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Heart Tissue 3-D Printed in Space Station

Jessica Meir with bioprinter

A patch of human heart tissue returned to earth today after being produced with a three-dimensional printing system on the International Space Station. . . . → Read More: Heart Tissue 3-D Printed in Space Station

Semiconductors Developed to Emulate Nerve Cells

Solid state neuron

Physicists and neuroscientists created semiconductors that in lab simulations and tests with animal models perform like nerve cells for biological functions. . . . → Read More: Semiconductors Developed to Emulate Nerve Cells

Update – Enrollment Opens in Apple Medical Studies

Research app screenshots

Three medical research studies using Apple iPhones and watches as data collection devices are now available for enrollment with the company’s Research app. . . . → Read More: Update – Enrollment Opens in Apple Medical Studies

NIH Funds Augmented-Reality Endovascular System

Heart, circulation system

A grant from National Institutes of Health is funding a system using augmented reality and holography to improve minimally-invasive repair of blood vessels. . . . → Read More: NIH Funds Augmented-Reality Endovascular System

Hydrogel Shown Safe to Repair Heart Damage

Karen Christman

Results of a small-scale clinical trial show an experimental treatment using an injectable gel to repair damage from a heart attack is safe for patients. . . . → Read More: Hydrogel Shown Safe to Repair Heart Damage

New App for Medical Research, Studies Revealed

Apple Inc. plans to release a new medical research app and announced a series of studies for its use in women’s health, hearing, and heart health. . . . → Read More: New App for Medical Research, Studies Revealed

Math Model to Gauge Heart Attack Risk from Plaques

Heart, circulation system

An academic-industry collaboration is creating a non-invasive technique to detect rupture-prone plaque build-ups in arteries and predict one’s risk of heart attack. . . . → Read More: Math Model to Gauge Heart Attack Risk from Plaques

Nanotube Fibers Configured for Heart Repair

Inspecting a fiber

Medical and engineering researchers developed fibers made with nanoscale carbon tubes that in lab animals conducted electrical signals and repaired heart damage. . . . → Read More: Nanotube Fibers Configured for Heart Repair

Spray-On Hydrogel Reduces Heart Surgery Scar Tissue

Surgery

A biocompatible polymer gel, sprayed on the hearts of lab animals, reduces the severity of scar tissue that can build up after cardiac surgery. . . . → Read More: Spray-On Hydrogel Reduces Heart Surgery Scar Tissue

Algorithm Devised for Fast Heart Rhythm Screening

Heartbeat graphic

A machine-learning algorithm used with results from a standard electrocardiogram, is quickly able to detect irregular heart rhythms, a process that often takes much longer. . . . → Read More: Algorithm Devised for Fast Heart Rhythm Screening