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This page shows the latest nanotechnology news and features for those working in and with pharma, biotech and healthcare.

IBM Watson sees early-stage 'breakthrough' in viral diseases

IBM Watson sees early-stage 'breakthrough' in viral diseases

A team at the Asian state's Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (IBN) used the Watson supercomputer to identifie a new macromolecule that could sidestep the normal mutations that affect viruses.

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  • Great divides Great divides

    The second choice is between technology focus vs integration. Some firms are concentrating on the pharmacology, others are integrating pharmacology with information technology, nanotechnology and other fields.

  • GSK invests £200m in UK medicine manufacturing GSK invests £200m in UK medicine manufacturing

    Specific technologies that could have applications in manufacturing, according to GSK, include the use of enzymes and biologically inspired catalysts that mimic natural reactions, with nanotechnologies another area of interest.

  • Electric dreams in medicine Electric dreams in medicine

    as biology, nanotechnology, materials science, micro-power generation and IT.

  • AstraZeneca signs $200m deal with Bind for cancer drug AstraZeneca signs $200m deal with Bind for cancer drug

    Follows deals with Amgen and Pfizer for Bind involving its Accurin nanotechnology.

  • Pfizer enters $210m+ nanomedicines deal with Bind Pfizer enters $210m+ nanomedicines deal with Bind

    As noted in the PMLiVE article, Future imperfect: How breakthrough technology can support healthcare, nanotechnology is predicted to have a large impact on healthcare in the coming years, with nanomaterials already

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  • And breathe… And breathe…

    That’s quantum computing, AI, machine learning, biotechnology, nanotechnology and all the other ‘ologies’ all fusing together to transform our world.

  • Healthcare costs Healthcare costs

    While there is a multitude of incredible developments in nanotechnology, holographic diagnosis tools, robotics and more, this article looks at those that have a chance to bring positive change to patients

  • Russian innovation at the crossroads Russian innovation at the crossroads

    The government came up with a strategy to develop high technology sectors such as pharmaceuticals, electronics, nanotechnology and others. ... Biotechnology - a next driver? Biotechnology along with IT and nanotechnology was identified as key to economic

  • Country report: The healthcare market in South Korea Country report: The healthcare market in South Korea

    The current policy aims at bioconvergence, integrating disciplines such as biology, bioinformatics and nanotechnology, and creation of bioclusters with the intention of making biotech a thriving sector and lead in international

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  • Diagnosing the lag in neuropsychiatric treatments

    Recent studies have investigated the use of biotechnology and nanotechnology for targeting CNS drug delivery, for example looking at whether biopolymeric nanoparticles can be used for diagnosis, detection and imaging.

  • Technology Ed

    Tech Ed occupies a niche area by focusing on emerging, research-oriented areas such as materials development, nanotechnology, and biomedical applications.

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