RFID aids in cold data logging; Indian swine flu vax race heats up;

> RFID joins low-power sensing in a development kit for cold-chain data logging. Release

> The swine flu vaccine-making race is heating up in India, as Panacea Biotec signs an advance market agreement with the government for Pandyflu and Cadila Healthcare files for Phase II and III trials of its H1N1 prophylactic. Item | Article

> ImmunoCellular Therapeutics has recieved a U.S. Patent and Trademark Office notice of allowance for monoclonal antibody ICT-69, a dendritic cell-based vaccine for multiple myeloma and ovarian cancers. Announcement

> Harbin Pharmaceuticals has selected RedPrairie's warehouse management solution to support a 30,000-square-meter distribution center in China. Release

> The WHO has given its OK to Quality Chemicals' antiretroviral drug plant in Kampala, Uganda. Article

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