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Skeletal Stem Cells Enhanced for Bone Repair

Skull X-ray

Researchers in the U.K. created a bandage with enhanced human skeletal stem cells that in lab mice repairs simulated skull defects. . . . → Read More: Skeletal Stem Cells Enhanced for Bone Repair

Synthetic Protein Designed to Boost Covid-19 Vaccines

Jason McLellan and Daniel Wrapp

Researchers in Texas designed a synthetic version of a protein found on Covid-19 viruses that can make it easier to produce more vaccines. . . . → Read More: Synthetic Protein Designed to Boost Covid-19 Vaccines

Polymer Boosts Insulin Speed, Stability

Drug vials

Researchers discovered a polymer compound added to insulin that in tests with pigs cuts insulin’s acting time in half and more than doubles its usable life. . . . → Read More: Polymer Boosts Insulin Speed, Stability

Glove-App System Translates Sign Language to Speech

Sign language translation glove

University engineers designed a glove with electronic sensors that sends signals to a smartphone app to translate American Sign Language into audible speech. . . . → Read More: Glove-App System Translates Sign Language to Speech

DNA Bar Codes Added in Spores to Track Farm Products

Synthetic microbe spores made with unique DNA identifiers are shown to be capable of safely tracking vegetable crops from the farm to retail stores. . . . → Read More: DNA Bar Codes Added in Spores to Track Farm Products

Univ. Lab Develops Ransomware Detection Software

Cyber-security graphic

A computer science lab at Southern Methodist University developed software that the researchers say detects ransomware before damage can occur. . . . → Read More: Univ. Lab Develops Ransomware Detection Software

Vaccine Blocks Suspected Type 1 Diabetes Infections

Syringe

A candidate vaccine is shown in lab animals to produce a strong immune response against a virus causing a range of diseases, and possibly blocking type 1 diabetes. . . . → Read More: Vaccine Blocks Suspected Type 1 Diabetes Infections

A.I.-Aided Method Predicts Glaucoma Progression

DARC retinal scan

Clinical trial results show a technique visualizing cells in the retina and analyzed with an algorithm accurately predicts the progression of glaucoma. . . . → Read More: A.I.-Aided Method Predicts Glaucoma Progression

Microscopic Optical Sensor Circuits Demonstrated

OWIC sensors

Researchers exhibited solar-powered integrated circuit sensors with LED lights, smaller than can be seen with the naked eye, for mass production at low cost. . . . → Read More: Microscopic Optical Sensor Circuits Demonstrated

Researchers, Intel Release Patents for Covid-19 Work

Jennifer Doudna

Intel Corp. and Innovative Genomics Institute established the Open Covid Pledge, a campaign to free up intellectual property for work on Covid-19 solutions. . . . → Read More: Researchers, Intel Release Patents for Covid-19 Work