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Infographic – Americans Leery of Biometrics

Biometrics opinions chart

A solid majority of Americans express at least some doubts about biometrics for accessing computers, this weekend’s infographic. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Americans Leery of Biometrics

Wearable Patch Designed for Personal Warmth, Cooling

Heating-cooling patch

An electronic wearable device worn as a patch is designed to act like a personal heating or cooling system in uncomfortable ambient temperatures. . . . → Read More: Wearable Patch Designed for Personal Warmth, Cooling

3-D Printed Scaffold Helps Grow Skull Bone

Ramille Shah

A Northwestern University bio-materials lab demonstrated the growth of new bone in skulls of lab animals on scaffolds made with three-dimensional printers. . . . → Read More: 3-D Printed Scaffold Helps Grow Skull Bone

Chip Device Performs Detailed Cancer Cell Analysis

HydroSeq chip

A lab-on-a-chip device shows in tests with cancer patient blood samples to detect and analyze circulating tumor cells providing precise therapy targets. . . . → Read More: Chip Device Performs Detailed Cancer Cell Analysis

Smartphone System Screens for Ear Infections

Ear fluid app

Computer scientists and medical researchers created a screening device for children’s ear infections with an app and algorithm on an ordinary smartphone. . . . → Read More: Smartphone System Screens for Ear Infections

Trial Shows Surgical Pain Managed Without Opioids

Head in hands

Results from a clinical trial show patients recovered from their hernia surgeries with non-opioid pain medications, and stayed off opioids for 15 days. . . . → Read More: Trial Shows Surgical Pain Managed Without Opioids

Genomic Analysis Finds Lost Tomato Taste Gene

Tomato genetics

An analysis of genomes for all varieties of tomatoes, both wild and domesticated, found a rare gene variation that can make tomatoes tastier. . . . → Read More: Genomic Analysis Finds Lost Tomato Taste Gene

Company Helps Labs Build Gene, Cell Therapy Businesses

DNAmolcule model

A new company formed offering full-scale facilities to develop cell and gene therapy products spun-off from academic research labs. . . . → Read More: Company Helps Labs Build Gene, Cell Therapy Businesses

Gut Organ Chip Developed for Realistic Conditions

Human gut microbes

A bio-engineering group created a chip device that simulates human intestine tissue in the lab, but under more realistic conditions than before. . . . → Read More: Gut Organ Chip Developed for Realistic Conditions

FDA Issues Final Biosimilar Guidance

Pills and dollar bill

The Food and Drug Administration issued its final guidance on regulating the interchangeability of so-called biosimilars with original biologic drugs. . . . → Read More: FDA Issues Final Biosimilar Guidance