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FDA Approves Qalsody™ for Treatment of ALS

Written by: Douglas W. Crandell, Ph.D. & Robert J. Hilton, Ph.D. On April 25th, 2023, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved QalsodyTM (tofersen) for the...

Brain Computer Interface Developer Announces $33M Series A, Granted FDA “Breakthrough” Designation

Written by:Tom Cowan Brain computer interface developer Paradromics on May 18, 2023, announced a $33 million Series A funding round as well as a...

If a Case Was Baseless, It Would Have Ended Sooner

Written by: Matthew Pham & Daniel P. Hughes OneSubsea IP UK Limited v. FMC Technologies, Inc. Before Clevenger, Moore, and Dyk.  Appeal from the United States District...

Low-Bar for Corroboration

Written by: Matthew Friedrichs & Daniel P. Hughes MEDTRONIC, INC. v. TELEFLEX INNOVATIONS S.A.R.L. Before Moore, Lourie, and Dyk. Appeal from the Patent Trial and Appeal...

Trademark Monitoring and Enforcement in the Digital Era: Tools and Techniques

In today's digital landscape, protecting your trademarks has become more challenging than ever before. With the rise of e-commerce platforms, social media, and online marketplaces, ...

Feed tagged as "stem cell research":
Our brains go through many changes as we grow, learn and experience new situations. Many of these changes are obvious, including maturing as we get older as a result... Read More »
Ann ConkleThis research is so exciting. After many decades of SCI being considered irreversible, it's very gratifying to see research in this area paying off.
Jun 18, 2012
A new study gives insight into how how stem cells differentiate. New findings show that embryonic stem cells must be fully able to compact the chromatin inside of... Read More »
Scientists at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and Ulm University of Medicine in Germany have rejuvenated aged hematopoietic stem cells, making it possible for... Read More »
Researchers from University of California, Davis demonstrated the safety and efficacy of transplanting anti-HIV stem cells into mouse models in a new study. The... Read More »
Scientists at the Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (IBN) have successfully demonstrated the ability of neural stem cells to target tumor cells outside... Read More »
Columbia University Medical Center researchers have identified a molecular pathway responsible for the retention and release of the brain’s stem cells. This... Read More »
Scientists at Lund University in Sweden have discovered a new type of stem cell in the adult brain. These cells have the ability to proliferate and turn into several... Read More »
A team of researchers from the Tokyo University of Science, Showa University School of Dentistry and Kitasato University School of Medicine in Japan has applied organ ... Read More »
A research team from UCLA has demonstrated that stem cells that were genetically engineered into HIV-fighting cells can attack HIV cells in living organisms... Read More »
Researchers are evaluating the effectiveness of using stem cells derived from a patient’s own pelvic bone marrow to help improve heart muscle function after a... Read More »
Scientists from the Bonn Institute of Reconstructive Neurobiology at the University of Bonn have directly converted human skin and umbilical cord cells into nerve... Read More »
Researchers at the University of Toronto have developed a new technique for growing stem cells that would make large-scale stem cell manufacturing possible. Stem... Read More »
A research team from Kansas State University, led by professor Mark Weiss, has perfected a technique that uses stem cells to study targeted genetic modifications... Read More »
A research team at Tufts University has identified epigenetic signatures of reprogrammed cells. These signatures are markers on DNA that can can control changes in... Read More »
Scientists in Japan have discovered that hydrogen sulphide (H2S), the odorous compound that causes halitosis, or bad breath, increases the ability of adult stem cells ... Read More »
Every year in the United States alone, 785,000 people will have a first heart attack and 470,000 more will suffer a repeat heart attack, according to the Centers for... Read More »
Shiva SinghGood to know we have healing within us.
Feb 16, 2012
Aurora SterlingHeart disease is one of the most common causes of death. Hopefully, research like this will one day change that stat.
Feb 15, 2012
Recently, scientists were able to grow a pituitary gland using embryonic stem cells. The pituitary gland is sort of the “brain” of the endocrine system... Read More »