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Synthetic Soft Tissue Developed for Surgery

Surgery

Researchers developed a synthetic soft tissue for plastic and reconstructive surgery that in animal tests looks and performs more like real tissue. . . . → Read More: Synthetic Soft Tissue Developed for Surgery

Kidney Diagnostics Receive FDA Breakthrough Tag

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An algorithm-driven diagnostic test for chronic kidney disease is receiving a breakthrough device designation from the Food and Drug Administration. . . . → Read More: Kidney Diagnostics Receive FDA Breakthrough Tag

Small Business Grant Funds Diabetes Rescue Device

Diabetes blood glucose test

A device to rescue people with diabetes experiencing low blood sugar is being developed by an Indiana company and Purdue University pharmacy lab. . . . → Read More: Small Business Grant Funds Diabetes Rescue Device

Biotech, NIH Partner on Opioid Alternative Discovery

Pills and dollar bill

A company creating human tissue samples from stem cells is partnering with National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, or NCATS, to help find new alternatives to opioid drugs. . . . → Read More: Biotech, NIH Partner on Opioid Alternative Discovery

Smartphone System Detects Diabetic Eye Disease

Yannis Paulus

An ophthalmology lab at University of Michigan developed a smartphone-based system that speeds screening for an eye disease resulting from diabetes. . . . → Read More: Smartphone System Detects Diabetic Eye Disease

FDA Approves Transplant Lung Preservation System

Human lungs illustration

The Food and Drug Administration approved a medical device that restores and maintains lungs for transplants that may not otherwise be acceptable. . . . → Read More: FDA Approves Transplant Lung Preservation System

Closed-Loop System Boosts Diabetes Glucose Control

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A clinical trial shows an algorithm-driven glucose monitor and insulin pump system provides better control of glucose levels for people with type 1 diabetes than an insulin pump alone. . . . → Read More: Closed-Loop System Boosts Diabetes Glucose Control

Microrobot Swarm Breaks Up Bacterial Biofilms

Demonstration of CAR devices

A medical-engineering team designed tiny robots that in lab tests remove large patches of bacterial communities called biofilms found growing on medical devices and human teeth. . . . → Read More: Microrobot Swarm Breaks Up Bacterial Biofilms

A.I. Speeds Infant Genetic Disease Diagnostics

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Hospital, academic, and industry researchers devised automated techniques including artificial intelligence to sharply reduce the time for diagnosing genetic diseases in infants. . . . → Read More: A.I. Speeds Infant Genetic Disease Diagnostics

Natural-Sounding Speech Produced from Brain Signals

Gopala Anumanchipalli with electrode implant

A neuroscience lab created a virtual speech-generating vocal system that produces natural sounding human speech by interpreting activity in the brain. . . . → Read More: Natural-Sounding Speech Produced from Brain Signals