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Polymer-Coated Microparticles Boost Food Nutrition

Table and kitchen salt

An engineering team designed a process for adding and protecting tiny particles of nutrients in foods, boosting their nutritional value even when cooked. . . . → Read More: Polymer-Coated Microparticles Boost Food Nutrition

Spray Fiber Process Designed for Wound Bandages

EStAD device drawing

An engineering team created a portable device that in lab tests sprays bio-compatible fibers on simulated wound surfaces to promote healing. . . . → Read More: Spray Fiber Process Designed for Wound Bandages

Liquid Injectable Electrodes Designed for Nerve Stimulation

Kip Ludwig with syringe

In lab animal tests, an injectable silicon-metal material performs as well as conventional electrodes for electrical nerve stimulation, an emerging therapy for pain. . . . → Read More: Liquid Injectable Electrodes Designed for Nerve Stimulation

Graphene Material Designed for Wearable Devices

Graphene illustration

An engineering lab devised techniques for better adapting the material graphene to handle the physical stresses imposed by wearable devices. . . . → Read More: Graphene Material Designed for Wearable Devices

FDA Tags Biofilm Disruption Device as Breakthrough

MRSA bacteria

A system using an electric current to break up bacterial communities on orthopedic implants received a breakthrough-device designation from the Food and Drug Administration. . . . → Read More: FDA Tags Biofilm Disruption Device as Breakthrough

Touch Senses Added to Synthetic Skin, Robot Arm

Skin-On Interface

Computer scientists in the U.K. and France created techniques for adding a refined sense of touch to highly sensitive artificial skin and an inexpensive robotic arm. . . . → Read More: Touch Senses Added to Synthetic Skin, Robot Arm

High-Speed Industrial 3-D Printing Demonstrated

HARP system

An engineering team developed a high-speed three-dimensional printing process that can produce large, detailed items of various materials on demand. . . . → Read More: High-Speed Industrial 3-D Printing Demonstrated

Peanut Allergy Patch Under FDA Review

Peanutes in shells

A device to build a tolerance of peanuts in children with a peanut allergy, worn like a patch on the skin, is under review by the Food and Drug Administration. . . . → Read More: Peanut Allergy Patch Under FDA Review

Synthetic Skin Designed with Sense of Touch

Artificial skin

Robotics and materials science labs developed a soft, thin, flexible material that senses and responds like an electronic sense of touch. . . . → Read More: Synthetic Skin Designed with Sense of Touch

Gel, Crispr Help Defeat Cancer Drug Obstacles

Crispr-Cas9 illustration

A high-powered binding protein, formulated as a gel and targeted by Crispr gene editing is shown in lab mice to precisely deliver drugs and kill cancer cells. . . . → Read More: Gel, Crispr Help Defeat Cancer Drug Obstacles