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Technique Developed for High-Speed Antibody Screening

A process is being developed to quickly discover antibodies in a person’s immune system that can also lead to new vaccines and drugs against viruses. . . . → Read More: Technique Developed for High-Speed Antibody Screening

Little Data to Support Wearable Device Health Benefits

A review of published research since 2000 shows little evidence to support claims of beneficial health outcomes from the use of wearable devices like smart watches or wristbands, at least not yet. . . . → Read More: Little Data to Support Wearable Device Health Benefits

Nerve Stimulation Shown to Reduce Diabetes Symptoms

Electric stimulation of a key nerve pathway was shown in lab animals to restore insulin sensitivity and glucose tolerance typically missing in people with type 2 diabetes. . . . → Read More: Nerve Stimulation Shown to Reduce Diabetes Symptoms

Components Designed to Improve Genetic Circuits

Researchers in Houston, Texas created a set of components like those in electronics that help make synthetic gene circuits more accurate and predictable. . . . → Read More: Components Designed to Improve Genetic Circuits

First MERS Virus Treatment Found Safe

An experimental treatment for Middle East respiratory syndrome, or MERS, infections made from antibodies produced in cattle is shown in a clinical trial to be safe for patients. . . . → Read More: First MERS Virus Treatment Found Safe

Stem Cell Patches Shown to Treat Heart Attack Damage

Human heart muscle patches made from stem cells helped fix damage and improve heart functions in tests with pigs induced with heart attacks. . . . → Read More: Stem Cell Patches Shown to Treat Heart Attack Damage

Neuro Informatics Software Released to Open Source

A collection of software from the Blue Brain Project for reconstructing models of mammal brain circuitry is being made freely available to the research community. . . . → Read More: Neuro Informatics Software Released to Open Source

HIV Drugs Formulated Into Once-Weekly Capsules

Medical and engineering researchers developed and tested in pigs a technique for packing several drugs into a capsule taken once a week to prevent and treat HIV infections. . . . → Read More: HIV Drugs Formulated Into Once-Weekly Capsules

Ingestible Sensors Measure Gases in Stomach, Gut

Researchers in Australia created a sensing device packed in a standard-size drug capsule that measures gas concentrations in the digestive tract in real time. . . . → Read More: Ingestible Sensors Measure Gases in Stomach, Gut

Continuous Flow Manufacturing In Space Station Test

Among the experiments carried to the International Space Station in mid-December is a test of continuous separations of one liquid from another, used in drug and chemical manufacturing. . . . → Read More: Continuous Flow Manufacturing In Space Station Test