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Bayer: All subgroups contribute to record sales and earnings

Strong business momentum continues and portfolio transformation underway

27-Feb-2015

Bayer had a very successful year in 2014, both operationally and strategically. The company set new records for sales and for EBITDA before special items. “Contributing to this in particular was the continuing growth momentum in our Life Science businesses, and especially the pleasing development ...

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Technology Partnership between Berthold Technologies & Biametrics

27-Feb-2015

Berthold Technologies has recently established a co-operation with its new technology partner Biametrics GmbH. A spin-off of Tübingen University, Biametrics develops novel solutions for label-free analysis of bio-interactions. The 1λ-Reflectometric Interference Detection (1λ-RIDe) is the missing ...

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The Gene Center at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München and ExpreS2ion Biotechnologies Enter a Licensing Agreement

25-Feb-2015

ExpreS2ion Biotechnologies announced the signature of a research license agreement to provide the Gene Center at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München with access to its Drosophila Schneider-2 cell-based technology platform - ExpreS2 - for recombinant protein production. The stable, non-lytic ...

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An assembly line for medications

Efavirenz can now be produced more cost efficiently and sustainable utilizing continuous flow chemistry.

25-Feb-2015

Researchers at the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces (MPICI) and the Freie Universität Berlin have succeeded in developing better methods of producing APIs (active pharmaceutical ingredients). As a result, Efavirenz, one of the preferred agents for treating HIV in combination ...

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From the scent of geranium to cough medicine

A simple catalyst helps to construct complex biological scaffolds

24-Feb-2015

Terpenes and their derivatives exert important biological and pharmaceutical functions. Starting out from a few basic building blocks nature elegantly builds up complex structures. Chemically particularly challenging are bridged ring systems such as eucalyptol. Chemists at the Technische ...

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Olivier Brandicourt to leave Bayer HealthCare

23-Feb-2015

Effective March 31, 2015, Olivier Brandicourt (59), Chairman of the Board of Management of Bayer HealthCare AG and member of the Executive Council of Bayer AG, will leave the company to become new CEO of Sanofi as of April 2, 2015. On the same date, Werner Baumann (52), member of the Board of ...

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Cell Medica begins commercial production at newly licensed cell therapy manufacturing facility in Germany

20-Feb-2015

Cell Medica announced the start of commercial cell therapy manufacturing at its facility at the Max-Delbrück-Center of Molecular Medicine in Berlin-Buch (Germany). The first product has been successfully manufactured and delivered for use in the patient.Manufacturing at this site will initially ...

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Siegfried: Revocation of FDA warning letter

Siegfried announces comprehensive solution for the Hameln facility's regulatory issues

18-Feb-2015

The sterile filling production facility in Hameln acquired by Siegfried in November 2014 as per public knowledge had previously been issued a warning letter by the FDA. End of last week the FDA revoked the warning letter and declared Hameln’s production to be in accordance with all regulatory ...

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3D-architectured hydrogels guide regeneration of critically sized bone defects

17-Feb-2015

Inducing and controlling the regeneration of tissues by implantation of biomaterials is a preeminent goal of Regenerative Medicine. Critical size bone defects are an example for an often occurring clinical challenge. Scientists of the German Institute of Biomaterial Science together with ...

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Taking high-speed snapshots of living cells with an X-ray laser

X-ray imaging method captures living cells with unprecedented speed and resolution

17-Feb-2015

An international team led by Uppsala University and including scientists from DESY and the European XFEL has for the first time successfully imaged whole living bacterial cells with an X-ray laser. The method used in this experiment can produce results that are of higher spatial and temporal ...

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