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FDA Approves Rare Infant Disease Gene Therapy

Neurons

The Food and Drug Administration today approved a treatment for spinal muscular atrophy in young children that replaces a faulty gene in motor neurons with a healthy one. . . . → Read More: FDA Approves Rare Infant Disease Gene Therapy

Virtual Reality Harnessed to Detect Alzheimer’s

Virtual reality scene

A neuroscience lab in the U.K. designed a process using virtual reality to detect early-stage Alzheimer’s disease in people with mild cognitive impairment. . . . → Read More: Virtual Reality Harnessed to Detect Alzheimer’s

High-Speed 3-D Organ Printing in Development

Green laser beams

A research team in Europe and Israel is devising a new process for faster bio-printing of human organs with three-dimensional printing. . . . → Read More: High-Speed 3-D Organ Printing in Development

A.I., Robotics Studied for Military Trauma System

Medevac training in Afghanistan

Medical and robotics labs at two universities in Pittsburgh are developing a portable, autonomous trauma care device to stabilize wounded military service people in the field. . . . → Read More: A.I., Robotics Studied for Military Trauma System

Viral Disease Biotech Joins ElevateBio, Gains $120M

T-cells illustration

A biotechnology company developing immunotherapies for viral diseases is joining the ElevateBio consortium providing manufacturing for cell and gene therapies. . . . → Read More: Viral Disease Biotech Joins ElevateBio, Gains $120M

Pharmas Join Digital Clinical Trial Project

Stethoscope and iPhone

Four pharmaceutical companies are signing on to an initiative that promises to make clinical trials friendlier to patients and make better use of digital technology. . . . → Read More: Pharmas Join Digital Clinical Trial Project

Start-Up to Use Stem Cells for Hearing Loss

Headphones

A new enterprise in the U.K. is creating treatments with stem cells to repair damaged nerve cells in the inner ear that causes hearing loss. . . . → Read More: Start-Up to Use Stem Cells for Hearing Loss

3-D Printed Scaffold Helps Grow Skull Bone

Ramille Shah

A Northwestern University bio-materials lab demonstrated the growth of new bone in skulls of lab animals on scaffolds made with three-dimensional printers. . . . → Read More: 3-D Printed Scaffold Helps Grow Skull Bone

Chip Device Performs Detailed Cancer Cell Analysis

HydroSeq chip

A lab-on-a-chip device shows in tests with cancer patient blood samples to detect and analyze circulating tumor cells providing precise therapy targets. . . . → Read More: Chip Device Performs Detailed Cancer Cell Analysis

Smartphone System Screens for Ear Infections

Ear fluid app

Computer scientists and medical researchers created a screening device for children’s ear infections with an app and algorithm on an ordinary smartphone. . . . → Read More: Smartphone System Screens for Ear Infections