Tech & Pharma
Researchers in Australia are using 3D printing to build a new generation of hi-tech fish tags to track big fish.
Chinese scientists have developed and tested a prototype electronic notebook that can be used to convert Braille into Chinese characters automatically.
Singapore’s health regulatory agency is implementing a new drug development regulatory model to accelerate the translation of drugs into the clinic.
China and India are catching up to the world leaders in innovation and should no longer be labeled as ‘imitation nations,’ according to a study.
Actis has made a significant minority investment in Nanjing Micro-Tech, the leading producer of non-vascular stents and disposable biopsy forceps in China.
U.S.-based Stryker Corporation made an offer for Chinese orthopedic manufacturer Trauson Holdings Company Limited.
An Indian designer is developing a smartphone with tactile text that can be used by blind or visually impaired people.
Vietnam’s VABIOTECH has acquired rights to Inviragen’s proprietary Japanese encephalitis technology to produce a cell-derived vaccine.
Chinese companies are using innovative business models to deliver renewable energy technology, writes Eric Knight.
The L’Oréal Group has opened an Advanced Research Center at Singapore’s Biopolis research complex.