New microchip technology performs 1,000 chemical reactions at once
Flasks, beakers and hot plates may soon be a thing of the past in chemistry labs. Instead of handling a few experiments on a bench top, scientists may simply pop a microchip
into a computer and instantly run thousands of chemical reactions, with results literally shrinking the lab down to the siz...
Ezra Van Gelder Joins Microchip Biotechnologies as Executive Vice President R&D
DUBLIN, Calif., Dec. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Microchip
Biotechnologies, a private company developing the Apollo next-generation fluidics platform for Life Sciences, announced today that Ezra Van Gelder has joined its team as Executive Vice President of R&D.
Ezra Van Gelder brings Microchip
New Microchip for Protein Sorting
A new MIT project, reported in the latest Nature Nanotechnology, aims to make Western blotting an old-fashioned technique. //
system has an extremely tiny sieve structure built into it that can sort through continuous streams of biological fluids and separate proteins accurately by...
First Electronic Healthcare Network in the U.S. Begins Operations in Buffalo, NY
...t card, with their photo on the upper right corner.
More importantly, though, the "smart" card features both a magnetic stripe on the back and a microchip
in the front. The stripe has the person's network account number, so that their treatments among the various hospitals are linked. The chip will conta...
Intellx Bails Out Safe Sex
...on, plus enhanced sexual pleasure. A self-contained vibration device,
or a microchip
"accessory" (i.e. light and sound stimulator) attached to the
female condom...fe sex Condomtoys(TM).
In one special model, a women's condom has a microchip
embedded in the
outer frame that "speaks" the user instructions in the nati...
DRE Veterinary Distributes All-In-One Veterinary Dental Cart
.../cPath/457_536/products_id/1512 [Scale-Aire dental cart] features a comprehensive set of dental tools crafted for a variety of procedures, as well as microchip
circuitry that allows veterinarians to easily switch between polishing, scaling and cutting.
The Scale-Aire features an ultrasonic scaler with aut...
Sensitive, Smart and Strong - Too Bad it's Just a Robotic Arm
...erity, and strength were not enough. They had to provide the biomimetic arm with a high degree of intelligence.
Their ultimate goal is to create a microchip
that will allow the arm to carry out tasks requiring human-level skills in a real-world setting.
Van der Smagt envisions an arm that could "d...
BioElectronics Corporation's Commercial Resumes on Bloomberg Television
...atch(TM) is a drug-free wafer thin patch with an embedded battery-
that delivers weeks of continuous pulsed RF therapy for
less than a dollar ...M) is a drug-free anti-inflammatory patch with an embedded
battery operated microchip
that delivers weeks of continuous pulsed therapy
for about a dollar a day. ...
Yerkes researchers find link between psychological stress and overeating
... standard monkey chow only. To track feeding patterns, automated feeders dispensed a pellet of either the low-fat or high-fat chow when activated by a microchip
implanted in each female's wrist. Researchers found socially subordinate females consumed significantly more of both the low-fat diet and the high-fat...
BioElectronics CEO Andrew Whelan: Positioning the Company for Growth During 2008 and Beyond
...BioElectronics, Corp. (Pink Sheets: BIEL),
developer of ActiPatch, an FDA-cleared, drug-free anti-inflammatory patch
with an embedded battery operated microchip
that delivers pulsed
electromagnetic therapy to relieve pain and speed healing, today issued the
following letter to shareholders.
To the shareholde...
Microchip in Medical Technology
BioElectronics Announces Profitability Breakeven and Additional Clinical Trials
...wire-FirstCall/ -- BioElectronics Corp.
(BIEL), the maker of the ActiPatch(TM), a drug free anti-inflammatory
patch, with an embedded battery operated microchip
pulse therapy, specifically designed to speed healing, today announced that
recent sales successes, particularly in the internat...
BioElectronics Announces Major Clinical Trials
.../ -- BioElectronics Corp.
(Pink Sheets: BIEL), the maker of the ActiPatch(TM), a drug free anti-
inflammatory patch, with an embedded battery operated microchip
continuous pulse therapy specifically designed to speed healing, today
announced world renowned plastic surgeon David G. Genecov will devel...
Virogenomics, Inc. Awarded $2 Million National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Advanced Technology Program Grant to Develop Integrated Diagnostic Biosensors
... at the Portland Veterans
Administration Medical Center. "The ability to rapidly screen for multiple disease markers and
antibodies in real time on a microchip
will enable health care providers to
make on-the-spot medical decisions," said Dr. Arthur Vandenbark,
co-inventor of one of the biochip designs to be ...
Othera Pharmaceuticals Announces Upcoming Presentation Based Upon
Expanded Understanding of Lead Compound Mechanism of Action
...rstanding of How OT-551 Works in Ocular Disease
In conjunction with Othera scientists, Dr. Mousa performed
large-scale gene expression studies using microchip
provided evidence of OT-551's effect on several human inflammatory
genes regulated by NF-kB. Subsequent animal studies confirmed that
Microchip in Biological News
Singapore-US scientists first to develop revolutionary microchip that uses 30 times less energy
Leaving your mobile phone charger at home when you go for a two week long vacation may just be the norm one day as scientists from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and Rice University, United States, have successfully created a microchip
that uses 30 times less electricity while running seve...
Ship-in-a-bottle kit on a microchip
This release is available in German .
Sometimes physicists resort to tried and trusted model-making tricks. Scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Metals Research, the University of Stuttgart and the Colorado School of Mines have constructed micromachines using the same trick that m...
