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NCI has issued 4 new grant solicitations for highly innovative informatics technology development research under the Informatics Technologies for Cancer Research program. Various receipt deadlines...

The NCI has a funding opportunity for Innovative Research in Cancer Nanotechnology (IRCN). The NCI is offering new grant awards (up to $450k/yr for up to 5 years; multiple receipt dates) for...

TGen and Ceres Nanosciences announce collaboration to develop high-throughput Nanotrap enrichment methods for Mass Spectrometry (June 2014) ...

Cambridge Isotope Laboratories, Inc. introduces IMAT-supported INLIGHT™ Glycan Tagging Kit
The INLIGHT™ glycan tagging kit developed by the David Muddiman Group in...

The INLIGHT™ glycan tagging kit developed by the David Muddiman Group in collaboration with synthetic chemist Daniel Comins at the North Carolina State University with IMAT support, represents the...

The Iuvo™ platform line (available from Bellbrook Labs) are microchannel cell-based assays developed by Dr. David Beebe (with two phases of IMAT support) at the Wisconsin Institute for Medical...

Transgenomic has announced that it has licensed a high-sensitivity mutation detection technology called Cold-PCR from the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) in Boston.

This variation of...

RiboMed Biotechnologies, Inc. recently announced the receipt of a $150,000 Phase I contract from the National Cancer Institute (NCI) to develop bisulfite-free, DNA methylation based diagnostic...

Two IMAT investigators who have developed specific technologies through the program have continued to succeed in leveraging those technologies to meet scientific needs and applications within...

NIH has restructured the application instructions and forms beginning on January 2010. These guidelines apply to all IMAT Funding Opportunities for 2010. As described on ...

James Landers, a professor of chemistry and mechanical engineering and an associate professor of pathology at the University of Virginia, was recently recognized with the 2008 Innovation Award...

Two IMAT technologies were recently featured in the journal Science. A handheld, ultra-portable device that can recognize and immediately report on a wide variety of environmental or medical...

The work of Dr Shanna O Kelley, an international IMAT grantee from the University of Toronto, was recently featured in an article published in the journal, Nature Nanotechnology. The work...

IMAT Program investigators successfully secured the approval of 8 additional new patents for novel technologies in calendar year 2007 through 2008 from the United States Patent and Trademark...

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