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Urine Test Shows Promise for Cancer Screening

Mouse urine samples

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

Chip Device Simulates Islet Cell Functions

Islet cell chip

A new device testing the functions of insulin-producing islet cells in the pancreas is designed on a plastic chip made with common materials and manufacturing methods. . . . → Read More: Chip Device Simulates Islet Cell Functions

Robotic Device Navigates Brain Blood Vessels

Robotic wire

Engineers and materials scientists designed a robotic device thin and flexible enough to thread through blood vessels in a model brain under remote control. . . . → Read More: Robotic Device Navigates Brain Blood Vessels

Infographic – IBM Leads Again in Patent Awards

Chart: patents awarded in 2018

Statista prepared a chart this week with data from an annual report by the Intellectual Property Owners Association, this weekend’s infographic on Science & Enterprise. . . . → Read More: Infographic – IBM Leads Again in Patent Awards

Skin Sensor Network Tracks Health Functions

Printed sensor

An engineering team designed sensors that stick on the skin and form a network with radio-frequency signals to track physiological functions. . . . → Read More: Skin Sensor Network Tracks Health Functions

Nanotube Fibers Configured for Heart Repair

Inspecting a fiber

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

Heart Components Produced with 3-D Printing

Bioprinted heart valve

Researchers developed techniques for accurate three-dimensional printing of human heart elements with bio-inks containing the cellular framework on which tissue can grow. . . . → Read More: Heart Components Produced with 3-D Printing

Protein-Eluding Scaffolds Help Grow New Blood Vessels

Antigen-releasing scaffold

A polymer frame infused with proteins that stimulate immune cells encourages growth of new blood vessels in lab mice with peripheral artery disease. . . . → Read More: Protein-Eluding Scaffolds Help Grow New Blood Vessels

Smart Fabrics Boost Wearable Sensor Connections

Smart fabric team

A new type of smart fabric can dramatically improve connectivity between wearable sensors and mobile devices compared to current wireless networks. . . . → Read More: Smart Fabrics Boost Wearable Sensor Connections

Engineered Microbe Bio-Sensors Added to Robotic Arm

E. coli

Genetically-altered E. coli bacteria can act as sensors for certain chemicals, when installed on a programmable robotic arm and gripper. . . . → Read More: Engineered Microbe Bio-Sensors Added to Robotic Arm