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Defense Dept Funding Fast TBI Diagnostics Kit

Road-side bomb

A medical device company in Finland is receiving a U.S. Department of Defense grant to develop a kit for soldiers in the field to quickly detect concussions. . . . → Read More: Defense Dept Funding Fast TBI Diagnostics Kit

DoD Funding Vaccine, Therapy Delivery Device

Field medical care

The U.S. Department of Defense is supporting creation of a small, portable device that safely sends vaccines and therapies through the skin. . . . → Read More: DoD Funding Vaccine, Therapy Delivery Device

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

MIT, Air Force to Open A.I. Accelerator Lab

USAF maintenance

The U.S. Air Force is funding research at Massachusetts Institute of Technology to speed development of artificial intelligence advances for its mission. . . . → Read More: MIT, Air Force to Open A.I. Accelerator Lab

Foundation Studies Robotic Arm-Wrist Assist Device

MyoPro device

A not-for-profit foundation is evaluating a robotic device to help people with spinal cord injuries regain use of their arm, wrist, and hand after a spinal cord injury. . . . → Read More: Foundation Studies Robotic Arm-Wrist Assist Device

3-D Printed Scaffolds with Stem Cells, Sensors Studied to Repair Bones

3-D printed bone scaffold

A bioengineering lab at University of Arizona is researching new techniques with three-dimensional printing, stem cells, and sensors to repair severe bone fractures. . . . → Read More: 3-D Printed Scaffolds with Stem Cells, Sensors Studied to Repair Bones

Trials to Test Stem Cell Treatments for Eye Injuries

Retina close-up

A series of clinical trials are planned to test the use of adult stem cells to treat injuries to the eyes that lead to vision loss. . . . → Read More: Trials to Test Stem Cell Treatments for Eye Injuries

Exosuit Designed for Personalized Walking Help

Military exosuit

A wearable robotic exoskeleton designed into textiles to provide personalized assistance is shown in lab and field tests to reduce the amount effort needed to walk long distances. . . . → Read More: Exosuit Designed for Personalized Walking Help

Platform to Integrate Robotics, Synthetic Biology, A.I.

Microbes

Two companies are developing a new model for a cloud-based platform that makes possible automated collaborative research with artificial intelligence in synthetic biology. . . . → Read More: Platform to Integrate Robotics, Synthetic Biology, A.I.

FDA Clears First Blood Test for Concussions

The Food and Drug Administration authorized for marketing in the U.S. a blood test that screens for chemical indicators in the blood for concussions, a form of traumatic brain injury. . . . → Read More: FDA Clears First Blood Test for Concussions