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Berkeley Lab Celebrates the Integrative Genomics Building

BERKELEY LAB CELEBRATES THE INTEGRATIVE GENOMICS BUILDING

Biosciences Area Associate Lab Director Mary Maxon caps off the Integrative Genomics Building dedication festivities by leading the...

INDIGO BIOSCIENCES ANNOUNCES RELEASE OF ASSAY KIT FOR TESTING MULTI-DRUG RESISTANCE

Testing Allows Researchers to Determine Possibility of Drug-Drug Interactions Before Clinical Trials State College, PA - INDIGO Biosciences,...

 
 
 
Here Comes the Sun: A New Framework for Artificial Photosynthesis

HERE COMES THE SUN: A NEW FRAMEWORK FOR ARTIFICIAL PHOTOSYNTHESIS

Scientists have long sought to mimic the process by which plants make their own fuel using sunlight, carbon dioxide, and water through...

Bio Roundup: Roche-Spark Drags On, GSK Taps CRISPR, Diabetes News & More

BIO ROUNDUP: ROCHE-SPARK DRAGS ON, GSK TAPS CRISPR, DIABETES NEWS & MORE

Is one of the bigger biopharma acquisitions of the year in trouble? This past week, antitrust regulators once again delayed Roche's...

 
 
 
The SMRT Special: Journal Focuses on Advances in SMRT Sequencing

THE SMRT SPECIAL: JOURNAL FOCUSES ON ADVANCES IN SMRT SEQUENCING

Single Molecule, Real-Time Sequencing continues to get smarter and more powerful, with the recent launch of the Sequel II system increasing...

 
 
 
Agtech Startup GroGuru Gets Audience Kudos at EvoNexus Demo Day

AGTECH STARTUP GROGURU GETS AUDIENCE KUDOS AT EVONEXUS DEMO DAY

Three wildly different startups among those incubating at EvoNexus, a La Jolla, CA-based nonprofit organization that supports early-stage...

Berkeley Lab Technology Provides Clarity Amid Hawaiian Water Contamination Concerns

BERKELEY LAB TECHNOLOGY PROVIDES CLARITY AMID HAWAIIAN WATER CONTAMINATION CONCERNS

At Gillin's Beach in the Mahaulepu watershed, signs were frequently posted warning beach goers not to swim. However, the team found...

 
 
 
The Future Is Bright for Somatic Cell Genome Editing

THE FUTURE IS BRIGHT FOR SOMATIC CELL GENOME EDITING

Scientific advances in human genome editing have proven that somatic cell genome editing holds great potential to treat or maybe even...

Unraveling Malaria Mysteries with Long-Read Sequencing

UNRAVELING MALARIA MYSTERIES WITH LONG-READ SEQUENCING

Plasmodium falciparum Malaria is a complicated killer, and efforts to develop effective vaccines have been hindered by gaps in our...

 
 
 
Breakthrough Technique for Studying Gene Expression Takes Root in Plants

BREAKTHROUGH TECHNIQUE FOR STUDYING GENE EXPRESSION TAKES ROOT IN PLANTS

Researcher Christine Shulse tends to Arabidopsis plants in a lab at the DOE Joint Genome Institute. An open-source RNA analysis platform...

 
 
 
BIO 2019 Innovation Zone Company Snapshot: Trellis Biosciences

BIO 2019 INNOVATION ZONE COMPANY SNAPSHOT: TRELLIS BIOSCIENCES

The next big medical breakthrough is on the horizon and all it takes is one idea, one vision, or one conversation for a small, emerging...

SOLID TANKS AS SAFETY SCARE AGAIN ROCKS DMD GENE THERAPY

A safety scare has rocked Solid Biosciences' drive to get its Duchenne muscular dystrophy gene therapy program back on track. The first...

 
 
 

PROMETHERA RAISES €40M TO FUND TRIAL OF NASH CELL THERAPY

Promethera Biosciences has raised €39.7 million to put its liver disease cell therapy through clinical trials. The series D round comes...

NEUROCRINE BIOSCIENCES HONORS MENTAL HEALTH MONTH AND RAISES AWARENESS OF TARDIVE DYSKINESIA AND ITS IMPACT ON PATIENTS

Mental Health Advocacy Community Recognizes and 25 States Declare Tardive Dyskinesia Awareness Week as Part of Mental Health Month...

 
 
 
Four Berkeley Lab Scientists Elected as National Academy of Sciences Members

FOUR BERKELEY LAB SCIENTISTS ELECTED AS NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES MEMBERS

New NAS members Roger Falcone, Pamela Ronald, Uros Seljack, and Omar Yaghi. Four Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory scientists...

Unique Synthetic Antibodies Show Promise for Improved Disease and Toxin Detection

UNIQUE SYNTHETIC ANTIBODIES SHOW PROMISE FOR IMPROVED DISEASE AND TOXIN DETECTION

Scientists have invented a new “synthetic antibody” that could make screening for diseases easier and less expensive than current go-to...

 
 
 

NEUROCRINE BIOSCIENCES REPORTS FIRST QUARTER 2019 FINANCIAL RESULTS

INGREZZA® First Quarter Net Product Sales of $136.4 Million with Approximately 24,200 TRxOpicapone New Drug Application Submission...