The Mayo Clinic and Gentag are partnering to develop next-generation, wireless, disposable patch sensors to enable researchers to track patient movements in order to better address conditions such as diabetes and obesity.
Chrono Therapeutics got a fresh infusion of cash from Rock Health to support development of its programmable monitoring system for smoking cessation.
Alkahest, a member of Johnson & Johnson's just-launched biotech incubator, signed a $50 million agreement with Spanish giant Grifols to hit the gas on its novel approach to treating neurodegeneration.
"This thing isn't over yet," warned President Barack Obama's Ebola czar Ron Klain in a recent interview. While recovering slowly West Africa is plagued by the epidemic and needs new tools in the ongoing battle against the disease.
Amgen just announced the debut of the Neulasta Delivery Kit to automatically deliver the medication for infection prevention among cancer patients about 27 hours after chemotherapy, thereby ensuring compliance with the dosing instructions.
Rare disease magnate Alexion is aligning itself with biotech Blueprint Medicines, borrowing the company's development technology to spotlight new treatments for genetic disorders.
Merck may trail the first movers in the coming onslaught of blockbuster biosimilars, but the pharma giant is heralding a crop of late-stage copycat treatments it believes can snag a share of the soon-to-boom market.
Anyone looking for some perspective on Merck KGaA's recent R&D cutbacks should check out an interview CFO Marcus Kuhnert gave to CNBC.
Johnson & Johnson has opened the doors of its new biotech incubator, bringing in its first 10 resident startups and hoping to galvanize the next generation of life sciences innovators.
Additional evidence that oxytocin increases eye contact among autistic patients adds urgency to the efforts of GlaxoSmithKline, OptiNose and other companies scrambling to develop an inhaled version of the "love hormone."