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GN Corporation granted Indian patent for novel corneal cell transplantation using nano-composite gel sheet
Published: 26 Nov 2019 | 11:09 UTC

A novel cell transplantation method to treat corneal endothelial diseases such as bullous keratopathy using a nano-composite gel sheet developed by Japanese scientists was granted Indian patent to GN Corporation (GNC), Japan.

Tech M&A: The View from Moscow and Silicon Valley
Published: 21 Nov 2019 | 0:00 UTC

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Tech M&A: The View from Silicon Valley and London
Published: 19 Nov 2019 | 0:00 UTC

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AI and Drug Development: IP and data protection challenges
Published: 19 Nov 2019 | 0:00 UTC

Artificial intelligence (AI) is not new to the life sciences industry but its use in drug development is rapidly growing, as life sciences companies increasingly recognize the benefits of...

Hogan Lovells secures win for Olaplex against L’Oréal in patent infringement case
Published: 18 Nov 2019 | 0:00 UTC

LONDON, 18 November 2019 – Hogan Lovells today won a court victory for its client Olaplex, an innovative Californian start-up, in a patent infringement case against...

Global Media, Technology and Communications Quarterly - Autumn 2019
Published: 18 Nov 2019 | 0:00 UTC

The Technology, Media and Telecommunications team at Hogan Lovells introduce the Autumn edition of the Global Media, Technology and Communications Quarterly.

Inhaled immunosuppressant could improve prognosis of lung transplant patients
Published: 14 Nov 2019 | 0:38 UTC

University of Maryland School of Medicine researchers found that lung transplant recipients who had early signs of organ rejection could increase their chances of survival by using an inhaled form of the immunosuppression drug cyclosporine.

CCNY researchers receive two U.S. patents for brain cancer-detecting innovation
Published: 6 Nov 2019 | 23:53 UTC

Raising hopes of rapid and more specific brain cancer diagnoses, a new "Resonance Raman" technique developed by world-renowned physicist Robert R. Alfano and his IUSL research group at The City College of New York is the recipient of two U.S. patents.

UK aims to lead with cutting-edge radiation therapy
Published: 4 Nov 2019 | 22:08 UTC

The UK is all set to launch its run into the future as the undisputed leader in the field of personalized and effective radiation therapy. The proposal is undergirded by a whopping £56 million, which will be used to set up and fund advanced radiation therapy research by a new collaborative setup, Cancer Research UK RadNet, over five years. This is the largest sum ever invested by this organization into radiotherapy research.

Hope for an artificial hand with new simulation
Published: 27 Sep 2019 | 13:45 UTC

A study has revealed a simulation that incorporates the hand's skin, muscles, bones, tendons and joints, which will be valuable for the development of biologically-inspired robotic hands.

New technology to improve dental implant bridges receives US patent
Published: 20 Sep 2019 | 11:37 UTC

New technology to improve dental implant bridges invented by Dr. Avinash Bidra, associate professor at the UConn School of Dental Medicine, recently received a patent from the United States Patent and Trademark Office.



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