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Market Discontinuities—Ice in Hot Water

Recently I've had the chance to hear a thought-provoking lecture by Paul Yock, Professor of Medicine and Director of Biodesign at Stanford University, at the 10th anniversary of the founding of the Bio2Device Group. Dr. Yock spoke about the global evolution of medical device innovation, focusing in particular on the example…

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If You Can Make Your Car Tires Screech, You Can Build a Laser

While this is not exactly the typical required experience you find in high-tech job descriptions, the point is that to learn how to make tires screech, you’ve already had to master a delicate balance between energy storage and energy dissipation. And that’s the key principle on which a special kind*…

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Kinetic River Corp. Launches Danube Fluorescence Lifetime Flow Cytometer

Time-resolved flow cytometry enables cell biologists to study proteins and cellular microenvironment San Francisco, Calif., USA, February 3, 2013 – Kinetic River Corp., a leader in flow cytometry instrumentation design and product development, officially launched the Danube today at Photonics West’s BiOS Expo in San Francisco, Calif. Under development since early 2012, the Danube goes…

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Time to Get on the Personalized Medicine Bandwagon—Or Is It?

Personalized medicine seems all the buzz these days. People talk about things like whole-genome analysis to determine individual propensity towards specific disease states, or the development of drugs tailored to be maximally effective, and minimally side-effective, for certain narrowly defined patient sub-populations. Major scientific advances along these and other lines…

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