Science & Enterprise subscription

Follow us on Twitter

  • Cashing out ... Gene therapy pioneer Kathy High has left Spark after completing $4.3B union with Roche ... via Endp… https://t.co/9wCsBVL2U2
    about 14 hours ago
  • Amazon Care, the company's virtual medical clinic, is now live for Seattle employees https://t.co/yaXClfiY6K
    about 24 hours ago
  • A survey of institutional investors shows these money managers for financial institutions are starting to take clim… https://t.co/jMNeawHlpR
    about 2 days ago
  • New post on Science and Enterprise: Institutional Investors Factoring in Climate Change https://t.co/26SjKQRHch #Science #Business
    about 2 days ago
  • ‘The disruption is enormous.’ Coronavirus epidemic snarls science worldwide https://t.co/J3Nyf9wXnG
    about 3 days ago

Please share Science & Enterprise

New Process Boosts Silk in Medical Devices

Silk powder and products

Engineers developed a more efficient process using heat to make items from raw silk into manufactured goods, including bio-compatible medical devices. . . . → Read More: New Process Boosts Silk in Medical Devices

Small Biz Grant Funds PTSD Diagnostic, Treatment

Road-side bomb

A company creating diagnostics and a treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is receiving initial funding to develop its products. . . . → Read More: Small Biz Grant Funds PTSD Diagnostic, Treatment

Supermarkets to Offer Genetic Mental Health Test

Acme Market

A chain of supermarket pharmacies in Pennsylvania will begin offering genetic tests to help customers manage their mental health medications. . . . → Read More: Supermarkets to Offer Genetic Mental Health Test

Soft Material Developed With Magnetic Response

Coil from magnetic polymer

Researchers created a new soft polymer plastic with magnetic properties that can be programmed to change shape and recall previous shapes. . . . → Read More: Soft Material Developed With Magnetic Response

A.I. Harnessed to Detect Cancer Cells

Lung cancer illustration

A software package using an image-aided form of machine learning can quickly identify and classify tumor from other cells in lung cancer images. . . . → Read More: A.I. Harnessed to Detect Cancer Cells

Bioprinting Ear Tissue Tagged Rare Disease Treatment

3-D bioprinter

A company developing 3-D printed outer ear tissue received a rare pediatric disease designation on its treatment designed for children. . . . → Read More: Bioprinting Ear Tissue Tagged Rare Disease Treatment

Once-a-Month Contraceptive Pill Demonstrated

Monthly contraceptive

A contraceptive capsule is shown in tests with pigs to release and maintain detectable levels of birth control drugs in the blood stream for up to 29 days. . . . → Read More: Once-a-Month Contraceptive Pill Demonstrated

Semiconductors Developed to Emulate Nerve Cells

Solid state neuron

Physicists and neuroscientists created semiconductors that in lab simulations and tests with animal models perform like nerve cells for biological functions. . . . → Read More: Semiconductors Developed to Emulate Nerve Cells

NIH Grant Funds A.I.-Based Tuberculosis Detector

Human lungs illustration

A company developing a system to quickly detect tuberculosis by analyzing sputum images received a federal grant to advance and validate its technology. . . . → Read More: NIH Grant Funds A.I.-Based Tuberculosis Detector

Wearable Sensor Analyzes Sweat, Measures Chemicals

Sweat sensor device

A thin-film wearable sensor is shown in tests with volunteers to measure the presence of acids indicating gout in the chemistry of a person’s sweat. . . . → Read More: Wearable Sensor Analyzes Sweat, Measures Chemicals