Life Sciences

Ultrasound Technology for 5 Types of Medical Conditions

Aside from destroying the social fabric of our society, Facebook has enabled a whole generation of parents to post endless photos of their little rug rats doing all sorts of nauseatingly cute things. New parents are probably the worst, celebrating the life of their child every few weeks, as if we still lived in the […]

ArcherDX Promises Precision Oncology For All

Trying to monitor what’s happening in the disruptive technology space is a difficult task, especially in the broad area of life sciences. We try to keep tabs on any IPO which dabbles in any of the 60 disruptive technology themes we research here at Nanalyze. Usually, we’ll have come across a company prior to their […]

Mesoblast Stock Soars on Promise of Cellular Medicine

Longevity is potentially a trillion-dollar industry – until it isn’t, because we can’t keep the vulnerable safe from the latest pandemic. The Woohoo Flu has us distracted from the longevity thesis for a bit as the medical community scrambles to deal with something we can’t control. A lack of information and a fractured population means […]

The Only Telehealth Stock for Telemedicine Investors

Telemedicine and telehealth, two words that have suddenly become extremely popular with the investment community. In order to be successful investors, we need to distinguish between fads and disruptive innovation. When environments change to favor a particular type of technology, we need to figure out if those headwinds are temporary. A few years back, we […]

The Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Thesis

If you were only allowed to invest your money in one stock, you wouldn’t be criticized by many for choosing Johnson & Johnson (JNJ). No matter what happens, we’ll always need healthcare products and services. The company’s revenues are diversified by geography and business line, providing the sort of consistency that’s led them to 36 […]

A Blood Test That Uses Next-Generation Sequencing

If you arrived at this story wondering if someone had found a new way to detect the coronavirus, we’re sorry to disappoint you. This article has no direct connection to the pandemic that is emptying your 401K and threatening the lives of your grandparents, except that we will be talking about viruses, bacteria, and other […]

Moderna and the Coronavirus Vaccine Thesis

It’s on the cover of every magazine, on the headline of every newspaper. People can’t stop talking about it, and frankly, we’re getting sick and tired of hearing about it. That’s right, we’re talking, of course, about The Bachelor’s wild finale yesterday, where Peter’s love triangle turned into a messy happily ever after. Absolutely riveting stuff, but […]

Managing Longevity Risks and Opportunities

Shelly Kagan is Clark Professor of Philosophy at Yale, and he teaches a great class about death – PHIL 176: Death. You don’t need to have high SAT scores in order to attend this class, nor do you need to reside in Connecticut. Using the power of the Internet, anyone on this planet can attend his […]

Bacteriophages: A Solution to Antibiotic Resistance

“The Post-Antibiotic Era Is Here. Now What?” was the title of an article by Wired a few years back which talked about how more and more people are getting knocked off by antibiotic-resistant bacteria. In other words, we’ve now entered a “post antibiotic era.” In an article last year titled Can We Kill Antibiotic-Resistant Superbugs?, we […]

5 Examples of Global Innovation in Life Sciences

According to Deloitte, some of the key drivers for life sciences in 2020 will be data-driven approaches that employ machine learning and AI, the use of sensors and wearables for telemedicine and predictive medicine, and precision medicine supported by new cell and gene therapies. For years, we’ve been reading about these superb innovations and what […]