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Gene-Edited Stem Cells Reduce Cocaine Seeking, Overdoses

Cocaine addiction

The genome-editing technique Crispr used with stem cells is shown to release enzymes that reduce cocaine-seeking behavior in lab mice and protect against overdoses. . . . → Read More: Gene-Edited Stem Cells Reduce Cocaine Seeking, Overdoses

Exosuit Designed for Personalized Walking Help

Military exosuit

A wearable robotic exoskeleton designed into textiles to provide personalized assistance is shown in lab and field tests to reduce the amount effort needed to walk long distances. . . . → Read More: Exosuit Designed for Personalized Walking Help

Patents Awarded for Stem Cell Heart Disease Technologies

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

A company developing treatments for heart disease using stem cells to regenerate healthy heart tissue received two new patents for techniques supporting its core processes. . . . → Read More: Patents Awarded for Stem Cell Heart Disease Technologies

Univ. Spin-Off Developing A.I.-Boosted Heart Monitor

Heartbeat graphic

A new enterprise in the U.K. is developing a wearable heart monitor that diagnoses irregular heart rhythms with artificial intelligence using cloud-based algorithms. . . . → Read More: Univ. Spin-Off Developing A.I.-Boosted Heart Monitor

Simple, Less Expensive Ultrasound Probe Developed

Polymer ultrasound team

Developers of polymer ultrasound device, L-R: Robert Rohling, Carolos Gerardo, and Edmond Cretu (Clare Kiernan, University of British Columbia)

12 September 2018. Engineers designed a device that sends and receives ultrasound signals with polymer plastics instead of silicon-based circuits, which can lower the cost of medical images. A team at University of British Columbia . . . → Read More: Simple, Less Expensive Ultrasound Probe Developed

A.I. to Identify Treatment Drivers for Colorectal Cancer

Data and person graphic

A study will soon get underway with artificial intelligence and simulation analyzing data from clinical trials to identify factors behind responses to a treatment for colorectal cancer. . . . → Read More: A.I. to Identify Treatment Drivers for Colorectal Cancer

Machine Learning Detects More Cancer Mutations

Population genetics

Medical researchers and data scientists developed a system for analyzing genomic data from cancer patients that accurately detects more cancer-causing mutations than other current techniques. . . . → Read More: Machine Learning Detects More Cancer Mutations

Start-Up Offers Digital Health Prescriptions, Raises $1.8M

Texting

A new enterprise that offers electronic health service prescriptions is raising $1.8 million in seed funds and starting a program for prescribing digital health services simultaneously to groups of people. . . . → Read More: Start-Up Offers Digital Health Prescriptions, Raises $1.8M

Smartphone Device IDs Dangerous Mosquitoes

Mosquito analyzer

A study shows a smartphone-based system can quickly and inexpensively identify the species of mosquito that carries many infectious diseases, as well as a natural enemy of those mosquitoes. . . . → Read More: Smartphone Device IDs Dangerous Mosquitoes

FDA to Test New Trial Designs, Assess A.I. Models

Scott Gottlieb

FDA plans to pilot test new types of complex clinical trials and is considering a procedure to evaluate machine learning algorithms used in diagnostics. . . . → Read More: FDA to Test New Trial Designs, Assess A.I. Models