imaging. Bioware Ultra cell lines are the only line of cells available ...

Time Domain Showcases Precision Location Capability of Ultra Wideband PLUS Product Line at HIMSS 2008

... the company also announced the first dual-mode UWB and Wi-Fi RTLS solution. Named Ultra-Wi-Fi, the new product combines the precision location, high tag capacity and real-time data of UWB with the ease of deployment across large facilities of Wi-Fi-based location, for a multitude of asset monitoring ...

Chemists measure copper levels in zinc oxide nanowires

... understand the crystal structure of ZnO nanowires with an eye toward manipulating the nanowires to improve performance. The copper acts like a smart tag that you put on an animal in the wild to trace where it travels, says Eustis. The role copper plays in ZnO nanowires is ambiguous. Published ...

Log-ic Temperature Sensor Receives EN12830 Certification

... and specialized configurations, such as probed, dry-ice (-67 C), high-temp (+140 C) and gamma-shielded versions. An EPC compliant UHF frequency tag is currently under development. Log-ic tags are marketed by Evidencia under the brand Log-ic(R) ThermAssureRF. About Evidencia LLP Evidencia is ...

What To Do When a Holiday Guest Shows Up With a Pet

... pet has a safe retreat from well-intentioned visitors, children and your own pets. -- Watch for open doors, and make sure the pet has an ID tag and/or microchip in case it gets out. -- Keep candles, holiday decorations and food out of reach of animals. Light strands, loose wires ...

Tethered to chip, energy supply that drives sperm could power 'nanobot'

... acid) chip. First, the researchers replaced the sperm-specific targeting domain of hexokinase, the first enzyme of glycolysis, with a tag that binds to a special gold surface. Even when tethered, the enzyme remained functional. Next they tagged the second enzyme in the pathway, ...

Scientists create colorful 'brainbow' images of the nervous system

... Nov. 1 issue of the journal Nature by a team led by Harvard's Jean Livet, Joshua R. Sanes, and Jeff W. Lichtman. Brainbow allows researchers to tag neurons with roughly 90 distinct colors, a huge leap over the mere handful of shades possible with current fluorescent labeling. By permitting visual ...

Scientists discover how cancer may take hold

... tags. When a specific wavelength of light activates one tag, it fluoresces. When the metabolite causes the tags to move close together, the other tag will also fluoresceresonating like a tuning fork. This system allows the scientists to visually track the location and concentration of certain ...

Out beyond the horizon

... anything that hinders the swift transit of goods around the world can have a rippling effect on the worlds economy. MATTS DHS S&Ts Marine Asset tag Tracking System is a miniature sensor, data logging computer, radio transceiver, and GPS tracking system integrated into a compact and inexpensive ...

Out beyond the horizon

... anything that hinders the swift transit of goods around the world can have a rippling effect on the worlds economy. MATTS DHS S&Ts Marine Asset tag Tracking System is a miniature sensor, data logging computer, radio transceiver, and GPS tracking system integrated into a compact and inexpensive ...

RedPrairie Builds RFID Lab - Enables Real-World Testing

... customers and prospects to research RFID tag placement and readability as they prepare for ... customers test a variety of hardware solutions, tag configurations and products to understand how the ... of Defense. It accepts scanned data from multiple tag manufacturers including, among others: Alien, ...

Bar Codes Have a New Best Friend RFID

... in a direct line of sight of scanners. RFID tag and labels can contain thousands of pieces of ... that can read both a bar code label and an RFID tag or label. Bar codes must be properly aligned with ... the adoption of RFID, its the cost of the Smart tag or Smart Label that presents a challenge. Bar ...

International Paper takes RFID out of the lab and into its warehouses

... extend well beyond location tracking, however. A tag connected to a digital thermometer could indicate ... warehouse installations. Theres no best tag out there, he said. You have to pick the best tag for each project. ...

North-woods beef jerky maker adopts RFID to track shipments

... capable of storing large amounts of information, tag programming equipment with which to store the information in the tags, and tag readers. When the tags come within range of tag readers, they are detected and scanned for the ...

UW-Madison workgroup helps state companies tap the power of RFID

... and more. Manufacturers could incorporate a tag into a products packaging or embed the tag in the product itself. "That will allow them ... need to bring a more scientific approach to tag placement and antenna design issues," she said. ...

Three state tech firms win state growth funds

... reading comprehension. It will receive a $15,000 tag to hire professional services to assist in its ... kill harmful bacteria. It will receive a $15,000 tag to hire professional grant research and writing ... to facilitate the capital search. The tag Program provides grants of up to $15,000 to ...

Efforts to avoid friendly fire spawned ancestor of todays RFID

... one piece of information: the presence of the tag itself. Without being deactivated at the checkout counter, the tag sets off an alarm when it is passed through ... "And so everyone kept waiting for the five-cent tag to come out. In fact we're still waiting for that ...

RFID technology is opportunity for Wisconsin companies

... with it," Haseman says. "They are not using the tag in their own production, but [some] are including ... he says. The underlying material to which the tag is applied will become critical, as the ... has developed its own circuit boards and tag readers, and is working with both the beef and ...

RFID medical devices - Opportunities and challenges

... wrong-procedure and wrong-patient surgeries. The tag consists of a label with passive transponder, ... with a printer, an encoder and a RFID reader. The tag is labeled and encoded with the patient's name ... chart. On the day of surgery, the adhesive-backed tag is placed on the patient's body near the surgical ...

Making RFID mainstream

... communication. In general, SNR at the tag level will be improved with more efficient ... and by how clean it is (its efficiency). A tag works the same way. Like a signaling mirror, ... costs over copper-foil antennas, the current tag standard. Conductive inks are not yet as ...
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