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Implanted Guide Helps Regrow Damaged Body Nerves

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A bio-compatible conduit is shown in tests with monkeys to promote regrowth of damaged nerve fibers, like those suffered in traumatic injuries. . . . → Read More: Implanted Guide Helps Regrow Damaged Body Nerves

Organoids Developed for Precision Cancer Treatments

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A medical engineering team developed personalized organoid lab models with cancer cells that predict patient responses and may even replace immunotherapy drugs. . . . → Read More: Organoids Developed for Precision Cancer Treatments

Light-Activated Gel Breaks Down Implanted Devices

Bariatric balloon

A medical engineering team developed a light-sensitive polymer gel that activates compounds to break down implanted or ingested devices. . . . → Read More: Light-Activated Gel Breaks Down Implanted Devices

Protein Tags Devised to Stop Counterfeit Drugs

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A bio-engineering lab developed a tiny edible tag from natural proteins that uniquely identifies individual doses of medicines to prevent counterfeiting. . . . → Read More: Protein Tags Devised to Stop Counterfeit Drugs

Organoid in Chip Device Better Simulates Gut Functions

Tissue on intestine chip

A chip device simulating intestinal functions, bolstered by a gut tissue organoid, behaves more like a human intestine in lab tests than the gut organoid alone. . . . → Read More: Organoid in Chip Device Better Simulates Gut Functions

UPMC to Invest $1 Billion in Medical Enterprises

UPMC lab

UPMC, the medical center affiliated with University of Pittsburgh, plans to invest $1 billion in life science advances, with spin-off companies as part of its strategy. . . . → Read More: UPMC to Invest $1 Billion in Medical Enterprises

Light-Activated Brain Electrodes in Development

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A wireless electrode activated by light waves is being developed to connect with nerve cells in the brain that promises to make brain-computer connections safer. . . . → Read More: Light-Activated Brain Electrodes in Development

Heart Tissue 3-D Printed in Space Station

Jessica Meir with bioprinter

A patch of human heart tissue returned to earth today after being produced with a three-dimensional printing system on the International Space Station. . . . → Read More: Heart Tissue 3-D Printed in Space Station

Laser Images, A.I. Diagnose Brain Tumors

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Results of a clinical trial show laser images analyzed by machine learning algorithms can offer near real-time diagnosis of brain tumor tissue during surgery. . . . → Read More: Laser Images, A.I. Diagnose Brain Tumors

Epilepsy Stimulation Device Detects Other Brain Disorders

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An implanted device that stimulates areas of the brain associated with seizures can detect other neurological diseases in people with epilepsy. . . . → Read More: Epilepsy Stimulation Device Detects Other Brain Disorders