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Portable On-Demand Biologic Production System Designed

A device that produces small batches of biological drugs, down to a single dose, was shown to generate two different biopharmaceuticals under lab conditions. . . . → Read More: Portable On-Demand Biologic Production System Designed

Open-Source Discovery Yields Anti-Malaria Candidates

A worldwide research project tested 400 compounds as anti-malarial drugs, which led to more than 30 new drug development programs for malaria and other diseases. . . . → Read More: Open-Source Discovery Yields Anti-Malaria Candidates

Univ. Spin-Off Develops New Cybersecurity Paradigm

A start-up enterprise from a university is developing a simplified cybersecurity infrastructure for businesses, and raised $2 million in its first funding round . . . → Read More: Univ. Spin-Off Develops New Cybersecurity Paradigm

Gene Therapy Designed for Muscle Wasting Disease

Researchers devised a treatment for a cancer-related muscle wasting disease using gene transfers that in lab mice block signals promoting muscle degradation. . . . → Read More: Gene Therapy Designed for Muscle Wasting Disease

Trial Underway Testing Stem Cells to Treat Alzheimer’s

An intermediate-stage clinical trial is recruiting participants to test donated stem cells as a treatment for mild-moderate dementia from Alzheimer’s disease. . . . → Read More: Trial Underway Testing Stem Cells to Treat Alzheimer’s

Nanoparticles, Peroxide Boost Tooth Decay Prevention

Adding iron oxide nanoparticles to hydrogen peroxide is shown to reduce the build-up of bacterial films on teeth, preventing cavities from forming in lab rats. . . . → Read More: Nanoparticles, Peroxide Boost Tooth Decay Prevention

Patch Delivers Gene, Drug, Heat Therapies to Colon Tumors

Engineers developed a hydrogel patch with three types of therapy applied directly to tumors in the colon, which in lab mice caused cancer to go into remission. . . . → Read More: Patch Delivers Gene, Drug, Heat Therapies to Colon Tumors

Trial Shows 5-Year Retinal Implant Safety, Efficacy

A device implanted people with retinitis pigmentosa shows after 5 years the device provides visual function to recipients, largely without adverse effects. . . . → Read More: Trial Shows 5-Year Retinal Implant Safety, Efficacy

Microneedle System Designed for Drug Monitoring

Researchers designed a device that measures drug concentrations in patients with tiny microneedles on the skin rather than frequent invasive blood tests. . . . → Read More: Microneedle System Designed for Drug Monitoring

Common Antibodies Found for Multi-Virus Flu Vaccine

A team at National Institutes of Health discovered three types of antibodies that can neutralize a variety of influenza viral strains infecting humans. . . . → Read More: Common Antibodies Found for Multi-Virus Flu Vaccine