Innovation

Innovation

Take 5: Today’s Innovations to Bring Products of Future to Life

Many ambitious products such as ingestible robots, biological computers, edible electronics, and even anti-aging drugs are in the works. The R&D of these futuristic products, however, does require access to today’s latest innovations. Science Exchange makes accessibility to innovations a non-issue.  We zealously scout for innovative technologies and make them available instantly through the Science Exchange Marketplace.

Get a sneak peek of the five innovations from our recent marketplace additions that are worth your attention. Sit back and Take 5! If something grabs your interest, click on the provided link to learn more about each service.

nanomaterial

Custom Nanomaterial Development

NanoComposix develops precisely engineered and highly characterized nanoparticles with tailored optical and physical properties for a wide range of applications including medical devices, nanoparticle drug delivery, optical sensors, and consumer products.

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Synthetic Promoter Design

Synpromics produces custom-designed synthetic promoters, which are DNA sequences that do not exist in nature. Synthetic promoters can be optimized to drive gene expression at a desired level and specificity.

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histapathology

AI-Based Histopathology

Reveal Biosciences combines the latest artificial intelligence (AI) techniques with high-quality histology, immunohistochemistry (IHC), and in situ hybridization (ISH) to generate enhanced data from tissue samples.

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Pyrolysis GC-MS (PyGCMS)

PyGCMS, offered by Moore Analytical, offers comprehensive services for analyzing complex R&D samples and finished products. Unlike GC-MS, LC-MS, and other traditional analytical methods, PyGCMS is specially designed for the characterization of non-volatile materials, including polymers and environmental samples.

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Moore-Analytical

OrganDOT™ Platform

The OrganDOT platform, developed by BioIVT (formerly BioreclamationIVT), can be used to recapitulate tissue architecture and functionality. Established models created using this platform include pancreatic islets and lung airway epithelium. LEARN MORE

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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Gursatya "Guru" Singh

Director of Scientific Content & Marketing

Gursatya Singh, also known as "Guru", manages the development and execution of strategic marketing initiatives to improve platform providers’ visibility and user experience. He is a true guru when it comes to helping providers better advertise their research services and providing buyers with easy access to recently commercialized external innovations. Whether working as a lab researcher, publishing scientific papers, or helping start life science startups, Guru believes in making the scientific world more collaborative and connected. Guru holds a master’s degree in biotechnology from the University of Delaware. Follow him on Twitter @Gursatya.

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