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Simple Blood Test System Detects Brain Injuries

An engineering team at Purdue University designed a system that detects indicators of traumatic brain injuries in lab tests with one or two drops of blood. . . . → Read More: Simple Blood Test System Detects Brain Injuries

Process Devised for Continuous Stem Cell Production

Researchers in the U.K. developed a process for closed-loop continuous production and collection of large quantities of stem cells for therapies. . . . → Read More: Process Devised for Continuous Stem Cell Production

Thin, Flexible, Lower-Cost Motion Sensors Developed

Engineers in the U.S. and France created and tested motion-detecting sensors more flexible and thinner than today’s sensors, and made with a low-cost process. . . . → Read More: Thin, Flexible, Lower-Cost Motion Sensors Developed

FDA Clears First Sensor-Pill and App System

The Food and Drug Administration approved for the first time in the U.S. a system that combines pills with built-in sensors and a mobile app to track adherence. . . . → Read More: FDA Clears First Sensor-Pill and App System

Infographic: Largest Hacker Breaches and Regulation Tech

Among the most visible and challenging regulatory issues for companies is security breaches, where companies’ systems are attacked with valuable data stolen. . . . → Read More: Infographic: Largest Hacker Breaches and Regulation Tech

Math Models to Predict Animal-Borne Disease Outbreaks

A team of ecologists and mathematicians is applying machine learning and statistical models to forecast outbreaks of zoonotic diseases, those spread to humans from animals. . . . → Read More: Math Models to Predict Animal-Borne Disease Outbreaks

Cancer Center, Analytics Company Partner on Precision Care

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York is collaborating with health care analytics company Cota Inc. to offer more precise care strategies for patients. . . . → Read More: Cancer Center, Analytics Company Partner on Precision Care

Open-Source Model Devised to Value Medical Technologies

An initiative joining most major health care stakeholders is developing models to calculate the value of medical treatments, with a process described as open and transparent. . . . → Read More: Open-Source Model Devised to Value Medical Technologies

Autonomous, Human-Friendly Forklifts Being Developed

An academic-industry team in Europe is developing new forklift vehicles that can work safely alongside humans in warehouses. . . . → Read More: Autonomous, Human-Friendly Forklifts Being Developed

Lab-On-Chip Device Simulates Tumor Microenvironment

Biomedical engineers designed a device that simulates the supportive environment in which tumors grow, and in tests was shown to work as well as lab mice for assessing cancer drugs. . . . → Read More: Lab-On-Chip Device Simulates Tumor Microenvironment