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Novel system developed to turn data into real-time, interactive 3-D images

...tually any medical imaging device and has led to a licensing agreement with Northeast-Ohio-based Standing Rock Imaging, LLC. Dr. Robert Clements, senior research scientist, and Dr. James Blank, professor and chairperson, department of biological sciences, Kent State University, developed the technology. ...

Researchers identify new weapon to fight deadly bacterial sepsis

...imentation before a drug is considered for federal licensing approval. If those diabetes trials prove successful and the drug is approved for use in diabetics, it's possible that such an "aldose reductase inhibitor" could be used by physicians relatively quickly for "off-label" emergency use against sepsis...

Electric jolt triggers release of biomolecules, nanoparticles

...o Letters. A patent on the process is pending, and licensing inquiries are being handled by the Johns Hopkins Technology Transfer staff. ...

NASA technology helping injured US troops

...erry. "It's very important to NASA to facilitate licensing of our technologies when possible for the benefit of the broader community," said Nona Minnifield Cheeks, chief of Goddard's Office of Technology Transfer in Greenbelt, Md. "Our research and technology can and does often have useful applications beyo...

New licensing agreement to maximize AIDS drug development

...rmaceuticals, Inc. today announced a non-exclusive licensing agreement to research and develop Biosyn-patented microbicides for the prevention of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases. The three microbicides covered under the agreement are in various stages of development and work under different mec...

Concern over fast tracking of new drugs

...over the fast tracking of new drugs for commercial licensing are raised by a senior doctor in this week's BMJ. It follows approval of natalizumab, a new drug for multiple sclerosis, and its recall three months later, after three trial patients developed a life threatening condition while being treated. Natal...

New Rotavirus vaccine joins routine infant immunization schedule

...oday's decision follows the vaccine's approval for licensing earlier this month by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Rotavirus affects nearly all children at some point, often with mild symptoms, but in other cases with severe and potentially life-threatening diarrhea and dehydration. It causes tens o...

Largest study of human 'interactome' reveals a novel way

...e of Bioinformatics. He is entitled to a share of licensing fees paid to The Johns Hopkins University by commercial entities for use of the database. The terms of these arrangements are being managed by The Johns Hopkins University in accordance with its conflict of interest policies. ...

Human trial proves ricin vaccine safe, induces neutralizing antibodies; further tests planned

... 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 Immunobiology Center involved in the study were Dr. John Schindler, assistant professor and director of clinical trials,...

Switching to new anti-bacterial targets: Riboswitches

...tor, is co founder of BioRelix, a company pursuing licensing of intellectual property related to riboswitches. ...

'License to kill' enables powerful immune attack cells in mice

...nleash their most potent attacks on enemies. This licensing process apparently helps reduce the chances that t...he human version also participates in some kind of licensing process." The group's research was made possible by a unique mouse line created by Ted H. Hansen, P...

Sugar helps control cell division

...ng an antibody developed at Johns Hopkins. Under a licensing agreement between Covance Research Products, Sigma Chemical Company and The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Hart receives a percentage of royalties received by the university on sales of this antibody (CTD 110.6). The terms of this arran...

Mosaic mouse technique offers a powerful new tool to study diseases and genetics

...mercial applications, Luo has begun the process of licensing MADM through Stanford University's Office of Technology Licensing. Meanwhile, he and his colleagues are returning to the lab to see if the technique can be applied to other aspects of developmental biology and disease in mice. ...

Moffitt-USF head toward first human trials of anti-cancer drug that targets protein AKT

...uticals Inc. (VQPH) of New Jersey is acquiring the licensing rights to the compound from USF through its merger with Greenwich Therapeutics Inc. and is planning clinical trials with Moffitt. The trials are expected to start within six to eight months. Patients will be selected for the trials based on whether t...

Some Brain Cells Change Channels

...niversity of Science and Technology. ### Under a licensing agreement between Upstate Group Inc. and The Johns Hopkins University, Huganir is entitled to a share of royalty received by the University on sales of products used in this research. Huganir is a paid consultant to Upstate Group Inc. The terms of th...

Nature provides inspiration for important new adhesive

...logy Transfer, which has already reached the first licensing agreement with a company on a product that will be in commercial application soon. "We are actively talking to and looking for additional licensees." A few years ago, the forest products industry in the U.S. and Canada was spending more than $2 bill...

Affymetrix Licenses Microfluidics Technology From Caliper Life Sciences

...hange for the license, Affymetrix will pay upfront licensing fees and royalties on future products covered under the agreement. Further financial details related to the agreement were not disclosed. The agreement announced today is the second agreement since Caliper began an active program to out-license its ...

The BIOS Initiative - open source biotechnology is born

...ortantly, these new tools are provided under a new licensing paradigm that ensures that they are improved, shar...ute their work. The BIOS Initiative provides a new licensing mechanism that encourages sharing of the core tools of innovation with all, while still allowing pat...

The transparent organism: EMBLEM and Carl Zeiss give labs a unique look at life

...atory (EMBL), announced today that it has signed a licensing deal with technological leader Carl Zeiss to commercialize a new technology called SPIM (Selective Plane Illumination Microscopy). "Microscopes have to evolve to keep up with the demands of modern science," says Ernst Stelzer, whose group at EMBL de...

Researchers find how protein allows insects to detect and respond to pheromones

... for theproject. Rosetta software is available for licensing at:http://depts.washington.edu/ventures/UW_Technology/Licensing/....

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