Bioscience

Joint implant material created at CSU now working in humans

FORT COLLINS -- A new, longer-lasting joint implant material developed by a Colorado State University professor in conjunction with an Indiana company has been implanted into a London patient and is... Read More

By: Steve Tuesday June 26, 2012 0 comments Tags: BioPoly LLC, CSU Ventures, Schwartz Biomedical, Susan James

Innovative head and neck cancer trial announced at CU Cancer Center

DENVER - Doctors at the University of Colorado Cancer Center announced today a new clinical trial that tests the combination of a DNA repair inhibitor, a growth factor inhibitor and intensity... Read More

By: Steve Tuesday June 12, 2012 0 comments Tags: Dr. David Raben, Olaparib

Banner Health takes lead in $100 million Alzheimer's prevention study

Banner Health takes lead in $100 million Alzheimer's prevention study

PHOENIX - Phoenix-based Banner Alzheimer's Institute (BAI) will work closely with the National Institute of Health, Genentech and the University of Antioquia in Colombia in a first-ever... Read More

By: Steve Tuesday June 12, 2012 1 comments Tags: Alzheimer's, Banner Health, Genentech

InVitria receives $1.5 million grant for cell-based vaccines

FORT COLLINS - InVitria, a division of Ventria Bioscience, announced it will receive $1.5 million over two years to develop a novel, animal-free, defined cell culture media for the commercial... Read More

By: Jay Jacoby Wednesday May 30, 2012 0 comments Tags: cell-based vaccines, InVitria, Scott Deeter, Ventria Bioscience

Inviragen's Hand, Foot & Mouth vaccine  ready for larger trial

Inviragen's Hand, Foot & Mouth vaccine ready for larger trial

More than 2 million children may be spared disease annually By Betsy Lynch InnovatioNews.com FORT COLLINS -- Hand, foot and mouth disease (HFMD) doesn't get much press in Colorado. Yet... Read More

By: Betsy Lynch Wednesday May 30, 2012 0 comments Tags: Dr. Dan Stinchcomb, Dr. Tambyah, HFMD, Inviragen, Science