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Kidney Diagnostics Receive FDA Breakthrough Tag

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An algorithm-driven diagnostic test for chronic kidney disease is receiving a breakthrough device designation from the Food and Drug Administration. . . . → Read More: Kidney Diagnostics Receive FDA Breakthrough Tag

Biotech, NIH Partner on Opioid Alternative Discovery

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A company creating human tissue samples from stem cells is partnering with National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, or NCATS, to help find new alternatives to opioid drugs. . . . → Read More: Biotech, NIH Partner on Opioid Alternative Discovery

Leaf-Based Process Produces Low-Cost Enzymes

Tobacco plants

A University of Pennsylvania lab is developing a process for producing enzymes, chemicals from organisms that act as catalysts, in green leafy plants at low cost. . . . → Read More: Leaf-Based Process Produces Low-Cost Enzymes

Start-Up Analyzes Images to Determine Medical Condition

Stewart Wang

A new company provides a service that determines a person’s condition for disease treatments based on indicators derived from an analysis of huge medical-image databases. . . . → Read More: Start-Up Analyzes Images to Determine Medical Condition

Infographic – Venture Deals Cool Off in Q1 2019

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Venture capital investments worldwide declined in the first quarter of 2019, compared to the near record-setting pace of the last 3 months of 2018. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Venture Deals Cool Off in Q1 2019

Human-Friendly Robot Designed for A.I.

Blue robot and developers

A robotics team at University of California in Berkeley designed a device to learn about humans’ needs with artificial intelligence and respond gently to their presence. . . . → Read More: Human-Friendly Robot Designed for A.I.

Recruitment 101 – Attracting The Best Talent

Attracting the brightest minds to the jobs you have on offer needn’t be as tricky as you first thought. . . . → Read More: Recruitment 101 – Attracting The Best Talent

How Project Management is Like A.I.

Some aspects of machine learning will seem quite familiar to project managers dealing with complex and fluid environments. . . . → Read More: How Project Management is Like A.I.

Virtual Reality Harnessed to View Inside Blood Vessels

Pelvic region angiogram

A medical team demonstrated the feasibility of virtual reality to visualize and guide a catheter inside blood vessels through a three-dimensional human model. . . . → Read More: Virtual Reality Harnessed to View Inside Blood Vessels

Biotechs Join Forces for Off-the-Shelf Stem Cells

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Two biotechnology enterprises working in genome editing and regenerative medicine are sharing their technologies to develop off-the-shelf cell therapies. . . . → Read More: Biotechs Join Forces for Off-the-Shelf Stem Cells