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Patent Set for Peptide Nerve Damage Treatments

The European Patent Office announced its intent to award a patent on treatments for nerve cell damage based on the peptide thymosin beta 4. . . . → Read More: Patent Set for Peptide Nerve Damage Treatments

Creative Ideas Mined with Crowdsourcing, Neural Nets

A computer science team developed a process that combines crowdsourcing and artificial intelligence to find analogies across disciplines to spark creative ideas. . . . → Read More: Creative Ideas Mined with Crowdsourcing, Neural Nets

Tough Ingested Hydrogels Designed for Long-Term Drugs

A medical engineering team developed and tested in animals a new water-based polymer material to deliver drugs for long-term release in the stomach. . . . → Read More: Tough Ingested Hydrogels Designed for Long-Term Drugs

Robot Designed to Grow into Shapes, Spaces

Engineering researchers created a new type of robot that grows to extend its form into spaces like a vine, rather than move to different locations. . . . → Read More: Robot Designed to Grow into Shapes, Spaces

Patent Awarded for Exosome Capture Process

A company making blood filtering devices was awarded a patent for a process to capture tiny particles carrying proteins that suppress immune responses. . . . → Read More: Patent Awarded for Exosome Capture Process

Nanotech Treatment Studied for Brain Tumors

Medical researchers and engineers designed and tested in mice a way to deliver gene-silencing therapies in nanoscale particles to treat glioblastoma, an aggressive form of brain cancer. . . . → Read More: Nanotech Treatment Studied for Brain Tumors

Broad Institute in Crispr Licensing Program

One of the key inventors of a genome editing technique known as Crispr is joining a program that promises to ease licensing of its patents for the technology. . . . → Read More: Broad Institute in Crispr Licensing Program

Simple, Inexpensive Pathogen Detector Developed

A simple and inexpensive detection device is being created to find disease-causing microbes in samples of food, water, and human specimens. . . . → Read More: Simple, Inexpensive Pathogen Detector Developed

Undergrad Research Leads to Probiotic Beer

An undergraduate’s research project in Singapore led to the invention of a new type of beer having live bacteria associated with improving gut health. . . . → Read More: Undergrad Research Leads to Probiotic Beer

Supreme Court Cuts Biosimilar Waiting Time

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled yesterday that makers of biologic drugs similar to branded originals need not wait an additional 6 months to begin marketing their products. . . . → Read More: Supreme Court Cuts Biosimilar Waiting Time