Speakers at The Health Cell’s State of the Industry event share some San Antonio successes in health care and bioscience.
A plan to create jobs, foster startups, and attract investment in San Antonio’s health care and bioscience industry will start with a focus on two key diseases – Type 2 diabetes and infectious diseases – prevalent in San Antonio.
San Antonio-based MR3 Health has developed a foot sensor to help patients monitor the health of their feet daily to prevent foot ulcers.
San Antonio’s Texas Biomedical Research Institute announced Monday it will design and construct a new biosafety laboratory level 4 or BSL-4 lab.
Two local doctoral students are capitalizing on recent victories in 11 pitch competitions to build bioscience startup NovoThelium.
Structural encoding technology permanently marks medical devices with product information to allow parts-tracking through the device’s full life cycle.
Hacker-turned-neuroscientist Moran Cerf’s lecture “Dreams: The Brain’s Movie Theater” will take place at 6:30 p.m. on May 2 at the Pearl Stable.
Philanthropists Joe and Teresa Lozano Long, longtime supporters of the University of Texas System, have donated $25 million to UT Health San Antonio.
The San Antonio Medical Foundation (SAMF) unveiled the new San Antonio Bioscience Research Database Tuesday morning, the first website of its kind in the nation.
Scientists spend long years in postgraduate education and labs, so they can conduct research in their specialized area.