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Safe, Economical Method Devised to Make Graphene

Eucalyptus trees

Researchers in Australia and India developed a safer and much less costly process for synthesizing the super-material graphene using an extract from eucalyptus bark. . . . → Read More: Safe, Economical Method Devised to Make Graphene

A.I. Harnessed to Diagnose Children’s Gut Diseases

Sana Syed

Medical researchers and data scientists are using artificial intelligence, or A.I., to diagnose children’s intestinal diseases found in the developing world. . . . → Read More: A.I. Harnessed to Diagnose Children’s Gut Diseases

Infographic – China’s Rare Earth Monopoly Slipping

Rare earth production

China remains the largest producer of rare earths, but other countries are developing their sources of these materials, this weekend’s infographic. . . . → Read More: Infographic – China’s Rare Earth Monopoly Slipping

Repair Patch Devised for Heart Attacks

Heart and major blood vessels

Researchers in the U.S. and China designed a hydrogel patch that in lab animals reduces the damage to heart muscle occurring after a heart attack. . . . → Read More: Repair Patch Devised for Heart Attacks

Genetic Risk Analysis Shows Ethnic Bias

DNA puzzle

Techniques analyzing data from across the genome that reveal risks of diseases, better predict disorders in the main ethnicity of the population studied than other ethnic groups. . . . → Read More: Genetic Risk Analysis Shows Ethnic Bias

Wireless Sensors Monitor Newborns in ICUs

Amy Paller and Taschana Taylor

An international team developed two wireless sensors that safely monitor the vital signs of newborn infants in intensive care units, replacing the multiple wired devices used today. . . . → Read More: Wireless Sensors Monitor Newborns in ICUs

Expanding Gel Pill Designed for Long-Term Diagnostics

Expanding ingestible get

An ingestible gel capsule is shown in tests with animals to expand and reside in the stomach for as long as a month for delivering drugs or monitoring bodily functions. . . . → Read More: Expanding Gel Pill Designed for Long-Term Diagnostics

Designing Strawberry Varieties for Japanese Farms

Strawberries

An agricultural genomics company in Israel and auto maker Toyota began a joint project to design new varieties of strawberries to grow on Japanese farms . . . → Read More: Designing Strawberry Varieties for Japanese Farms

Nanotech Gene Therapy Company Raises $8.5M in Seed Funds

Editing DNA

A start-up company developing nanoscale particles to deliver gene-editing enzymes, including those for Crispr, is raising $8.5 million in its seed funding round. . . . → Read More: Nanotech Gene Therapy Company Raises $8.5M in Seed Funds

Report – U.S. Lags in Robotic Adoption

Robots Sawyer and Baxter

A report released today shows the U.S. and most European countries are falling behind most other developed countries, in adopting robotics into their economies. . . . → Read More: Report – U.S. Lags in Robotic Adoption