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Biotech / Medical
2024 Biotech Charity Contest
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100“Mind the Gap” Short version: Long version: youtube.comtechnetium-yesterday
99"Volatile Stock"? I just moved up for a cup of Coffee, be back down inAloner-yesterday
98A MUCH better report than for the last few weeks. In fact it made up for a lot technetium-yesterday
97The stock is up another 85% today, on top of yesterday's 248%. Yes, there haAloner1last Thursday
96I agree- both about the jump and the disease. The jump is for just 3 months moreA.J. Mullen1last Thursday
95Big surprise! My SNGX had a big jump yesterday, & is now more than 3X its 7/BulbaMan1last Wednesday
94That’s a big jump, but glioblastoma is a very nasty and aggressive disease.technetium-last Wednesday
93Nothing super exciting that I can see, though you can go through the yahoo news.technetium1last Wednesday
92Another Aussie stock pop, KZIA, closing up 248% today on positive Phase II trialAloner-last Wednesday
91Aussie’s have a good week? Bulbaman likes them. At this point just a smidge technetium-June 28
90 Report Time Ranges From To Recent technetium1June 25
89Report summary: Report Time Ranges From To technetium-June 17
88Bare bones report: CNSP had a 50:1 reverse split, which is rather dire. finatechnetium2June 8
87Hey folks. Though I enjoy doing these weekly reports, there is no question thattechnetium1June 3
86Pleased to learn that. I enjoy your comments and appreciate they take considerabA.J. Mullen-May 28
85Yes, Oxford Nano produces the Minion. It's very useful to get the impressionA.J. Mullen-May 28
84Okay, so maybe I won’t quit but might cut back on the commentary to every other technetium1May 28
83This week ithe contest performance is “pong” in opposition to last week’s “pingtechnetium1May 28
82Thanks so much for all of your efforts to keep this going until now. Your analysErikOtto4May 28
81I think it is Oxford Nanopore that has the MinION machine. I have bunches of funSteve Lokness-May 27
80Sorry you’re leaving, Gwen. You’ve done a great job! I actually didn’t start thBulbaMan-May 26
79Heads up: I don’t want to volunteer to do this any more. You’ve been a great autechnetium-May 25
78What made Illumina was the purchase of Solexa - a British company that realized A.J. Mullen1May 23
77I recently watched a short webinar from ILMN Illumina, featuring how far they hatechnetium-May 23
76Thanks. They also announced a collaboration with Genome England, which aims to pA.J. Mullen-May 22
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