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Foundation Backs Engineered T-Cells to Treat Lymphoma

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A new initiative is researching modified immune system cells to treat T-cell lymphoma, a type of blood-related cancer, with a simpler, lower-cost process. . . . → Read More: Foundation Backs Engineered T-Cells to Treat Lymphoma

Consortium to Speed Vaccine Production

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An alliance of research organizations is designing ways to cut the time needed to develop, test, and manufacture new vaccines to as little as 6 months. . . . → Read More: Consortium to Speed Vaccine Production

RNA Therapy Studied for Parkinson’s Side Effects

Kathy Steece-Collier

Medical researchers are developing a treatment for a frequent side-effect of Parkinson’s disease drugs using a corrective RNA molecule to reverse the condition. . . . → Read More: RNA Therapy Studied for Parkinson’s Side Effects

Start-up Funds Univ. Medical Cannabis Research

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A developer of therapies derived from cannabis is sponsoring a 3-year basic and translational research program, including clinical trials, at Imperial College London. . . . → Read More: Start-up Funds Univ. Medical Cannabis Research

Govt. Shutdown Disrupts U.S. Science

U.S. Capitol

Several agencies that run or finance labs are closed, due to the lapse of funding for about a quarter of federal departments that began on 22 December. . . . → Read More: Govt. Shutdown Disrupts U.S. Science

Chip Device to Test Gut Infections on Space Station

Tissue on intestine chip

A device with human intestine tissue and cells will be launched into space to test effects of weightlessness on immune functions and bacterial infections in the gastrointestinal tract. . . . → Read More: Chip Device to Test Gut Infections on Space Station

Virtual Reality Illness Fix in Development

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A computer science and engineering team in Texas is developing a technical solution for virtual reality experiences that can make some users physically ill, with symptoms like seasickness. . . . → Read More: Virtual Reality Illness Fix in Development

Project to Catalog Precision Lung Cancer Immunotherapies

Lung cancer development

A new research initiative in the U.K. is collecting and mapping precise combinations of therapies that invoke the immune system to treat lung cancer. . . . → Read More: Project to Catalog Precision Lung Cancer Immunotherapies

Personalized Computer Models Developed for Heart Disease

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Researchers in the U.K. are developing computer models of heart functions that enable physicians to simulate recommended treatments for individual patients to gauge and optimize their outcomes. . . . → Read More: Personalized Computer Models Developed for Heart Disease

3-D Printed Scaffolds with Stem Cells, Sensors Studied to Repair Bones

3-D printed bone scaffold

A bioengineering lab at University of Arizona is researching new techniques with three-dimensional printing, stem cells, and sensors to repair severe bone fractures. . . . → Read More: 3-D Printed Scaffolds with Stem Cells, Sensors Studied to Repair Bones