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Noninvasive Prenatal Testing is a Safe Way to Screen for Genetic Abnormalities

Noninvasive prenatal testing is a way for parents to screen their unborn child for a variety of chromosomal anomalies. . . . → Read More: Noninvasive Prenatal Testing is a Safe Way to Screen for Genetic Abnormalities

Preclinical Data Show Promise for Diabetic Eye Drug

Early evidence shows a drug designed as eye drops to treat diabetic macular edema, an eye disease in people with diabetes, permeates the entire eye, including the retina. . . . → Read More: Preclinical Data Show Promise for Diabetic Eye Drug

Algorithm Quickly Customizes Walking Exoskeleton

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh wrote and tested an algorithm for exoskeletons that customize the devices to a person’s walking pattern in about an hour. . . . → Read More: Algorithm Quickly Customizes Walking Exoskeleton

Computer-Designed Antibodies Target Alzheimer’s Proteins

Researchers in Europe designed antibodies, like those in the immune system, to attack protein deposits in the brain associated with Alzheimer’s disease. . . . → Read More: Computer-Designed Antibodies Target Alzheimer’s Proteins

Commercial-Scale Flu Vaccine Produced in Cell Cultures

A vaccine developer says it produced large quantities of a current influenza vaccine for distribution to clinics and hospitals, grown in animal cell cultures rather than eggs. . . . → Read More: Commercial-Scale Flu Vaccine Produced in Cell Cultures

Exosuit Prototype Unveiled for Stroke Survivors

An assistive device with sensors and motors designed to help people with stroke and other muscle disorders walk more normally was demonstrated on 16 June. . . . → Read More: Exosuit Prototype Unveiled for Stroke Survivors

Cancer Drug Produced in Small Continuous-Flow Batches

A team from drug maker Eli Lilly & Company devised techniques for producing an experimental cancer drug in small quantities but with safe, economical methods used in continuous flow manufacturing. . . . → Read More: Cancer Drug Produced in Small Continuous-Flow Batches

First Agricultural Crispr Products Expected by 2020

While the genome editing technique known as Crispr is generating discussion in the health field, its first commercial applications are likely to be in agriculture. . . . → Read More: First Agricultural Crispr Products Expected by 2020

3-D Printed Patch Helps Grow New Blood Vessels

A biomedical engineering team developed a printed patch infused with cells that in lab animals grows new blood vessels to counteract blocked or hardened arteries. . . . → Read More: 3-D Printed Patch Helps Grow New Blood Vessels

Brain-Computer Device Tested with Consciousness Patients

Tests of a device designed for people with consciousness disorders to provide basic feedback to questions show the system can elicit and capture responses from these individuals. . . . → Read More: Brain-Computer Device Tested with Consciousness Patients