FDA rejects two China-developed cancer drugs

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The regulator cited concerns around single-country trials in turning back Hutchmed's pancreatic cancer treatment, while manufacturing issues held up Junshi and Coherus' throat cancer medicine

Visual system brain development implicated in infants who develop autism

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Cancer increases the risk of developing diabetes

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Cancer patients are at a greater risk for developing diabetes, according to a new study by the Steno Diabetes Center Copenhagen, Rigshospitalet, and the University of Copenhagen. The study also concludes that cancer patients who develop diabetes die sooner than survivors without diabetes.

2nd NSCLC Drug Development Summit

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The 2nd NSCLC Drug Development Summit returns for its second year to unite biopharma and academic leaders during an exciting era of personalized medicine. Improve your drug development rationale across all lines of NSCLC and address challenges when moving therapies forward.

Mandatory COVID Vaccination Policy Template

The federal government is developing a rule requiring employers with more than 100 employees ensure their workers are vaccinated or produce a negative COVID test weekly before entering the workplace. So, what can your organization do to prepare? Get Paycor’s COVID Vaccination Policy Template to help communicate important details to your employees.

Novel immunotherapy mechanism suppresses breast cancer development

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UTSW researchers develop blood test to predict liver cancer risk

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Now, UT Southwestern researchers have developed a simple blood test to predict which NAFLD patients are most likely to develop liver […]. Cancer blood cancer develop Liver predict researchers risk test UTSWAn estimated one-quarter of adults in the U.S.

FDA sets out advice to developers of gene editing medicines

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Draft recommendations from the agency were generally straightforward, analysts said, although the document emphasized the potential safety risks of gene editing

Supporting multi-audience communication in all stages of drug development

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Biopharmaceutical companies have ongoing and extensive needs for print and digital communications throughout the drug development life cycle that can benefit from a single-source vendor

Researchers develop a paper-thin loudspeaker

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MIT engineers have developed a paper-thin loudspeaker that can turn any surface into an active audio source. Credit: Image: Felice Frankel MIT engineers have developed a paper-thin loudspeaker that can turn any surface into an active audio source.

Apple Developer Academy opens in Pohang

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Korea’s first Apple Developer Academy held its first class online on March 14. The Apple Developer Academy is an education program for developers in the making. Social & Behavioral Science Academy apple developer opens Pohang

Yet another gene therapy developer turns to layoffs

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Taysha Gene Therapies is narrowing its research efforts and cutting around 35% of its workforce, the latest in a series of layoffs announced by makers of genetic medicines

CureVac increases focus on cancer vaccine development

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A partnership with myNEO represents the first step in CureVacâs targeted expansion of its mRNA approach for the development of cancer vaccines, says the company. Bio Developments

Merck stops coronavirus vaccine development in surprise setback

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The drugmaker, one of the largest vaccine developers globally, won't move forward with either of two candidates it's been testing after disappointing data in early trials

UTSW study: RNA exosome key for B cell development

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New research from UT Southwestern suggests that RNA exosomes – the cellular machines that degrade old molecules of RNA – play a key role in the development of B cells, which are critical to the immune system’s ability to protect against infection.

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Al Sandrock takes on CEO role at gene therapy developer

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The well-known researcher and Biogen alumnus has agreed to take the top spot at Voyager Therapeutics, which, last spring, underwent a "strategic shift" that saw its then-CEO and research head depart

Antibody shows promise for developing hantavirus treatment

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Based on their initial results, the antibody appears to be a promising candidate for developing a “pan-hantavirus” therapy to protect against outbreaks caused by […]. Biology antibody developing hantavirus promise shows treatment

Inspired by palm trees, scientists develop hurricane-resilient wind turbines

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Technology and Engineering develop hurricaneresilient Inspired palm scientists trees turbines windWind technology is growing—literally.

In the News: November 2021 Regulatory and Development Updates

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Each month, Camargo’s “In the News” series highlights important changes and advancements in the regulatory and development space and explores how those changes could impact your program. 505(b)(2) Development Blog In the News Pediatrics Regulatory Strategy & Submissions

Development of ultra-thin, high-efficiency piezoelectric elements that generate electricity from movements in daily life

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The developed energy generating device […]. Technology and Engineering daily development electricity elements generate highefficiency life movements piezoelectric Ultrathin

Bioengineering team develops a remote lab to teach enzyme kinetics

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Social & Behavioral Science bioengineering develops Enzyme kinetics lab Remote teach TeamThe COVID-19 pandemic forced teachers across the globe to embrace remote learning.

Researchers develop 3D-printed jelly

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Astellas and Sutro partner to develop immunostimulatory ADCs

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Astellas Pharma and Sutro Biopharma have entered a global, strategic partnership and licencing agreement to discover and develop new immunostimulatory antibody-drug conjugates (iADCs). Astellas and Sutro will expedite the development of iADCs for three different biological targets.

Embryonic development and cancer cell growth

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Researchers of the University of Barcelona and the August Pi i Sunyer Biomedical Research Institute (IDIBAPS) have shown in a study with lung cancer cell lines that the same molecular signals that control the embryonic development can also control the harmfulness of cancer cells.

