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A.I. Helps Visualize Emergency Social Media Data

Helping flooded regions

A set of computational tools developed at Purdue University enables public safety agencies to monitor potentially catastrophic events in real time by analyzing text and images on social media. . . . → Read More: A.I. Helps Visualize Emergency Social Media Data

Smart Fabrics Boost Wearable Sensor Connections

Smart fabric team

A new type of smart fabric can dramatically improve connectivity between wearable sensors and mobile devices compared to current wireless networks. . . . → Read More: Smart Fabrics Boost Wearable Sensor Connections

Trial to Test App Alerting for Dementia-Linked Drugs

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A mobile and computer app that alerts older citizens about a class of drugs associated with Alzheimer’s disease will soon be tested in a clinical trial. . . . → Read More: Trial to Test App Alerting for Dementia-Linked Drugs

Trial Shows Immunotherapies Extend Life with Melanoma

T-cell lymphocyte

First results from a clinical trial show a combination of immunotherapies extends survival among patients with melanoma, but shorter periods for other solid-tumor cancers. . . . → Read More: Trial Shows Immunotherapies Extend Life with Melanoma

Crispr Enhanced for RNA Editing

Feng Zhang

Researchers expanded the ability of the genetic editing technique known as Crispr to alter the make-up of RNA, adding more ways to treat diseases. . . . → Read More: Crispr Enhanced for RNA Editing

Bacteria Recruited to Produce Graphene

Anne Meyer

Labs in the U.S. and the Netherlands developed techniques to sustainably produce high-quality graphene with more capabilities, using a strain of bacteria. . . . → Read More: Bacteria Recruited to Produce Graphene

Cold-Chain Drug Delivery Tested Via Drone

Medical drone

A group of companies and organizations designed and tested a long-distance drone capable of delivering drugs needing constant cold temperatures. . . . → Read More: Cold-Chain Drug Delivery Tested Via Drone

Start-Up Lands Grant to Clean-Up Space Debris

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A company founded earlier this year is receiving a small-business grant from NASA for a technology to remove small satellites and other debris from space. . . . → Read More: Start-Up Lands Grant to Clean-Up Space Debris

Voice Indicators to Monitor Dementia Progression

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A company developing diagnostics for cognitive disorders from changes in speech patterns is partnering on vocal biomarkers to track progression of a form of dementia. . . . → Read More: Voice Indicators to Monitor Dementia Progression

A.I., Robotics Deployed for Harvesting Lettuce

Lettuce farm

A lab in the U.K. applying machine learning and robotics to agriculture developed and field-tested an autonomous device that harvests iceberg lettuce. . . . → Read More: A.I., Robotics Deployed for Harvesting Lettuce