Medical device titan Boston Scientific Corp. has pulled together two deals worth $3 billion combined in loans and credit to replace its existing $1.75 billion revolving credit facility and pay some upcoming notes.
Besides losing weight, receiving cortisone shots, taking pain pills, or getting a total knee replacement, few options exist for patients living with moderate to severe osteoarthritis.
(Wiley-Blackwell) A new study of 1,960 white Americans and 368 black Americans with objectively diagnosed venous thromboembolism showed that, compared to whites, blacks had a significantly higher proportion with pulmonary embolism, including idiopathic PE among black women, and a...
It's hard to talk to someone who knows MIT inventor, scientist, professor, humanitarian and entrepreneur Bob Langer without bumping into superlatives. Langer's resume parallels that of the biotechnology industry itself.
Biotech CEOs can learn from each other, but when Aura Biosciences founder and CEO Elisabet de los Pinos sought advice from On-Q-ity CEO Mara Aspinall, it turned out that they had plenty in common with their philosophies and goals.
DNA analysis technology firm febit Inc. has announced plans to cut its workforce by about 60 percent. The company, which has locations in Lexington and Germany, has a staff of 90 to 100, according to a febit press contact, which would mean up to 60 positions would be sliced from the workforce.
Dialysis products maker NxStage Medical Inc. said Wednesday its Medisystems division has been awarded an exclusive five-year blood tubing supply contract with Atlantic Dialysis Management Services.Terms of the contract were not disclosed.Under the deal, Atlantic Dialysis will now use...
(University of Leicester) How likely is misdiagnosis? A researcher at hte University of Leicester is evaluating the accuracy of patient diagnoses.
World Precision Instruments (WPI) is a global leader in TEER measurement, nitric oxide sensing, and other sophisticated instrumentation vital to physiological and medical research. The privately held company began operations in New Haven, Conn., in 1967 as a small manufacturer
A small number of insurers controls a big chunk of the market for Medicare Advantage health plans, according to a new Kaiser Family Foundation report.The nonprofit foundation said three or fewer companies dominate the market in every state except New York for the plans, which are privately run...
San Francisco is set to be the first US city to require mobile phone retailers to post radiation levels next to handsets they sell.
Printing on toothbrushes used to be a challenge in the product decorating field, until the engineers at Pad Print Machinery of Vermont sunk their teeth into the problem. “Toothbrush manufactures were coming to us with a dozen different styles of
Varian, Inc., a leader in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) technology, produced the first commercial NMR spectrometer more than 50 years ago. Since then, NMR has become a standard technique for chemical, biological, medical, and physical research. NMR imaging systems are recognized as significant tools for medical dia
Medical device maker Stryker Corp. said Wednesday it named Dr. Roch Doliveux to its board of directors.Doliveux has been CEO of biotechnology company UCB S.A. since 2005. His appointment expands Stryker's board to nine directors.Shares of Stryker fell 6 cents to $50.88 in midday trading.
Everlight Electronics, Epistar, and TPV Technology will establish a joint venture for LED chip packaging and LED light strip production in Fuzhou City in China's Fujian Province, according to the companies. TPV is a dominant LCD TV maker.