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Brain Stimulation, Recording Device Advances

Wand integrated circuits

An implanted device that both records activity and stimulates precise brain regions is shown to operate in lab monkeys, advancing its potential for neurological diseases. . . . → Read More: Brain Stimulation, Recording Device Advances

Toxic Neuro Protein Clearance Company Formed

Nerve cells in brain

A new enterprise is being formed to develop a device that clears from the nervous system toxic proteins associated with chronic and debilitating neurological disorders. . . . → Read More: Toxic Neuro Protein Clearance Company Formed

Antibiotic Prevents Staph Colonies in Newborns

Baby in NICU

Results from a clinical trial show a common antibiotic ointment can prevent dangerous staph bacteria from colonizing in vulnerable newborn infants. . . . → Read More: Antibiotic Prevents Staph Colonies in Newborns

Sustainable Bioplastics Produced from Microbes, Algae

Ulva or sea lettuce

Researchers in Israel showed in lab tests the feasibility of producing biocompatible and degradable plastics from ocean microbes and algae. . . . → Read More: Sustainable Bioplastics Produced from Microbes, Algae

Today’s Technologies Will Save And Enrich Lives In Childbirth

Technologies that are emerging today could go on to save and improve lives before they’ve even begun. . . . → Read More: Today’s Technologies Will Save And Enrich Lives In Childbirth

Eye Drops Reverse Infected Eye Scarring

Eyes looking at laptop

Eye drops containing a therapeutic protein and applied as a gel, are shown in lab mice to remove scar tissue from the surface of infected or damaged corneas. . . . → Read More: Eye Drops Reverse Infected Eye Scarring

Nanoscale Bacteria Particles Deliver Cancer Drugs

Salmonella typhimurium

An engineering lab developed techniques for delivering cancer drugs into tumors in lab cultures and mice with nanoscale polymer particles, aided by a strain of salmonella bacteria. . . . → Read More: Nanoscale Bacteria Particles Deliver Cancer Drugs

Micro Robots Made to Climb in Curved, Inverted Spaces

HAMR-E device

A robotics lab at Harvard University created a tiny, 4-legged robot that travels through tight spots, climbing on vertical surfaces and even upside down. . . . → Read More: Micro Robots Made to Climb in Curved, Inverted Spaces

Smartphone App Measures Wounds, Tracks Healing

Swift Skin and Wound app

The need for better ways of tracking the size and healing of wounds led a medical resident in Canada to help develop a smartphone app and start a company for these tasks. . . . → Read More: Smartphone App Measures Wounds, Tracks Healing

Virtual Reality Illness Fix in Development

Man in virtual reality headset

A computer science and engineering team in Texas is developing a technical solution for virtual reality experiences that can make some users physically ill, with symptoms like seasickness. . . . → Read More: Virtual Reality Illness Fix in Development