Monthly Archives: July 2014
NIH Agrees to $1.4 million in Funding for 23andMe.
Less than a year since the US Food and Drug Administration ordered 23andMe, the leading personalized genetic testing company to cease and desist in DNA testing without the proper medical protocols, the National Institute of Health (“NIH”) has awarded the company a $1,367,504 for a two-year project to support the further development of 23andMe’s web-based […]
AstraZeneca To Add Headquarters and A World Class Research Building to the Cambridge BioMedical Campus
I am pleased to see a new and higher level of sustainability and “living wellness” has been incorporated into the proposed structure
Interesting concept but who will pay for the service? Healthcare will at some point move away from emergency care to wellness.
I agree with the author’s point about Silicon Valley cost structure opens up an opportunity for other cities. In order to win at this game, you need a highly educated workforce, available pool of angel investors and management that can assist in the launch. I am impressed with Denver and their focus on developing a […]
US Senator Tom Harkin (D – Iowa) plans to introduce the Accelerating Biomedical Research Act to restore lost NIH funding
New York: According to Genomeweb Daily News, US Senator Tom Harkin (D – Iowa) plans to introduce new legislation later this month called the Accelerating Biomedical Research Act in an effort to let NIH restore some of the funding it has lost in recent years due to flat budgets and sequestration, Jennifer Zeitzer, director of […]
Seth describes a world where the “car” is no longer the king. We already have the science to make all of this possible. We have witnessed major traffic jams in large cities that took several days to unsnarl and start flowing again. I recommend you read and think for a few minutes about just how […]