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Ingested X-Ray Capsule Shown Safe, Feasible

C-Scan capsule

Results from a small-scale clinical trial show an ingested capsule to diagnose potential colon tumors is safe and feasible for most patients. . . . → Read More: Ingested X-Ray Capsule Shown Safe, Feasible

First Therapies Selected for Multi-Drug ALS Trial

Brain cell networks

A clinical trial is getting underway to test five treatment candidates for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS, beginning with the first three therapies. . . . → Read More: First Therapies Selected for Multi-Drug ALS Trial

Stanford, Berkeley, MIT Top Undergrad Start-Up Ranking

Shop open sign

Stanford University, University of California in Berkeley, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology lead the undergraduate programs producing founders of start-up companies in 2019. . . . → Read More: Stanford, Berkeley, MIT Top Undergrad Start-Up Ranking

Nanotech Vaccine Aids Melanoma Immunotherapy

Ronit Satchi-Fainaro

A vaccine made with nanoscale peptide particles can prevent the occurrence of melanoma in lab mice, and treat the condition when combined with other drugs. . . . → Read More: Nanotech Vaccine Aids Melanoma Immunotherapy

A.I. Chip Start-Up Raises $23M in Early Funds

A start-up enterprise is developing computer chips designed to run artificial intelligence, or A.I., applications but with an architecture it says can avoid memory logjams. . . . → Read More: A.I. Chip Start-Up Raises $23M in Early Funds

FDA Clears Wearable App Device for Migraine

Nerivio Migra patch

The Food and Drug Administration authorized a wearable nerve-stimulation device controlled by a mobile app to treat acute migraine headaches. . . . → Read More: FDA Clears Wearable App Device for Migraine

High-Speed 3-D Organ Printing in Development

Green laser beams

A research team in Europe and Israel is devising a new process for faster bio-printing of human organs with three-dimensional printing. . . . → Read More: High-Speed 3-D Organ Printing in Development

Flying, Driving Drone Robot Unveiled

FSTAR hybrid robot

A robot device is being developed that can fly through the air and drive along the ground with a single motor, and adjust its width for tight spaces. . . . → Read More: Flying, Driving Drone Robot Unveiled

Trial Testing MRI, Ultrasound as Alzheimer’s Therapy

Vibhor Krishna

A clinical trial is testing focused ultrasound waves guided by MRI scans to penetrate the blood-brain barrier and clear toxic proteins from the brain. . . . → Read More: Trial Testing MRI, Ultrasound as Alzheimer’s Therapy

Human Heart 3-D Printed from Patient Cells

3-D printed heart

A biomedical engineering team printed a three-dimensional scale model of a human heart, including blood vessels, from cells donated by a living person. . . . → Read More: Human Heart 3-D Printed from Patient Cells