November 19th, 2009
GenomeWeb: In an open letter appearing on the companies' web sites, Navigenics and 23andMe addressed criticisms leveled at direct-to-consumer test results in an opinion paper in Nature last month.
November 18th, 2009,
Greentech Media: Plastic is the new black.
New Genomic Test for Coronary Artery Disease Now Available at The Heart & Vascular Center of Arizona
November 17th, 2009
PR Newswire: The Heart & Vascular Center of Arizona today announced the availability of Corus(TM) CAD, the first and only gene expression test to quantify the likelihood of obstructive(i) coronary artery disease (CAD) in patients with stable chest pain.
November 17th, 2009,
GenomeWeb: While several competing sequencing platforms are focusing on large numbers of reads and low cost per base, PacBio is initially emphasizing the comparatively long read lengths, short run time, low cost per experiment, and different applications that its single-molecule analysis system will provide.
November 16th, 2009,
Reuters: Sabrix, based in San Ramon, California, makes software that helps companies process sales and use taxes, as well as value-added taxes (VAT) and other kinds of transaction taxes, in 170 countries.
November 10th, 2009
PaidContent.org: Virtual goods and micro-transactions have been driving the billion-dollar online games industry across Asia for years.
November 9th, 2009
GenomeWeb: The firm plans to use the funds to expand sales strategies for its type 2 diabetes test.
November 9th, 2009,
Green Muze: Does it take a Formula 1 designer to create an efficient electric car? Apparently it does.
November 5th, 2009,
BBC: An electric car created by the McLaren F1 'supercar' road car designer Gordon Murray has been unveiled.
November 5th, 2009,
Reuters: Gordon Murray Design and Zytek Automotive today announced an all-electric 3-seater city car, made possible through a 4.5m pounds Sterling (US $7.48M) investment from the UK-backed Technology Strategy Board.