Tech & Pharma
Pending cases against India’s patent laws threaten public health and misinterpret international IP agreements, say two public health experts from the U.K.
Scientists at the University of Melbourne are one step closer to a simple blood test for Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease and mad cow disease.
Austrian vaccine maker Intercell AG announced this week the launch of its Japanese Encephalitis vaccine in India.
The results of the world’s first dengue vaccine efficacy study confirm the safety of Sanofi Pasteur’s dengue vaccine against 3 out of 4 dengue virus serotypes.
Singapore’s Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) has won the 2012 Asia Pacific Frost & Sullivan Award for National Innovation Development.
Researchers from Bionic Vision Australia have implanted an early prototype bionic eye, helping a woman with profound vision loss to experience flashes of vision.
Chinese biotech Sino biological Inc. and U.S. biotech Life Technologies have announced a partnership for worldwide product distribution and product development.
Researchers from A*STAR have developed a compact antenna that may support Wi-Fi speeds that are more than 200 times faster than present day rates.
Pfizer Inc. and Mylan Inc. have signed an agreement to develop, manufacture, distribute, and market generic drugs in Japan.
A team of scientists in the Philippines has discovered a rice gene that increases plant root growth and phosphorus uptake in nutrient-poor soil.