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Scios Inc. targets drug giants in arthritis war

...an $1 billion. That's because the first company to commercialize an oral version of today's dominant injectable drugs could gain the lion's share of a market. // Scios' drug has shown promise in early trials. But the size of the potential market makes it a prize that many big pharmaceuticals companies also covet....

SWAN system for navigation

...tion of a park in the distance. There are plans to commercialize the SWAN technology after further refinement, testing and miniaturizing of components for the consumer market. Source: Eurekalert...

Researcher Develops Sensor to Detect E.coli

...acteria. Mutharasan is working with a company to commercialize the device and expects it to be in the hands of food safety experts soon. Other applications for the sensor technology include detecting prostate cancer without a biopsy and detecting Alzheimer’s disease. Source-Newswise<BRSRM...

Gene therapy Beneficial in Parkinson's Disease

... a company created by During and his colleagues to commercialize the technology are the manufacturers of the gene therapy agent. The study was funded by Neurologix. The second study was led by Dr. William J. Marks Jr. of the University of California at San Francisco, Here the gene for growth factor, neurturin cl...

US Denies Granting Patents on Yoga Postures

... country for thousands of years and any attempt to commercialize it is unethical. "Yoga can't be owned and run like a company. Since there are attempts to patent this tradition (of yoga) in America, the Indian government and yoga organizations should take measures to prevent it," Swami Ramdev, a leading Indian...

Retinol Lotions Enhances Skin, Reduces Overall Aging

...ed. The lotion was made at U-M, but U-M will not commercialize this lotion because it was designed only for experimental purposes and, therefore, is cosmetically undesirable. Many retinol containing cosmeceutical creams, however, are sold by various companies. Those specific products were not tested by the U-M t...

NanoSensors Provides Update on Its Biosensor to Detect E.coli and Salmonella

...gnificantly reduce the amount of time until we can commercialize our proposed biosensor and begin to generate revenues from our biosensor product. This will also allow us to conserve our resources and minimize our overhead expenses," continued Dr. Ted Wong. "We continue to feel that the need for a product to det...

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