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First U.S. Quantum Tech Incubator Underway

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The first incubator program in the U.S. for start-up enterprises developing quantum technologies is now accepting applicants in Chicago. . . . → Read More: First U.S. Quantum Tech Incubator Underway

Robot Designed to Find, Retrieve Hidden Objects

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An engineering lab studying wireless technologies developed a robotic arm using radio waves to find and grab objects blocked from direct view. . . . → Read More: Robot Designed to Find, Retrieve Hidden Objects

Intensive Care Bed Designed for Preterm Babies

Clinical trial results show a hospital bed that simulates contact with a mothers’ body helps preterm babies cope with unpleasant medical procedures. . . . → Read More: Intensive Care Bed Designed for Preterm Babies

Home Sensors, AI Detect Medication Errors

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Computer scientists designed a system with radio sensors interpreted by algorithms that indicate when residents make mistakes with their medication devices. . . . → Read More: Home Sensors, AI Detect Medication Errors

Venture Investor to Back Underserved Tech Entrepreneurs

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An investment company is offering training and seed funds to women technology entrepreneurs, and those in LGBTQ, racial, and ethnic minority communities. . . . → Read More: Venture Investor to Back Underserved Tech Entrepreneurs

DNA Storage Company Gains $24M in New Funds

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A maker of high-density chip devices storing data with nucleic acids similar to DNA is raising $24 million in its second venture financing round. . . . → Read More: DNA Storage Company Gains $24M in New Funds

Sensor in Works Detecting Covid-19 Airborne Virus

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A company developing graphene bio-computer chips is applying its technology to sensors that quickly detect SARS-CoV-2 viruses in indoor air. . . . → Read More: Sensor in Works Detecting Covid-19 Airborne Virus

Tech Companies Partner on Covid-19 Breath Test

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A maker of diagnostics that examine exhaled breath and an artificial intelligence chip provider are developing a simple breath test for Covid-19 infections. . . . → Read More: Tech Companies Partner on Covid-19 Breath Test

AI Process Discovers, Tests Fibrosis Drug in 18 Months

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A provider of drug discovery services based on artificial intelligence says in 18 months it identified and tested in mice a new drug for a chronic lung disease. . . . → Read More: AI Process Discovers, Tests Fibrosis Drug in 18 Months

AI Cell Analysis Start-Up Raises $6M Seed Funds

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A new enterprise using artificial intelligence to analyze individual cells for immune-related diagnostics and therapies is raising $6 million in seed funds. . . . → Read More: AI Cell Analysis Start-Up Raises $6M Seed Funds