Author: Nancy Kapila

Significant Potential of Gut Flora: Human Microbiome

Human Microbiome Therapies are Viable Alternatives to Antibiotics, with Substantial Therapeutic Potential The term microorganisms was perceived to be synonymous to harmful, disease causing agents, until the discovery of certain beneficial microbial colonies in the human system. Currently, humans and a variety of species of bacteria, yeast and protozoa, are known to co-exist in mutually

In Silico / Computer-Aided Drug Discovery Service Providers for Large Molecules

Over time, the complexities associated with drug discovery have increased, especially in case of large molecule drugs, which are inherently more complex than conventional small molecules. As a result, an increase in the overall research and development (R&D) expenditure in the pharmaceutical / biotechnology sector has been witnessed. In addition to the complexities involved, the

The Future of Manufacturing: Collaborative Robots in the Factories

The world has experienced a radical change with the advancements in technologies and systems that aid daily activities. Particularly, automation has played an important role in increasing the productivity and quality of the production process in various industries. Within the automation industry, robots have already been established; however, one of the fastest-growing segment of robotics