Technology Driving Molecular Spectroscopy Market Higher

The key factors driving the growth of this market include the growth of the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry and technological advancements in molecular spectroscopy are driving the growth of the global Molecular Spectroscopy Market during the forecast period. The market is expected to reach $6.85 Billion by 2022 from an estimated $4.98 Billion in 2017, at a CAGR of 6.6%.

How Protein Modulation Can Help With Drug Design

In the protein-protein interaction or PPIs process, it is necessary for the proteins participating in undergoing a type of modification. Several protein-centric pharmaceuticals evolve their therapeutic and analgesic properties and effects from specific changes.

It is essential to understand that the effects of the modifications are critical to the leading molecules’ selection and design. Most of the time, ways that evaluate and introduce the alterations of protein vary. The processes and techniques mentioned in this article show that several researchers are working on certain levels to bring out favorable results. While some of them are blending proteins with proteins’ fragments through molecular tethers, others are integrating functional and biophysical ways of approach.

US Developed New Algorithm to Analyze Coronavirus Mutations in Nearly Real Time

A new research paper has been published pertaining to the creation of an algorithm that is able to quickly identify the mutations of COVID-19. Now the effectiveness of quarantine can be tangibly tracked and evaluated. Labs that are working to develop a vaccine, and some that are in testing phases, will be evaluate their vaccines using this new technology.

VECTOR in Russia Developed Coronavirus Test To Test Almost 100 People At The Same Time

The numbers continue to increase in US and it is predicted that in many US states the peak of the coronavirus will not hit fully until May. Hence, it could mean the shut down of all non essential businesses can continue into May. In Canada, it seems the closures will last until at least June 30th. However, the situation is being accessed daily.

Russian Scientists Patented New Tech – Magnetic Pulses to Combat Cancer Cells

Russian scientists at the Korolev Samara National Research University are working on using magnetic pulses to combat cancer cells and they have developed a prototype of the compact magnetic pulse unit. The unit works by allocating a certain level of tension, the magnetic field damages the cells, causing their death.

The Russian development allows you to point-attack malignant tumor cells, protecting healthy cells from the effects of the “scalpel.” It is meant to work on cancer cells at the micro level. According to the university representatives, the goal is to open a amalgamated facility where oncologists can collaborate with engineers doing further research.

3D Printing with Living Materials – Can It Be Used in Defense?

The researchers from MIT and Harvard University were able to inject micro organisms into objects using 3D printing technology. The technology will allow the creation of smart packaging but does caution about bacterial contamination.  The study has been published: Hybrid Living Materials: Digital Design and Fabrication of 3D Multimaterial Structures with Programmable Biohybrid Surfaces.

Law, Privacy and Genome Human Rights Failure in Russia – Putin’s Fascination with Hitler’s Eugenics Project

The Human Genome Organization (HUGO) and the European Union developed genetic information privacy regulations to protect the public. A majority of experts have agreed for the need for genetic information privacy. In 2014 the HUGO Committee on Ethics, Law and Society (CELS) presented a human rights approach to an international code of conduct for genomic and clinical data sharing. The code of conduct is supposed to prevent human rights violations during the research of genomes, allowing enough protection to allow scientific research in the genome field.