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The facility producing fiber-based chromatography platform for more efficient biopharmaceutical purification is to be operational in 2019.
UK: Biopharmaceutical Purification

GE Healthcare to Open Biotechnology Manufacturing Center in 2019

GE Healthcare announced the opening of a biotechnology manufacturing center at the Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst (SBC) Open Innovation Campus, in Stevenage, UK. In the first half of 2019, the center will start producing a fiber-based purification platform, which has the potential to significantly improve efficiency in the purification steps of manufacturing biopharmaceuticals, gene therapies and viral vectors.

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The laser printing technique: by printing copper and gold in turn, the gold helix initially is surrounded by a copper box. Etching the copper away, results in a free standing helix of pure gold.
The Netherlands: 3D Printing

Printing Pure Gold Microparts

Thanks to a laser technique that ejects ultra-tiny droplets of metal, it is now possible to print 3D metal structures, not only simple ‘piles’ of droplets, but complex overhanging structures as well: like a helix of some microns in size, made of pure gold. Using this technique, it will be possible to print new 3D micro components for electronics or photonics.

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Fluidic Analytics has raised $ 31 million to launch two new products in lab tools pipeline and unlock biology behind major diseases.
UK: Lab Tools

Fluidic Analytics Set to Unlock Biology Behind Major Diseases

Fluidic Analytics has raised $ 31 million to continue developing its transformational products for characterising proteins and their behaviour. The proceeds of the financing will be used to continue the commercial roll-out of the company’s lab-tools pipeline and to develop further high-value clinical applications of its technology.

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Artistic impression of a collision event at the centre of a future detector following preliminary design studies.
Switzerland: Particle Physics

Cern Publishes Concept Design for Future Circular Collider

The Future Circular Collider (FCC) collaboration has submitted its Conceptual Design Report (CDR) for publication — a four-volume document that presents the different options for a large circular collider of the future. It showcases the great physics opportunities offered by machines of unprecedented energy and intensity and describes the technical challenges, cost and schedule for realisation.

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