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Trial Testing Paramedic-Delivered Stroke Drug

Ambulance

A clinical trial is getting underway testing a treatment for stroke delivered to patients by emergency medical technicians on the way to the hospital. . . . → Read More: Trial Testing Paramedic-Delivered Stroke Drug

Artificial DNA Designed to Control Drug Delivery

DNA nanoparticle release

Researchers in Germany are developing techniques with artificial DNA and hydrogel designed to control the sequence of drugs delivered into the body. . . . → Read More: Artificial DNA Designed to Control Drug Delivery

Augmented Reality, A.I. Harnessed to Visualize Pain

Dental work

Researchers at University of Michigan created a system with real-time neurological imaging, algorithms, and augmented reality to detect and visualize a patient’s pain. . . . → Read More: Augmented Reality, A.I. Harnessed to Visualize Pain

Two Biotechs Each Issue $300M+ IPOs

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Two biotechnology enterprises in the U.S. issued their initial public stock offerings yesterday, with each company raising at least $300 million in their transactions. . . . → Read More: Two Biotechs Each Issue $300M+ IPOs

Engineered Microbe Bio-Sensors Added to Robotic Arm

E. coli

Genetically-altered E. coli bacteria can act as sensors for certain chemicals, when installed on a programmable robotic arm and gripper. . . . → Read More: Engineered Microbe Bio-Sensors Added to Robotic Arm

Early Space Bio-Experiments Detailed in New Book

Harrison Schmitt, Apollo 17

A new book by David Warmflash, MD tells about interactions and experiences of humans with the moon, from legends and myths in ancient civilizations to projections for future colonies. . . . → Read More: Early Space Bio-Experiments Detailed in New Book

Company Launches Attacking Cancer Proteins, Lands $67M

Cancer magnified

A new enterprise is starting-up to develop treatments that target cancer-causing proteins considered unreachable with current therapies. . . . → Read More: Company Launches Attacking Cancer Proteins, Lands $67M

Gut Microbe Linked to Longer Exercise Endurance

2014 Boston Marathon

An analysis of gut microbes from elite athletes identified a particular bacterial strain, which in tests with lab mice boosted their exercise endurance. . . . → Read More: Gut Microbe Linked to Longer Exercise Endurance

CBD Shown Effective Against Staph, Strep Bacteria

MRSA bacteria

Tests of synthetic cannabidiol, or CBD, show the compound is as effective as current antibiotics against a class of microbes that includes Staphyloccocus and Streptococcus bacteria. . . . → Read More: CBD Shown Effective Against Staph, Strep Bacteria

Energy-Efficient Process Devised for Nano-Emulsions

Water drops

A more efficient process using less energy is being developed for producing emulsions with tiny droplets to deliver drugs or cosmetics through the skin. . . . → Read More: Energy-Efficient Process Devised for Nano-Emulsions