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Bloodless Glucose Monitoring Technology in Development

Blood glucose meter

An engineering lab in Canada is developing a system that adapts radar technology to measure blood glucose levels, to eventually replace the blood drop samples now used by people with diabetes. . . . → Read More: Bloodless Glucose Monitoring Technology in Development

Robotics, A.I. Employed for Personal Autism Therapy

Nao robot

An engineering lab at MIT developed techniques for combining robotics with deep learning, a form of artificial intelligence, to personalize autism therapy. . . . → Read More: Robotics, A.I. Employed for Personal Autism Therapy

Engineered Polio Virus Tested as Brain Cancer Treatment

Brain tumor graphic

Results of a clinical trial show a genetically engineered polio virus helps more people with glioblastoma, an aggressive form of brain cancer, survive for longer periods. . . . → Read More: Engineered Polio Virus Tested as Brain Cancer Treatment

Insulin Formulated as Liquid for Capsule Delivery

Insulin in capsules

An bioengineering team created a process to formulate insulin, needed regularly by people with diabetes, as a liquid, to be taken in capsules rather than injections. . . . → Read More: Insulin Formulated as Liquid for Capsule Delivery

Univ. Spin-Off Developing Long-Lasting Diabetes Drug

Bathroom scale

A company spun-off from a University at Buffalo biochemistry lab is the recipient of a small business grant to design a once-a-week drug for people with type 2 diabetes to control their blood sugar and weight. . . . → Read More: Univ. Spin-Off Developing Long-Lasting Diabetes Drug

Process Devised for Renewable, Biodegradable Plastic

Eugene Chen

A chemistry lab developed a process for economically producing a polymer material from renewable sources that could replace some plastics now derived from petroleum. . . . → Read More: Process Devised for Renewable, Biodegradable Plastic

Electrodes for Implants 3-D Printed on Soft Materials

Electrodes on gummy bears

An engineering team produced with an ink-jet printer working electrodes like those used in medical implants on bio-friendly soft materials rather than metal or silicon. . . . → Read More: Electrodes for Implants 3-D Printed on Soft Materials

Company Claims High Speeds, Resolution in 3-D Printed Tissue

Prellis Biologics founders

A company developing a three-dimensional printing technology to produce human tissue says it can produce tissue with higher resolution, including blood vessels, and higher speeds than before. . . . → Read More: Company Claims High Speeds, Resolution in 3-D Printed Tissue

Gates Backs Engineered Mosquitoes to Stop Malaria

Anopheles mosquito

A company that applies genetic engineering to limit the spread of disease-carrying pests is partnering with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to develop mosquitoes that stop the spread of malaria. . . . → Read More: Gates Backs Engineered Mosquitoes to Stop Malaria

Engineered T-Cells Tested for Childhood Brain Cancer

Human T-cell

A clinical trial is getting underway testing modified T-cells from the immune system in children and young adults with brain tumors that do not respond to other treatments. . . . → Read More: Engineered T-Cells Tested for Childhood Brain Cancer