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Grant Funds A.I. Cognitive Change Rehab Study

Hands of older person

A start-up company developing an app-based monitor with artificial intelligence for tracking cognitive change in older adults is taking part in a study testing the program with a chain of rehabilitation clinics. . . . → Read More: Grant Funds A.I. Cognitive Change Rehab Study

Intelligent Investments For Inexperienced Individuals: 5 Questions You Need To Ask

The realm of investing offers plenty of exciting opportunities for investors of all backgrounds. Here are five of the most pertinent aspects to consider. . . . → Read More: Intelligent Investments For Inexperienced Individuals: 5 Questions You Need To Ask

Technique Devised to Monitor Blood Flow in Brain

Brain circuits

A bioengineering lab developed a technique using common photography chips to measure blood flow in the brain, which could help detect traumatic brain injury, stroke, and related disorders. . . . → Read More: Technique Devised to Monitor Blood Flow in Brain

Infographic: Countries with Highest Robot Density

Robotic density by country

Our friends at Statista published a chart this week showing installed industrial robots per 10,000 manufacturing workers. . . . → Read More: Infographic: Countries with Highest Robot Density

Five Tools You Need If You Are Just Getting Started with Trading

Some online interactive tools will give you suggestions and reports, taking the guesswork out of your trading activities and investments. . . . → Read More: Five Tools You Need If You Are Just Getting Started with Trading

Taking a Break

Airplane at gate

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.

Microbes

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

Fundus photograph

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