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A molecule in an optical whispering gallery

With the help of a microsphere and a nanowire, single unlabelled biomolecules can be detected through light

24-Sep-2014

Being able to track individual biomolecules and observe them at work is every biochemist’s dream. This would enable the scientists to research in detail and better understand the workings of the nanomachines of life, such as ribosomes and DNA polymerases. Researchers at the Max Planck Institute ...

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New NanoMarkets Report States That Printed and Organic Sensor Market to Reach $2.3 Billion

13-Sep-2007

The market for printed and organic sensors will reach $2.3 billion by 2015, according to a new study from NanoMarkets LC, an industry analyst firm based here. The report is the next in the firm's ongoing coverage of thin film, organic and printed electronics. NanoMarkets believes that sensors ...

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Scientists harness the power of pee

Singapore researchers create first battery powered by urine

18-Aug-2005

Physicists in Singapore have succeeded in creating the first paper battery that generates electricity from urine. This new battery will be the perfect power source for cheap, disposable healthcare test-kits for diseases such as diabetes. This research is published in the Institute of Physics' ...

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MWG Biotech: Statement on the Chip Patent Situation

01-Dec-2000

Affymetrix holds over 140 important patents for expression profiling, mutation analysis, genotyping and SNP analysis. Any company who wants to enter this market, be it for basic research, for the development of new medications, or for disease diagnostics, needs to acquire a licence from ...

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