For Immunovent’s innovative approach to allergy diagnosis, MABA names the company the “best of the best” in its year-end first pitch life science competition.
A new strategic alliance between Lockheed Martin and Illumina will use nation-scale sequencing and information systems to improve public health and wellness.
The National Science Foundation’s Small Business Innovation Research program has awarded Aperiomics a second small business grant, bringing the total NSF funds received by the company to $180,000.
End-of-study data from the Athena trial support the option of HPV primary screening for women 25 and older.
Akro-Mils, Akron, Ohio, has released its new materials handling catalog featuring several new products, including universal hanging bins, which can be hung from any of their four sides to create different bin profiles.
Decipher is the first genomic test for postoperative prostate cancer to gain Medicare coverage, adding unique information to guide patient care after radical prostatectomy.
Medical diagnostics supplier Randox has announced plans to create Randox Science Park, a £161-million facility that will serve as the R&D and manufacturing headquarters for the company’s existing and future products.
With funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Fio will build on its Fionet platform to strengthen ebola management in West Africa, interconnecting frontline health workers, remote managers, and health organizations.
After its ASH 2014 debut, the RainDance HemOnc Consortium, an international panel of clinical research experts, will focus on developing assays for liquid biopsy research of myeloid disorders.
A CDC report provides the first snapshot of state efforts to prevent MRSA and deadly diarrheal infections, suggesting continued improvements are needed.