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Blood Cells Transport Enzymes to Slow Cancer Spread

Red blood cells and nanoparticles

Researchers devised a technique that in lab mice carries immune system enzymes on red blood cells to stop the spread of cancer in the lungs. . . . → Read More: Blood Cells Transport Enzymes to Slow Cancer Spread

Start-Up Gains Drug Nanoparticle Manufacturing Tech

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A new enterprise spun-off from University of Connecticut is acquiring a technology for continuous manufacturing of nanoscale drug particles. . . . → Read More: Start-Up Gains Drug Nanoparticle Manufacturing Tech

Flexible Device Attaches to Heart, Monitors Functions

Heart health

Biomedical engineers designed a thin flexible implantable patch that attaches to the heart, monitors its functions, and can perform therapeutics. . . . → Read More: Flexible Device Attaches to Heart, Monitors Functions

Carb-X Funding Nanoscale Sponge to Treat Sepsis

Hospital room

A company developing tiny particles made of cellular material to soak-up toxins in the body received a $4 million award to advance its sepsis treatment. . . . → Read More: Carb-X Funding Nanoscale Sponge to Treat Sepsis

BARDA Funding Vaccine Patch Clinical Trial

Nanopatch system

The U.S. government’s medical preparedness agency is funding a clinical trial of a patch that dispenses vaccines with a much lower dose than syringes. . . . → Read More: BARDA Funding Vaccine Patch Clinical Trial

Wireless Sensor Detects Multiple Covid-19 Indicators

RapidPlex sensor and circuits

Biomedical engineers designed a lab-on-a-chip sensor that quickly detects SARS-CoV-2 viruses in saliva or blood, as well as antibodies and indicators of disease severity. . . . → Read More: Wireless Sensor Detects Multiple Covid-19 Indicators

Small Biz Grant Funds Covid-19 Disinfectant Spray

Spray bottle

A Florida start-up company is developing a fast-acting disinfectant spray that dries on contact, yet still kills Covid-19 viruses on surfaces. . . . → Read More: Small Biz Grant Funds Covid-19 Disinfectant Spray

Venture Fund Plans $350M for Biotech Start-Ups

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A new venture fund plans investments in early-stage life science companies addressing critical needs in therapeutics, but also agriculture and industrial biotechnology. . . . → Read More: Venture Fund Plans $350M for Biotech Start-Ups

Tough Surgical Adhesive Commercially Licensed

Gel adhesive

A bio-materials company is acquiring the rights to develop dental sutures and membranes from an adhesive gel developed in a university lab. . . . → Read More: Tough Surgical Adhesive Commercially Licensed

Coating Deactivates Covid-19 Viruses on Surfaces

William Ducker

A chemical engineering lab developed a coating that when applied to surfaces quickly inactivates viruses responsible for Covid-19 infections. . . . → Read More: Coating Deactivates Covid-19 Viruses on Surfaces