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Smartwatch Monitor Boosts Parkinson’s Care

PKG System

A university in the U.K. designed a home-based care plan for people with Parkinson’s disease that uses a smartwatch device to monitor their conditions. . . . → Read More: Smartwatch Monitor Boosts Parkinson’s Care

FDA Expands Evidence Project to Replace Trials

Data and person graphic

The Food and Drug Administration is expanding a demonstration project with a Boston teaching hospital that tests the value of real world evidence to replace some clinical trials. . . . → Read More: FDA Expands Evidence Project to Replace Trials

FDA Approves Single Dual-Drug Pill for HIV

HIV released from cell

The Food and Drug Administration approved a daily pill with 2 drugs to lower viral loads in people with HIV, but who have not yet taken other HIV drugs. . . . → Read More: FDA Approves Single Dual-Drug Pill for HIV

Biotechs Partner on Gene Silencing in $1.1B Deal

Retinal gene therapy

Two biotechnology companies plan to develop new therapies mainly for eye and neurological diseases that silence genes responsible for those conditions. . . . → Read More: Biotechs Partner on Gene Silencing in $1.1B Deal

Process Devised for Sensor-Fitted Personal Prosthetics

Josie Fraticelli and Blake Honson

Biomedical engineers developed techniques to produce low-cost personalized electronic-enabled prosthetic devices for people with limb loss. . . . → Read More: Process Devised for Sensor-Fitted Personal Prosthetics

NIH Launches Universal Flu Vaccine Trial

3-D print of influenza virus

A clinical trial testing a vaccine designed to prevent infections from many influenza strains is underway at National Institutes of Health. . . . → Read More: NIH Launches Universal Flu Vaccine Trial

Virtual Reality Harnessed to View Inside Blood Vessels

Pelvic region angiogram

A medical team demonstrated the feasibility of virtual reality to visualize and guide a catheter inside blood vessels through a three-dimensional human model. . . . → Read More: Virtual Reality Harnessed to View Inside Blood Vessels

Biotechs Join Forces for Off-the-Shelf Stem Cells

Crispr genome edits illustration

Two biotechnology enterprises working in genome editing and regenerative medicine are sharing their technologies to develop off-the-shelf cell therapies. . . . → Read More: Biotechs Join Forces for Off-the-Shelf Stem Cells

Science-Based Careers You Should Consider

In this article, we are going to take a look at some of the best careers that you might want to consider if you want to do something which is scientific. . . . → Read More: Science-Based Careers You Should Consider

Radiation-Antibody Biotech Raises $105M in Venture Funds

John Valiant

A company creating cancer treatments that combine radiation therapy with the targeting of synthetic antibodies is raising $105 million in its second round of venture financing. . . . → Read More: Radiation-Antibody Biotech Raises $105M in Venture Funds