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FDA Clears Targeted Breast Cancer Radiation Treatment

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved a device that sends high doses of radiation to cancerous breast tissue while sparing healthy tissue nearby. . . . → Read More: FDA Clears Targeted Breast Cancer Radiation Treatment

Cell Engineering Company Launches, Raises $4.7 Million

A company designing biological circuits with techniques derived from computer-assisted design like those used in semiconductors is starting up in Cambridge, Massachusetts. . . . → Read More: Cell Engineering Company Launches, Raises $4.7 Million

Super High-Resolution Photo Sensor Developed

Engineers at Dartmouth College developed a sensor that captures light signals at high speed and resolution down to the level of individual photons. . . . → Read More: Super High-Resolution Photo Sensor Developed

Agriculture Tech Start-Up Accelerator to Open

A group supporting start-up companies and entrepreneurs developing new technologies in food and agriculture plans to begin next month in Minneapolis, Minnesota. . . . → Read More: Agriculture Tech Start-Up Accelerator to Open

Emergency Sealant Gel Developed for Eye Injuries

A medical engineering team created a gel material that safely closes injured eye tissue until surgical treatments can be given. . . . → Read More: Emergency Sealant Gel Developed for Eye Injuries

Cell Programming Company Raises $49.5M in Early Funds

A start-up enterprise creating add-on treatments that program the effects of cell and gene therapies is raising $49.5 million in its first venture funding round. . . . → Read More: Cell Programming Company Raises $49.5M in Early Funds

Engineered Cells Identify Rare Epilepsy Drug Candidates

A process using high-speed screening of drug candidates with genetically engineered cells identified potential drugs to treat a rare form of childhood epilepsy. . . . → Read More: Engineered Cells Identify Rare Epilepsy Drug Candidates

Protein Made by Synthetic Bacteria with Expanded DNA

An academic-industry lab team produced a synthetic protein from an engineered bacteria, with DNA modified to expand its number of chemical coding components. . . . → Read More: Protein Made by Synthetic Bacteria with Expanded DNA

Survey: More Research Patents, Start-Ups in 2016

A survey of universities and other institutions shows the number of patent filings and new start-up companies resulting from federally-funded research climbed in 2016. . . . → Read More: Survey: More Research Patents, Start-Ups in 2016

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