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Synthetic Beating Heart Repair Tissue Being Developed

A bioengineering team is developing a synthetic patch that contracts and sends electrical signals to repair heart muscle tissue after a heart attack. . . . → Read More: Synthetic Beating Heart Repair Tissue Being Developed

Immigration Crackdown “a Disaster” for U.S. Science

A panel of research executives from American universities said the current hostility to immigration in the U.S. is causing fear among many researchers and could have a serious impact on science. . . . → Read More: Immigration Crackdown “a Disaster” for U.S. Science

Battery-Free Cell Phone Demonstrated

A computer science and engineering team demonstrated a prototype cell phone that sends and receives calls, but operates with power from ambient light and radio signals. . . . → Read More: Battery-Free Cell Phone Demonstrated

NSF Supports Chip Enabling Low-Power Electronics

An engineering lab at University of Texas in San Antonio received a grant to assess the commercial potential for a chip that lets electronic devices work with much less power. . . . → Read More: NSF Supports Chip Enabling Low-Power Electronics

Neural Technology Research Centers Launched

Research centers for accelerating new technologies that tackle nervous system disorders are opening at two universities in the U.S., with industry partners. . . . → Read More: Neural Technology Research Centers Launched

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

Sensors, Wearables Track Moods and Eating Behavior

A system that captures and interprets spoken words by individuals and groups can track their various moods, which also predict eating behaviors leading to obesity. . . . → Read More: Sensors, Wearables Track Moods and Eating Behavior

Process Converts Food Waste to Auto Tire Materials

Agricultural scientists in Ohio are developing a process for converting common food waste into materials used in car tires, and filed a patent for these techniques. . . . → Read More: Process Converts Food Waste to Auto Tire Materials

Handheld Surgical Assist Device in Development

A handheld mechanical device that promises to reduce the cost and ease the work of minimally invasive surgery is being created by a spin-off company from University of Michigan. . . . → Read More: Handheld Surgical Assist Device in Development

Software to Simplify Big Data Curation

A software package in development aims to simplify the process of cleaning up large data sets, known as curation, to improve the quality of analysis from those data. . . . → Read More: Software to Simplify Big Data Curation