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Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., the world leader in serving science, today announced that it is investing more than $50 million in its global bioproduction capabilities to provide additional capacity for manufacturing single-use bioprocess container (BPC) systems.
Precigen commenced the build-out of the nearly 5,000 square foot manufacturing facility in 2018 to support gene therapy manufacturing. The good manufacturing practices (GMP) facility was designed with agility and control in mind, focusing on rapid manufacturing and the ability to scale production appropriately to meet early stage clinical trial needs.
Taking a cue from biological cells, researchers from MIT, Columbia University, and elsewhere have developed computationally simple robots that connect in large groups to move around, transport objects, and complete other tasks.
Stem Cell Medicine Ltd. (SCM), a biotechnology company developing new therapies for neurological indications and rare diseases through gene therapy, cell therapy, exosomes, novel molecules and combinations with existing pharmaceuticals, announced today that it has received funding from the Israeli Ministry of the Economy to build a gene therapy facility.
ThermoGenesis Corp, a private corporation owned by Cesca Therapeutics, and a market leader in automated cellular processing and autologous cell therapies for regenerative medicine, today announced the construction and qualification of a new Class
CAPE® is a transportable, tent-like cleanroom facility developed by researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA. It can be installed both indoors and in unexposed outdoor locations, and takes less than an hour to set up.
Bioquell offers a unique opportunity to broaden Ecolab’s portfolio of products, services, and solutions. Bioquell’s expertise in bio-decontamination and deep-cleaning utilizing vaporized hydrogen peroxide technologies complements Ecolab’s daily cleaning and disinfection offerings for cleanrooms and other high-grade environments.
Ten years into the future — that’s about how far UC Santa Barbara electrical and computer engineering professor John Bowers and his research team are reaching with the recent development of their mode-locked quantum dot lasers on silicon. It’s technology that not only can massively increase the data transmission capacity of data centers, telecommunications companies and network hardware products to come, but do so with high stability, low noise and the energy efficiency of silicon photonics.
The Next Generation Greenhouse: AGT Unveils Cleanroom Technology, Energy Efficiency and Fast Build Times to Empower Growers
Sleek, modern structures full of patent-pending technologies such as Natural Earth Air System, oil bath fans and variable daylight control ushers in a new era for greenhouses
QuantumClean & ChemTrace will demonstrate how its ultra-high purity chamber tool part cleaning, proprietary coatings and microcontamination analytical testing can help reduce wafer fabrication Cost-of-Ownership (CoO). Solutions’ information is available during show hours at SEMICON Europa at the Messe München Exhibition Center in Munich, Germany from November 13 — 16, 2018 (booth A4510).
This “farm of the future”, built by systems integrator GrowStack working in conjunction with TCE Electrical Ltd., is the latest research initiative to be led by CHAP and Stockbridge Technology Centre (STC), a pioneer in experimental and applied horticulture research since the 1950s.
The scientists envision that such transient engineered technologies one day could complement or replace pharmaceutical treatments for a variety of medical conditions in humans. This type of technology, which the researchers refer to as a “bioresorbable electronic medicine,” provides therapy and treatment over a clinically relevant period of time and directly at the site where it’s needed, thereby reducing side effects or risks associated with conventional, permanent implants.
Biotechnology Cleanroom News and Advancements
The Biotechnology Cleanroom Industry supports the environmental cleanroom and controlled environmental systems for the biotechnology, biotech and bioscience industries. The biotechnology industry makes use of living biological systems and organisms to develop or make products. Often times, biotech organizations are focused on implementing technological applications that uses biological systems, liv
ing organisms, or derivatives of biological organisms. Cleanroom Connect provides the latest Biotechnology Cleanroom News from various biotech, bioscience, and biotechnology industries. Subscribe today to receive aerospace news and updates directly to your mailbox.
Since the first DNA cloning experiments almost a half century ago, biotechnology techniques such as genetic engineering have developed to allow for the creation of engineered biological molecules. The biotechnology field focuses on designing and innovating new and different biological microorganisms and cells, constantly finding ways to create new gene formations and figure out how they work. The research and development of gene formations often happens in transgenic animals and plants. The biotechnology revolution has brought on an abundance of commercial applications that include gene cloning, directed mutagenesis, DNA sequencing, RNA interference, biomolecule labeling and detection, and nucleic acid amplification.
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