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Artificial Kidney Component Passes Preclinical Test

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A miniaturized bio-electronic device implanted in a pig can process filtered blood like a real kidney without triggering an immune response or blood clots. . . . → Read More: Artificial Kidney Component Passes Preclinical Test

Graphene Material Designed for Wearable Devices

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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

Trial Shows Nanotech Drug Induces Gluten Tolerance

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Results from a clinical trial show an experimental treatment encourages immune-system tolerance of gluten, preventing intestinal damage from celiac disease. . . . → Read More: Trial Shows Nanotech Drug Induces Gluten Tolerance

Nanoparticles Designed to Cross Blood-Brain Barrier

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Nanoscale particles derived from viruses are shown in tests with lab mice to cross the blood-brain barrier, and reach nerve cells in the brain. . . . → Read More: Nanoparticles Designed to Cross Blood-Brain Barrier

Nanotech Crispr Delivery in Development

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Researchers in biochemistry and structural biology are designing a technique using nanoscale particles to safely deliver edited genes as a cancer treatment. . . . → Read More: Nanotech Crispr Delivery in Development

Moderna Funding University Immunology Research

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A biotechnology enterprise is financing a collaboration with Harvard Medical School that aims to discover new mechanisms for treating immune system disorders. . . . → Read More: Moderna Funding University Immunology Research

Gene-Editing Biotech Gains $34M in Early Funds

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A two year-old enterprise spun-off from Yale University is developing gene-editing treatments for genetic disorders with synthetic peptides and DNA delivered in nanoscale particles. . . . → Read More: Gene-Editing Biotech Gains $34M in Early Funds

Urine Test Shows Promise for Cancer Screening

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Biomedical engineers and materials scientists developed a simple urine test that in samples from lab mice show they can screen for colon cancer. . . . → Read More: Urine Test Shows Promise for Cancer Screening

Crispr Deployed for Programmable Smart Hydrogels

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Bio-engineers developed a process using the gene editing technique Crispr to design gel materials with properties added for drug delivery, diagnostics, and electronic circuits. . . . → Read More: Crispr Deployed for Programmable Smart Hydrogels

Nanotube Fibers Configured for Heart Repair

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Medical and engineering researchers developed fibers made with nanoscale carbon tubes that in lab animals conducted electrical signals and repaired heart damage. . . . → Read More: Nanotube Fibers Configured for Heart Repair