No Need to Wait for Organ Transplant? Organ and Tissue Manufacturing Initiative Moving Forward

In Florida, Akron Biotechnology, LLC joined the New Hampshire based Manufacturing USA initiative, called the Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute, to help develop and manufacture...

Pepsico Awards “Hidden Figures” Prizes for STEM Leaders

In Michigan, University of Michigan alum Midori Maeda was one of 10 runners-up for Pepsico and 21st Century Fox’s “Hidden Figures” contest which highlights...

STEER Expands Design and Engineering Team to 30

In India, STEER Engineering added new design and engineering professionals to their team in order to grow their innovations in biomaterials and biorefining, plastics,...

Precision Dispensing Leader Nordson Corporation

In Ohio, Nordson Corporation acquired Spokane, Washington based ACE Production Technologies which designs and produces soldering systems for electronics assembly. Details on the acquisition...

LifeFoundry Helps Biotech Companies with R&D Automation

In Illinois, new company, LifeFoundry, is utilizing synthetic biology and robotics to conduct research and development for biotech companies. LifeFoundry, which is part of...

No More “Accidents” when You Sneeze – New Biomaterial Implant Helps Women with Urinary...

In India, two companies, Urogyn B.V. and Leader Biomedical, are joining forces to help bring to market a new product that can help women...

American Process and MYBiomass Collaborate on Malaysia Oil Palm Biomaterials Project

In Malaysia, MYBiomass Sdn. Bhd. and Atlanta, Georgia based American Process Inc. are working together on a nanocellulose production project using oil palm empty...

Researchers Develop Tiny Implantable Biomaterial Medical Device that Runs with No Power Source

In New York, Columbia University Engineering researchers created tiny robotic type machines from biomaterials that can be implanted in the body for biomedical purposes....

Blame Biochemicals and Brain for Binge Eating After Boatload of Beers

In the United Kingdom, researchers at the Francis Crick Institute in London have found the scientific reason why you get hungry when drinking alcohol....

The Debate Continues – Is Glyphosate Dangerous to Our Health? Latest Study Says Yes,...

In the United Kingdom, researchers published a paper saying Monsanto’s controversial ingredient in Roundup, glyphosate, affects liver function even from ultra-low dose exposure. The...

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