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Polymer-Coated Microparticles Boost Food Nutrition

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An engineering team designed a process for adding and protecting tiny particles of nutrients in foods, boosting their nutritional value even when cooked. . . . → Read More: Polymer-Coated Microparticles Boost Food Nutrition

Safety Reports Analyzed with A.I. to Reduce Medical Errors

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Research is underway to write algorithms for analyzing free text and other unstructured data in safety report databases to reduce medical errors. . . . → Read More: Safety Reports Analyzed with A.I. to Reduce Medical Errors

Spray Fiber Process Designed for Wound Bandages

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An engineering team created a portable device that in lab tests sprays bio-compatible fibers on simulated wound surfaces to promote healing. . . . → Read More: Spray Fiber Process Designed for Wound Bandages

Digital Meds Boost Hepatitis C Drug Adherence

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A system with electronic sensors added to pills helps people known to skip taking medications stick with their drugs prescribed for hepatitis C. . . . → Read More: Digital Meds Boost Hepatitis C Drug Adherence

Liquid Injectable Electrodes Designed for Nerve Stimulation

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In lab animal tests, an injectable silicon-metal material performs as well as conventional electrodes for electrical nerve stimulation, an emerging therapy for pain. . . . → Read More: Liquid Injectable Electrodes Designed for Nerve Stimulation

New Company Using A.I. to Discover Mental Health Drugs

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A new enterprise combining resources from biotechnology and artificial intelligence aims to find safer and more effective treatments for psychiatric disorders. . . . → Read More: New Company Using A.I. to Discover Mental Health Drugs

Infographic – Q3 A.I. Health Investments Set Record

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Venture capital funding for companies worldwide building artificial intelligence solutions in health care set new highs in the third quarter of 2019. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Q3 A.I. Health Investments Set Record

Phone-Based Infectious Disease Diagnostics Being Developed

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An engineering lab is building a system for diagnosing viral infectious diseases with blood samples analyzed by a smartphone add-on. . . . → Read More: Phone-Based Infectious Disease Diagnostics Being Developed

Artificial Kidney Component Passes Preclinical Test

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A miniaturized bio-electronic device implanted in a pig can process filtered blood like a real kidney without triggering an immune response or blood clots. . . . → Read More: Artificial Kidney Component Passes Preclinical Test

Chip Device More Accurate for Drug Toxicity Than Animals

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A plastic chip device lined with liver cells is shown to better predict drug toxicity in humans than lab animals, including drugs that progressed to failed clinical trials. . . . → Read More: Chip Device More Accurate for Drug Toxicity Than Animals