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Process Devised for Continuous Stem Cell Production

Researchers in the U.K. developed a process for closed-loop continuous production and collection of large quantities of stem cells for therapies. . . . → Read More: Process Devised for Continuous Stem Cell Production

Thin, Flexible, Lower-Cost Motion Sensors Developed

Engineers in the U.S. and France created and tested motion-detecting sensors more flexible and thinner than today’s sensors, and made with a low-cost process. . . . → Read More: Thin, Flexible, Lower-Cost Motion Sensors Developed

Biotech Licenses Mayo Clinic Microbiome Research

A biotechnology company developing therapies with specialized gut microbes is licensing research from the Mayo Clinic on these microbes’ effects with autoimmune diseases. . . . → Read More: Biotech Licenses Mayo Clinic Microbiome Research

Report: Health System Not Ready for Alzheimer’s Therapies

A new study finds the U.S. health care system does not have the capacity for large-scale screening and treatment of people with early indicators of Alzheimer’s disease. . . . → Read More: Report: Health System Not Ready for Alzheimer’s Therapies

Trial Underway Testing Personal RNA Cancer Drug

A clinical trial is underway testing a treatment for solid tumor cancers derived from messenger RNA, genetic material with protein coding instructions for cells. . . . → Read More: Trial Underway Testing Personal RNA Cancer Drug

Two Opioid Addiction Treatments Found Safe, Effective

A clinical trial testing two leading therapies for opioid abuse found the treatments both safe and effective, even though they work in different ways. . . . → Read More: Two Opioid Addiction Treatments Found Safe, Effective

Alliance Exploring Microbiome on Cancer Immunotherapy

A biotechnology company and two research institutes are collaborating on a study of a proposed cancer treatment that targets the microbiome, communities of bacteria in the human body. . . . → Read More: Alliance Exploring Microbiome on Cancer Immunotherapy

FDA Clears First Sensor-Pill and App System

The Food and Drug Administration approved for the first time in the U.S. a system that combines pills with built-in sensors and a mobile app to track adherence. . . . → Read More: FDA Clears First Sensor-Pill and App System

Zymeworks, Janssen in $1.45B Antibody Licensing Deal

Janssen Biotech, a division of drug maker Johnson & Johnson, is acquiring technologies that make it possible to create synthetic antibodies that hit multiple targets. . . . → Read More: Zymeworks, Janssen in $1.45B Antibody Licensing Deal

Math Models to Predict Animal-Borne Disease Outbreaks

A team of ecologists and mathematicians is applying machine learning and statistical models to forecast outbreaks of zoonotic diseases, those spread to humans from animals. . . . → Read More: Math Models to Predict Animal-Borne Disease Outbreaks