Coronavirus Effect Seen In Cancer Research and Trial Delays

Coronavirus Effect Seen In Cancer Research and Trial Delays

By Anna Domanska - Dec 01, 2020

Learn about various COVID-19 vaccine updates along with the latest coronavirus news here at the nation’s fastest-growing business magazine, Industry Leaders.

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Stanford researchers develop a new ultrafast insulin

Stanford researchers develop a new ultrafast insulin

By Anna Domanska - Jul 03, 2020

Researchers at Stanford University are working on a fast-acting ultrafast insulin formulation that acts four-times faster than the present formulations available in the market. The

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Anti-solar panel could generate electricity at night, researchers say

Anti-solar panel could generate electricity at night, researchers say

By Anna Domanska - Mar 16, 2020

Solar panels don’t work at night or on cloudy days. But a researcher at the University of California is designing prototype anti-solar panels that could generate electricity in t

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Researchers Reverse HIV Dormancy, Paving Way for Better Treatment of Disease

Researchers Reverse HIV Dormancy, Paving Way for Better Treatment of Disease

By Anna Domanska - Jan 27, 2020

A full cure for Human immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) has been hindered by the inability of scientists to contain latency of the disease in hidden cells of the body. A team of researc

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Bill Gates pledges $12 Billion to fund research for Universal flu vaccine

Bill Gates pledges $12 Billion to fund research for Universal flu vaccine

By Anna Domanska - Apr 30, 2018

Bill Gates is leading a push to develop a universal flu vaccine with a pledge of $12 million, the Verge reports. The Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist announced Friday that t

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MIT Researchers launch Power Converter to reduce Energy Consumption

MIT Researchers launch Power Converter to reduce Energy Consumption

By Carrie Ann - Feb 22, 2017

In order to curb various problems related to the shortage in the supply of electricity, inventors had come up with the inverter. Usually, an inverter provides a steady flow of elec

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Brexit Analysis: British Research and Innovation Sector Braces for Negative and Substantial Effects

Brexit Analysis: British Research and Innovation Sector Braces for Negative and Substantial Effects

By Anna Domanska - Jun 26, 2016

The decision by Britain to leave the EU and the single market has put the UK’s thriving industries and jobs at risk. Brexit, in particular, has caused a tremendous loss of wealth

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Toyota Announces $50 Million Investment at Stanford and MIT for Car-Tech Research

Toyota Announces $50 Million Investment at Stanford and MIT for Car-Tech Research

By Anna Domanska - Sep 07, 2015

In an ambitious new collaboration, Japanese auto giant Toyota is investing $50 million with Stanford University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the research and de

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Robot Researchers Develop a 3D-Printed Seahorse Model

Robot Researchers Develop a 3D-Printed Seahorse Model

By Christy Gren - Jul 06, 2015

With the invention of 3D printer, almost everything including food, organ, and now it is animals that are printed in 3-D form. Recently, a new study, robot researcher invented a 3D

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