The new Center for Innovation will be a place for scientists and customers to share and collaborate on life sciences projects. An R&D team will be housed there and will focus on developing innovations related to biotherapeutics, genomic analysis, and biomarker research. In the release, Jim Corbett, senior vice president, diagnostics and life sciences and technology notes, “At the center, researchers will have greater access to training and demos on how these disruptive technologies can enable the advancement of human health.”
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New Generation Nanogold and Nanosilver Polymer Composites and Their Applications
Zone of inhibition for Staphylococcus aureus bacteria (clear area) around a nanosilver-polyurethane bead (removed) that was positioned on the surface of an inoculated agar plate, as shown by the arrows.
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