With the passage of time and the advent of drastic changes in the generic lifestyle of the common man, many aged individuals are coming under the trap of several diseases, … Continue Reading A Protein that Prevents Tau Clearance Could Be The Key In Alzheimer’s
China has witnessed a significant outbreak of a mysterious respiratory virus which has killed three people and has infected around 220 more. Such a scenario could give rise to the … Continue Reading China’s Mysterious Coronavirus is Spreading
Astellas Pharma will purchase Xyphos Biosciences for a staggering $665 million. A lot of money for CAR T technology that will shape the future for patients fighting cancer. You may … Continue Reading Astellas Pharma Acquires CAR T Startup Xyphos for a Staggering $665 Million
Ebola may be a thing in the past, thanks to scientists that contribute to the fight against this deadly disease. For the first time in history, the Food and … Continue Reading Merck’s Ervebo is the First Ebola Vaccine to be Approved by the FDA
Can a Herpes Variant be the clue to treating Multiple Sclerosis? With more than 8,700 MS patients and 7200 without MS used as a control group, researchers from Karolinska Institute … Continue Reading A Herpes Virus May Be the Cause of Multiple Sclerosis
A renowned Professor of Genetics at Harvard Medical School and director of PersonalGenomes.org, George Church, started a small biotech company in the hope of understanding age-related diseases. Rejuvenate Bio is … Continue Reading Harvard Professor uses Gene Therapy to Fight Aging
Scientists from the University of Dundee and the University of Stanford have made an important discovery in Parkinson’s. These researchers discovered an enzyme that acts as the “brakes” to the … Continue Reading An Enzyme May be the Key to Stopping Parkinson’s
Have you heard your colleague or coworker mention that they work on 4 hours of sleep every day? Yet, you wonder why they don’t mirror a zombie from a nonfiction … Continue Reading Can you Function on Four Hours of Sleep? A Mutation in NSPR1 Can Explain this Phenomenon
With science and technology advancing every day, new discoveries are also being made in the medicine world. Medical Scientists are working on new drugs that are more powerful and act … Continue Reading RNA Delivery May Bring Stronger Vaccines
There is no known treatment or cure for the well-known disease, Lou Gehrig’s disease. The disease, commonly known as ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) causes the death of neurons controlling voluntary muscles.
Dr. Tariq Rana and his colleagues discover a clue in stopping HIV cells from reproducing. A critical cellular player that controls HIV reproduction may be the key. What is HIV? … Continue Reading Can We Stop Infected HIV Cells from Replicating?
Treatment for cancer patients has come a long way in the past fifty years. Gone are the days when decisions were made based on a hit-or-miss response; the 21st century … Continue Reading Roche’s Tecentriq is Looking Good with Two More Drug Approvals in Europe
At the young age of 34, Vivek Ramaswamy, the CEO of Roivant Sciences, has a net worth of a staggering $600 million! Graduating from Harvard with a degree in biology, … Continue Reading Biotech Investor Turned Entrepreneur is $3 Billion Richer
Ajinomoto service is a company that provides a number of active pharmaceutical products to the pharmaceutical industry along with its joint venture company, Granules India Limited. The company press states … Continue Reading Ajinomoto Acquires the Rest of Granules OmniChem
10x Genomics is an American Biotech company that specializes in designing and manufacturing of gene sequencing technology that is used for scientific research purposes and clinical diagnostics. The firm has … Continue Reading 10x Genomics IPO Starts At $100 Million
Beta-amyloid plaques, which are clusters of proteins found in the brains of Alzheimer’s patients, can damage neurons and compromise brain functions.