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First Instrument for 1536 Screening in Suspension

IntelliCyt Corporation, a provider of assay screening solutions for phenotypic drug discovery, antibody discovery and in vitro toxicity testing, announced the new iQue™ Screener HD, the first commercially available instrument for screening in suspension using the 1536 well microplate format. It is the latest addition to IntelliCyt’s platform of instrumentation, application-specific reagents, integrated multi-user analysis...

Next Gen: 8th Improving Bioavailabilty & Form...

Strategies for Ensuring Optimum Solubility and Drug Viability This summit investigates the core challenges to achieving maximum bioavailability in drug candidates as well as novel drug delivery solutions utilized to improve bioavailability, and expedite time-to-market of new chemical entities as well as reformulated therapeutics in the development pipeline. For three days attendees will engage in workshops, panel discussions...

Chemie Uzbekistan 2011

The 5th Anniversary Central Asian International exhibition «Chemical industry – Chemie Uzbekistan» and the 2nd Uzbek International exhibition of plastics and rubber – «Plastex Uzbekistan 2011» will be held from the 16th till the 18th of November 2011, at the Pavilion 1 of OJSS «Uzexpocentre». “ITE UZBEKISTAN” is the organizer of the exhibitions The exhibitions will feature the following...

Microneedle Drug Delivery Systems Moving Toward Co...

Evolutionary Design Enhancements Creating a Viable Path to the Market According to Greystone Research Associates (Amherst, NH) – For the past decade a small group of device development companies, often supported by academic partners and national government technology transfer programs, have been attempting to commercialize drug delivery products based on arrays of microneedles. By creating channels in the stratum corneum,...

Sanford-Burnham robots speed up path to discovery

The work force at Lake Nona’s Sanford- Burnham Institute includes 90 scientific staffers, 60 administrators and support personnel — and a team of three robots. The robots are part of a $15 million investment from the National Institutes of Health and occupy a large, glass-enclosed room on the bottom floor of Burnham’s Lake Nona campus. Although they resemble the robotic arms used in automobile assembly...

Nanion nominated for The German Industry’s Innov...

Munich, Germany, Jan 20th, 2009; Nanion is again nominated for a prestigious innovation award, due its impressive product portfolio of automated patch clamp systems. More than 350 companies competed in this year’s Innovation Award and Nanion is finalist in the category “Start-Up Companies”. The German Industry’s Innovation Award, also the world’s first innovation award, has since 1980 annually...
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