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Three Trends Driving Automation in Industry

If you want to get ahead, you need a clear understanding of the automation trends that are currently driving change in industrial businesses. . . . → Read More: Three Trends Driving Automation in Industry

Registry Tracking Long-Term Covid-19 Impacts

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A study now underway is tracking long-term effects of Covid-19 infections using real-world data from electronic sources provided by patients. . . . → Read More: Registry Tracking Long-Term Covid-19 Impacts

Universities Form Joint Engineering Patent Pool

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A group of 15 American universities are putting part of their engineering patents into a common licensing pool for commercial development. . . . → Read More: Universities Form Joint Engineering Patent Pool

Micro-Robot Designed to Aid Internal Laser Surgery

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An engineering team demonstrated a small robotic device that fits on current surgical equipment to improve laser surgery inside the body. . . . → Read More: Micro-Robot Designed to Aid Internal Laser Surgery

Digital Therapeutics Designed for Cancer/Covid-19 Stress

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A digital health company is partnering with cancer advocacy organizations to provide electronic therapies to help patients deal with stresses from Covid-19. . . . → Read More: Digital Therapeutics Designed for Cancer/Covid-19 Stress

Synthetic Biology Company Raises $105M in New Funds

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A company developing cellular and genetic therapies for cancer designed like electronic circuits is raising $105 million in its second venture round. . . . → Read More: Synthetic Biology Company Raises $105M in New Funds

Three Industries Transformed by 3D Printing

In time, it’s likely that most industries will benefit from 3D printing in some way, but these are some of the areas that will be impacted the most. . . . → Read More: Three Industries Transformed by 3D Printing

VR Assessed for Job Re-Entry After Brain Injury

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The Kessler Foundation is studying virtual reality as a tool to help people with traumatic brain injuries prepare to re-enter the work force. . . . → Read More: VR Assessed for Job Re-Entry After Brain Injury

Student Lab Wins Covid-19 Mask Challenge

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An interdisciplinary university student lab won top prize in a design competition for a new type of face mask to block Covid-19 transmissions. . . . → Read More: Student Lab Wins Covid-19 Mask Challenge

Neuro Device Shown to Relieve Adolescent Migraine Pain

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Findings from a clinical trial show a wearable device sending electronic signals into the nervous system relieves migraine pain in children age 12 to 17. . . . → Read More: Neuro Device Shown to Relieve Adolescent Migraine Pain