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  • This BCC Research report assesses the impact of technical, economic, legal/regulatory, business and other developments on the global market for telemedicine technologies and services. Market forecasts are presented for the period 2016 to 2021.

    Healthcare - May 2016
  • This BCC Research report examines market opportunities for the microelectronic medical implant industry and the more advanced products that are rapidly coming into being.Includes forecasts through 2021.

    Healthcare - May 2016
  • This BCC Research report provides a comprehensive discussion of sequencing technologies, market applications, industry structure, important clinical sequencing initiatives, global markets, and companies. Sales forecasts are provided from 2015 through 2020.

    Biotechnology - May 2016
  • This BCC Research report provides implications of stem cell research and commercial trends in the context of the current size and growth of the pharmaceutical market, both in global terms and important national markets. Sales forecasts are provided from 2016 through 2021.

    Biotechnology - May 2016
  • This BCC Research report provides an up-to-date analysis of recent developments and current trends in the global market for thin film technologies in energy applications. Forecasts provided through 2021.

    Energy And Resources - May 2016
  • This BCC Research report provides an up–to–date analysis of recent developments and current trends in the global market for probiotics. It quantifies the projected impact of both internal and external forces that are affecting the global market for probiotics from 2015 through 2020.

    Food And Beverage - May 2016
  • This BCC Research report provides an analysis of the hyperspectral imaging market. It includes factors currently driving and restraining growth in this market as well as factors that will have an impact on the industry’s future. Includes forecast through 2020.

    Instrumentation And Sensors - May 2016

  • First ‘Reversible’ Clean Energy Fuel Cell Storage System Tested by Navy Boeing has announced that after 16 months of development, it has delivered a fuel cell energy storage system to the U.S. Navy for testing. The cell will be tested to determine its ability to support the energy needs of military and commercial customers.
  • Using DNA to Investigate Cleaner Energy Sources The key to unlocking cleaner energy might be in our DNA, according to a   new study  by Stanford scientists. By combining synthetic DNA with microscopic particles, geothermal energy researchers at the university hope to tap into the widely available but often overlooked cleaner energy source all over the world.
  • Kicking Off FLAME 2016 27: The number of times guests have been welcomed to the Conference on Recent Advances in Flame Retardancy of Polymeric Materials.
  • Targeted Drug Delivery Enabling Unprecedented Therapeutic Options Advanced drug delivery technologies have become the Holy Grail in the treatment of several diseases and in unlocking the value of the pharma industry’s existing compounds, as well as in exploring the potential of several new compounds.
  • Scientists Create Metal Foam that Turns Bullets into Dust on Impact A new composite metal foam (CMF) has the potential to offer unprecedented protection from bullets or other projectiles. Developed by researchers with North Carolina State and the U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Center, this armor can dissolve a bullet into dust upon impact.
  • Graphene Nanoflake-based Film Cools Electronics In recent years, there has been tremendous growth, both technologically and in terms of demand, in electronic devices and systems. The technological progress has come on two main fronts: increased functionality on a single device unit and miniaturization of each unit. Both of these developments have increased the need for thermal management technologies.
  • Drug Repurposing May Be A Viable Strategy for Alzheimer's Disease The rapidly increasing incidence of Alzheimer’s disease (AD), improving diagnostic technologies, and the prospect of new therapies are driving the global AD market. BCC Research reports that the need for effective treatments has become even more urgent, especially given the failures of several prominent disease-modifying agents in late-stage development. AD is a progressive, neurodegenerative disorder that primarily affects people older than 65 years. Characteristics of the disease include the gradual deterioration of brain cells, accompanied by cognitive and functional impairment. AD manifests as dementia (memory loss), impaired reasoning, repetitive movements, agitation, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and other symptoms.
  • NIST Technical Note 1906: Ground Limestone Optimizes Mixture Paste Content Earlier this year, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) published an approach to replacing not only cement powder, but also cement paste consisting of the cement and water, with appropriately sized limestone powders. The intent is to lessen the high energy and carbon dioxide footprints of cement production by reducing the cement content of concrete.
  • Look! It’s a Bird! It’s a Plane! It’s a Cloud? Early in the 20th century, as the scientific community grappled with the often confounding results of experiments that were ever so slowly laying the groundwork for quantum physics, the German physicist, Werner Heisenberg, made a profound comment about the nature of observation. “Natural science does not simply describe and explain nature,” Heisenberg said. “It is part of the interplay between nature and ourselves; it describes nature as exposed to our method of questioning.”

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