April 27, 2015

Bioscience / Biotech

12/24/14

Alliance Beverage donation to support melanoma research at ASU

Alliance Beverage Distributing has donated $25,000 to Arizona State University's Biodesign Institute to help accelerate the development of a technology aimed at detecting melanoma earlier.

12/17/14

Probing bacterial resistance to a class of natural antibiotics

In a new study, ASU researchers explore the clever techniques used by bacteria to survive destruction from antimicrobial peptides – potent defense factors produced by all living forms, including humans.

12/17/14

Quest to unravel mysteries of our gene network

An ASU engineer is seeking deeper knowledge of the fundamental mechanisms that shape human genetics to help the pave way for advanced medical treatments.

12/16/14

ASU professors named National Academy of Inventors Fellows

ASU professors Stuart Lindsay and Michael Kozicki have been named Fellows of the National Academy of Inventors.

12/15/14

Expert to give talk on animal microbiome

Vanderbilt University professor Seth Bordenstein will talk about the animal microbiome Dec. 16.

12/15/14

Expanding the tool kit for detecting, treating traumatic brain injury

An ASU biomedical engineer is developing nanobody probes to detect and treat brain injury at the molecular level.

12/10/14

ASU tech transfer group achieves high rankings in national survey

Arizona Technology Enterprises is in the top ten among a high-research peer group for inventions, startups and licenses.

12/05/14

ASU researchers produce devices for early, low-cost cancer diagnosis

Lab-on-a-disc offers potential for early, fast and inexpensive disease diagnosis. Find out how ASU researchers are working to make these devices available for clinical use.

12/05/14

New research paves the way for nano-movies of biomolecules

A new study proves that high-speed X-ray lasers can capture the fast dynamics of biomolecules in ultra slow-motion, revealing subtle processes with unprecedented clarity.

12/03/14

ASU wellness technologies project to be featured at global health summit

Arizona State University's Project HoneyBee will be featured at the main stage of the world's largest mobile health event, the mHealth Summit.

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