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Synthetic Blood Vessel Maker Gains $2.2M in Seed Funds

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A start-up company creating synthetic blood vessels for transplants, based on research in materials science and cell biology, is raising $2.2 million in seed funds. . . . → Read More: Synthetic Blood Vessel Maker Gains $2.2M in Seed Funds

3-D Printed Scaffold Helps Regrow Soft Tissue

Printed tissue scaffolds

Researchers developed a biodegradable polymer for printed implant scaffolds that in lab rodents maintains its shape to encourage cell and tissue growth. . . . → Read More: 3-D Printed Scaffold Helps Regrow Soft Tissue

Face Mask Sensor Detects Covid-19 Virus

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Engineers designed sensors made from bioactive materials integrated into fabrics, beginning with a face mask that detects the SARS-CoV-2 virus. . . . → Read More: Face Mask Sensor Detects Covid-19 Virus

Long-Acting Capsule Helps Reduce Opioid Use

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A capsule designed to take once a week is shown in animal tests to continuously deliver a craving-reduction drug in that time and suppress opioid intake. . . . → Read More: Long-Acting Capsule Helps Reduce Opioid Use

Flexible Electrodes Devised for Implanted Devices

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Biomedical engineers designed flexible electrodes that in lab tests safely connect and deliver electrical current to animal hearts and brains. . . . → Read More: Flexible Electrodes Devised for Implanted Devices

DNA Data Search, Retrieval Medium Designed

Digital DNA

A bioengineering team created a practical technique for using DNA as a medium to store and retrieve vast and rapidly growing volumes of data. . . . → Read More: DNA Data Search, Retrieval Medium Designed

Plant-Based Material Designed to Replace Plastics

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Biochemists created a polymer film derived from soy proteins in a sustainable process that can replace many of today’s single-use plastics. . . . → Read More: Plant-Based Material Designed to Replace Plastics

Biomanufacturing Materials Company Issues $500M IPO

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Zymergen Inc., a developer of materials made with synthetic biology for industrial products is raising $500 million in its initial public stock offering. . . . → Read More: Biomanufacturing Materials Company Issues $500M IPO

Concrete Mfring Processes Win CO2 Conversion Challenge

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Two companies with alternative techniques for manufacturing concrete won a challenge competition to convert carbon dioxide into useful products. . . . → Read More: Concrete Mfring Processes Win CO2 Conversion Challenge

Small Biz Grant Funds Wrist Fracture Adhesive

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A company developing a biocompatible material to aid bone healing will test the substance on treating simulated wrist fractures in large animals. . . . → Read More: Small Biz Grant Funds Wrist Fracture Adhesive