In the News: August 2021 Regulatory and Development Updates

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Each month, Camargo’s “In the News” series highlights important changes and advancements in the regulatory and development space and explores how those changes could impact your program. In the News: August 2021 Regulatory and Development Updates.

Vaccine Developers of the Year: BioNTech and Moderna

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Defying expectations, BioNTech and Moderna each designed and developed highly effective coronavirus shots far faster than previously considered possible

UCLA surgeons develop new technique to reduce Adam’s apple without neck scar

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Doctors at the UCLA Gender Health Program have developed a technique to reduce an Adam’s apple bump without leaving a scar on the patient’s neck. Medicine & Health Adams apple develop neck reduce scar surgeons technique UCLA

Book examines the future of executive development

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Toronto – Executive development programs have entered a period of rapid transformation, driven by digital disruption and a widening gap between the skills that participants and their organizations demand and those provided by their executive programs.

Rensselaer researchers receive $3.5 million grant for development of COVID antiviral drug

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million grant from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), to develop a low-dose, oral COVID antiviral drug that can be administered at home.

Optical microphone developed by CMU researchers sees sound like never before

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A camera system developed by Carnegie Mellon University researchers can see sound vibrations with such precision and detail that it can reconstruct the music of a single instrument in a band or orchestra. Social & Behavioral Science CMU developed microphone optical researchers sees sound

Development of magnetic cooling materials that enable efficient hydrogen liquefaction

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National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Tohoku University and Japan Synchrotron Radiation Research Institute (JASRI) have developed a series of Er(Ho)Co2-based magnetic cooling alloys that can be used to efficiently cool hydrogen from 77 K to 20 K: its liquefaction temperature.

UPNA/NUP researchers develop a ground-breaking system that uses acoustic levitation to assemble parts

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Technology and Engineering acoustic assemble develop Groundbreaking levitation parts researchers system UPNANUP“LeviPrint” is a system that uses acoustic manipulation for assembling objects without physical contact.

Parental type 1 diabetes can affect children’s cognitive development

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Cognitive development in children could be affected regardless of which biological parent has type 1 diabetes, according to research publishing April 19th in the open access journal PLOS Medicine. Biology affect childrens cognitive development Diabetes Parental type

3 systems develop together for baby’s respiratory health

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A new multidisciplinary study conducted by researchers at the University of Rochester Medical Center has found that the co-development of three systems, the gut microbiome, respiratory system and immune system, is correlated with a baby’s respiratory health, and an infant can have negative respiratory outcomes if the development of one of these systems is disrupted. Latest News babys develop health respiratory systems

Modular super-enhancer controls retinal development

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Jude Children’s Research Hospital studied the Vsx2 super-enhancer and its role in the development of the retina. Chemistry AND Physics controls development Modular retinal superenhancerEnhancers are regions of DNA that do not code for proteins, but control how genes are expressed.

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FDA seeking more consistency from cell, gene therapy developers, top official says

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A number of drugmakers have recently faced development delays after the FDA's asked for more information on how they measure the potency of their products

Ultrasonic tech to develop safer railway track lubrication measurement system

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THE University of Huddersfield has forged a partnership with an innovative technology business to work with Network Rail on developing a safer and more reliable track lubrication measurement system.

Reducing air pollution can support healthy brain development: Study

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A new study finds that having a portable air cleaner in the home can reduce the negative impacts of air pollution on brain development in children. Latest News air brain development healthy pollution Reducing study supportSimon Fraser University researchers collaborated with U.S. and Mongolian scientists to study the benefits of using air filters to reduce exposure to air pollution during pregnancy, and assessed the […].

UTSW researchers develop rapid COVID-19 test to identify variants in hours

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and colleagues developed CoVarScan, a rapid COVID-19 test that detects the signatures of eight hotspots on the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Medicine & Health COVID19 develop hours identify rapid researchers test UTSW variants

CABBI team develops automated platform for plasmid production

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Space & Planetary Science Automated CABBI develops plasmid platform production TeamPlasmids have extensive use in basic and applied biology. These small, circular DNA molecules are used by scientists to introduce new genes into a target organism.

Electronic skin: Physicist at TU Graz develops multisensory hybrid material

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Social & Behavioral Science develops Electronic Graz hybrid material multisensory physicist skinThe skin is the largest sensory organ and at the same time the protective coat of the human being.

Novel sleep education learning modules developed for nurse practitioners

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Latest News developed Education learning Modules nurse practitioners sleepPHILADELPHIA (June 23, 2022) – Sleep health is increasingly recognized as important to overall health, and sleep disturbances and disorders are clinical problems that require diagnosis and management. But when patients present with symptoms and concerns about their sleep disturbances, they often do so to healthcare providers who are not sleep specialists. Primary care nurse […].

Amgen partners with Arrakis to develop drugs aimed at RNA

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Arrakis, a specialist in designing oral drugs that target RNA, will receive $75 million under the deal, which could be worth "several billion dollars" more

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