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Apps Shown to Reduce Blood Pressure, Detect Diabetes

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Popular health apps on smartphones are shown in reviews of data from app users to help reduce blood pressure and screen for type 2 diabetes. . . . → Read More: Apps Shown to Reduce Blood Pressure, Detect Diabetes

Skin Bacteria Therapy Tested in Kids with Eczema

Child with atopic dermatitis

A clinical trial is underway testing a form of bacteria sprayed on the skin that oxidize ammonia as a treatment for atopic dermatitis, or eczema, in children and teens. . . . → Read More: Skin Bacteria Therapy Tested in Kids with Eczema

Self-Powered Sensors Monitoring Mackinac Bridge

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Thousands of small sensors are being deployed across the Mackinac Bridge in northern Michigan, one of the world’s longest bridges, to monitor its integrity. . . . → Read More: Self-Powered Sensors Monitoring Mackinac Bridge

Start-Up Creating Touch Sensing for Visual Images

Ting Zhang and Shruthi Suresh

A start-up company spun off from Purdue University is developing a system that translates visual images to touch-sensing signals for people with limited visual abilities. . . . → Read More: Start-Up Creating Touch Sensing for Visual Images

Sequencing IDs Pancreatic Cancer Targets

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A genomic analysis of tumor samples from patients with pancreatic cancer, a cancer with a typically poor outlook, identified targets for early precision cancer detection and treatments. . . . → Read More: Sequencing IDs Pancreatic Cancer Targets

Fox Foundation Supports Parkinson’s Walking Device

VibeForward device

A spin-off enterprise from University of Delaware is developing an electronic vibrating device that fits on the feet or ankles of people with Parkinson’s disease to help them walk. . . . → Read More: Fox Foundation Supports Parkinson’s Walking Device

Spider Silk Property Discovered with Robotics Uses

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Dragline silk, also known as spider silk, is found in a new study to have a property that makes the natural material suitable for artificial muscles and actuators in robotics. . . . → Read More: Spider Silk Property Discovered with Robotics Uses

Wireless Sensors Monitor Newborns in ICUs

Amy Paller and Taschana Taylor

An international team developed two wireless sensors that safely monitor the vital signs of newborn infants in intensive care units, replacing the multiple wired devices used today. . . . → Read More: Wireless Sensors Monitor Newborns in ICUs

Blood Test as Good as Biopsy to Detect Cancer Targets

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Results of a clinical trial show a commercial blood test works at least as well as tissue biopsies for determining precise genetic mutations causing most lung cancers. . . . → Read More: Blood Test as Good as Biopsy to Detect Cancer Targets

Anti-Inflammatory Human Protein Produced in Plants

Researchers in Canada genetically engineered tobacco plants to economically produce large quantities of a human protein with anti-inflammatory properties. . . . → Read More: Anti-Inflammatory Human Protein Produced in Plants