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Univ. Lab Develops Ransomware Detection Software

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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

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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

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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

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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

A.I.-Enabled Insole Captures, Measures Step Info

Damiano Zanotto

An engineering lab developed an electronic shoe insole that gathers data for analysis with artificial intelligence to accurately measure a person’s gait patterns. . . . → Read More: A.I.-Enabled Insole Captures, Measures Step Info

Research Labs Get More Patents, Start-Ups Level Off

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A survey of U.S. universities and research institutes shows more patents were awarded to their labs in 2018, while new start-ups stayed the same from 2017. . . . → Read More: Research Labs Get More Patents, Start-Ups Level Off

Wireless Smart Bandage Designed for Chronic Wounds

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A university lab developed a wirelessly-controlled programmable bandage that in tests with lab mice results in more diabetic wound closure than topical medicines. . . . → Read More: Wireless Smart Bandage Designed for Chronic Wounds

Univ. Licenses Therapeutic Hibernation Technology

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University of Alaska is licensing research lab discoveries to a spin-off company to develop techniques to achieve a hibernation-type state in humans. . . . → Read More: Univ. Licenses Therapeutic Hibernation Technology

Patent Awarded for DNA Tags on Synthetic Fibers

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A company creating tags similar to bar codes from nucleic acids like DNA received a patent for a process to identify and track synthetic fibers made from wood. . . . → Read More: Patent Awarded for DNA Tags on Synthetic Fibers