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Global Biotechnology Insights
Apr 6, 2021
IDTechEx TVUltrashort Peptides to a Long Way for Tissue Engineering

Ultrashort Peptides to a Long Way for Tissue Engineering

A printable hydrogel made of ultrashort peptides could help shape cells into viable tissues.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Apr 9, 2021
Antimicrobial Technologies - How Do They Work?

Antimicrobial Technologies - How Do They Work?

Antimicrobial technologies such as coatings and textiles containing silver and copper are helping people during the COVID-19 pandemic by ensuring that whatever they touch, whether that is a door handle or their own mask, is free from live SARS-CoV-2 particles. But how exactly do these antimicrobial technologies work?
Global Biotechnology Insights
Apr 7, 2021
OCD Patients with Comorbidities Respond Well to Deep Brain Stimulation

OCD Patients with Comorbidities Respond Well to Deep Brain Stimulation

A new study finds that patients with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder as well as other psychiatric comorbidities, such as autism spectrum or tic disorders, may respond well to Deep Brain Stimulation.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Apr 2, 2021
CRISPR Based COVID-19 Test Detects the Virus Even When it Mutates

CRISPR Based COVID-19 Test Detects the Virus Even When it Mutates

A team of scientists has developed a diagnostic test that can detect the virus that causes COVID-19 even after it has gone through mutations. Called the VaNGuard (Variant Nucleotide Guard) test, it makes use of a gene-editing tool known as CRISPR, which is used widely in scientific research to alter DNA sequences and modify gene function in human cells under lab conditions, and more recently, in diagnostic applications.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Apr 1, 2021
Scientists Create Synthetic Cell That Grows and Divides Normally

Scientists Create Synthetic Cell That Grows and Divides Normally

Five years ago, scientists created a single-celled synthetic organism that, with only 473 genes, was the simplest living cell ever known. However, this bacteria-like organism behaved strangely when growing and dividing, producing cells with wildly different shapes and sizes. Now, scientists have identified seven genes that can be added to tame the cells' unruly nature, causing them to neatly divide into uniform orbs.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Apr 5, 2021
Antibacterial Gel Bandage Developed Using Durian Husk

Antibacterial Gel Bandage Developed Using Durian Husk

Food scientists have made an antibacterial gel bandage using the discarded husks of the popular tropical fruit, durian.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Skin Analysis using Consumer Electronics

Skin Analysis using Consumer Electronics

The COVID-19 pandemic, and the associated social distancing and lockdowns, has had a tremendous impact on the beauty industry. With the closure of brick-and-mortar stores, beauty companies across the world saw significant declines in sales as they worked on accelerating the ongoing trend of moving sales online. In this article, IDTechEx presents details of commonly analyzed skin parameters compatible with optical detection.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Event Summary: Flex2021

Event Summary: Flex2021

In late February 2021 IDTechEx attended the Flex2021 conference. Conference talks and attendees were a mix of primarily early-stage companies and academics. This premium article covers a selection of the most interesting and/or commercially relevant talks.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Report from SmartLab Digital 2021

Report from SmartLab Digital 2021

SmartLab Digital 2021 was a virtual event organized by Pharma IQ, a division of IQPC. This premium article reports some of the major talking points from the event.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Non-Invasive Glucose Sensing Technologies

Non-Invasive Glucose Sensing Technologies

In this premium article, IDTechEx examines various approaches that have been made in developing non-invasive glucose sensors for diabetes management.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Apr 6, 2021
IDTechEx TVUltrashort Peptides to a Long Way for Tissue Engineering

Ultrashort Peptides to a Long Way for Tissue Engineering

A printable hydrogel made of ultrashort peptides could help shape cells into viable tissues.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Apr 7, 2021
OCD Patients with Comorbidities Respond Well to Deep Brain Stimulation

OCD Patients with Comorbidities Respond Well to Deep Brain Stimulation

A new study finds that patients with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder as well as other psychiatric comorbidities, such as autism spectrum or tic disorders, may respond well to Deep Brain Stimulation.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Apr 1, 2021
Scientists Create Synthetic Cell That Grows and Divides Normally

Scientists Create Synthetic Cell That Grows and Divides Normally

Five years ago, scientists created a single-celled synthetic organism that, with only 473 genes, was the simplest living cell ever known. However, this bacteria-like organism behaved strangely when growing and dividing, producing cells with wildly different shapes and sizes. Now, scientists have identified seven genes that can be added to tame the cells' unruly nature, causing them to neatly divide into uniform orbs.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Skin Analysis using Consumer Electronics

Skin Analysis using Consumer Electronics

The COVID-19 pandemic, and the associated social distancing and lockdowns, has had a tremendous impact on the beauty industry. With the closure of brick-and-mortar stores, beauty companies across the world saw significant declines in sales as they worked on accelerating the ongoing trend of moving sales online. In this article, IDTechEx presents details of commonly analyzed skin parameters compatible with optical detection.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Report from SmartLab Digital 2021

Report from SmartLab Digital 2021

SmartLab Digital 2021 was a virtual event organized by Pharma IQ, a division of IQPC. This premium article reports some of the major talking points from the event.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Apr 9, 2021
Antimicrobial Technologies - How Do They Work?

Antimicrobial Technologies - How Do They Work?

Antimicrobial technologies such as coatings and textiles containing silver and copper are helping people during the COVID-19 pandemic by ensuring that whatever they touch, whether that is a door handle or their own mask, is free from live SARS-CoV-2 particles. But how exactly do these antimicrobial technologies work?
Global Biotechnology Insights
Apr 2, 2021
CRISPR Based COVID-19 Test Detects the Virus Even When it Mutates

CRISPR Based COVID-19 Test Detects the Virus Even When it Mutates

A team of scientists has developed a diagnostic test that can detect the virus that causes COVID-19 even after it has gone through mutations. Called the VaNGuard (Variant Nucleotide Guard) test, it makes use of a gene-editing tool known as CRISPR, which is used widely in scientific research to alter DNA sequences and modify gene function in human cells under lab conditions, and more recently, in diagnostic applications.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Apr 5, 2021
Antibacterial Gel Bandage Developed Using Durian Husk

Antibacterial Gel Bandage Developed Using Durian Husk

Food scientists have made an antibacterial gel bandage using the discarded husks of the popular tropical fruit, durian.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Event Summary: Flex2021

Event Summary: Flex2021

In late February 2021 IDTechEx attended the Flex2021 conference. Conference talks and attendees were a mix of primarily early-stage companies and academics. This premium article covers a selection of the most interesting and/or commercially relevant talks.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Non-Invasive Glucose Sensing Technologies

Non-Invasive Glucose Sensing Technologies

In this premium article, IDTechEx examines various approaches that have been made in developing non-invasive glucose sensors for diabetes management.