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Crispr, Stem Cells Produce Precise Arthritis Therapy

Editing the genes in stem cells is shown to produce cartilage that in lab tests releases therapeutic proteins only when needed to relieve joint inflammation in arthritis. . . . → Read More: Crispr, Stem Cells Produce Precise Arthritis Therapy

Muscle Supplement Shown Safe, Active in Elderly

A clinical trial testing a dietary supplement to improve muscle function in older persons shows the derivative from pomegranates is safe and produces desired biological actions. . . . → Read More: Muscle Supplement Shown Safe, Active in Elderly

FDA, Emulate to Test Organs-on-Chips for Drug Toxins

A joint venture between Food and Drug Administration and a developer of chip devices simulating human organs, is evaluating the chips as a way to test new drugs for toxic effects. . . . → Read More: FDA, Emulate to Test Organs-on-Chips for Drug Toxins

NIH Funds Drug-Resistant Malaria Therapy Trial

An agency of National Institutes of Health is funding a clinical trial of a new malaria drug engineered to overcome resistance developed to earlier treatments. . . . → Read More: NIH Funds Drug-Resistant Malaria Therapy Trial

Solving The Minefield Of Disgruntled Workers

Solving the minefield of disgruntled workers doesn’t always have to involve a heated debate. . . . → Read More: Solving The Minefield Of Disgruntled Workers

Student Project Leads to Medical Device Start-Up

A group of engineering and business students developing an imaging device that quickly finds veins for blood draws is starting a company to take the device to market. . . . → Read More: Student Project Leads to Medical Device Start-Up

Artificial Pancreas Shown Feasible for Young Children

An integrated system combining a glucose monitor and insulin pump to simulate the human pancreas is shown to be feasible for young children with type 1 diabetes. . . . → Read More: Artificial Pancreas Shown Feasible for Young Children

Start-Up Licensing Flexible Genome-Editing Technology

A start-up biotechnology company is licensing techniques from two universities that make genome editing more flexible and better control gene expression. . . . → Read More: Start-Up Licensing Flexible Genome-Editing Technology

Univ. Spin-Off Designing Heart Disease Screening App

A spin-off enterprise from Massachusetts Institute of Technology is creating a system using a smartphone camera to detect heart rhythm problems that lead to a stroke. . . . → Read More: Univ. Spin-Off Designing Heart Disease Screening App

Genetic Techniques Speed Brain, Muscle Cell Production

A new technology targets the expression of genes in stem cells to produce specific brain and muscle cells on demand and in a few days, a fraction of the time now required. . . . → Read More: Genetic Techniques Speed Brain, Muscle Cell Production