Global Good recently donated three INCUDIGIT-SV 30 biological culture incubators to the Governor’s office of Lagos State.Read More
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Global Good recently conducted a World Cancer Day 2019 webinar called Artificial Intelligence for Identifying Cervical Precancer, which explores how a new Automated Visual Evaluation (AVE) technique will potentially increase access to quality cervical cancer screening worldwide.Read More
Recent success in licensing the IV portfolio to regional banks results in increased licensing opportunities.Read More
Under this agreement, Desmarais will have visibility into IV’s patent portfolio and will work with IV executives to identify licensing and enforcement opportunities with companies currently unlicensed to IV’s portfolio.Read More
Access Bio and Global Good collaborate for five-fold improvement in pLDH marker detection for HRP2-deleted P. falciparum
New, high-impact detection kit will prove useful for both P. falciparum and P. vivax species.Read More
“With this license, we are one step closer to ending the unlicensed use of our technology by the insurance industry,” said Mathen Ganesan, executive vice president, Invention Investment Fund at Intellectual Ventures.Read More
New Prototype Screened Doors and Windows for Excluding Mosquitoes from Houses: A Pilot Study in Rural Gambia.
With partners, Global Good is redesigning the window and door to keep deadly mosquitoes out of African homes.Read More
Automated microscopy for routine malaria diagnosis: a field comparison on Giemsa-stained blood films in Peru.
Autoscope was tested in the Iquitos region of Peru in 2016 at two peripheral health facilities, with routine microscopy and PCR as reference standards. The main outcome measures include sensitivity and specificity of diagnosis of malaria from Giemsa-stained blood films, using PCR as reference.Read More
Polydisperse emulsion digital assay to enhance time to detection and extend dynamic range in bacterial cultures enabled by a statistical framework.
Microbiological culture remains the most sensitive method for detecting viable and infectious bacteria, but these methods often require at least 24 hours to visibly identify bacterial growth.Read More
Here, we review the principles underpinning lateral flow assays and the historical evolution of theory to predict their performance.Read More
Bloomberg recently dove into the science and technology behind Nathan Myhrvold’s photography and his book, The Photography of Modernist Cuisine.Read More
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Spinouts Xinova and Pivotal Commware were named to Seattle Business Magazine’s 100 Best Companies to Work For!Read More
Research scientist Corrie Ortega recently sat down with Crosscut to discuss her work at IV, her career trajectory, and passion for global health.Read More