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Taking a Break

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Science & Enterprise is taking a break for two weeks, to do personal travel and study tour. We will resume our regular posts on Monday, 30 April. . . . → Read More: Taking a Break

Surprising Similarities Between Running A Vet’s Surgery and a Healthcare Clinic

If you step back from the actual work that they are performing with patients, you can see that these two very different types of business likely have more in common than you’d think. . . . → Read More: Surprising Similarities Between Running A Vet’s Surgery and a Healthcare Clinic

Platform to Integrate Robotics, Synthetic Biology, A.I.

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Two companies are developing a new model for a cloud-based platform that makes possible automated collaborative research with artificial intelligence in synthetic biology. . . . → Read More: Platform to Integrate Robotics, Synthetic Biology, A.I.

Nasal Spray Vaccine Shown to Control Peanut Allergies

A vaccine to protect against peanut allergies, given as a nanoscale droplets suspended in a nasal spray, is shown to prevent allergic reactions in tests with lab mice sensitized to peanuts. . . . → Read More: Nasal Spray Vaccine Shown to Control Peanut Allergies

FDA Clears A.I. Software Detecting Diabetic Eye Disease

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The Food and Drug Administration authorized a system for detecting diabetic retinopathy, a condition threatening the vision of people with diabetes, that uses artificial intelligence to analyze images of patients’ retinas. . . . → Read More: FDA Clears A.I. Software Detecting Diabetic Eye Disease

Implanted Sensor Monitors Alcohol in Body

Alcohol monitoring chip

A university bioengineering lab developed a tiny implantable sensor that in lab tests tracked alcohol levels in bodily fluids, while requiring little power, making it capable of operating for extended periods. . . . → Read More: Implanted Sensor Monitors Alcohol in Body

Trial to Test Mobile App for Kidney Disease Screening

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A clinical trial will soon get under way that tests whether a smartphone app can easily and accurately screen for chronic kidney disease among people with high blood pressure. . . . → Read More: Trial to Test Mobile App for Kidney Disease Screening

Advanced Wireless Research Platforms in Development

Test networks for advanced research on wireless technology are being established in Utah and New York by an academic-industry consortium coordinated by National Science Foundation. . . . → Read More: Advanced Wireless Research Platforms in Development

Turning Your Product Idea Into A Reality: Tips For Success

You may be wondering how to get your idea out of your head and into reality. The following are the two areas you need to focus on. . . . → Read More: Turning Your Product Idea Into A Reality: Tips For Success

Kaiser Permanente to Spend $2M on Gun Injury Research

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The health care provider Kaiser Permanente plans to spend $2 million on research into preventing injuries and death from firearms, as well as begin an internal task force on firearm injury prevention. . . . → Read More: Kaiser Permanente to Spend $2M on Gun Injury Research