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IBM, Rice Univ. Partner on Elder Care Robots

IBM is developing Watson super-computer and cloud computing applications with Rice University to create robot assistants that help older individuals remain safe in their own homes. . . . → Read More: IBM, Rice Univ. Partner on Elder Care Robots

Crowdfunded Digital Health Investment Fund Launches

An investment fund raising its capital through crowdfunding began operations this week to back start-up enterprises developing digital health technologies. . . . → Read More: Crowdfunded Digital Health Investment Fund Launches

Synthetic Virus Created to Treat Cancer in Dogs

Two companies partnering with Auburn University developed a synthetic virus to find and destroy tumor cells in a type of bone cancer in dogs. . . . → Read More: Synthetic Virus Created to Treat Cancer in Dogs

Google Acquires Visual Interaction Tech Company

Google is acquiring Eyefluence Inc., developer of a technology that allows individuals to interact with computers, phones, and other devices using only their eyes. . . . → Read More: Google Acquires Visual Interaction Tech Company

Commercial Genome Service Launches Based on Open Data

A start-up software company is offering genetic analysis services for research and precision medicine that comply with open standards and access Google’s genomic data sets. . . . → Read More: Commercial Genome Service Launches Based on Open Data

Six Top Tech Graduate Degrees to Help Boost Your Career

The truth is that it’s easy to update your skills and career possibilities if you think about going back to school for your master’s degree. . . . → Read More: Six Top Tech Graduate Degrees to Help Boost Your Career

Computational Drug Discovery Company Launches

A new enterprise, Relay Therapeutics, is being formed for computer-driven discovery of new drugs based on the movements and interactions of protein molecules. . . . → Read More: Computational Drug Discovery Company Launches

Brain Signals Drive Computer Cursor for Faster Typing

A system capturing motor signals in the brain is shown in tests with monkeys to direct a cursor to type text on a keyboard display at rates as high as 12 words per minute. . . . → Read More: Brain Signals Drive Computer Cursor for Faster Typing

Ordinary Smartphones Able to Hack 3-D Printers

A hacker with an everyday smartphone can steal design data from three-dimensional printers, according to a new paper from a university computer science group. . . . → Read More: Ordinary Smartphones Able to Hack 3-D Printers

Computer Models to Boost 3-D Print Designs in Mfring

An academic-industry team is developing computer-based methods to improve the design for three-dimensional printing of complex manufactured items. . . . → Read More: Computer Models to Boost 3-D Print Designs in Mfring