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Infographic: Countries with Highest Robot Density

Robotic density by country

Our friends at Statista published a chart this week showing installed industrial robots per 10,000 manufacturing workers. . . . → Read More: Infographic: Countries with Highest Robot Density

Nanotech Pain Drug Formulations Developed

A pharmaceutical researcher developed treatments for chronic pain, formulated as nanoscale droplets, that in tests with lab animals target the source of pain directly and use much smaller doses than current pain drugs. . . . → Read More: Nanotech Pain Drug Formulations Developed

Team Performance Explored in Multi-Sensory Work Sites

A research project is underway that examines the ways teams of workers adapt and perform in new industrial environments demanding attention to visual information as well as cues from sound and touch. . . . → Read More: Team Performance Explored in Multi-Sensory Work Sites

Genome Editing Yields Quality Beer Without Hops

Academic scientists studying synthetic biology with help from professional brewers used genome editing to engineer yeast that produces beer with the taste of hops, but without adding hops. . . . → Read More: Genome Editing Yields Quality Beer Without Hops

Company Formed to Develop Cancer Cell Therapies

The MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston is starting Optera Therapeutics Corp., a new company to commercialize its research on treating cancer with a patients’ own immune system cells. . . . → Read More: Company Formed to Develop Cancer Cell Therapies

3-D Printing Devised for Sensors in Soft Robotics

Engineering researchers developed techniques using three-dimensional printing that enables robotic devices made with soft materials, like those in health care, to sense more properties of objects they encounter. . . . → Read More: 3-D Printing Devised for Sensors in Soft Robotics

Lab Burns Graphene Circuits into Food, Fabrics

A chemistry lab at Rice University devised a process for producing graphene, a material that conducts electricity, in materials containing carbon, including fabrics and even food. . . . → Read More: Lab Burns Graphene Circuits into Food, Fabrics

Limited Industry Progress Seen on Microbial Resistance

A pharmaceutical industry coalition documents some advances after 2 years in developing better products and practices against antimicrobial resistance, but progress is limited and uneven. . . . → Read More: Limited Industry Progress Seen on Microbial Resistance

Continuous Flow Manufacturing In Space Station Test

Among the experiments carried to the International Space Station in mid-December is a test of continuous separations of one liquid from another, used in drug and chemical manufacturing. . . . → Read More: Continuous Flow Manufacturing In Space Station Test

Large-Scale Process Devised for Lab-Made Liver Tissue

Researchers in Japan and the U.S. created techniques for producing liver tissue in large quantities in the lab for transplant or drug testing. . . . → Read More: Large-Scale Process Devised for Lab-Made Liver Tissue