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bi·on·o·my

(bī-on'ō-mē),
The laws of life; the science concerned with the laws regulating the vital functions.
Synonym(s): bionomics (1)
[bio- + G. nomos, law]
(1) A recent term for the merger of biologic and economic theory
(2) An older synonym for Biology, Ecology, or Physiology

bionomics

see ECOLOGY.
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will hold Bionomics' growing intellectual property interests in the United States and will provide enhanced access for Bionomics to United States government grant funding.
In this latest United States collaboration with Emory University, Bionomics, Inc.
Bionomics has commercialisation rights to any intellectual property emerging from these collaborations.
Dr Rathjen described the latest United States initiatives as a reflection of both the importance of the United States market to Bionomics and of the company's commitment to that market.
Bionomics and its collaborators, including Associate Professor Ingrid Scheffer and Professor Samuel Berkovic, the leading clinicians for the 100 patient clinical study which validated the test, will provide support to Athena in the promotion of the test to neurologists.
Athena has also expressed interest in licensing other epilepsy tests that Bionomics may develop in the future.
A key objective for Bionomics this year has been to accelerate its epilepsy diagnostic and drug discovery programs.
Bionomics is working with an extensive network of collaborative partners within Australia and the United States in its epilepsy program including the Women's and Children's Hospital, Adelaide, the University of Melbourne, the Howard Florey Institute, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, Southern Cross University, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Emory University and the Brigham and Women's Hospital, a teaching Hospital of Harvard University.