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Licensing Deal for Bioinks in 3-D Printed Transplant Lungs

Human lungs illustration

A company in Maryland developing alternatives to human organ transplants is licensing a technology to help create 3-D printed lungs for transplantation with bioinks derived from tobacco plants. . . . → Read More: Licensing Deal for Bioinks in 3-D Printed Transplant Lungs

Nerve Stimulation Reduces Pain, Fatigue from Lupus

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Results from a clinical trial show external stimulation of a major nerve in the body helps relieve pan and fatigue in people with systemic lupus erythematosus, more commonly known as lupus. . . . → Read More: Nerve Stimulation Reduces Pain, Fatigue from Lupus

Infographic — Can Digital Tech Make a Better World?

Digital technology poll chart

Large segments of the public in 10 advanced countries — but not a majority — still believe digital technology can help solve many of the world’s challenges, such as poverty, hunger, and climate change. . . . → Read More: Infographic — Can Digital Tech Make a Better World?

How Ground Quality Affects Business Safety

Ground quality is just one factor that can affect a commercial property‚Äôs structural stability and sturdiness. . . . → Read More: How Ground Quality Affects Business Safety

Six Things To Know Before You Build Commercially

The only thing that you can do is arm yourself with all the information that you need to push the job ahead, and ensure that you have it in hand the whole way. . . . → Read More: Six Things To Know Before You Build Commercially

Health System Connects Mobile App to 250 Devices

Phone user

A health care system in Boston is developing a mobile app to make it easier to share data from 250 home and wearable devices that collect medically related information. . . . → Read More: Health System Connects Mobile App to 250 Devices

NIH Supporting Electronic Neuro Drug Test Technology

Neurons

A university spin-off enterprise is receiving funds from National Institute of Mental Health to develop a simple, reliable electronic device to evaluate effects of neurological drugs on brain cells. . . . → Read More: NIH Supporting Electronic Neuro Drug Test Technology

Robotic Exoskeleton Systems Studied for Industrial Workforce

Guardian XO exoskeleton

Control systems for whole-body robotic devices worn by industrial workers to help them perform their jobs are being designed and assessed by an academic-industry engineering team. . . . → Read More: Robotic Exoskeleton Systems Studied for Industrial Workforce

Infectious Disease Sequencing Service, Training Launched

Aedes albopictus mosquito

A cloud-based open-source genomic sequencing program is underway to identify the source and nature of infectious diseases anywhere in the world. . . . → Read More: Infectious Disease Sequencing Service, Training Launched

Virtual Knee Replacement Rehab Shown Less Costly

Knee joint X-ray

Early results from a clinical trial show a virtual rehabilitation program for people with total knee replacement surgery works as well as conventional rehab methods, but at a lower cost. . . . → Read More: Virtual Knee Replacement Rehab Shown Less Costly