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Two former members of Google’s skunkworks division have launched a biomanufacturing company

Biomanufacturing technologies — taking modified versions of existing organisms and bending them to the will of humans — has moved from the world of science fiction to becoming a new reality. Across the startup landscape companies are launching to make synthetic spider silk, or make leather substitutes, or meat substitutes, or novel chemicals and pharmaceuticals. ...

Healthcare by 2028 will be doctor-directed, patient-owned and powered by visual technologies

Evan Nisselson Contributor Evan Nisselson is a partner at LDV Capital. More posts by this contributor Deep learning with synthetic data will democratize the tech industry The war over artificial intelligence will be won with visual data Visual assessment is critical to healthcare – whether that is a doctor peering down your throat as you ...

Apeel partners with Nature’s Pride to bring spoilage resistant fruits and veggies to Europe

Apeel Sciences, the developer of a new technology that makes fruits and vegetables more resistant to spoilage, and Nature’s Pride, one of the largest vendors of avocados and mangos in Europe, are partnering to bring longer-lived avocados to market. Subject to regulatory approval in the EU, Nature’s Pride said it will integrate Apeel’s plant-based preservation ...

Oil and gas giants Chevron and Occidental are backing tech to combat carbon emissions

Carbon Engineering, a Canadian company developing technology to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and process it for use in enhanced oil recovery or in the creation of new synthetic fuels, has locked in financing from two big industry backers — Chevron and Occidental Petroleum — to bring its products to market. The undisclosed amount ...

As biological manufacturing moves to the mainstream, Synvitrobio rebrands and raises cash

The pace at which the scientific breakthroughs working to bend the machinery of life to the whims of manufacturing have transformed into real businesses has intensified competition in the biomanufacturing market. That’s just one reason why Synvitrobio is rebranding as it takes on $2.6 million in new financing to pursue opportunities in biopharmaceutical and biochemical manufacturing. ...

National Paints Factories Company Limited – Emirates Factories

02.23.2012 · Posted in Marketing Articles

National Paints currently owns 15 factories spread across the world, launching first in Jordan and then onto the United Arab Emirates (UAE). National Paints' Factory in Sharjah UAE is considered the largest production complex for paint products and related material in the Middle East and the Arab World. ...

How To Get A Smooth As Well As Elegant Texture Polishing

11.05.2009 · Posted in Business News Article

To get a smooth and finished texture polishing is required. Sharpening is done with a facilitate of a mineral. The material formed out of the mineral is known as Abrasives. Abrasives product is used to shine or end a product that needs to be in an exceedingly specific type in term of smoothness. ...

Mad Scientists, Ammonium Nitrate, and More

11.04.2009 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

Lets make our way past the beakers full of bubbling, fizzing solvents and crackling electrical machines to quickly and succinctly explore the various myths of the mad scientist that abound and how they affect real scientist. You know, the ones who are highly educated, motivated, normal, and perpetually surrounded by ammonium nitrate bottles. ...

The Ghosts of Frankensteins Past

11.04.2009 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

When you think of the Frankenstein movies, names like Boris Karloff, Colin Clive, Mary Shelley and James Whale come to mind. But have you ever heard of Kenneth Strickfaden? Long ignored in the annals of horror movie fame, Strickfaden is the man whose electrical designs made Frankenstein the movie that it is. He was called ...