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Skin Health Data Collected by App Offered for Research

A smartphone app collecting images and data about moles on the skin of volunteers is now available to researchers for studies of cancer and other disorders. . . . → Read More: Skin Health Data Collected by App Offered for Research

Ford Investing $1B in Artificial Intelligence Start-Up

Ford Motor Company is investing $1 billion in a start-up enterprise that applies artificial intelligence to the operation and management of autonomous vehicles. . . . → Read More: Ford Investing $1B in Artificial Intelligence Start-Up

System Slashes Time to Detect Bacteria in Blood

A biomedical engineering lab developed a compact system that detects harmful bacteria in blood samples in less than four hours, a process that now takes days. . . . → Read More: System Slashes Time to Detect Bacteria in Blood

Trial Testing Artificial Pancreas for Type 1 Diabetes

A clinical trial testing day-to-day use of a smartphone-controlled artificial pancreas for people with type 1 diabetes began enrolling participants. . . . → Read More: Trial Testing Artificial Pancreas for Type 1 Diabetes

Company, NC State Partner on Tissue Oxygen Patch

Profusa Inc. and a research center at North Carolina State University are developing a new device to monitor tissue oxygen levels in people with peripheral artery disease. . . . → Read More: Company, NC State Partner on Tissue Oxygen Patch

Companies Recognized for Patient Safety Innovations

Three companies received awards for their products aimed at reducing the number of preventable deaths occurring in American hospitals. . . . → Read More: Companies Recognized for Patient Safety Innovations

Univ. Spin-Off Offering Pediatric Care Software

A company spun-off from Indiana University is marketing software written in its medical school to relate pediatric clinical guidelines to parents’ concerns during office visits. . . . → Read More: Univ. Spin-Off Offering Pediatric Care Software

Grid Computing Harnessed for Childhood Cancer Research

An international consortium is seeking crowdsourced computing power to screen drug candidates for treating a number of cancers affecting children. . . . → Read More: Grid Computing Harnessed for Childhood Cancer Research

Low-Cost Skin Hydration Sensor and Systems Designed

Engineers at North Carolina State University in Raleigh developed a hydration sensor worn on the skin and built into two low-cost prototype wearable systems. . . . → Read More: Low-Cost Skin Hydration Sensor and Systems Designed

Smart Watch Software Designed to Verify Signatures

Engineering researchers in Israel created software that enables smart watches and fitness bands to capture wrist movements for verifying a person’s signature. . . . → Read More: Smart Watch Software Designed to Verify Signatures