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Venture Funds, Mergers in A.I. Up Sharply in 2018

Glasses, computer screens

Start-up companies working in artificial intelligence scored sizeable increases in venture financing, and were highly prized acquisition targets in 2018, a new analysis shows. . . . → Read More: Venture Funds, Mergers in A.I. Up Sharply in 2018

Mobile Device Screens That Tap Back

Touchscreen system

Engineers in Germany designed screens for mobile phones and tablets that not only feel touch pressure, but can also return pulses or vibrations to users’ fingers. . . . → Read More: Mobile Device Screens That Tap Back

Microsoft, Biotech Partner on Gene, Cell Therapies

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A biotechnology company in the U.K. and U.S. software maker Microsoft are collaborating on new processes to speed development of gene and cell therapies. . . . → Read More: Microsoft, Biotech Partner on Gene, Cell Therapies

Spin-Off Producing Commercial-Grade Graphene

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A company based on university lab research in the U.K. says it’s producing graphene, a promising carbon-based material, in quality and scale for electronics. . . . → Read More: Spin-Off Producing Commercial-Grade Graphene

Self-Powered Sensors Monitoring Mackinac Bridge

Mackinac Bridge

Thousands of small sensors are being deployed across the Mackinac Bridge in northern Michigan, one of the world’s longest bridges, to monitor its integrity. . . . → Read More: Self-Powered Sensors Monitoring Mackinac Bridge

Start-Up Creating Touch Sensing for Visual Images

Ting Zhang and Shruthi Suresh

A start-up company spun off from Purdue University is developing a system that translates visual images to touch-sensing signals for people with limited visual abilities. . . . → Read More: Start-Up Creating Touch Sensing for Visual Images

FDA Drafts Brain-Computer Device Regulatory Guidance

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Food and Drug Administration is releasing for comment regulatory guidance for its review of implanted medical devices that connect human brains to computer systems. . . . → Read More: FDA Drafts Brain-Computer Device Regulatory Guidance

Blockchain Prototype Designed for Clinical Trial Data

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A bioinformatics lab developed a prototype system for securely transmitting and storing clinical trial data with blockchain that protects against corrupting trial records. . . . → Read More: Blockchain Prototype Designed for Clinical Trial Data

Prosthetic Hand Gives Better Sense of Position, Movement

Prosthetic hand

Prosthetic hand with a more natural sense of touch (Luca Rossini, EPFL)

22 Feb. 2019. An advance in prosthetics and robotics enables artificial hands to provide a more natural sense of position and reach in the dark or without looking at objects. Researchers from institutions in Switzerland and Italy describe this development in . . . → Read More: Prosthetic Hand Gives Better Sense of Position, Movement

Blockchain and Science, Not Ready for Prime Time

James Evans

A panel of data and behavioral scientists envision great potential for blockchain in science, but show few cases of blockchain in use today among researchers. . . . → Read More: Blockchain and Science, Not Ready for Prime Time