Bioscience

CU-Boulder discoveries hold promise for Hepatitis B virus infection treatment

BOULDER - A University of Colorado Boulder-led team has discovered two prime targets of Hepatitis B virus (HBV) in liver cells, findings that could lead to treatment of liver disease in some of the... Read More

By: Steve Tuesday October 23, 2012 0 comments Tags: Boulder, Ding Xue, Hepatitis B

CID4 helps life science companies find investment, move products toward commercialization

CID4 helps life science companies find investment, move products toward commercialization

By Steve Porter InnovatioNews.com AURORA - Three years into its creation, the Colorado Institute for Drug, Device and Diagnostic Development (CID4) is doing exactly what it set out to... Read More

By: Steve Monday October 22, 2012 0 comments Tags: Aurora, CID4, Denise Brown, Jim Kasic, Kevin Smith, KromaTid, PeptiVir, Peter Adams, Richard Duke, Rockies Venture Club, Sophono, VetDC

Lanx announces improved patient outcomes with ASPEN MIS Fusion System

Lanx announces improved patient outcomes with ASPEN MIS Fusion System

BROOMFIELD - Lanx Inc. announced new clinical data shows lumbar fusion with its ASPEN MIS Fusion System may lead to improved patient outcomes and lower hospital costs compared to lumbar fusion... Read More

By: Steve Friday October 19, 2012 0 comments Tags: Broomfield, Dan Gladney, Lanx, lumbar fusion, pedicle screws, Robert Tatsumi

McKee gynecologic surgeon marks 500th robotic surgery

McKee gynecologic surgeon marks 500th robotic surgery

LOVELAND - McKee Medical Center gynecologist and surgeon John Crane, M.D., recently performed his 500 th robotic surgery, Banner Health announced. Dr. Crane, a gynecologist with Banner... Read More

By: Steve Tuesday August 21, 2012 0 comments Tags: Banner Health, Dr. John Crane, Intuitive Surgical, McKee Medical Center, robotics

Industry data shows Colorado's bioscience sector outpaced national growth since 2001

DENVER - Colorado now ranks in the second tier of five tiers of bioscience states and is one of only three states that grew more than 1,000 new jobs in its medical device sector, according to data... Read More

By: Steve Monday July 2, 2012 0 comments Tags: Battelle/BIO

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