Ophthalmologists Use Artificial Silicon Retina Microchip To Treat Vision Loss
Ophthalmologists at Rush University Medical Center implanted Artificial Silicon Retina (ASR) microchips in the eyes of five patients to treat vision loss caused by retinitis pigmentosa (RP). The implant is a silicon microchip
2mm in diameter and one-thousandth of an inch thick, less than the thickn...
New test can detect both genetic and chromosomal abnormalities in embryos
...hildren already affected by a disease, and comparing their sequence with that inherited by the embryo. This can be achieved very rapidly using current microchip
technology known as microarray."
With karyomapping it is not necessary to know the exact DNA mutation that is being sought; the scientists just nee...
When the ill need protection from the cure
...significant expertise in radiation dose management and manufacturers will be developing methodology for a Smart Card project. The card would utilise a microchip
carrying information about the radiation doses a patient receives. "We don't intend to make it obligatory. It will be a voluntary system. So it will t...
Send your name around the Earth on NASA'S Glory mission
Participants will receive a printable certificate from NASA and have their name recorded on a microchip
that will become part of the spacecraft. The deadline for submitting names is Nov. 1, 2008.
The Glory satellite will allow scientists to measure ai...
Automated microfluidic device reduces time to screen small organisms for genetic studies
...After cooling, the system uses a high-resolution microscope to acquire multi-dimensional images of the animal on-chip.
"The advantage of using our microchip
is that it's completely compatible with any standard microscope you'd find in a biology laboratory epifluorescence, stereo, multi-photon or confocal ...
Liter of fuel would last UK 1 year if cars had kept pace with computers
...lenge of 'Understanding the Architecture of Brain and Mind', and will provide a platform for the investigation of these important issues that face the microchip
industry in the near future."
Digital 60 Day marks the 60th anniversary the birth of the 'Baby' or Small Scale Experimental Machine (SSEM), which i...
American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- Jan. 16, 2008
ARTICLE #3 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
for PCR testing at crime scenes, doctors offices
...rnal, they report development of a long-sought PCR microchip
that could permit use of PCR at crime scenes, in d... RELEASE
Electrochemistry-Based Real-Time PCR on a microchip
MIT develops 'tractor beam' for cells, more
...ut the MIT researchers have found a way to combine this powerful tool for moving, controlling and measuring objects with the highly versatile world of microchip
design and manufacturing.
Optical tweezers, as the technology is known, represent one of the world's smallest microtools, says Lang. Now, we're ap...
Microchip in Biological Technology
Andre Marion Joins Microchip Biotechnologies' Board of Directors
DUBLIN, Calif., May 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Microchip
Biotechnologies, a private company developing the Apollo next-generation fluidics platform for life sciences, announced today that Andre F. Marion has accepted a board position to its Board of Directors, effective immediately. Mr. Marion was former C...
Canadian Centre for DNA Barcoding to Participate in Microchip Biotechnologies Early Access Program for Microchip-Based DNA Sample Preparation and Cycle Sequencing
DUBLIN, Calif., April 8, 2008 /PRNewswire/ -- Microchip
Biotechnologies, Inc. (MBI) is pleased to announce that the Canadian Centre
for DNA Barcoding (CCDB), at the Biodiversity Institute of Ontario,
University of Guelph, will be the first participant to join MBI's early
access program for the...
Quick microchip test for dangerous antibiotic resistant bacteria
Researchers at the Veterinary Laboratories Agency in Surrey have developed microchips capable of quickly and cheaply identifying dangerous and drug resistant bacteria in clinical samples, scientists announced today (Wednesday 5 September 2007) at the Society for General Microbiology's 161st Meetin...
Team develops energy-efficient microchip
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.-- Researchers at MIT and Texas Instruments have unveiled a new chip design for portable electronics that can be up to 10 times more energy-efficient than present technology. The design could lead to cell phones, implantable medical devices and sensors that last far longer when run...
MIT: New method could lead to narrower chip patterns
... then be used to create a correspondingly fine line on the underlying material.
Producing such fine lines is crucial to many new technologies, from microchip
manufacturing that is constantly seeking ways to cram more components onto a single chip, to a whole host of emerging fields based on nano-scale patte...
IEEE Celebrates Its 125th Anniversary Presenting Emerging, World Changing Technologies During Its 'Embracing Human Technology Interactions' Media Event
...s, IEEE Member, Professor and Co-director, Center for Neuroengineering, Duke University Medical Center - Dr. Nicolelis and his team have developed a microchip
that allows human brains to communicate with robots and enables the robot to send a return message directly back to the brain, without use of sigh...
Let the games begin! Nanosoccer at 2009 RoboCup in Austria
...cope, the soccer nanobots are operated by remote control and move in response to changing magnetic fields or electrical signals transmitted across the microchip
arena. "Nanoscale" refers to their mass. The bots are a few tens of micrometers to a few hundred micrometers long, but their masses range from only a ...
BioElectronics Announces Significant Progress in Canadian and International Distribution
...y, the drug free anti-inflammatory patch,
with an embedded battery operated microchip
delivering continuous pulse
therapy that revolutionizes the way people heal...ch is a drug-free anti-inflammatory patch with an embedded battery
that delivers weeks of continuous pulsed therapy for
about a dollar a day. ...
Microchip Biotechnologies, Inc. Awarded Contract Under US Army Commercialization Pilot Program
... DUBLIN, Calif., Sept. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- microchip
Inc. (MBI) has been awarded a $62...ager, heading the USPM development at MBI.
Biotechnologies, Inc. (MBI) is developing the Apol...
NIST studies how new helium ion microscope measures up
...am manager. Semiconductor manufacturers have multi-million dollar scanning electron microscopes all along their production lines to help control their microchip
NIST received the first-ever commercial helium ion microscope, called Orion, from Carl Zeiss, Inc., last summer as part o...